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The Short List Special Edition – Fourth of July weekend fun!

The Short List Special Edition – Fourth of July weekend fun!

| June 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Fourth of July is just around the corner, and as one who can say without blinking that July Fourth is my favorite holiday, I am honored to present to you the best ways to celebrate our nation’s independence here in Portland! Lake Oswego Millennium Concert Band, Jul 3 Spend an evening paying homage to […]

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July 2016

July 2016

| June 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Baby Issue: Baby Bonding Out & About Know Your Options: Prenatal Care and Birth Education Convertible Spaces & Gear

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The Short List: June 24-26

The Short List: June 24-26

| June 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Happy official summer! Let’s ring it in with loads of fun this beautiful weekend, because nothing says summer like baseball, kites, boat races and dogs. June 24 Portland Pickles Home Game Head out to the newly renovated Walker Stadium and support your local college baseball team. A perfect evening for the whole family, with Super […]

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Food Finders: Portland’s go-to gluten-free pizzerias

Food Finders: Portland’s go-to gluten-free pizzerias

| June 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

For Portlanders, the pizzerias have the fix for your fancy when it comes to gluten-free pies. Some well-known stops like Sizzle Pie and Pizzicato offer gluten-free crust options; here are six more stellar shops that cater to the art of gluten-free pizza making. Warning: Unless otherwise noted, these pizzas may not be prepared in 100% gluten-free […]

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Giddy Up! This summer’s guide to the RODEO

Giddy Up! This summer’s guide to the RODEO

| June 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

Among the zillions of fun things to do during an Oregon summer, there is (arguably) the most American pastime… nope, not baseball. Rodeos! Yee-haw! Below we have a list of some of the big’uns, which we’ve tried to keep within an hour or so drive from Portland. However, there are SO MANY rodeos throughout the […]

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Bridging the Orlando Tragedy: Hard questions for parents

Bridging the Orlando Tragedy: Hard questions for parents

| June 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

  As parents and caregivers, we are always crossing bridges with our children, those impossible to answer questions that come up without warning. We sense that our kids are pointing at a new idea beyond their understanding and they expect us to know exactly how to bring them over. The problem with these bridges is […]

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The Short List: June 17-19

The Short List: June 17-19

| June 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

This weekend is all about new friends, yummy foods and brews, and that special man in your family’s life… Dad. Happy Father’s Day!   June 17 Sesame Street Live: Make a New Friend Explore all the fun of making a new friend with your favorite pals from Sesame Street! A perfect show for the littlest […]

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It Takes A Village: How and when therapy can help your child

It Takes A Village: How and when therapy can help your child

| June 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Childhood is such an intense time of growth and change for little ones. From birth to age five, kids’ developmental milestones are huge and incredible; they work to master talking, walking and social skills, all the while learning to use words to express their needs – wow! Sometimes, amidst all these big changes, stress arises […]

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