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If the swan is your choice, we’re not saying you’re evil, but....
We chat with Jola Ajibade, an assistant professor at PSU, about the record-breaking heat wave that slammed the Pacific Northwest and the need for adaptation ...
“While other species are blipping off the planet at an alarming rate, this is one that we can do something about.”
Seasonal nonstop flights from PDX to the Big Easy and the Gulf Coast starts December 16.
Passport stamps have been hard to obtain in the pandemic, but the local brewery-hotel-pub chain has a new way to reward those who persevered.
We talk with Alaí Reyes-Santos from the Oregon Water Futures Project about the findings from their 2021 report.
From Brood X cicadas to murder hornets, a look at what bugs we don’t have much of in the state, though some are on the rise.
The Korean metropolis isn’t the only city with new nonstop service out of PDX in 2021. The Midwest and California’s Central Coast are suddenly a lot closer, ...
Góða ferð (have a good trip) a little closer to home.
Spring break 2020 was all canceled plans, empty flights, and closed campgrounds. This year, it's different.
Take the steamy restaurant staple outdoors—all you need is a portable burner and some willing helpers.
Pretend you have an office to drag yourself to.
The Last Frontier
North to the Future, as Alaska’s motto says, but trapped in an ever-shifting COVID present
From daphne to daffodils, don’t miss these eight blooms.
The Gorgeous Gorge
The loneliness of the COVID-era travel writer
This week we talk about the annual winter crow roost and the conflicts that have emerged.
Dealing with Loss
From airport cake to help with COVID tests via Nextdoor, slices of humanity shine through amid the grief.
As COVID-19 wears on, the simple act of picking up trash is more impactful than you might think.
From a Distance
The state pen in Walla Walla didn’t seem that far away. Then COVID hit.
Theresa Griffin Kennedy
From coastal trailers to secluded forest retreats, here are ways to get out with social distance in mind.