Facebook Bans PDX Body Painter

Posted by Dan Mitchinson on January 9, 2014
Matt Huntley says Facebook removed pictures like this

Matt Huntley has been body painting out of his Northeast Portland studio for years. His work has appeared on film,  stage and television. Huntley sometimes posts pictures of his art on his facebook page, but was recently contacted by the site, asking that he remove several of the images.

“The pictures include an image of a woman painted, she’s wearing pasties, …

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Another Television Show To Film in Portland

Posted by Pat Boyle on January 8, 2014
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Portland, Oregon – NBC’s Grimm is no longer the only TV police detective show to be shot in Portland. USA Today says FOX TV has picked up an hour long crime drama called Backstrom. Rainn Wilson who starred in NBC’s hit TV comedy, The Office, plays detective Everett Backstrom, who’s described as offensive. He leads the Serious Crimes Unit  and …

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Michael Bay Meltdown

Posted by Steve Herman on January 6, 2014

The big news from the Consumer Electronics Show comes at the expensive of super-action director Michael Bay. He was promoting a new 105″ curved TV from Samsung when the teleprompter failed.

Afterwards Bay blogged about what happened:

Wow! I just embarrassed myself at CES – I was about to speak for Samsung for this awesome Curved 105-inch UHD TV. I rarely lend …

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Local Boy Plays Ron Burgundy’s Son In Anchorman 2

Posted by Pat Boyle on December 27, 2013

CORNELIUS, Ore. — The 7-year-old Washington County boy who plays the son of Ron Burgundy in Anchorman 2 will be signing autographs in Cornelius tonight.  Judah Nelson will make an appearance from 6-7pm at the Cornelius Stadium Cinemas.  He says he’ll also hand out postcards to movie goers after they’ve seen the film.

Judah says Will Ferrell was funny and nice to …

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KGW News Anchor Finds Anchorman Hilarious

Posted by Pat Boyle on December 18, 2013



Portland, Oregon – Anchorman 2 opens in Portland and across the country today returning fictional TV news anchor Ron Burgundy to the big screen. I wondered what real life TV news anchors think about  the way they’re portrayed in the movie.  So I talked with KGW  morning news anchor, Russ Lewis.

He says he thought the original Anchorman was hilarious and …

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