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Aug 15, 2012
Over the last year or so, Yamhill County has experienced a bit of a construction boom. OK, so maybe it’s a nano-boom that’s highly wine-centric, but we’ll take it.
Since 2011, the county’s revered...
Aug 14, 2012
Need a respite from Portland’s 90+ degree days?
You’ll find it on Oregon’s north coast, where temperatures dip about ten degrees lower than the city and a host of new restaurants, hotels, and...
Aug 1, 2012
There’s a difference between hotels that allow dogs and hotels that encourage them.
Plenty of places will let you stash your pooch in the room (on a leash and practically muzzled) … for a fee. But...
Jul 27, 2012
We adore Black Butte, Sun River, Skamania Lodge, and Salishan as much as the next dyed-in-the-moss Oregonian, making them a regular part of our annual vacation planning. But we also love unearthing...
Jul 18, 2012
When it debuted in 2002, Southeast 28th Street’s Box & One mixed-use infill project garnered architectural praise—and a cameo in a coffee table book (Michael Crosbie’s Living Together). Now...
Jul 14, 2012
The vintage gears and mechanical works at the Bull Run Powerhouse tell a story that's worth preserving.
Jun 19, 2012
Newberg’s Painted Lady restaurant has been quietly dishing out exquisite modern fare from a quaint restored 1898 Victorian home in the heart of town since 2005. But now this hidden gem is serving...
Jun 5, 2012
The second installment of our series on the city’s host of hidden, owner-run guesthouses takes us again to the East Side, where the very Portland Pocket House boasts easy access to the Mississippi...
May 23, 2012
Tacoma glass artist Dale Chihuly’s color-blasted Museum of Glass gets a new neighbor next month with the opening of the LeMay-America’s Car Museum June 2. Located adjacent to the Tacoma Dome, the...
Apr 25, 2012
We know, we know, "glamping" is kind of a silly word. But savoring the outdoors in style sure isn’t. From the San Juans to Idaho, ranches, rafters, and even vintners have, in recent years, been...
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