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Olympic fencer Mariel Zagunis drops her guard to talk about gold medals, swords, and surviving the opening ceremonies.
Sure it’s strange, but give the offbeat Scottish sport of curling a chance and it might just sweep you off your feet.
For Sake's Sake
Oregon’s only sake sommelier delivers Portlanders from the dark days of rotgut rice wine. Welcome to the age of watari bune.
This year, inside the ceremony room of Portland's U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, more than 10,000 foreign-born residents will take the Oath of Allegiance, becoming in just three short minutes, Americans.
Only Portland boasts an integrated network of both trails and streets that turns much of our city into one giant pedestrian playground.
I caught sight of a photo of Iron Maiden lead shrieker Bruce Dickinson, in a storefront window in St. Johns. He was decked out in all-white fencing gear, brandishing a different kind of heavy metal—a foil.
A tomboy takes her tough act to a new level with the martial art of poekoelan—don’t even think of tangling with her now.
The favorite sport of Ivy Leaguers also happens to be the best workout you can find without getting off your ass.