Oregonians, the next time you do a search for “nearest In-N-Out Burger locations”, you won’t have to leave the state! Yes, Oregon can finally say that they have an In-N-Out Burger! Oregon’s In-In-Out Burger Location Is….
This is a question we’ve seen asked many times lately. You may be asking it yourself if you’re struggling to pay your increased rental rates. Is Portland becoming another San Francisco? Here’s a recent comment from Reddit user, PDXBlazerGuy: “My rent for my studio is being raised to $1350 next month (cause I’m on a […]
These friends are worried about moving to Portland: “My friend and I would love to go to Portland because it seems to be the best city in the United States. Me and my friend are both black and i just saw a documentary about white nationalism in Portland (volksfront). What I wonder is whether it […]
The Eugene Register Guard has reported that a coyote is hanging around their building. They go on to say that he’s probably feeding on nutria in the area. Nutria? We had to look that one up. According to Nutria.com, they’re rodents smaller than beavers, but larger than muskrats. They also mention that unless he bothers […]
Watch out Salem! You’ve got evil owls waiting in the shadows ready to attack. The Statesman Journal is reporting on more owl on human attacks: “I was running up a steep little hill near the softball fields and felt this sharp scrape,” Radke said. “I originally thought it was an overhanging thorny branch, but I’ve […]
Lardo, a PDX favorite restaurant who started out as a food cart, recently posted this image on their Instagram account. It definitely got people talking: “I wouldn’t be surprised if this guy drove a prius that gets worse gas mileage and has a giant lithium, 100,000 mile lithium battery sitting under it just waiting to […]
This custom blown pint glass has Mt. Hood molded right into the base! Portland’s North Drinkware says this about it: We made The Oregon Pint because we wanted a glass with a connection to the places where we live and play. North Drinkware used real United States Geological Survey (USGS) data (depicting ridges, canyons, and […]