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Summer Guide 2011: Go, Uh, “Play”

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Ah, Portland: home to bicyclists, coffee connoisseurs, swingers, strippers, pole contortionists and gangbang aficionados. Wait, what? That’s right—this friendly Northwest town is also the home o   More
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 MARY CHRISTMAS

Summer Guide 2011: A Whole New Ballgame

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If the smell of pine tar turns your crank, if you find the crack of a bat as audibly satisfying as a Typhoon album, or if you just like soaking up sun, then Northwest Independent Baseball League gam   More
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 WHITNEY HAWKE

Summer Guide 2011: Iced Coffee - Five Ways

Treat your caffeine jones with a chill pill.

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Don’t abandon that caffeine addiction you spent so much time and money cultivating over the winter just because the sun’s out. Here are five cool and refreshing ways to get your daily coffee fix   More
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 RUTH BROWN, ASHLEY COLLMAN

Summer Guide 2011: On Dogway

The Where-to-Pee Guide to Portland, for Dogs.

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Being a dog owner sucks during Portland winters. The wet fur, the muddy paws, the days upon days trapped indoors with a stir-crazy pooch...oh, the things we do for love. But come summer, Portland i   More
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 MARY CHRISTMAS

Summer Guide 2011: Patio Pointers

Outdoor drinking for every occasion.

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There’s no greater pleasure on a hot day than plopping down on your favorite bar’s patio and combating the heat while encouraging dehydration with round after round of cold beers and frosty coc   More
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 AP KRYZA

Summer Guide 2011: Summer Events Calendar

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June 17-19: Portland Pride This year’s official theme is “Make It Happen!,” and the “it” is pride. Events include the Pulse dance party, Waterfront Festival, Dyke March, Pride Drag Race an   More

Expose Yourself to Bikes

The mountain’s out! Time to air up the 10-speed.

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Spring in Portland is a series of small victories. We celebrate the day every camellia blooms at once; the first dry weekend; the first day Mount St. Helens peeks through the mist.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011 BEN WATERHOUSE

Streets Of Death!

Stick to the neighborhood greenway—or else.

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The Portland Bureau of Transportation says the city is getting safer to bike in: Portland’s bicycle traffic increased 190 percent between 2000 and 2009, and accidents declined 39 percent, the bur   More
Wednesday, May 25, 2011 NATHAN GILLES

Meet the Cyclante

Jim Parsons is making your commute safer, one sewer grate at a time.

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In the past decade, Jim Parsons moved to Portland from Southern Oregon, lost his job as a travel agent and went back to school at PSU to study linguistics, where he’s currently a part-time student   More
Wednesday, May 25, 2011 AILIN DARLING

The Paths Less Cycled

Riding Portland’s most underrated bike routes

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Clinton. Salmon. Ankeny. Williams. Broadway. Even occasional cyclists recognize the names of Portland’s busiest bikeways. From bike lanes to cycle tracks and the clumsily named “neighborhood gr   More
Wednesday, May 25, 2011 CRAIG BEEBE
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