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Around the Remote: The Olympic Games in Tokyo come to a close

DON’T MISS: Olympics Closing Ceremony – The Tokyo Games, delayed one year because of the pandemic, will go down as one of the strangest Olympics ever. Fans and families were mostly missing. Coronavirus concerns cast a shadow over the action.

Stream on Demand: Lin-Manuel Miranda returns in animated ‘Vivo’

The animated musical “Vivo” (2021, PG) follows the odyssey of a kinkajou, a cute, colorful monkey-like critter from Cuba, from Havana to Florida. Lin-Manuel Miranda writes the original songs and voices the cuddly star as he teams up with American girl Gabi.

Brown supports Portland I-5 highway expansion proposal

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown supports moving forward with a plan that would expand Interstate 5 through Portland’s Rose Quarter while spending more than $1 billion to build a “cap” over the freeway to rebuild a community wrecked by its initial construction.

MTV marks 40th anniversary with a new ‘Moon Person’ design

MTV is marking its 40th anniversary with a relaunch of its iconic image of an astronaut on the moon with an MTV flag planted nearby. On Sunday, the media network unveiled a large scale “Moon Person” during a ceremony at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

Around the Remote: Documentary considers Obama’s life and legacy

DON’T MISS: “Obama: In the Pursuit of a More Perfect Union” – As the country continues to grapple with its racial history, this compelling documentary series chronicles Barack Obama’s youth, his rise in politics and his challenging eight-year presidency.

Oregon approves killing up to 4 wolves in eastern Oregon

PORTLAND — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has approved killing up to four uncollared wolves in eastern Oregon’s Baker County, where officials say the Lookout Mountain wolf pack attacked four cows in 14 days.