Locavorism: What It Is and Why It’s Healthier

Locavorism with Stephanie Lundin

We’ve talked a lot about our carbon footprints, living green, green building, and how what we do and the way we live has such an impact on our environment. I’m a big fan, and it seems like every single month I’m making more strides to make better, greener choices. Part of this is shopping local for…

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The Most Dog-Friendly Spots in PDX

dog-friendly meetup groups in portland

Portlanders love dogs. Almost as much as Portlanders love bikes. Okay, maybe not. There’s no scientific evidence or survey that I’ve found on that one yet, but I know that everywhere I go in town, there are dogs. Shopping, playing, walking, running, staying, even biking! Everywhere you look, especially on Saturday and Sunday mornings, you’ll…

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How to Have a Zero-Waste Home

kitchen storage for a zero-waste home

Getting to a zero-waste home can seem like a daunting task, even if we’re a Portlander born-and-bred. But zero-waste is attainable. Like most new things in life, we may just need a little help getting started in the right direction, and access to the right tools to make it happen. Here are a few tips and…

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FOR SALE – Peninsula Park Bungalow $459,900

6362 N. Commercial Ave. Portland Or 97217 Just listed at $459,900! SALE PENDING! Remodeled head to toe and lovingly maintained, this 1925 craftsman bungalow sits one perfect block away from Peninsula Park & Rose Garden! Era-charm preserved with all the right stuff, you can move right in and enjoy this fabulous location and quality home.…

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NoPo: Portland’s Mississippi Miracle

Mississippi Avenue Portland Oregon

The Story Behind the Mississippi Miracle If you could pack all the heart and soul of Portland into one street, it would have to be Mississippi Avenue. Home to Portland’s largest African-American population, it’s become the hottest, trendiest, most-Portland street in Portland. I love the annual Street Fair, one of the city’s largest, but any…

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The Best Sustainable Walking Tour in Portland

Entrance to Portland State University

Portland delivers a crazy green city in all the best ways, and that’s part of why I love it here so much. And right in the middle of downtown sits Portland State University — who contributes much to the sustainable lifestyle. Portland State University is on the leading edge of stormwater management (which we talked about in…

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Move-in ready Kenton Cottage – Sold for $310,000

8803 N. Drummond Ave., Portland, OR 97217  Move right into this 1935 built and completely remodeled one-level cottage in the coveted Kenton neighborhood! This home brings function and charm into one perfectly sized space with beautiful wood floors running throughout. Enjoy the super tall ceilings, and the large eat-in kitchen with bullnose granite countertops, custom…

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