No place for humming hymns and picking lilies — My Profile on John Canda for Christianity Today’s This is Our City project

If John Canda had to credit one person for his faith and wide-reaching impact in Portland, Oregon, he would point to Grace Collins, a German Christian woman who ran Grace Collins Memorial Center, the daycare Canda attended while growing up in the 1960s on the...

Becoming faculty adviser for a university student publication is a dream come true

Several years ago I was at a Willamette Writers Summer Conference and I met David Kopp who was a speaker on Christian publishing at the event. Dave is an editor with Multnomah Publishers as well the past faculty adviser for the student newspaper at Multnomah...

Sports Spotlight this week is on the OLLAR Twins- Oregonian SW Weekly Nov. 5 story link

Names: Roman and Grayson Ollar  Age: 13 Hometown: West Linn Grade/school: Eighth grade, Rosemont Ridge Middle School Team: Cross country Coach: Nancy VonSeggern Bartley Highlights: The Ollars competed in the 3000-meter eighth-grade boys race at the Willamette River...

Poetry Poles: Get cultured while walking the neighborhood – – Oregonian story Nov. 12

People walking in the historic Bolton neighborhood of West Linn can get a little literature while getting their exercise if they pass by Doug and Stacy Erickson’s house on Holly Street. That’s because for Doug Erickson’s 48th birthday in August, Erickson enlisted the...

Bo Kwon’s Korean Taco Food Carts fuse cultures and fun – Oregonian Living Cover story

By Cornelia Seigneur, Special to The Oregonian Originally published as Living Cover story in Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011 print edition of The Oregonian Kyle Sawyer followed Koi Fusion on Twitter to see where Bo Kwon’s moving Korean taco food carts would be....

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