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Meals on Wheels Turns 50

By Mischa Webley, NECN Staff Writer They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but at the Meals on Wheels Center on NE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, lunches are dished out, free...

Trail Project Would Connect the Rose Quarter to the Gorge by Bike

By Garlynn Woodsong, Concordia Neighborhood Association; originally published in 2017 One day, my son and I will pack our panniers and jump on our trusty bicycles. We will ride south from the Concordia neighborhood, down the...

YOUTH VOICES: Big White House. Empty Lots. the Alley.

by Bella Myers, April 4, 2019 Big White House (Age 3) One step,                  two step,                                    three step,                                                         four step Up the creaky wooden steps, you go with your short toddler legs Taking each step one at a time.  The small red...

5 Questions with Bri Condon

Interviewed by Mischa Webley, NECN Staff Writer Bri Condon is Executive Director of Bradley Angle, a social services organization on North Albina working to support survivors of domestic violence Tell us about who Bradley Angle serves...

Public Mural is More Than Paint

By Brian Burk, Concordia News The restrooms at Fernhill Park have been called many things, but beautiful has never been one of them. Thanks to a team of artists from Beaumont Middle School, that is...

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Vanessa White: Owner of Just V

Vanessa White Owner of Just V Natural and a MESO client. On the importance of building generational wealth: “My family has been in Oregon since 1864....

Small Business, Big Reach: Microenterprise Services of Oregon

Small Business, Big Reach By Mischa Webley, NECN Staff Writer It wasn’t too long ago that Brian Parham was a humble guitar teacher, lugging his instrument...

NE History: The Walnut Park Theater

By Margaret O’Hartigan, King Neighborhood 1923 was a boom year for the Walnut Park section of what is now King Neighborhood. In addition to dozens...

Geneva’s Shear Perfection: A Community Institution Closes (For Now)

But Paul Knauls Jr. is leading the effort to recast the barber and beauty salon as a charitable foundation By Lisa Loving, Hey Neighbor contributor This...

The Final Cut

By Donovan M. Smith, Hey Neighbor contributor Now that the historic barbershop and salon Geneva’s has closed, what’s next for its stylists? More important than any...

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