Category Archives: Oregon Coast Things To Do

The Top Places To Go In America That Aren’t NY, LA And Las Vegas

There’s so much more to take a bite out of other than The Big Apple. So you’ve booked a trip to America.  Let me guess — you’re going to New York.  You’ve got your tickets to Cats or Les Mis, … Continue reading

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Famous Ships From ‘Pirates of the Caribbean,’ Docking At The Oregon Coast

Fred Moore / Flickr If you are looking for something fun to do this year, mark your calendars now as you don’t want to miss this event happening in Newport! These “Tall Ships” will be docking at the Oregon Coast … Continue reading

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Good Morning, News: We’re Evacuating the Carolinas, a Mental Health Center Messes Up & No More Cheap Subs

Tweet Stay up to date on Portland news and politics. Looking for fun? Here are the best Things to Do in Portland today. RECORD SCRATCH: Yep, that’s me. How did I get up here, above the Double Barrel on Division? … Continue reading

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FAB Fest Features Randall Platt

Submitted by Susanne Bacon. Do you remember a time when you were “oh so above” reading young adult (YA) literature because you thought yourself finally grown up? And do you find that the more grown-up you are, the more often … Continue reading

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A Dance Party at a Plane in the Woods, Comic Con and 12 Other Things to Do and See in Portland Sept. 5-11

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Statesman Journal launches new ‘Explore Oregon Podcast’

Buy Photo The Explore Oregon Podcast(Photo: Statesman Journal file)Buy Photo Statesman Journal reporters Zach Urness and David Davis have created a new podcast that brings Oregon’s outdoors to life. The “Explore Oregon Podcast” showcases tips on traveling to our state’s most … Continue reading

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Whales and Hidden Spots a Regular Part of This Tiny Oregon Coast Wonder: Depoe Bay Video

Whales and Hidden Spots a Regular Part of This Tiny Oregon Coast Wonder: Depoe Bay Video Published 07/31/2018 at 5:21 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection Staff (Depoe Bay, Oregon) – Whales, spectacular storm-like waves and plenty of hidden … Continue reading

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Jump Out of a 747 On the Roof of This Stunning Oregon Waterpark

Hospitality Online Summer is more than just a season, it’s an experience, and your summer won’t be complete without a trip to Wings And Waves Waterpark in McMinnville Oregon.  This one of a kind waterpark in the scenic Willamette Valley … Continue reading

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Beeswax wreck research begins to sink mystery – Tillamook Headlight

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Study: Eugene might be at lower risk from a big quake

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — New research from the University of Oregon delivers what may be a sliver of good news — if it can be called that — for the Eugene-Springfield area as the Pacific Northwest prepares for what scientists … Continue reading

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