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1889 Washington’s Magazine Nov 7
Throughout renovations of this magnificent forest cabin, the architect never lost sight of the home’s original intent: to bring its occupants closer to nature.
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1859 Oregon’s Magazine Nov 8
Wondering how best to cellar beer? There are five simple rules to follow.
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Our photo share comes from of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness.
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1859 Oregon’s Magazine Nov 9
A great holiday recipe for a honey-brined turkey from our home grown chef, Thor Erickson. This roasted bird will be juicy and impart a subtle sweetness that will have everyone at your table asking for more.
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Afrodaddy's Jazz Sep 10
Portland-based author Zulema Renee Summerfield is getting high praise for her first novel, Every Other Weekend. "Novels come in all kinds of shapes. It really freed me to write a book in vignettes, and that's how the structure was decided."
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1889 Washington’s Magazine Nov 12
Hanford. Long shrouded in secrecy, this 586 square miles of desert in southeast Washington played a pivotal role in World War II and the Cold War.
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Flash Game Sep 27
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1859 Oregon’s Magazine Nov 4
Our pick is The Northwest Food & Wine Festival, happening Nov. 10 at the Oregon Convention Center. Wine, spirits, beer and incredible gourmet food from top chefs around the region, need we say more.
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1859 Oregon’s Magazine Nov 7
A traditional Tetherow home with modern details and a few rustic and industrial accents thrown in is our Wednesday pick this week. Photo by Heaven McArthur of Timberline Construction of Bend  
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1859 Oregon’s Magazine Nov 10
The Jennings Hotel is a superbly stylish passion project in the lively town of Joseph making it our choice.
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1889 Washington’s Magazine Nov 10
A behind-the-scenes look at fall fishing on the Columbia River from one fisherman's perspective. It's an art form all its own, with plenty of triumphs and struggles.
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1859 Oregon’s Magazine Oct 31
We are loving this tiny modern home nestled in a prairie at the edge of the Great Basin. This modest, shed-roofed home effortlessly blends in with its natural setting. - photo by Bronson Studio Photography
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1889 Washington’s Magazine Nov 8
Nothing beats a good cup of coffee––bonus points if your favorite coffee spot boasts ambience, too. These current coffee favorites of ours have an abundance of both.
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1889 Washington’s Magazine Nov 2
We don't know about you, but we are craving comfort-style fall food! Here are our top picks to try this month.
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1859 Oregon’s Magazine Nov 11
Oregon Ballet Theatre’s Xuan Cheng keeps raising the bar with hard work and training.
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1859 Oregon’s Magazine Nov 2
Nectar of the Gods: Old Blue Raw Honey comes in many (nuanced) flavors.
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1889 Washington’s Magazine Oct 31
For Wednesday we are taking a look back at two influential Seattle architects who transformed two dated houses into welcoming Mid-century family hubs.
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1889 Washington’s Magazine Nov 9
Don’t let the vintage facade of the Pacific Grill in Tacoma fool you, inside you’ll see that it has a modern and elegant ambience perfect for your date night plans.
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1889 Washington’s Magazine Nov 4
More than 130 chocolate confection artists come together for this two-day cocoa extravaganza in Seattle Nov. 10-11, making it our pick!
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