Monthly Archives: April 2017

EAST COAST CANNABIS: The Proverbial Genie is out of the Bottle

With now 28 states and the Washington D.C. supporting legalization of medical and/or recreational marijuana, there should be an earnest sense of wrapping up loose ends on the east coast. The reality is a little more complex, with a lot … Continue reading

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Honing its dynamic pricing formula, Vacasa wants to make homeowners more cash than Airbnb

With updates to its dynamic pricing system, Vacasa wants to offer smartly priced vacation rentals with an algorithm that takes everything and the kitchen sink into account. A self-described tortoise to Airbnb’s hare, the Portland-based tech-fueled property management company argues that automated pricing in … Continue reading

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Parade, Carnival and Historic Boat Tour on Central Oregon Coast in May

Parade, Carnival and Historic Boat Tour on Central Oregon Coast in May Published 04/30/2017 at 6:03 AM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff (Newport, Oregon) – Take a boat ride through Oregon coast history in May, or indulge in … Continue reading

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Oregon Coast Mountain Bike Race Gets Gnarly, Dirty but Scenic, May 7

Oregon Coast Mountain Bike Race Gets Gnarly, Dirty but Scenic, May 7 Published 04/28/2017 at 6:33 PM PDT – Updated 04/28/2017 at 6:53 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff (Newport, Oregon) – May 7 will get downright dirty … Continue reading

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Honing its dynamic pricing formula, Vacasa wants to make …

With updates to its dynamic pricing system, Vacasa wants to offer smartly priced vacation rentals with an algorithm that takes everything and the kitchen sink into account. A self-described tortoise to Airbnb’s hare, the Portland-based tech-fueled property management company argues that automated pricing in … Continue reading

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kengo kuma hangs sudare screens above japanese restaurant in portland

kengo kuma has designed the interiors of a new japanese restaurant opened in the west-coast city of portland, oregon. ‘shizuku by chef naoko’ will be the home for the latest japanese culinary destination that combines handmade asian dishes, all set … Continue reading

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Ask Oregon: Camping on the Coast Near Historic Towns

Question: Where can we go tent camping on the Oregon Coast close to a historic town we can explore? Answer:There are several Oregon Coast towns that were incorporated in the 19th Century, that are fun to explore today and have … Continue reading

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16 Spring Break destinations around Oregon for 2017

It’s been a long winter on Mount Hood, which should mean a snowier experience come spring break. That doesn’t bode well for hikers, but it’s great news for skiers, snowshoers, tubers and snowboarders, who should still be able to find … Continue reading

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Oregon Coast Spring Break Highlights: Many Levels of Fun

Oregon Coast Spring Break Highlights: Many Levels of Fun Published 03/11/2017 at 7:03 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff (Oregon Coast) – So much Oregon coast – so little time for spring break. (Above: wreck of the Peter … Continue reading

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Take a look inside the West Coast’s first Cracker Barrel

The 644th Cracker Barrel location is almost ready to open.  Parked next to Tualatin’s Nyberg Rivers shopping center, the Southern-themed restaurant and its popular front porch will open at 6 a.m. on April 17 with 172 seats and lots of Oregon-inspired decor. … Continue reading

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