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Grant Park and the Beverly Cleary sculpture garden

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Turns out I was learning about Portland and the Grant Park neighborhood through the lens of Cleary and her famous characters some twenty plus years before I moved here as an adult. 

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McCoy Park

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McCoy Park in North Portland is named after Gladys McCoy and her husband Bill. The McCoys focused on issues affecting minority and low-income people during the 1970's and 80's.

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March is Women's History Month!

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Last year for our March product release Jen came up with an idea for something a little bit different. Offering fragrances that honored Women's History Month with a specific focus on women from Oregon who've made an impact historically, socially and culturally. It was an opportunity to experiment with some different product offerings and scents while also shining a light on historical figures that have helped shape the state that we love. Some fragrances were limited to just one specific product like room sprays and bathing dust. Others were available in the standard perfume, pumpkin butter, soft bubbling scrub and...

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Calling Winter's Bluff

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Perched among the cliffs and bluffs along the east bank of the Willamette River, Mocks Crest provides great views of Forest Park, the West Hills and parts of downtown. 

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Return of the Haus blog!

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The purpose of The Haus Herald is to focus on things that are not directly related to Haus of Gloi specifically, but to spotlight the geographical and cultural aspects that have gone into the growth and success of the company. Additionally this goes along with our ongoing effort to highlight the city of Portland and the Pacific Northwest as the backdrop for our brand.

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