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Freshman Arik Armstead, DeForest Buckner and Alex Balducci shore up Oregon's D-line
Oregon's defensive line didn't look like it was supposed to Saturday night. A slew of recent injuries compelled the Ducks to start two true freshmen on the D-line in Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner and add another when true freshman Alex Balducci, who graduated from Central Catholic High School, burned his redshirt to make his first appearance of the season.
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The Waterfront Blues Festival is Oregon Food Bank's most powerful fundraiser. A number of festival vendors make donations to OFB to provide additional support. Dave's Killer Bread will donate a portion of its bread sales at the festival to OFB, up to $3,000. Ceramic and Glass art sales at the Empty Bowls booth benefit OFB.
Best of Oregon: vote for your favorites in outdoors
The Oregonian is highlighting the Best of Oregon in a special section later this year. Our staff will make some picks, but readers get to have their say, too. We've waded through hundreds of reader nominations in the category "best of Oregon active/outdoors." Now, you get to vote for one reader favorite.
Best of Oregon: vote for your favorites in dining
The Oregonian is highlighting the Best of Oregon in a special section later this year. Our staff will make some picks, but readers get to have their say, too. We've waded through hundreds of reader nominations in the category "best of Oregon dining." Now, you get to vote for one reader favorite.
Follow @PortlandPolice Attachment: VIEW FILES This morning, Tuesday July 3, 2012, at 7:37 a.m., Portland Police officers assigned to North Precinct responded to the report of a residential armed robbery at a residence in the 7100 block of Northeast Killingsworth Street.
Anderson Cooper: "The Fact Is, I'm Gay."
All of which is a prelude to my saying that I've known Anderson Cooper as a friend for more than two decades. I asked him for his feedback on this subject, for reasons that are probably obvious to most.
John Canzano: Seize the moment, Heat, it passes quickly in the NBA
It was an honest moment at the end of Miami's Game7 victory over Boston in which LeBron James and his teammates slapped backs, and celebrated a return to the NBA finals. All around them, there were the Celtics, lingering on the court, shaking hands, hugging, soaking up one last look, when other losing teams would have bolted for the locker room.
The husband and I just returned from watching this year's second adaptation of the fairy tale involving a wicked stepmother thwarting a stepdaughter's access to love, royalty, and a lifetime of happiness. No, not Cinderella. The other fairy tale that gives stepmothers a bad rap - the one involving seven little dudes, three drops of blood, a poisonous apple and a magic mirror.