Welcome fall with delicious homemade bone broth

Every year, I dread the ending of summer…until fall arrives! In opposition to the fast pace energy of summer, this season brings a time for slowing down, turning inward, and being indoors more. The crisp, cool days and different smells in the air motivate me to get back into my kitchen and start cooking delicious, […]

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Raising the Barre, First Annual Gala

The Aspire Project is celebrating eight years of serving the Portland Community with their first annual gala fundraiser, Raising the Barre. Through generous individual donor support, no student is turned away at The Aspire Project. This dance program has grown from offering four classes a week in 2009 to 49 classes a week today. Each […]

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2nd Anniversary Sale at RoM Shoes

RōM Shoes is celebrating their second anniversary today, October 7th! Come in for: 20% Off!!! Live Music Free Gifts with Purchase Raffle to Win a Pair of Blundstones Beer! Music starts at 2:00 p.m. and will continue until close about 6:00 p.m. Band lineup: Soft Paws Grapefruit Rough for Radio  

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As We Go Into Autumn, Simple & Easy Tips to Sell Your St. Johns’ Home

Autumn is right around the corner and with that comes a normal seasonal slowdown in the Real Estate market. Use these tips to sell a home quickly as we go into Fall. Real Estate is all about location, and St. Johns is one of the more desirable neighborhoods in Portland.  It’s no surprise for those of […]

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Cheers to beet kvass! A powerful traditional health elixir

Beet K-what?! Why, let me introduce you….. If you aren’t familiar with this gem, you are missing out on one of the easiest, least expensive and nutritious beverages around. Kvass is a traditional fermented beverage that originates in eastern Europe. It was usually made from stale rye bread. Kvass was considered a tonic for digestion, […]

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Get off the rollercoaster ride: keys to balancing blood sugar

Hello St. Johns! This month I wanted to talk this important topic because it is such a huge factor in good health. We are living in a time where America is in a health crisis and diabetes is an epidemic.  If you are wondering what exactly blood sugar balance means, read on. Have you ever experienced […]

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Branding and Social Media for Small Businesses

This is a guest blog post by our social media maven, Liz Smith, owner of Bizzy Lizzie. Having a small business, you have advantages and disadvantages when it comes to marketing. The advantage is that you ARE your business, which means that you are the founder and the primary driver behind your brand and products. […]

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Robust, Searchable, Customized Websites with Waterlink Web

This interview was conducted by Frank Marzetta, a Realtor specializing in St. Johns Real Estate and a St. Johns resident. Frank is an avid supporter of local businesses and loves to tell their stories. Q: How long have you been in St. Johns and what have you seen change in the neighborhood? Mary Ann: Frank, […]

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Cathedral Park Jazz Festival 2017 — July 14th – 16th

The Jazz Society of Oregon’s Cathedral Park Jazz Festival (CPJF) has finalized the lineup and schedule of jazz, blues, R&B, and soul performances for all three days of this year’s free event. Held in Cathedral Park, under the historic St. Johns Bridge in Portland, this is the 37th year for this annual event. The CPJF […]

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Green juice for a healthy summer

The sunshine has finally decided to come out, the St. Johns Farmers Market is back and the warmer weather means the return of spring and summer produce. A good way to make sure you get a good dose is with green juice. The good news is there is no need to wait until you have […]

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