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For local yogis who aren't deterred by thoughts of see-through yoga pants - or yoga novices who've suddenly discovered an interest - there's going to be a whole lot of yoga going on at Portland's East End school this summer. Read on
Want to be the best dressed guy in the office? Take a few style cues from this East End resident who knows how to rock business separates like it's his business. Read on
Portland Paddle aims to change that. The company, run by Quigley and co-owner Zack Anchors, will offer kayak and paddleboard tours, rentals, and lessons from their "mobile unit" at East End Beach. No doubt visitors from away will appreciate the chance to get up close and personal with Portland's waters. But Portland Paddle also hopes to give locals the opportunity to experience their own watery backyard - maybe for the first time. Read on
It was Jiminy Cricket who told us to wish upon a star, but it was 25-year-old Shawna who folded our wishes into stars. Shawna Houston began to fold paper stars four years ago to cope with loss. It has since grown into a purposeful and sustaining art project for a larger community. Meet Shawna! Read on
Plum Boutique (316 Congress Street) is one of the newest consignment shops in Portland, chock full of higher-end designs. Located in the old Z Fabrics storefront on Munjoy Hill, owner Kelly Williams is happy to be added to the roster of neighborhood stores that have been popping up on the East End. Read on