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Soda companies claim their products equal happiness, so the Center for Science in the Public Interest built a “Happiness Stand” in the middle of a busy intersection to test the proposition. A video shows what happened next.
Young people who make powerful videos are the force behind a new website and story-telling platform that fosters conversation about gentrification and community change, while highlighting the pride and identity that defines Albina and other Portland neighborhoods.
May 2016 will be here before you know it, so register now for Oregon’s Walk + Bike Challenge. The friendly competition hosted by the Bicycle Transportation Alliance encourages more kids and families to walk and bike to and from school and throughout their neighborhoods.