Welcome to Village Portland, neighborhood news & actions in East Portland.
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Business owners invest so much time, energy, and money for the chance to build a business that reflects their values and serves their customers in a unique way. Many neighbors want to support businesses that share their values, and we want to help owners tell this story.
We can help tell your story by putting together the best mix of video, photographs, and words that will tell your neighbors who you are, why you do what you do, and why they should support what you’re doing.
The following video about Montavilla’s Fressen Artisan Bakery and Cafe is an excellent example of how a neighbor is sharing their culture and love of its food to create a gathering place for the community.
Also, take a look at the story of Montavilla Mini Farm, a neighbor who sells produce from her side yard garden. The full story is here, and you can watch the video below.
Here are a few more of the stores about the community and volunteerism that makes East Portland a great place to live:
Life’s a little different in East Portland. Meet some of the activist and artists working in their community through a mural by local artist Alex Chui:
The 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade, it feels like the great American small town parade and the best of 82nd Avenue:
Volunteers work year-round and raise about $30,000 to put on the PDX Adult Soapbox Derby, an amazing mix of DIY engineering, art, and racing in Mt. Tabor Park:
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Message for Cory – If you don’t want to get roughed up, maybe it would be a good idea to do what the police say. Although you appear to be struggling with the concept, It’s not rocket science. If you are in the middle of a bunch of retards you will be treated as such.
I am so disappointed that you have chosen to use the term retarded and have chosen to use it to demean someone. I know it is a struggle to learn better words to use to express your opinions, but please do better.
Yeah, I’m taking this down. All you offer is a childish insult w/ zero context & zero effort to make a substantial point.
Impersonating a VP writer is also not cool.
Feel free to try again, if you’ve read any of the other comments we have no problem with actual criticism.