What’s old, as in 1791, is new, and that’s the joy of it for a group of 100 Gorge musicians.
On the road again … After a brief hometown reprieve from the road, Hood River native Alex Titus and fiancée Maggie McDonell are again on two wheels and headed south with the geese, continuing their 18-month, 17,000 mile bicycling journey from the Arctic Circle to Tierra del Fuego in southern Argentina.
CAST tackles dark classic that taps ‘the pulse of truth or illusion’
What is truth, and what is an illusion?
Under Way: Eight years in the making, Mariana finds water — what will be home port for Hood River man’s giant catamaran?
One of the largest boats ever launched at the Port of Hood River is safely in the water, but the catamaran Mariana remains in an uncertain position: what will be its home port?
In many cultures, the September equinox is a sign of fall (autumn) in the northern hemisphere. In Greek mythology fall is associated with when the goddess Persephone returns to the underworld to be with her husband Hades. It was supposedly a good time to enact rituals for protection and security as well as reflect on successes or failures from the previous months.
Outdoor gallery of large sculptures graces the waterfront, downtown
Two notations about sculptures in the new “Big Art” walking art gallery: one of them spins, and the other is not yet in place.
Ellen Dittebrandt’s gifts are already missed.
Kids get into the getting out
Thinking of an educational adventure for your kids next summer?
Want to have some fun in these last days of summer? Here’s a selection of things to do in the Gorge in the next week or so.
Composer Christina Rusnak wants to let you hear what a wilderness area sounds like.
Phase 2 is complete at Waterfront Park, seven years after a 2007 start that saw some skeptics
Sunbathers, soccer players, sandcastle builders and snugglers.
Thinking of a blackberry binge?
One of the great things about the Fair is meeting up with friends you haven’t seen for a while.
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Except for bears — bears will kill you.”
They were the coolest guys in town. Literally and figuratively. Four Hood River law enforcement officers dumped water on their own heads Friday in the parking lot of Hood River Supply. 41 buckets of ice water.
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