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Aug 6, 2010
Nature After Hours Want to see Mother Nature shake her groove thing? Of course you do. So skip your happy hour plans downtown tonight and make a break for Tryon Creek State Park where you’re...
Jul 30, 2010
Mount Tabor Two weeks from now, the PDX Adult Soapbox Derby will bomb its way down the winding blacktop roadway atop Mount Tabor. (Not that we here at the office have been counting down the days...
Jul 23, 2010
Chehalem Ridge Acquired back in January, the 1,100-acre, Chehalem Ridge Natural Area, near Forest Grove, is the largest open space ever to be snapped up by Metro’s bond measures. Which means, it...
Jul 16, 2010
Portland Highland Games Men: How much do you know about yourself if you’ve never attempted to heave a 20-foot, near 200-pound wooden pole into the air while outfitted in a flowing plaid kilt?...
Jul 9, 2010
Beachcombing, wildlife refuges, and a 150-foot-long halfpipe—it's time to jump into the weekend.
Jul 2, 2010
The Other Blues Fest The Waterfront isn’t the only place you’ll find folks jamming out to the blues this weekend. Tonight, campers at Metro’s Oxbow Park will be treated to tunes from Steve...
Jun 25, 2010
Divide and Conquer Tonight, Pedal Nation and Northwest Trail Alliance get the weekend rolling at the Clinton Street Theater with a screening of Ride the Divide. The documentary follows three...
Jun 18, 2010
Re-gifting Done Right In case you hadn’t noticed, this weekend is Father’s Day. Which means if you know what’s good for the family, you’ll have no doubt spent the last several months carefully...
May 28, 2010
Well, it’s finally here: A looooong weekend. I know I could use one. The office has been a bit of a bear this week. But now that I’ve blown the cobwebs off my blog, it’s high time to get you...
May 21, 2010
By-bee By-bee Birdie Weather wise, it’s been a tough week. But for us bird geeks, one surefire cure for the drizzle-induced doldrums is spying some songbirds. And more than 25 species—yellow...
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