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Coastal Book Bonanza

Coastal carvings, local oddities, an “Indian country” mystery, and the story of how Oregon’s beaches became a public right—these four recently published books are a must-read for those with an interest in all things Oregon Coast. Carving Out A Life Brian McEneny(Dancing Moon Press; 2018) You can peruse Brian McEneny’s […]

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Transit to the Coast

Want to bypass the car and enjoy the scenery to and along the Oregon Coast? It’s an easy and convenient option with the NWConnector, an alliance of public transit providers with transportation options from Portland, Salem, or Corvallis to the coast, or from Astoria south along Highway 101 to Yachats. […]

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Aquarium “Seapunk”

Calling all Jules Verne and steampunk aficionados—the Oregon Coast Aquarium’s newest exhibit, Seapunk: Powered by Imagination, opens on May 25. The exhibit is modeled after the subgenre of science fiction, art, technology, and fashion inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery known as steampunk. Seapunk: Powered by Imagination shows a new […]