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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...
May 14, 2010
A Walk in the Park Saturday is National Park Family Day here in the Northwest. And Portlanders can get in on the action by slipping across the border to the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site....
May 7, 2010
Wha’SUP On Saturday Gorge Performance kicks off its first annual Ross Island SUP—Stand Up Paddle Board—Series. So what is a stand up paddleboarding? Think of it as surfing atop a canoe of sorts...
Apr 30, 2010
Falcon Crest Okay, there’s no remake in store for the 80s soapy gem that unleashed Lorenzo Lamas on an unsuspecting public. But Saturday is your chance to catch some truly cool birds: Peregrine...
Apr 22, 2010
So what was the first e-mail I got today? A note from a coworker reminding the office that we should all take it easy on the printers today (everyday, actually). Ah, must be Earth Day! Indeed. So...
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