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[print] The Oregonian To Cease Publishing "<i>This Week</i>"
3467. This Week , the mid-week advertising circular published for about a decade now by The Oregonian, Oregon's largest newspaper, is soon to be no more. The rubric has been worn by more than one publication in the greater Portland area over the last two an...

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[logo] A New Logo And Type Look for Salem's Transit
3466. I follow the news with the mass transit agency serving the greater Salem area, Cherriots. Mostly it's in the 'how much of it they got' department; having grown up in the Salem area, it was my ride around town for a great deal of my high school experie...

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#WyEast: Mt Hood, Cloud Fire Backlit Morning
3465. The sunrise was particularly red today, lengthened as it was by the high overcast. Near I-205 and Killingsworth St, on the edge of Parkrose, it was particularly florid. When it goes this way, there are those brilliant opalescent clouds that catch the ...

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#PDX_liff : Meditation On The Blanding-Out Of Old Portland
3464. The closing of The Third Eye Shoppe has catalyzed a lot of observations into a clear picture of evolution and how things pass along during the years. Change is constant, and change is also bittersweet; you roll with the changes but the changes, someti...

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[pdx] Hawthorne To Lose A Little More Funk: Goodbye to The Third Eye Shoppe
3463. It's gettin' tough out there, campers. This just in from Willamette Week: The Third Eye Shoppe, one of Portland's granddaddies of the funky culture that used to rule Hawthorne, is also going away: Third Eye Shoppe, one of the city's oldest head shops,...

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[type] Futuracha: The Auto-ligature-spawning Cockroach-inspired Font Everyone's Talking About
3462. Futuracha Pro is sweeping the design world right now, and it's easy to see why. The font design combines elements of history, nature, and whimsy … in short, it's font design at the top of its form, and its most effective. The font, designed by the des...

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[art] Arttist & Craftsman Supply: New Kid On Thee PDX Art Store Block
3461. Our Saturday art-storin' peramubulations gave us a chance to check out a new kid in town. Artist & Craftsman Supply is an art-supply store, thought the name might throw you off a bit; it sounds like a boutique-y name for a boutique-y Home Depot varian...

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[art] I've Been Framed, March 2017
3460. We began patronizing I've Been Framed, the funky art-supply store and custom framing shop, back in 2003, when I was shopping for a number of art supplies for graphic design school I found an unopened, untouched box of DaVinci gouache for, while I don'...

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[Wy'East] Mount Hood, Overwhemed In Snow
3459. Under a low ceiling of clouds, hiding the peak, is Mount Hood still in winter garb: The weather forecasters on the PDX stations, notably Matt Zaffino (who is one of the weathercasters I'd most want to be caught in a crisis with) tell us that Wy'east n...

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[liff] Eustace Vladimirovich Tilley
3458. Barry Blitt's brilliant satirical retro-look at a present through a crack'd New Yorker mascot darkly finally made it out here to the North West Frontier Provinces, courtesy of the Multnomah County Library: I laughed out loud when I saw it online. The ...
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