Culture/History

Photos by TOM BAAKE
Art, Culture/History

Woodcrafter’s Paradise

The Coos Bay Boatbuilding Center offers woodworking workshops that can culminate in anything from a spoon to a red cedar canoe. STORY AND PHOTOS BY TOM BAAKE FOR THE FULL PRINT EDITORIAL VERSION OF THE STORY CLICK HERE THE BRINY SCENT of the bay mingles with the smell of fresh-sawn […]

Patrick Hunter
Culture/History, Outdoor

Haunted Structures & Ghostly Happenings on the Oregon Coast. by Judy Fleagle

By Judy Fleagle The lights flashed twice on the K-ll meter, indicating “no.” No hesitation over and over again. “No” to “Is your name Rue?” “Are you an older lady?” “Are you a little girl?” and “Are you an older man?” But there was less certainty when asked, “Are you […]

PHOTO BY DWIGHT CASWELL
ASTORIA, Culture/History, Food/Travel

Astoria’s Restaurant Renissance

From Bosnian comfort food to innovative Northwest cuisine, you’ll find a multitude of options in the city’s burgeoning restaurant scene. STORY AND PHOTOS BY DWIGHT CASWELL FOR THE FULL PRINT EDITORIAL VERSION OF THE STORY CLICK HERE THERE ARE SCORES of restaurants in Astoria, from the traditional steak-and-seafood Silver Salmon […]