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Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street, which today feels exactly like the Pacific Northwest (minus a few degrees), where I spent my Thanksgiving break. What we’re talking about Tonight, I want to pull back a little from the city of Portland to focus on a big story the BDN published this […]
Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. Tonight the newsletter is going lean because we gorged over the weekend. How was your Thanksgiving? What we’re talking about A former Portland real estate developer, who now lives outside Orlando, Florida, pleaded guilty to making $22,500 in illegal campaign contributions to presidential candidates during […]
TGIF from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street, where we are still digesting turkey and pie and are looking forward to venturing forth into a weekend of festivities. What we’re talking about Tonight the holiday tree comes to life in Monument Square, Maine State Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” steps off at the Merrill Auditorium and […]
Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. We hope your Thanksgiving is relaxing and delicious. The newsletter will be on hiatus tomorrow. See you on Friday. What we’re talking about Jake Bleiberg reports on the latest news around the suicide of a transgender teen at Long Creek Youth Development Center. He writes: […]
Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. Tonight, an explanation of exactly what was passed by the City Council last night; the FBI reportedly is investigating the town of Ogunquit; and Portland will finally have a decent place to grab a cup of bone broth. What we’re talking about After many months […]
You’re reading The Express, BDN Portland’s free evening newsletter. To have it delivered to your inbox every evening, text PORTLAND to 66866. What we’re talking about Emily Russo, daughter of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Richard Russo, and partner Josh Christie, are opening Portland’s fourth independent bookstore Tuesday. It might seem like books are going the way […]
Portland is looking to boost development and economic growth in key neighborhoods, and make it easier for residents to use public transportation