Northwest travel news, tips, deals, and getaways
Award-winning playwright E. M. Lewis breaks down her five-hour epic, Magellanica.
The chain's brand-new waterfront project, announced two years ago, is opening in April. There will be tiki drinks.
Fitness: Ride On
Molly Sugar, founder of Friends on Bikes, talks bike camping, spandex, and doughnuts.
Fitness: Surf's Up
Alex Morris, a longtime surfer and owner of Portland's Cosube surf shop, breaks it down.
What's fueling the capital's recovery from the 2017 earthquake? Fortitude, fine art, and street food.
Nature Commode: flush with success.
Terry Musgrave has photographed more than 70 Pacific Northwest cabins. Fremont Point, in rural Lake County, is one of his favorites.
From high desert landscapes to high design in Honolulu, this past year of travel stole our hearts.
Bob Naito's ambitious hospitality project looked ready to open. Then a sudden ownership flip delayed the launch—and signaled that big money is now betting on still-seedy Old Town.
Eleanor Van Buren
Starting in 2018, Pongo One will provide critical medical care to pets owned by vulnerable populations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Upgrade your Netflix and chill plans with cooking classes, cozy getaways, and a Robyn dance party.
Over the years, some of the state’s ski mountains proved as ephemeral as snowflakes.
A brief guide to school cancellations, bad weather driving, and cozy indoor escapes.
Northwest companies lead the industry in creative ways to ride the snow and protect us from the elements.
Sledding, fat biking, and more ways to enjoy the snow, no skis required.
It might ruin the Northwest ski scene—and save it at the same time.
Signs & Portents
Surely it means nothing. Nothing.
Washington's capital aims to entice I-5 travelers to stop and smell the single origin.
Ditch the grand lodge for a forested aerie in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge.
The Great Recession of 2008 (temporarily?) whittled down a top state industry.
The Headlands Coastal Lodge & Spa, the latest venture from the owners of neighboring Pelican Brewery, is scheduled to open January 19.
You, too, can rock the fashions of the remote ice planet Hoth. Watch out for Imperial probe droids!
Hair Nah, designed by Wieden & Kennedy art director Momo Pixel, follows a black woman as she attempts to reach her travel destination—while swatting away grabby hands.
Fun With Firs
Your perfect holiday conifer quest comes with a hayride/reindeer/artificial snow/chili cheese nachos? We got you.
A manifesto for our beloved national landmark, after the flames.
Find some of the West’s best snow (and off-slope toasts) in Idaho, Utah, and Colorado.