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A guide to the 2022 Portland Craft Beer Festival

The Portland Craft Beer Festival returns to The Fields Park in northwest Portland’s pearl district this weekend Friday - Sunday, July 1-3rd. This downtown area festival was created in 2015 to showcase only the craft breweries, cideries, wineries of Portland in one grassy and sunny space over 4th of July weekend, but has expanded to include more non-beer drinks like Straightaway draft cocktails and spritz.
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Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2022 LIV Golf Invitational Portland

Will more people be paying attention to the final round of the LIV Golf Invitational Portland on Saturday because of the massive prize money payouts that are up for grabs at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club? That’s part of the existential question behind the upstart golf league. It’s a bit rhetorical at this point, only the second tournament into its existence and still only watchable via streaming, but something the powers that be at LIV certainly believe will make their events compelling.
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Antelope Valley Press

Day 2: LaVine, Nurkic decide to stay put

Zach LaVine is staying in Chicago. Same goes for Jusuf Nurkic in Portland. Day 2 of NBA free agency on Friday brought another max deal — this time, going to LaVine, who secured the richest contract in Bulls history when he agreed to a $215 million, five-year contract. LaVine...

Old Nissan Leaf becomes affordable road trip after after 160-mile battery upgrade

With demand for electric vehicles surging and used prices getting pushed sky high, some may think that the idea of a sub-20,000 dollar EV with more than 70 miles of range is just a fever dream. However, one Reddit user posted their experience buying and using a first-gen Nissan Leaf that gets more than double the vehicle’s original 70 miles of claimed range.

Portland Wrestlecast: The biggest feud in Portland history

The Portland Wrestlecast is back with the history of the biggest feud in Portland Wrestling history. It was bigger than Piper vs. Rose or Rip Oliver vs. Billy Jack. In 1968, "Tough" Tony Borne vs. Lonnie Mayne drew thousands of fans to the then brand-new Portland Memorial Coliseum. They went from dominant World Tag Team champions to a series of battles that fans in Portland remember to this day.
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No July fry: A cloudy, cooler trend starts this weekend

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Saturday will start cloudy with sunshine breaking through late in the day. Portland can expect daytime high temps around the mid 70s. A weak low pressure system arrives Saturday, which means eastern and central Oregon, including the Cascades, may see isolated thunderstorms during the afternoon.

Unlawful assembly declared after windows broken in Portland

PORTLAND Ore. (KPTV) - Police declared an “unlawful assembly” after windows were broken during a group march in the Piedmont neighborhood of Portland on Friday night. The group began to gather around 9 p.m. at Peninsula Park. By 10:30 p.m. the group started marching out of the park, in the street, blocking traffic on North Rosa Parks Way and North Albina Avenue, according to a statement from the Portland Police Bureau.
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The best Italian restaurants in Portland, according to TripAdvisor

PORTLAND, Ore. (STACKER) — The development of Italian cuisine mirrors the country’s rich political and geographic diversity. Mediterranean influences bring fish and olives into culinary creations, carefully handcrafted ziti, cavatelli, and other types of pasta hail from southern Italy, and exquisite desserts such as tiramisu find origins in the north — combining for a tasty eating experience renowned for its ability to bring people together.
Evergreen State Gazette

Pamplin Media Group – SE HISTORY: Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie

Today local historian Dana Beck takes you back — and tells how Indepdence Day was celebrated through the years. Independence Day is one of America’s biggest celebrations. Across the country, in towns and neighborhoods, millions of people on that day once again this year will be stoking the coals in their barbecue, watching parades, and waiting to see the fireworks that honor this holiday.