From building your own sauna to romantic getaways, the foods that made Oregon famous and Gert Boyle on the new direction at Columbia Sportswear, our Top 10 stories of the year are our reader-sourced favorites. Here’s a chance to catch up on the year or use these as a roadmap for 2019.
Who doesn’t want their own sauna? This DIY project combines the indoors, the outdoors and the creative spirit.
From luxury spa hotels in Portland to rustic, cozy fireplaces at ski resorts and stunning views on the Columbia and unplugged digs away from it all, treat yourself and your partner to something memorable.
A tropic banana belt of warmth envelops the southern Oregon Coast. Eastern Oregon has its hot spots. Central Oregon’s high desert pleasantly surprises, too. Check out these five hot spots, when you’re feeling chilled.
Find fluffy white powder in the Wallowas, beautiful storms blowing in on the coast and off-season greens at Bandon Dunes.
Gert and Tim Boyle built an outdoor retailing empire based on extreme cold weather. Now Columbia is coming in from the cold with more brands and seasons.
Spirit-seekers in Oregon need not go to far to encounter a ghostly presence. These hotels, taverns, lighthouses and theaters will not disappoint.
A recollection of the reign of the Rajneesh from an Oregonian who had an up-close personal connection to the drama.
A former U.S. Ski Team member, Steve Porino, takes us behind the scenes of TV commentary for the World Cup and the Olympics.
Our seven top-rated places to live, work and play in Oregon in 2018.
Wine, ice cream, cheese and mustard — these are a few of the foods that put Oregon on the foodie map.
In this Beerlandia podcast, we find the out-of-the-way Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery in Newberg and taste the hazelnut and…
interview by Sheila Miller Kim Cooper Findling and her daughter, 14-year-old Libby Findling, seem to have pulled off a near-impossible…