Restaurants and bars will be able to return to some in-person service under a framework unveiled by Gov. Kate Brown.
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Some of the first workers to lose jobs in the pandemic are losing them again in the “freeze.” As new business restrictions kicked in statewide this week, some workers and business owners experienced a gut-punching déjà vu.
Oregon was largely spared by the global pandemic, but no longer. Cases mount as the state enacts the strictest social-distancing measures since April. With holidays rapidly approaching, we have answers to all of your questions: just how bad is it? How is this lockdown different from the last? Can I have Thanksgiving?
Mark, Casey, Steven from the Canadian trio (and self-described 'small town band') joined us remotely from Hamilton, Ontario and Los Angeles to share stories of their nearly two decades together, and how their rootsy country rock sound emerged in the shadow of Detroit.
Pulitzer-winning composer Anthony Davis based "You Have The Right To Remain Silent," released this week as a virtual performance, on his own experience with police.
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How is it that the Brits can have a newly elected prime minister meeting with the queen to form a new government within a day or two, but Americans need 10 or 11 weeks to install a new crew?
North Minneapolis's mostly minority community lost its only grocery store this summer. It's a neighborhood grappling with heart disease, obesity and COVID-19. A garden may help.
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