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    • Hockey in Portland, the Winterhawks

      When it comes to spectator sports, you have your big three: football, basketball, baseball. In Portland, Oregon that means the Portland Trailblazers, the Seattle Seahawks/Oregon Ducks/Oregon State Beavers/Portland State Vikings,…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Cathedral Park Neighborhood

      Knowledge is power and living in the Cathedral Park Neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, next door to the historic St. John’s Neighborhood, provides you with knowledge. Imagine living in a neighborhood…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Chinatown

      Portland is comprised of ninety-five neighborhoods. With so many neighborhoods covering such a relatively small space, the fact that these neighborhoods can still pack so much diversity and charm is…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Cathedral Park

      Cathedral Park, located beneath the green, cathedral-like archways of the gorgeous St. John’s Bridge in Northeast Portland, Oregon is over twenty-three acres of rolling green hills, scenic viewpoints and river…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Caruthers Park

      City life offers many advantages: being in the hub of activity, being close to everything, close proximity to plentiful dining and entertainment options, easy commutes to and from work; certainly…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Baby Lions at the Oregon Zoo

      The Oregon Zoo is fantastic. This is well-known and established and has already been talked about here in earlier posts. While the topic of zoos can be controversial, there is…

      Written by Rick Sadle
    • Happy Halloween – The 13th Door

      There are plenty of haunted houses around Portland, Oregon that offer harmless fun: platters of brains (spaghetti), mischievous clowns, good witches, and fake looking skeletons. These are certainly fun experiences…

      Written by Rick Sadle