Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Libretto by Hugh Wheeler Directed by Chris Coleman Widely acknowledged as Stephen Sondheim’s musical masterpiece, Sweeney Todd is set amongst London’s seedy side streets and laced with Sondheim’s characteristically brilliant wit and dark humor. This landmark musical depicts the barber Sweeney Todd’s savage quest for justice and retribution after years of false imprisonment. Aided by harridan pie shop owner Mrs. Lovett, who is secretly in love with him, he sets out to avenge the wrongs done to him and his family. Combining comic turns and chilling drama, music hall-style numbers and hauntingly beautiful romantic songs, Sweeney Todd offers a fascinating portrait of a man driven to madness by injustice.
Portland Center Stage, Gerding Theater
128 NW 11th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
2 hours 30 minutes with 1 intermission
Thu 27 Sep 2012 07:30PM – from $20.00 to $70.00
Fri 28 Sep 2012 07:30PM – from $20.00 to $70.00
Sat 29 Sep 2012 02:00PM – from $20.00 to $70.00
Sat 29 Sep 2012 07:30PM – from $20.00 to $70.00
Sun 30 Sep 2012 02:00PM – from $20.00 to $70.00
Portland Center Stage (PCS)
Lake Oswego/West Linn Stats & Review
Interest rates are still at all time lows and the average market time is at 109 days.
Lake Oswego/West Linn’s Average Sales Price Percent Change is -0.2% ending August 2012 compared to Lake Oswego/West Linn’s Average Sales Price Percent Change ending August 2011 was -6.7% or an increase of 6.5% comparatively.
Lake Oswego/West Linn, Oregon’s Current Real Estate Climate When comparing August’s results this year, (2012) to last year (August 2011) here is what you will find:
The average homeowner’s equity increased by $20,900 or 4.7% of value.
Average Sales Price in August 2012 was $470,100
Average Sales Price in August of 2011 was $449,200
Number of closed sales for the month of August was 149, up by 31%.
Number of closed sales for August 2011 was 114.
The August 2012 supply of homes stands at 4.59 months, down 35%.
August 2011 supply of homes was 7.1 months.
The time it takes on average from when a homeowner lists their home for sale to when a home has an accepted offer is 109 days. This statistic is down by 58 days (The August 2011 Total Marketing Time ended at 167 days).
Bon Appétit presents Feast Portland: A Celebration of Oregon Bounty
Oregon’s soil produces amazing fruits and vegetables. Our vineyards grow grapes that make award-winning wines. Our hops are the reason Portland has more breweries than any other city in the world. Our ocean provides sustainably caught salmon, Dungeness crab and tuna. And our beef, pork and chicken are organic and raised to the highest standards. We grow much of the world’s hazelnuts, marionberries and green beans. And our forests are home to so many exotic mushrooms the Japanese have us on speed dial. Best of all, we have marvelous chefs who know what to do with all this abundance. So we decided it’s high time we had our own world-class celebration of food, drink and everything else that makes Portland awesome. We’re calling it Feast Portland.
Various Portland locations
Various Portland locations
Portland, OR 97204
Fri 21 Sep 2012 12:00PM –
Sat 22 Sep 2012 12:00PM –
Sun 23 Sep 2012 12:00PM –
Nedco foreclosure advisers set up in Oregon City
A Springfield nonprofit is expanding the corps of housing counselors serving the Portland area with a new Oregon City office.
The Neighborhood Economic Development Corp. — known as Nedco — will have a staff of three foreclosure counselors and two assistants in the Oregon City office. It will be the first such agency in Clackamas County and the fourth in the metro area to provide foreclosure counseling for homeowners.
To meet increased demand, legislators allocated $3million to hire 26 housing counselors throughout the state. Oregon Housing and Community Services put special emphasis on areas deemed underserved, including the Portland area.
Clackamas County was one of Oregon’s hardest-hit in the foreclosure crisis. In June, 127 homes started the foreclosure process — though not necessarily for the first time — and 92 were repossessed by banks.
The Neighborhood Economic Development Corp. is opening an office today to serve Clackamas County and the rest of the metro: Foreclosure counseling
Where: 421 High St., Suite 110, Oregon City 97045
On the Web: nedcocdc.org
Open House and Safety Fair:
The Estacada Fire District will holds an Open House and Safety Fair Sept. 15 to give residents a chance to meet firefighters and learn about the services they provide.
The open house will be held 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Main Station, 261 S.E. Fifth Ave.
A Lifeflight helicopter ambulance is set to land at 11 a.m., when lunch will be served.
At noon, firefighters will give an emergency medical demonstration.
A rope rescue demonstration will be given at 1 p.m.
At 2 p.m., firefighters will demonstrate the “Jaws of Life” equipment used to extricate people trapped in their vehicles after a crash.
Station tours and exhibits will be available throughout the day. Firefighters will explain the equipment they use and provide information on how to become a volunteer.
The “Biking Safety Street” exhibit will offer pointers on safe cycling. An ambulance also will be available for inspection. A 9-1-1 simulator will demonstrate how emergency calls are taken and how responders are dispatched.
A raffle will be held for a child’s birthday party to be held at the fire station.
For more information, visit the fire district’s website or call 503-630-7712.
Oregon City Stats & Review
Overall the Oregon City market is still a buyer’s market. Interest rates are still at all time lows and the average market time is at 87 days. When the year to year price comparison is relatively unchanged and the average sales price percent change is up significantly from last year at this time I have to look at more factors such as inventory and market time and give it a current price trend rating of Appreciating.
Oregon City’s Average Sales Price Percent Change is -0.2% ending July 2012 compared to Oregon City’s Average Sales Price Percent Change ending July 2011 was -9.6% or an increase of 9.4% comparatively.
Average Sales Price Percent Change is a good conservative indicator for determining if a market is appreciating or depreciating. *This is the 12 month rolling average for sales price which takes the rolling average sales price over her last twelve months (8/1/11- 7/31/12) and compares it to the rolling average sales price of the previous 12 months (8/1/10-7/31/11).
Oregon City, Oregon’s Current Real Estate Climate When comparing July’s results this year, (2012) to last year (July 2011) here is what you will find:
The average homeowner’s equity decreased by $-4,800 or -1.92% of value.
Average Sales Price in July 2012 was $245,400
Average Sales Price in July of 2011 was $250,200
Number of closed sales for the month of July was 87, up by 6%.
Number of closed sales for July 2011 was 82.
The July 2012 supply of homes stands at 6.7 months, up 23%.
July 2011 supply of homes was 8.73 months.
The time it takes on average from when a homeowner lists their home for sale to when a home has an accepted offer is 87 days. This number is down 60 days (The July 2011 Total Marketing Time ended at 147 days).
The Murder Mystery Company Presents: “Till Death Do Us Part”
The Murder Mystery Company, the nation’s number one interactive theater troupe, kicks off it’s Portland debut with their award winning show “Till Death Do Us Part”. Before the happy couple can pronounce their vows, the police have pronounced a death. This wedding truly is a nightmare! Can the hapless detective solve the murder and save this wedding? Enjoy a delicious three course meal while you and your fellow detectives work to solve the case. Tickets are $60.00/ Person. For additional information, or to reserve your seats today, please visit us online @ http://www.grimprov.com/murder-mystery-dinners-in-oregon/portland-refectory-grill or call us at (888) 643-2583. All shows are held at: The Refectory Grill 1618 NE 122ND PORTLAND, OR 97230
The Refectory Grill
1618 NE 122nd
Portland, OR 97230
Fri 07 Sep 2012 07:00PM – $60.00
The Murder Mystery Company