Plan your fall
Farmer Glen Lehne brings new tricks to his parents' farm, and tomatoes are center-stage.
Broom closets and member-exclusive libraries add elements of mystery to these hidden bars and restaurants—but they won't stay secret for long.
Home Grown Chef Thor Erickson offers a savory recipe for a roasted tomato pie that home chefs will love.
A gallery of images capturing the early days of university life, circa 1920.
Joseph is an out-of-the-way place in northeastern Oregon that rarely shows up on maps, but frequently appears in travel writing and destination lists. It’s a place where the simple, rural life is part of the charm.
Explore Oregon Wines
Celebrating 100 years of National parks
On its centennial birthday, the National Park Service offers a good way for adventurers in the Pacific Northwest to explore.
Chimps Inc. near Bend offers a safe place for chimpanzees to retire.
Some people call it “that scary road,” the stretch of Oregon Highway 66 that climbs out of the Rogue Valley and into Green Springs.
Stefani Brown's photography reflects her travels and many years spent in Oregon.
Hiking, biking, paddling and stargazing during a weekend at Waldo Lake.
For thousands of years, the Finns have used saunas as a way to relax, socialize and purge their bodies of contaminants. Just imagine your own spa nestled among the Douglas firs and wild Oregon grapes in your backyard. With the down-to-earth Northwest lifestyle, it’s no wonder more Oregonians are investing in their own saunas.
Don’t call it jumping out of a plane.
Evan Soto is one of the thousands of wildland firefighters who protect our forests in Oregon each summer.
Professional triathlete Linsey Corbin on what keeps her going.
Food & Drink
Oregon's bakeries produce heavenly, scratch-made goods, from Ashland to Portland.
Nothing beats a sweet treat in summer heat, especially when enjoyed in the snappy, salty Oregon Coastal air.
While Portland is often seen as Oregon’s food hub, a growing number of restaurants in Salem are quietly and quickly sh...
The rhizome of mint freshens Oregon soil and palates.
Home & Garden
These smart backyard remodels show us how to create outdoor living spaces that are ready for the season’s laziest days.
Art & Culture
Hector H. Hernández is an artist with a complicated canvas.
Brothers Jacob and Arnold Pander know ink, film and visual storytelling, intimately.
When teenage Arvie Smith walked into the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, he couldn’t get past the receptionist.
In the foothills of the Steens Mountain and minutes away from the playa of the Alvord Desert, John Simpkins paints in a one-room schoolhouse in the ghost town of Andrews.
A tall charcoal drawing hangs prominently in the dining room of Analee Fuentes’ Coburg home.
The blue-grey cityscape marked by tilted squares of sunlight and scarlet umbrellas does not exist, but Joachim McMillan will take you there nonetheless. He will introduce you to a thousand dancing women he has never met and take you out to sea on a sailboat he has never sailed.