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Foster gets busy this Saturday. You should, too!

Ok, here’s the gist of what your Saturday could and should look like. Walk to Foster. Find a place to get a drink. Next, get a bite to eat. Check out one of several art galleries and small businesses in … Continue reading

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News for your overcast Tuesday morning

We really needed that break.  But after a week and a half, Foster beckoned, and apparently there’s been some activity along the strip. We’ll try to get caught up here… – First, we couldn’t help but to notice the new … Continue reading

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Foster’s brewery-to-be gets a name

From a distance, nothing’s changed at all. An empty parking lot surrounds Paldo Market; the doors are even open. There seems to be little activity, but it isn’t obvious the Korean market has actually closed—just as it was hard to … Continue reading

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Second Saturday Foster Art Walk enters the summer months

Well, all of the sudden it doesn’t quite feel so summer-y. But as gloomy as this coming weekend may be, you can brighten it up a bit with art and patronage of your local businesses. Foster’s Second Saturday art walk … Continue reading

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Building boom continues

Just to be clear, there is no actual building boom on Foster. To date, only one of the residential projects proposed for the commercial strip in the last year has actually been built—or even begun construction, for that matter. And … Continue reading

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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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