Happy spring… and with the turn of the season, there’s a new sign of life at the former Fred Myer’s on 82nd Ave!

Here’s an interview with Terry Emmert from last fall, he’s the East Portland-born investor who’s developing the site.

Here’s a story about how some churches are re-defining their mission and serving their community by opening up their space to the public. We also discuss why some churches are reluctant to follow what Pastor Matt Huff from Central Nazarene Church calls “The Church’s Greatest Commandment”.

Lents Neighborhood Association March general meeting (agenda):

“Discussion 1: Residential Infill Project. Duplexes, Triplexes, and ADUs: What does infill mean for Lents? Guest speakers from Portland for Everyone and the Coalition to Prioritize, Protect, and Preserve Affordable Housing

Discussion 2: Portland Budget Update Fiscal Year 2019 – 2020 with Alison Wicks from Prosper Portland

Lents Community Center, 8835 SE Woodstock Blvd * 7 pm – 9 pm

Read the draft plan, offer comments, and hear people’s stories on the PedPDX plan here.

There are a few more meetings left, and comments are being accepted until May 3rd.


Karaoke at Eagle Eye:

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You can live your karaoke dreams four nights a week at the Eagle Eye Tavern.

5836 SE 92nd Ave * 9 pm – close 


Live music:

Folk / Americana at Misdemeanor Meadows!