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Growing up in Portland, I was a Seaside-Cannon Beach-Lincoln City kind-of-gal, but now that I live in Eugene, I am absolutely loving trips to the Central Coast! Continue Reading…
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Growing up in Portland, I was a Seaside-Cannon Beach-Lincoln City kind-of-gal, but now that I live in Eugene, I am absolutely loving trips to the Central Coast!
For eight days in April, thousands of design enthusiasts will descend on Portland to talk about shaping the future and what they say just might surprise you. The fifth annual Design Week Portland kicks off April 21-29, 2017, with hands-on workshops, national speakers, open houses and celebrations meant to appeal not just to design geeks but anyone with a passing interest in film, fashion,…
Eastern Oregon has always held a special place in my heart. When I first moved to Oregon a few years ago, Eastern Oregon was my first glimpse of this new, unexplored state it was the gateway to my future home. I fell in love with this region during my first trip to the Wallowas, and ever since, I haven’t been able to get its beauty out of my head. I swear, every time I visit this part of…
With its bold, curvy Streamline Moderne architecture, the historic Monarch Building in downtown Medford might be instantly recognizable but it hasn’t quite been a destination for the community, until now. Built in 1947, the building was once a former feed store and then the Lithia Motors showroom. But in recent years, it has stood vacant. Enter Common Block Brewing Company, a family-run…
While seeing a beautiful photo online gives great pleasure, there is nothing like planting our feet in front of a soaring and majestic colorful rock formation that is millions of years old while watching a large bird against a kaleidoscope sky search for its dinner and feeling the wind nudge us into letting our fears and worldly concerns slide away.