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Calling All Buskers

Foster-area buskers now have a home. Or at least a stage. Saint Frank’s Music has built a community busking stage. Radness shall now ensue. The Wikman Building has gone through quite the transformation in the last year, as the former … Continue reading

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Will Laurelwood Park Be the Icing on Foster Cake

A little more than three years ago, members of the Foster Green EcoDistrict led a group discussion about the merits of improving and redesigning Laurelwood Park. The goal was not so much based in the idea that something was wrong with the … Continue reading

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Seen in FoPo

Yep, another mural in the neighborhood. It’s becoming a Foster-area custom. And I like it. More, please.  

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A Guide to Southeast Portland (in chalk art)

Thank you, Laurelwood Park denizen.  For the sake of simplicity, we now have an all encompassing map of Southeast Portland that gets rid of all the fancy names, landmarks, and blurred neighborhood boundaries.  My guess is FoPo sits somewhere between … Continue reading

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65th and Holgate Continues With Makeover

I guess those Biz Journal folks weren’t kidding when they said 97206 was hot. Just as the first of six luxury homes (not sure what qualifies as luxury, but a listing price of $365,000 has to come close) planned for … Continue reading

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Fun on Foster is This Saturday

You know the deal. Or maybe you don’t.  In that case, just plan to be there and soak (hopefully just figuratively) in all that Foster has to offer.  Well, not everything…because that wouldn’t be family friendly.  But I think you get … Continue reading

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