Monthly Archives: June 2017

Millions of ‘Sea Pickles’ Invade Northwest Waters – Live Science

The waters off the Oregon coast are mysteriously awash with strange, jelly-like creatures that look like translucent slugs, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). These bizarre organisms, called pyrosomes (Pyrosoma atlanticum), began appearing off Oregon’s coast in … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast News | Comments Off on Millions of ‘Sea Pickles’ Invade Northwest Waters – Live Science

Glowing, translucent pickle-looking creatures inundate Oregon coast – WXIA

A strange creature called a pyrosome has been appearing in abundance off the Oregon Coast. (Photos by Hilarie Sorensen/Samantha Zeman/NOAA) NEWPORT, Ore. — The ocean waters off the Oregon Coast are now full of strange looking creatures called pyrosomes that set … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast News | Comments Off on Glowing, translucent pickle-looking creatures inundate Oregon coast – WXIA

Coming soon to tiny Oregon towns: Total Eclipse of the sun | The …

MADRAS, Ore. — Just before sunrise, there’s typically nothing atop Round Butte but the whistle of the wind and a panoramic view of Oregon’s second-highest peak glowing pink in the faint light. But on Aug. 21, local officials expect this … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast Restaurants | Comments Off on Coming soon to tiny Oregon towns: Total Eclipse of the sun | The …

Oregon Coast Eclipse Traffic Could Be a ‘Cosmic Traffic Jam’

Oregon Coast Eclipse Traffic Could Be a ‘Cosmic Traffic Jam’ Published 06/29/2017 at 8:54 PM PDT – Updated 06/29/2017 at 8:55 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff (Oregon Coast) – Officials are predicting some one million extra people … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast Restaurants | Comments Off on Oregon Coast Eclipse Traffic Could Be a ‘Cosmic Traffic Jam’

The best parade you’ve heifer seen

Buy this photo Some parades are led by a Color Guard, others are led by a piper. But one, in the tiny town of Cloverdale, is led by a cow called Clover — and no-one would have it any other … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast Restaurants | Comments Off on The best parade you’ve heifer seen

Glowing, translucent pickle-looking creatures inundate Oregon Coast – WXIA

A strange creature called a pyrosome has been appearing in abundance off the Oregon Coast. (Photos by Hilarie Sorensen/Samantha Zeman/NOAA) NEWPORT, Ore. — The ocean waters off the Oregon Coast are now full of strange looking creatures called pyrosomes that set … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast News | Comments Off on Glowing, translucent pickle-looking creatures inundate Oregon Coast – WXIA

A top five for the Fourth – From the Editor – Oregon Coast Today

Assistant editor Quinn Buy this photo 1 GLENEDEN BEACH — Oft-ignored by visitors and coasties alike as they speed north and south along Highway 101, the secluded spur road that is Gleneden Beach Loop comes into its own every Fourth … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast News | Comments Off on A top five for the Fourth – From the Editor – Oregon Coast Today

Everyone’s a wiener, at Rockaway Beach

Photo by @harvickthedoxie Whether it’s a screaming rocket or a streaking wiener dog, Rockaway Beach has the Fourth of July celebrations covered. Now in their 75th year, the town’s celebrations begin in earnest at 11 am with the Independence Parade, … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast News | Comments Off on Everyone’s a wiener, at Rockaway Beach

Hands up if you want tickets

Composer, pianist and multi-instrumentalist Ben Cosgrove is visiting the Oregon Coast as part of his summer tour, performing a concert in Lincoln City on Thursday, July 6. Based in New England, Cosgrove performs regularly all over the country, writes scores … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast News | Comments Off on Hands up if you want tickets

Search for Beeswax shipwreck along north Oregon coast to resume …

ASTORIA – The search for the elusive Beeswax shipwreck along the northern Oregon coast will begin again in July, the Maritime Archaeological Society announced Thursday. The wreck, named for the large lumps of beeswax that have been found scattered along the … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Coast News | Comments Off on Search for Beeswax shipwreck along north Oregon coast to resume …