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Kiesha Thompson

Hail to the Queen! Portland’s Kings of Canna WORDS Tarrick Donovan | PHOTOGRAPHY Tim Sugden Nestled into a quaint neighborhood on the NE side of Portland, you may happen to come across the Kings of Canna, a neighborhood dispensary of unusual distinction. Portland is known for having a dispensary on every corner, something most out […]

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Dr Andrew Ahmann – Researcher

Leader in Diabetes Research and Care Imagine your average workday. Chances are you’re trying to cram as much into it as humanly possible, never quite checking off the day’s to-do list. Now add a chronic disease such as diabetes. “Every action has the potential to affect you such as what you ate, how much activity […]

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Dreaming & Planning

I believe that balance does exist. I’ve been quiet about this for some time now, but I’ve had a rising desire to speak out with this currently unpopular belief.  Why is it unpopular?  Well, I think that many people were chasing balance in an unbalanced way which felt constrictive and not heart-centered. Thus, there was […]

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Beauty Inside Out

Beauty From The Inside Out. Between Botox and photoshop we sure are cultivating an interesting sense of beauty in our culture.  I’m all-for looking hot and feeling good about our appearances, and I believe that when we are so externally focused we miss an opportunity to foster genuine, age-resistant gorgeousness. We glow when we are […]

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Biking For Hearts

So what if you bike? How can we slash heart disease risk in half, put a stop to the growing obesity epidemic, and save our lungs from more than 100 million pounds of air pollution? Simple. Ride a bike. May is National Bike Month. While many cycling enthusiasts celebrate their beloved sport all month long, […]

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Summer Bodies

As Heidi Klum showed us last Halloween, if you really want to give ’em a fright, highlight the aging process by flaunting leg veins.  While that may be a great gag for a supermodel like Klum, most of us don’t want to fear showing multi-color-lined limbs this summer. As it happens, now is the perfect […]

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Bone Broth Bar

FIRST DEDICATED BONE BROTH BAR TO OPEN IN PORTLAND, OREGON\ Traditional foods chef, educator, bone broth expert, and founder of Salt, Fire & Time, Tressa Yellig, will open Broth Bar in June    This year may have been declared “the year of bone broth” by the TODAY show, but Tressa Yellig, founder Salt, Fire and […]

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FaceFirst

FACEfirst Makeup Brushes We all know that a good set of makeup brushes can help us apply our makeup in a more natural looking and precise way. Yet, every time a brush touches our face, it comes into contact with bacteria. With regular use, our brushes can become overwhelmed with dirt and grime – causing […]

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