What do you think of when you think of “golf clothes”? If you’re anything like me, it’s a combination of Ted Knight’s old-man country-club lewks from Caddyshack and a jaunty Scottish cap out of the old Disney cartoon Donald’s Golf Game.
Last December, Portland stoner metal icons Red Fang released a bottle with Teutonic Wines. Apparently, they also play golf together, too.
And twerking and painting and golfing…
For years, it’s been the most disproportionate punishment in Portland. Hop on a MAX train without a $2.50 ticket and TriMet will levy a $175 fine on the first offense.
Their latest hole? The giant Yard building on Burnside.
Bandon Dunes sits on the southern Oregon coast, four and a half hours from Portland.
The city's golf courses have been steadily losing money for at least five years.
Although Woodstock is the only commercial district lying anywhere near Reed College, there’s no part of the city less redolent of college towns, though a whiff of professorial housing does linger.
Only incorporated into the city proper in the 1980s, East Portland has rapidly become one of the fastest-growing, youngest and most diverse swaths of the city.