Art+Culture

Guest Post by David James Duncan, author of The River Why: Water as Soul

David James Duncan, author of the River Why, explores the concept of Water as Soul.

2 years ago

Oregon Artist Sienna Morris

Illustrator Sienna Morris has designed a home and workshop in Portland so reflective of her style that it’s difficult to…

2 years ago

Haunted Oregon

Spirits of the past are present everywhere. They dwell in our lands, haunt our historic buildings and cemeteries, and inhabit…

2 years ago

An Artist’s Breast Cancer Journey: Laura Ross-Paul

Portland painter Laura Ross-Paul turns her battle with breast cancer into the focus of her art.

2 years ago

Sunstone Mining in Oregon

The Oregon state stone, sunstone, is a unique gem prized for its brilliance. We explore the history and economics of…

2 years ago

16 Intriguing Oregonians

1859 Oregon's Magazine introduces extraordinary people whose lives have been sweetened by their passions.

2 years ago

Oregon Author Eliot Treichel

Oregon author Eliot Treichel adds gravity with his writing for young adults.

2 years ago

Festival Sustainability

Students used 690 wooden gable trusses to build the Treeline Stage, which hosted eighteen of the festival’s performers (including Tank…

2 years ago

152 Years of the Oregon State Fair

When the first Oregon State Fair took place back in 1861, the organizers could not foresee the entertainment titan they…

2 years ago

The Bend Brewfest

Sponsored Content Written by Beau Eastes    The Bend Brewfest is boldly going where no brew festival in Central Oregon…

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