A 3.5 mile paved trail that bisects Canby and offers bikers, skaters, walkers and runners a quiet, long stretch of trail they can exercise on. It starts at 13th Avenue in South Canby and runs to the Willamette River in North Canby.
One of Portland’s oldest cultural organizations is also one of its most interesting.
There are many people I know that have avoided Earth Science classes, equating it with a class in trigonometry.
Creating something unique is what Ray Peck, and his wife, Diane Weisenberg, wanted when they opened Wind Horse Coffee and Tea in Milwaukie.
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Sitting in downtown Portland, surrounded by theaters, museums and wonderful 12-block park, the Portland Art Museum is the center of discovery.
Have you ever created your own cartoon or played Connect Four with giant robotic arms? Have you ever been inside a real submarine or made flubber in a science lab?
Two year old Violet Johnson stood and stared in amazement.
Sure, she had seen elephants in her books at home, but had never seen the real thing.
"I think it's beautiful. I like being in it," says Angela Jennings. "I love the stairs."