All Oregonians eligible for COVID-19 vaccines April 19; Piluso steps out of school board race Get vaccinated Every Oregonian age 16 and older, who wants to be vaccinated, is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine begining Monday, April 19. Frontline workers and those in their households became eligible Monday, April […]

Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) is the social platform for inspiration. It lets users collect and interact with visual media, helping them discover ideas, plan projects, or learn new things. For instance, you could use Pinterest to find the latest beauty or home décor trends, plan a vacation or party, build a home […]

Some libraries have started to offer limited indoor services, but planning varies between library operators. As indoor spaces open gradually after Washington County was recently placed in the “moderate” category of risk regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, libraries throughout Washington County are discussing plans of expanding services before an eventual full […]

Ars Technica reported in April 2018 that the Facebook Android app had been harvesting consumer knowledge, together with telephone calls and textual content messages, since 2015. In May 2018, several Android users filed a category motion lawsuit in opposition to Facebook for invading their privacy. This new feature from Apple […]

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Joanne Ketch, 54, of Houston, will celebrate three decades of sobriety in May. Her life is stable now, but she still recalls how lost she felt as a young woman trying to make her way in the world. By age 25, she was a high-functioning alcoholic with a series of […]

During the January 6 assault on the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., rioters posted photographs and videos of their rampage on social media. The platforms they used ranged from mainstream sites such as Facebook to niche ones such as Parler—a social networking service popular with right-wing groups. Once they realized […]

The ‘Chinese Community Bulletin Board’ still stands in the Chinatown-International District. SEATTLE — At the corner of 7th and King in Seattle’s International District, behold Chinatown’s original social media.  The Wing Luke Museum’s Doan Nguyen said, “It’s kind of like one piece in a puzzle that connects to the rest […]

In early December, just as the third wave of the coronavirus was gaining steam across the United States, comedian Michael Rapaport took to Instagram to make a simple, characteristically expletive-laden plea to his followers: If you get COVID-19, post about your symptoms. “Anybody with a platform, I am begging you, […]

Items include Columbia River Maritime Museum Miniboat Program, Portland Winter Light Festival and more. Boat ashore Students taking part in the Columbia River Maritime Museum’s Miniboat Program build small boats, equipped with GPS and a sail, but after they launch them into the Pacific Ocean, they’ll maybe never see their […]