Travel

ROBERT POTTS
Food, History, Travel

48 Hours in ASTORIA

STORY BY MARIE SHERLOCK FOR THE FULL PRINT EDITORIAL VERSION OF THE STORY CLICK HERE Sometimes called “Little San Francisco” because of its steep hills dotted with Victorian mansions, Astoria offers fascinating history interspersed with great restaurants, breweries, and art galleries. POP QUIZ: WHAT’S the oldest American settlement west of […]

Footprints in sand
Outdoor, Travel

In Her Footsteps

STORY BY BONNIE HENDERSON FOR THE FULL PRINT EDITORIAL VERSION OF THE STORY CLICK HERE FIRST THERE WERE animals, leaving footsteps in the sand and wearing paths through the dunes and headlands. Then came people—walking the beaches, following the game trails, and forging new trails. Half of those people—the first […]

PHOTO BY DIANA KIRK
History, Travel

Laying Tracks

An Astoria teenager helps rebuild and preserve an antique steam locomotive. STORY BY DAN HAAG FOR THE FULL PRINT EDITORIAL VERSION OF THE STORY CLICK HERE IT’S EASY TO assume today’s teenagers spend their time glued to social media or playing video games. But then you meet someone like Ryder […]