Portland, Oregon

What is Portland, Oregon known for?


cover interpretations

(election day (Election Day (United States)) in the United States), and contains covers of anti-war songs by artists such as John Lennon ("Imagine (Imagine (song)#Notable live cover interpretations)") and Joni Mitchell ("Fiddle and the Drum"). ''Emotive'' was recorded with current and former members of the band, but is mostly the work of Keenan and Howerdel. The single "Passive (Passive (song))" was adapted from the defunct band Tapeworm (band) Tapeworm


fiction collection

in Portland (Portland, Oregon) and KSNT in Topeka (Topeka, Kansas)) to New Vision Television. The sale was finalized on November 1, 2007. became well known for his vast knowledge of both science fiction and the Bible. Although he sold his science fiction collection, spanning thirty-five years, in 1972 to a collector in Portland, Oregon (the fanzine collection is now in the Albin O. Kuhn Library


fashion sense

Martini He spent most of his time in college in cocktail dresses, throwing waltzes with live orchestras and ice sculptures; disco masquerades with gigantic pineapples on wheels; nude midnight swimming parties in the Adams House (Adams House (Harvard University)) swimming pool; and operating a Tuesday night coffeehouse called Café Mardi. Thomas Lauderdale: High energy plus fashion sense In June of 2009


series work

Museum Art School in Portland (Portland, Oregon), and his first job after college was at Will Vinton Productions, a clay-animation house. Originally, Bartlett intended to become a painter "in the 19th-century sense", but became interested in animated films during a trip to Italy.


vocal style

-songwriter and musician. Smith was born in Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska), Nebraska, raised primarily in Texas, and resided for a significant portion of his life in Portland (Portland, Oregon), Oregon, where he first gained popularity. His primary instrument was the guitar, but he was also proficient at piano, clarinet, bass guitar, drums, and harmonica. Smith had a distinctive vocal style characterized by his "whispery, spiderweb-thin delivery"


feature+free

and operated Hotel companies in the Western United States. are frequently 2-3 stories and of a gray and blue color scheme, although there are exceptions. Most properties feature swimming pools, spas, and saunas and all now feature free high speed internet and are dog friendly. Selected properties offer room service and a continental


dance program

name "soh" The paper was used as a mouthpiece of the Democratic Party and of the Salem Clique that ran the party in Salem. '''Mary Vinton Folberg''' is a teacher and former dancer. She was Miss Oregon in 1958. History of Miss Oregon She founded the dance program at Jefferson High School (Jefferson High School (Portland, Oregon)) in Portland, Oregon, which has

''' is the performance group of advanced students from the magnet arts (magnet school) dance program at Jefferson High School (Jefferson High School (Portland, Oregon)) in Portland (Portland, Oregon), Oregon, United States. The company was founded by Mary Vinton Folberg in the early 1980s. Folberg served as artistic director of the dance company from its founding until the mid-1990s. Foltz was born in Lafayette (Lafayette, Indiana), Indiana, and was a descendant of Daniel Boone


signature song

name "Hilo Hattie Still Active at 70" the seductive dancer meant to perform it fell ill. Hilo Hattie, who claimed to have never had a hula lesson in her life, ran with it as a comedy piece, and it became a monster success in its time. Clara legally changed her name to Hilo Hattie, when she performed her second signature song, ''The Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai'', in the movie ''Song of the Islands''. From 1939, Hilo


national reporting

the Rwandan Genocide. *Investigative reporting (Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting): Nigel Jaquiss of ''Willamette Week'', Portland, Oregon, "for his investigation exposing a former governor’s long concealed sexual misconduct (Neil Goldschmidt) with a 14-year-old girl". *National reporting (Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting): Walt Bogdanich of ''The New York Times'' for his "stories about the corporate cover-up of responsibility for fatal


band white

with the group Truth (Truth (American band)). After his two-year stint with Truth, Steve and Marijean were married and moved to Alexandria, Indiana to sing backup for the Bill Gaither Trio. In 1980 the Gaither Vocal Band was formed and Steve sang tenor for the first two recordings. In 1982, Steve and Gaither's musicians formed the Christian rock band White Heart, but a difference in ministry vision accompanied by a confrontation with his brother, Randy, led to a spiritual renewal

Portland, Oregon

'''Portland''' is the largest city in the U.S. state of Oregon, near the confluence of the Willamette (Willamette River) and Columbia (Columbia River) rivers. According to the 2010 Census (2010 United States Census), it had a population of 583,776, estimated to have reached 609,456 in 2013, making it the 29th most populous (List of United States cities by population) city in the United States and the third most populous city in the Pacific Northwest region (after Seattle, Washington (Washington (state)); and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada). Approximately 2,314,554 people live in the Portland metropolitan area (MSA (United States metropolitan area)), the 19th most populous (List of metropolitan areas of the United States) MSA in the United States.

Portland was incorporated in 1851 and is the county seat of Multnomah County (Multnomah County, Oregon).

Located in the Marine west coast climate region, Portland has a climate marked by both warm, dry summers and wet, cool-to-chilly winter days. This climate is ideal for growing roses. For more than a century, Portland has been known as the "City of Roses",

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