Explore the majestic Pacific Northwest and California on this eight day adventure, from the wilds of Mount St. Helens and the Columbia River Gorge to the sophistication of Portland and San Francisco. Travel along Oregon’s beautiful Pacific coast. Enjoy a cruise up the Rogue River. Visit Redwood National Park. Explore Eureka, a historic timber and fishing village. Cross the Golden Gate Bridge and discover the “City by the Bay” – San Francisco. See photos, itinerary map, and more tour details for the Pacific Northwest & California tour package: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/north-america/usa/pacific-northwest–california
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Beyoncé isn’t coming to Portland on her tour, but you can still see her in the Pacific Northwest
Beyoncé announced earlier this week that she will be taking over Planet Earth in 2023 (going on tour). Unfortunately, she’s right on trend and is joining Madonna and Taylor Swift in skipping Portland.
Ten Pacific Northwest Picks for Bandcamp Friday February 2023
The Bandcamp Fridays of 2023 are looking selective; there are only nine of them: Feb 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, Aug 4, Sept 1, Oct 6, Nov 3, and Dec 1. And while Bandcamp HQ is always pretty quick to ...
Tacoma author’s love letter to Pacific NW islands took years to compose
The Tacoma author of "On Island Time" says her book had been brewing in her mind, and in her sketchbook, for years: She'd really been crafting a love letter.
The Spokane International Film Festival returns with a mix of films from the Pacific Northwest and around the world
If first impressions are indeed significant, the 24th annual Spokane International Film Festival is well worth checking out.
Black architects and designers of the Northwest celebrated in new MOHAI exhibit
"From the Ground Up: Black Architects and Designers" is a traveling show, originally created for Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry. The exhibit has been updated to represent local, Black ...
Colder temperatures are expected in the Pacific Northwest over the next 90 days
The National Weather Service’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting temperatures to sit below average for the next several months.
Winter isn't done with the Pacific Northwest
January might have been a "dud" in terms of typical La Niña winter weather patterns, but Washington State Climatologist Nick Bond says there's plenty more winter ahead.
Pacific storm train to resume along West Coast
Pacific storms will once again reach the West Coast of the United States after a hiatus over the last couple of weeks. AccuWeather forecasters say that the upcoming storms won't pack quite the same ...
Northwest science news roundup: Really old humans, jellyfish jets, better cookies and winter slumber
In this monthly rundown from OPB, “All Science. No Fiction.” creator Jes Burns features the most interesting, wondrous and hopeful science coming out of the Pacific Northwest.
The late Larry Cassidy, a dedicated and influential advocate for the Northwest’s fish and wildlife, is remembered fondly
Talk to people who knew Larry Cassidy and the accolades run as thick as the Columbia River’s famed salmon and steelhead runs in the days before hydroelectric dams forever changed the system.
Comic: Adapting Corn for Tortillas—and New Markets—in the Pacific Northwest
In this illustrated report, we explore how the nonprofit is working with local farmers, scientists, and chefs to adapt crops to new environments—and the changing climate.
Navy temporarily closes a series of dry docks in the Pacific Northwest over seismic concerns
None of the spaces in the Pacific Northwest are at risk, but the Navy wants to implement new safety measures on two installations that sit near fault lines.