05-22-2022  1:16 pm   •   PDX and SEA Weather

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(Photo/Susan Fried) 

The iconic mural that has been at the corner of MLK and Cherry in Seattle for more than 20 years was defaced in the early morning of January 17, MLK Day.

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This innovative program connects BIPOC college students with leading companies while providing mentorship and professional development. 

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María García 

Prominent Portland pianist, educator, and music coach María García has been named the station’s 2022 Artist in Residence.

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Supporters of a voting method that allows people to rank candidates in order of preference want to give people in Oregon the chance to use the system in statewide elections.

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Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults'

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The event will be streamed on YouTube on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m.

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(Photo/Oregon Jewish Museum) 

A parachute with rips and tears encourages community over the course of the exhibition as visitors sit and mend. The piece will be stretched out at the closing ceremony.

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OHCS will again begin accepting new applications for OERAP starting on Wed., Jan. 26, 2022.

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Alliance, Faubion, Franklin, Ockley Green, and Roosevelt return to in-person instruction; George, Harriet Tubman and Kellogg extended 

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Burgerville CEO Jill Taylor (Photo courtesy Burgerville) 

Taylor, who has led the 61-year-old company for nearly five years and has been involved in the leadership of the company for more than 20 years

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