Boise-Eliot Neighborhoods Offered Some “Releaf” for Their Distressed Trees

by Jessica Rojas, NECN The Albina ReLeaf project is the first program of its kind in Portland, according to the Albina Neighborhood Tree Team (ANTT), and it has already served as a model for other...

Mr Persnickety’s Restaurant Review 

By Richard Hunter Sr. One of my favorite Restaurants is E'Njoni Café (A Blend of Mediterranean, Ethiopian and Eritrean Food). They serve Local and organic food; Halal meat; Dozens of delicious vegan dishes; African...

A Streetcar Named Northeast

by Margaret O'Hartigan, King Neighborhood For most of its history, Portland’s streetcar service was a mix of lines owned by a number of firms, and this was just as true of North and Northeast Portland...

Let’s Taco-Bout It

by Jessica Rojas, NECN  I go to different taquerias,for different reasons. So I gotta talk about (taco-bout) a few of my faves.  La Sirenita: The Everyday Staple Taco For taquerias in Northeast, La Sirenita on NE 28th...

The Foodscape of Northeast

By Mischa Webley, NECN Staff Writer  If there’s one thing that has changed the food landscape of Northeast Portland, it was the rise of the automobile, says Doug Decker, local historian and expert on early-century...

Bernstein’s: Good Bagels, Made Locally

by Abby Morgan, Eliot News On a clear morning, as the sun traces a path from east to west, the light eventually breaks out over the treetops of the Eliot Neighborhood, slips under the freeway...

What You Need to Know About ADU’s and Short-Term Rentals

By Marsha Sandman, Concordia News  When money comes knocking at your door, do you answer?  You might if you own one of the 116 accessory short-term rentals in the Concordia neighborhood.  What is an accessory short-term rental...

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...

Faith Is Work: Churches In a Changing Northeast

By Mischa Webley, NECN Staff Writer Across Northeast Portland, community churches are undergoing dramatic transformations. A combination of economic displacement along with the growing age of the average church-goer has led to the pews in...

Woodlawn Yoga: A Gathering Space In the Community, For the Community

by Diane Englert, Woodlawn Neighbor On the corner of Northeast Dekum Street and 8th Avenue sits the Woodlawn Wellness Center. The gray and sage building houses an acupuncturist, chiropractor and a yoga studio. I live in...

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