Oregon Coast Magazine january/february 2013


Cover Oregon CoastCome Aboard in Astoria: The Fisher Poets—Each February, appreciative audiences gather to hear commercial fishermen share their experiences through poetry and song. —Patrick Dixon (pdf)

Community College Flourishes on the South Coast—Oregon’s first community college is still going strong after more than fifty years. —Shirley Nelson

Cooking on the Coast—Up-and-coming chefs are mastering their craft at a culinary school in Coos Bay, and bringing home the medals to prove it. —Emily Kolkemo

Dining with Kali—Casual fine dining, fresh, local ingredients, and an amazing view come together at Kali Fieger’s Loft Restaurant & Bar in Bandon. —Judy Ware

Journey through Time—The Bandon Historical Society Museum offers a rewarding look at the rich history of this South Coast town. —Patti Murphy

Meet at the Coast—There’s no better place for a meeting or convention, big or small, than the Oregon Coast. —Rob Spooner

Moon Jellyfish—Visitors love the moon jellyfish display at the Oregon Coast Aquarium, but the ancient species can also be found washed up on shore after a storm. —Barbara Lee

Royal A. Bensell’s Military Service—The sad story of how people who had left the Indian reservation in Yachats were captured and brought back, along with others who made the march for the first time. —Michael Shay

The Breakfast Bear—There’s nothing like fresh blackberries for breakfast, whether you are ursine or human. —Barbara Lee

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