A Woodburn man is a top contender in the USA Mullet Championships.
Started as a whim during the pandemic, Portland’s Secret Roller Disco has gained a huge following.
And check out this great list of places to see birds in Oregon.Read More
According to a review by the New York Times, Oregon is the easiest state to vote in – so no excuses!
Portland’s business district is still feeling pains from the pandemic, but the entertainment sector is nearly in full swing.
And Portland is at Peak Swift at the moment. To see them, look up in the skies around dusk when they’re swirling around hollow trees and chimney stacks.Read More
If the big one hits the Pacific Northwest, a crew of local cyclists are prepared to help out in a huge way.
UAVs dropping mini fire bombs helped Oregon firefighters fight wildfires this season.
And after a several years hiatus, Zoobomb is seeing a resurgence.Read More
Local art-focused shops are popping up at Lloyd Center.
A father/daughter team are hiking and rediscovering a long forgotten trail called The Skyline Trail by following notches on trees made by trail blazers 100 years ago.
And known for its beaches and farm stands, Sauvie Island also has amazing hiking trails.Read More
Portland artist Mike Bennett is opening a Wonderland immersive adventure space & coffee shop in St. Johns.
Laika Studios has announced some big names will be lending their voices to the upcoming Portland themed “Wildwood.”
And Forbes has named Portland among the nation’s top wellness destinations.Read More
Downtown Portland is seeing signs of recovery, but it’s not fueled by office workers.
If you saw a strange string of lights in the night skies over Portland this weekend, it wasn’t UAP or a UFO — it was a recently launched bank of Starlink satellites.
And the nets used at Portland Thorns games have been used to catch fish in the ocean.Read More
Turning 100 years old in 2022, the first state parks in Oregon were little more than roadside picnic areas.
Stay cool this week with a shady hike; here’s a list of nearby suggestions.
And a small scrap of paper from 1862 at the Oregon Historical Society appears to be a map to hidden treasure in Portland.Read More
The owners of the Goonies House have loosened some of the restrictions they’ve had in place for visitors to the famous house, now asking visitors to walk up to the house for a view.
An Oregon couple who shares their concerted Airstream home with their pet goats will be featured on a new Discovery+ Series.
And eager to get a line in the water? Check out Travel Oregon’s new first-timer’s guide on fishing in Oregon.Read More
At Hillsboro Library, in addition to books & movies, patrons can check out board games, kitchen tools, cameras and more!
Portland will be an oven this weekend. Rising summer temperatures have pushed many residents to install air conditions, with roughly 80% of Portland homes now equipped with an AC.
Another way to cool off: Hit the beaches — Portland is full of them!Read More