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Thumbnail for - Hot Travel Links: Cable Car Hotel Rooms, Treacherous Hikes, and Lost Show Dogs.
Mar 16, 2015
Going to the French Alps? Stay in a hotel room suspended 9,000 feet in the air.
Thumbnail for - Hot Travel Links: Photobombing Penguins, Moon Licenses, and More Seats on Airplanes
Feb 18, 2015
Visualizing China's travel mess around major holidays. (NY Times) A penguin photobombed the crew of the USCGC Polar Star in Anarctica. (Buzzfeed) The FAA is developing plans to regulate travel...
Thumbnail for - Around the World in 5 Stories: Feb 2, 2015
Feb 2, 2015
A round up of international travel news, including Tinder-to-go, a travel hacking guide from Kayak, and a wonky FAA policy change you need to know about.
Thumbnail for - Around the World in 5 Stories
Jan 22, 2015
A round up of international travel news, including the latest on Cuba, taking advantage of a strong US dollar, and the rise (again) of travel agents.
Thumbnail for - Bring Some Scandinavian Holidays Home with Beaverton's Scandia Imports
Dec 16, 2014
Whether you've got roots in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland or simply love Nordic flavors, this sweet shop will stock you up.
Thumbnail for - Around the World in Four Stories
Nov 24, 2014
The wide world of travel, featuring planes patched with tape, a lamb chop in space, and Munich's Airbräu.
Thumbnail for - From Around the World: Sept 29
Sep 29, 2014
How to eat healthy on the road, which countries travel the furthest for their honeymoons, and why you could be riding a 59,000 mile space elevator.
Thumbnail for - Review: On The Eve of Friday Morning
Mar 15, 2011
Bust out the basmati and pop open a pomegranate; Sunday is Nowruz, Persian New Year. Probably not coincidentally, it’s also closing night for Oregon Children’s Theater’s latest play, set in Iran....
Thumbnail for - Bicycle Film Festival
Feb 22, 2011
film sports
This Friday and Saturday, the Bicycle Film Festival , endearingly dubbed the “BFF,” will breeze through Portland with a curated selection of shorts, and a local opener: beach-punk band Guantanamo...
Thumbnail for - Album Review: Ashia Grzesik
Feb 21, 2011
Cellist Ashia Grzesik may sing music from the old country, wear ruffled skirts and cook borscht, but she’s no neo-bohemian gypsy-punk poser. Though she currently hangs her plumed hats in...
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