What made the dairy county turn?
Stronger with cheddar.
February is Stout Month, and Fort George Brewery's insanely popular mid-month block party can sell out within weeks. Heads up—tickets are already on sale.
The Long Play
Who owns our coastal riches? What does "sustainable seafood" really mean? And how can consumers net the best stuff? In her new book, The Fish Market, the Portland journalist goes deep.
Most hotels in the path of next summer's Great American Eclipse (which passes straight over Oregon) have been booked for years. Starting November 17, there's another lodging option: camping!
The legendary coastal creamery will close. And then gloriously reopen.
From Cascadia to Ecotopia, welcome to all the Oregons that could have been.
Robert Steelquist wrote a fact-packed guide to exploring the Northwest's shores. We asked him for a little cold-weather knowledge. (Hint: hug the estuaries.)
Fall Day Trips: Hood to Coast
And most within spitting distance of Portland.
Apple picking to wine tasting to river rafting, here’s how to make hay while the sun still shines.
Margaret Seiler, Marty Patail, Molly Woodstock, and Julie Whipple
Fall Day Trips: Straight Coastin'
Swap traffic for tranquility, and tourist crowds for little-known towns.
Some jerks knocked over Cape Kiwanda's iconic Duckbill formation. They were caught—on video, at least. Now Oregon State Police is on the case. But really, only you can prevent geology crimes.
From hidden gems to trusty stalwarts, here’s where to cool down when the mercury soars. Plus: your essential river rat gear guide and some etiquette suggestions (if we may).
Benjamin Tepler, Margaret Seiler, Rachel Ritchie, and Caleb Diehl
From flamingo-ringed vintage Airflytes in wine country to shabby-chic coastal campers, tiny home (and trailer) tourism is on a roll.
From bike rides along abandoned rail lines to awe-inspiring waterfall treks, here’s how to experience the Northwest at its most majestic.
Head to the coast for fireside massages, seasonally appropriate facials, and unlimited cookies.
This summer, you can ride abandoned rail tracks past estuaries and cheese factories, over bridges and under blue skies—all on a custom foot-powered, four-seater contraption.
Archaeologist Loren Davis has a radical theory about when (and where) humans first arrived on our continent.
A new Oregon coastal brewery emphasizes simple, clean ales.
From organic beets to fresh Pacific oysters, produce markets in and around Tillamook add snap to your beach weekend.