Bibliophile: Put Down the Remote

Carl Adamshick admits that he isn’t the best at interviews. He’s a poet, belonging to a camp of non-rambling words.…

Becoming Comfortable in Her Own Skin

Barre3 is a combination of yoga, Pilates and ballet barre exercises. Now, there are more than 100 studios franchised around…

People Experiencing Homelessness

1859 visited Transition Projects in Multnomah County to get to know some of the people experiencing homelessness in Oregon.

The Luminous, Private World of Christopher Burkett

Large-format photographer Christopher Burkett prints only on Cibachrome, an expensive material that preserves photographs for up to 500 years.

Old and New Songs About Our Beloved Oregon

From Johnny Cash to Sufjan Stevens, many songwriters have been inspired by the state of Oregon.

Reserve Your Campsite for the Total Solar Eclipse

Starting on Thursday, November 17, campsites in the eclipse’s “path of totality” will open for reservation—and they’re predicted to fill…

MOsley WOtta

Jason Graham created his stage name, MOsley WOtta (a.k.a., MO WO), from the idea that every human is made mostly…

Celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau in Portland

The tradition of Beaujolais Nouveau originated in the Beaujolais region of France and is now celebrated around the world on…

Sky’s the Limit

Hazel Lee, a Second World War aviatrix who grew up in Portland, was the first licensed Chinese-American woman pilot in…

A Weekend of Art and Stormy Weather

Art (and rain) took the city of Cannon Beach by storm last weekend at the Stormy Weather Arts Festival.



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