Willamette Weekend: 15 Things to Do and See in Portland, September 26-28


Friday, Sept. 26 Project Pabst [MUSIC] The last music festival of the season features resurgent Canadian indie-rockers Constantines, Stephen Malkmus, Modest Mouse, Rocket From the Crypt, GZA (performing Liquid Swords) and more. Multiple venues. See projectpabst.com for complete schedule and tickets. Breakside Farmhouse Ale Night The just-opened First National Taphouse will be tapping ...   More
Friday, September 26, 2014 WW Culture Staff

Scoop: Gossip Trapped In a Prism, a Prism of Light.

SEAT SLASHER ON THE LOOSE: A seat slasher has Portland’s motorcycle community in an uproar. Starting about two weeks ago, motorcycle owners say seats of bikes left on the street at night have be   More
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 WW Culture Staff

The One Motorcycle Show Revs Up this Saturday


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There's a certain kind of overwhelming envy that you experience toward that guy on the vintage motorcycle. Such a sight tends to evoke a man’s inner desire to quit his day job, leave his family, and become a land pirate for the rest of his days. (I'm assuming the same desire strikes many a woman.) If you haven’t caught the two-wheeled bug yet, perhaps you need to visit The One Motorcycle Show on ...   More
Tuesday, February 1, 2011 LEIGHTON COSSEBOOM

New Report: Does Motorycle Lane Sharing Cost Lives or Save Emissions?

Oregon is formally starting a discussion next week about whether or not to legalize lane sharing for motoryclists, also known as lane splitting or filtering. In a small first step, the Governor's Advisory Committee for Motorcycle Safety has planned a public meeting and released a report [PDF] on the practice, which is currently against the law in every state except California. Based on the ...   More
Monday, November 8, 2010 Jacob Pierce

Flora, Fauna, and Motorcycles

Have you ever found yourself wandering through a beautiful and idyllic garden, filled with specially bred flowers, wild and fragrant roses, surrounded by 400 year old historic oak trees and thought to yourself, “You know, this place is nice, but what it really needs is motorcycles”? If so, then you are in luck! Saturday, May 16 the Oregon Garden in Silverton plays host to the second ...   More
Sunday, April 5, 2009 Ryan Fleming


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