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Foster: seven years later

Portland Monthly recently released its April issue, which represents the magazine’s yearly look at the city’s neighborhoods. While the magazine offers commentary on neighborhoods’ offerings for young families, food and drink, or best values in relation to housing costs and … Continue reading

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Happy Weekend, Foster People!

A trip to sunny California, or Arizona, or coastal Florida, really sounds nice right about now. We don’t mean to be a bummer, but the weather has us down. The few recent sun breaks have been refreshing, but we’re still not over … Continue reading

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YMCA rebuild comes into focus

The Y-Arts Center at 6036 SE Foster has been the subject of redevelopment plans for close to two years. In its simplest conception, the plan is to rebuild the YMCA childcare facility to more modern specifications, while adding 54 units … Continue reading

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Happy Weekend, Foster People!

Happy St. Paddy’s Day, folks! And happy weekend, too. We have some news for you, some entertainment, and, perhaps, a promise of some sun before the weekend ends. Get out in the neighborhood, have some fun, and enjoy what appears … Continue reading

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Futpool Portland Nears Opening

It’s coming. And quicker than you think. The coolers have beer, the table-tops are ready for play, and new cable hook-ups promise televised soccer at every corner of the building. Love soccer or not, it’ll be the first of its … Continue reading

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What’s New?

It’s been exactly three weeks since our last post. Times have changed, for sure, and our once-fierce-blogging days have waned quite a bit. And they’ll probably continue to do so until we simply cannot find the time for our Foster … Continue reading

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