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At 'Demolition Zone', Customers Break A Sweat, Among Other Things

Is your job stressing you out? How about politics? There are many things that can get Oregonians uptight, even angry. A Glenwood business says it has just the outlet for those needing to blow-off steam.

NW Life | Flora and Fauna | Food | Science | local

Northwest Huckleberries Could Be Close To Domestication

Wild huckleberries growing across the Northwest have never been domesticated for commercial production, but new research could change that. 

NW Life | Food | local

'The Four Top': Sarah Marshall | Sara Bir | Heather Arndt Anderson

What's the science behind canning and why is it no longer dangerous? What are the weirdest things in the urban landscape that you can eat? What's the backstory on the preservation of food? And why are canners and fermenters at loggerheads?

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See Beauty Through The Eyes Of A Master Cartographer

One of Oregon's great cartographers, Dave Imus, shares his next big map.

Pacific Ocean | local | Arts | Sustainability | NW Life | Environment

Beach Bling: How Trash Becomes Treasure At The Oregon Coast

Look closely at the colors decorating the sand beneath your feet and you’ll find a surprising amount of something that doesn’t belong: trash. One woman has a unique solution for what to do with it. 

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Tin House Gathering Erupts Over Wells Tower Reading

A reading at last week's summer workshop underscores the fundamental challenges of making institutions more inclusive.

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End Of An Icon: Historic Nelson House Burned In Substation Fire

For years it stood alone, tucked into a hollow on the high plains of Oregon. Now it's gone. Oregon lost the iconic Charles Nelson House to the ongoing Substation Fire.

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Marylhurst University's Art Gym Finds New Home

A mainstay in the northwest contemporary art scene is saved from closure by the Oregon College of Art and Craft.

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The Magic Of Musician Richard Swift

Band mates and colleagues remember the Cottage Grove producer and multi-instrumentalist as an iconoclastic force in indie rock.

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Oregon Family Waits For Remains Of Korean War Soldier

Almost 7,700 Americans are still unaccounted for after the Korean War. One of them is Cpl. Wayne Barton Gill Jr.