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Sights and sounds from the first Farmers Markets in downtown Corvallis and Albany on Saturday. 

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It’s been a year since the stock market took its Covid-19 tumble. From Feb. 19 to March 20, 2020—a span of 22 trading days—the S&P 500 fell 30%, the fastest decline ever. It’s hard to overstate how dramatic this market moment was, or how much panic was in the air. The horror of more than […]

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Nintendo has fully embraced the retro gaming market, releasing a few different vintage consoles featuring a number of highly popular games, including Super Mario Bros.

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Q: What is your opinion on the chance for the following players being in a Cardinals jersey this season: Yadier Molina, Adam Wainwright, Kolten Wong?

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The lack of live entertainment has meant we’re spending more time streaming, but 2020 has also been a year of job losses and worsening financial circumstances, so paying for a half-dozen monthly subscriptions isn’t feasible or even desirable for most people.

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This is a community calendar. To accommodate demand for the print edition, we ask that items be brief and include time, date, place, address, …

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“Flash Boys” is the ultimate Wall Street expose. This bestseller follows a squad of skeptics as they seek to reveal how market systems are rigged to benefit those involved most closely in their practices. They give up their high-paying jobs and luxurious lifestyles in order to launch a massive investigation into the strange, and oftentimes illegal, methods that Wall Street uses to generate billions of dollars for its most valued investors.

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Karen Ho channels Isaac Newton in her Wall Street commentary, “Liquidated.” In this book, she seamlessly combines her knowledge of market systems with a sociological approach to the Wall Street workplace. If you have ever wanted to understand nearly everything there is to know about Wall Street, this is the read for you.

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Reader comment: You recently answered a question about a home seller paying the commission to an agent for a “pocket listing.” You bypass the larger issue and the reason that so-called pocket listings are against the National Association of Realtor (NAR) rules. “Pocket listings” are against Fair Housing rules. You should put an addendum to your answer addressing that issue.

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It should be inconceivable that in a time of American energy abundance, within the nation’s richest and most populous state, citizens are being subjected to rolling electricity blackouts. Yet here we are.  California’s grid is again struggling to provide the energy that is so vital to keeping us all connected, especially now.

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