At 31 years of age, Todd Koonce doesn’t quite fit the demographic of others in his line of work, but he manages to thrive in a “dying breed.” “I trust him not only on my personal rifles, but on my work rifle where I’m going to end up saving somebody’s life,”—Josh Edmiston, Salem SWAT sniper
Albina was once the hottest neighborhood for jazz in Portland, where Etta, Louis, and Thelonious jammed late into the night. But then the bulldozers came and took the music away—along with so much more
Life is better than it used to be for these chimpanzees—but they’re still not where they belong
With regulations looming, the future of the vaping industry is clouded in uncertainty
Why take your board to the coast when you can catch a wave on the whitewater?
Rick Roy travels far and wide in search of gold—brewer’s gold—to create a unique flavor that’s luring beer lovers to the tiny town of Burns, Oregon
College-aged women are selling their eggs for thousands of dollars. A great deal—except for the costs that come with it
“When I’m a loss at things, Gale makes up for it. When Gale’s a loss at things, I make up for it.” – Steve Robinson
When tragedy strikes, what’s the best way to lift someone’s spirit? The answer may surprise you (and make you laugh)
She needed to talk. He wasn’t ready to listen.