October is CyberAwareness Month

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. While many forms of ID theft cannot be prevented, there are some simple things everyone can do (both in their personal lives and even at work), to mitigate the risk. Do Not Use the Same Password Across Multiple Programs Studies show that 55% of all people repeat their passwords, […]

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The Aspire Project 2nd Annual Gala, Raising The Barre

Do you love to dance? Do you love moving your body? The Aspire Project located at 8426 N. Lombard Street offers over 55 dance and fitness classes a week for students ages 3 years to 83 years old! Affordable and Accessible Dance Classes Since 2009, The Aspire Project has provided affordable and accessible dance programs […]

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Fall Recipe: Ginger Squash Soup

Fall is officially here. The cooler weather means it’s finally time to turn on our ovens and start cooking again. It also means SOUPS! Not just any soup though, Ginger Squash Soup. This recipe is one of my favorites because it is so easy and delicious. I am honestly the laziest cook, so the easier the better. […]

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Where do you go for a referral? 6 Reasons to Call Your Insurance Agent!

Has this happened to you? You need a plumber, a carpenter, a mechanic, or a mortgage professional and don’t know who to call? That happens every day to thousands of people. Well, where do you find that solution? My kids barely know what a phone book is? Most people use the computer and that can […]

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Friday Night Dinner

It’s a typical Friday night. My oldest is happy to be participating in his karate class, especially now that he’s bigger than his father. The youngest, well he wants a buddy to play Minecraft with and his dog is loyally handling the job. Mom is in the kitchen getting things ready after a day at […]

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More than Music: Jazz Festival Adds Pancake Breakfast & Bloody Mary Challenge

This month’s Cathedral Park Jazz Festival will feature two new events that benefit local food banks! Pancake Brunch and Bloody Mary Challenge Sunday morning, July 22nd, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Pancake Brunch The Jazz Festival will host their first-ever Pancake Brunch from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. The cost is $7.00 for adults. Children accompanied by […]

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Misunderstanding Is Not An Excuse For Being Misunderstood

Things in life are often misunderstood. This can cause confusion and unrest among the population. A recent article highlighted people on Twitter admitting things they misunderstood as children …  https://bit.ly/2lDeDut One of my favorites; “I used to think seahorses were mythical creatures like unicorns or pegasuses (pegasi?). I…umm…was well in my 20s before I saw […]

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We Sold Out!

Woohoo! Thank you St. Johns! The St. Johns banners team is proud to announce that we sold all 51 weeks available to advertise in the header of the St. Johns Boosters website. Banners Grant To catch you up, in the fall of 2017 the Boosters applied for a placemaking grant from Venture Portland to design, […]

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Oregonians CU Announces Fundraiser for St. Johns

Need an auto loan? Use Oregonians Credit Union and help the St. Johns Booster get a new marquee sign! The St. Johns Boosters have successfully replaced one Marquee sign and hope to replace the other two. In an effort to help raise money for the project, Oregonians Credit Union will be running an auto loan […]

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2018 Cathedral Park Jazz Festival Performance Lineup

38th Annual Cathedral Park Free Jazz Festival in Portland Announces Performance Schedule and Lineup for July 20-22, 2018 By Chris Lazarus, Chris Lazarus Associates Portland, Oregon, May 1, 2018 – The Jazz Society of Oregon’s Cathedral Park Jazz Festival (CPJF) has announced its lineup of jazz, blues, R&B and soul performances for the three-day free […]

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