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Northern Convergence: The Sea to the Sky Highway in British Columbia (the Sky wins)

10 hours agoAcademics / Geology : Geotripper

Porteau Cove Provincial Park We are continuing our "Northern Convergence" journey through Canada and the Pacific Northwest. Our last post saw us observing the geology in and around Vancouver Island and Goldstream Provincial Park, and having a look at the story poles (totem poles) of the First Nations people. Show More Summary

Weekend Photo

When I first arrived in Bavaria as someone who was from the recent Pacific Northwest the thing that amazed me was how I was surrounded by very old structures and history. Share on Tumblr

CascadiaWire: PDX Gets a Hybrid Chinese Restaurant and Brewery; A Scandalous Week in Vancouver

yesterdayNews : The Newsroom

Welcome back to CascadiaWire, covering the latest restaurant news from up-and-down the Pacific Northwest corridor. PORTLAND— One of Portland's most anticipated fall openings made it official earlier this week: BTU Brasserie, the city's first-ever hybrid Chinese restaurant and brewery, is...

CascadiaWire: An Iconic Seattle Closure; a Scandalous Week in Vancouver

Welcome to CascadiaWire, a weekly collection of restaurant news from up-and-down the Pacific Northwest corridor. SEATTLE— Iconic Central District restaurant Catfish Corner has shuttered. The soul food restaurant started serving fried catfish with homemade tartar sauce and hush puppies in...

Daily 2 Cents: Shipton's Yeti Footprint Photographs On Sale -- 15th Human Foot Washes Ashore In Pacific Northwest -- Sewer Fishing

Shipton's Yeti footprint photographs on sale at Christie's In 1951 Sen Tensing, Shipton, and I descended from the Menlung La... at about 16,000-17,000 feet we came across a whole series of footprints in the snow, on the lower part of the glacier. Show More Summary

Fifteenth foot/shoe washes ashore

3 days agoOdd : Boing Boing

Yet another sneaker containing a dismembered foot washed up along the Pacific Northwest coast, the 15th since 2007. This New Balance viral marketing campaign has gone too far. (Thanks, JLW!)

Pacific Northwest Software Symposium - Oct 17 - 19, 2014

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Pacific Northwest Software Symposium, Oct 17 - 19, 2014. Catch these Featured Sessions

Northern Convergence: Stories on Trees, the Totems of the Northwestern First Nations

During the flurry of planning for our Northern Convergence journey through Canada and the Pacific Northwest, I was barely keeping up with the geology, and any background information on the anthropology/archaeology of the region fell to my colleague from our anthropology department. Show More Summary

Bears starters no match for Seahawks in 34-6 loss

SEATTLE — The sun-splashed, 75-degree evening that welcomed the Bears to the Pacific Northwest on Friday offered a reminder that this is August, when the games don't count in the standings. It's a reminder they sorely needed when looking up at the CenturyLink...

CascadiaWire: Aragona in Seattle Closes; Where to Eat in Victoria

last weekNews : The Newsroom

Welcome to CascadiaWire, a weekly collection of restaurant news from up-and-down the Pacific Northwest corridor. SEATTLE— News broke yesterday that after eight short months, Aragona, the downtown Spanish concept from Jason Stratton, is closing September 6. Best known for his...

CascadiaWire: Aragona in Seattle Closes; Where to Eat in Victoria

Welcome to CascadiaWire, a weekly collection of restaurant news from up-and-down the Pacific Northwest corridor. SEATTLE— News broke yesterday that after eight short months, Aragona, the downtown Spanish concept from Jason Stratton, is closing September 6. Best known for his...

Railroad says it’s trying to catch up with demand - AgMinute for August 20, 2014

Rail capacity issues in the Pacific Northwest and Northern Plains mean less railcar availability for farmers expecting large harvests. The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway is working to address the problem, a spokeswoman says. Click here for the full story

'Intruders': BBC America's newest 'doesn't treat the audience like idiots'

A couple of minutes after tuning in to most shows, viewers usually know what to expect.But with BBC America's "Intruders" premiering Saturday (Aug. 23), nothing is obvious. Set in the Pacific Northwest, "Intruders" is many genres: crime,...Show More Summary

Strippers, sensimilla, and Seahawks: PFT Commenter goes to Seattle

The Ultimate NFL fan takes a journey to the Pacific Northwest for a preseason game and so much more. We sent the ultimate NFL fan to the ultimate NFL stadium experience. All spelling errors are intentional (we think), but this is about telling, not spelling. Show More Summary

Iced tea vs. hot tea: which is better on a hot day?

last weekFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

We’ve nearly reached the peak of the summer, and it is hot in most places around the country, even here in the Pacific Northwest. With there being no sign of the temperatures Continue reading ? The post Iced tea vs. hot tea: which is better on a hot day? appeared first on T Ching.

Pacific Northwest Trail – cougar

GearJunkie contributing editor Jeff Kish is hiking the 1,200-mile Pacific Northwest Trail this summer. Check one of Jeff’s photo rich trip reports – Alone With Lions: Thru-Hiking The ‘PNT’ Thanks Kolby.

Coal Export Terminal Plan Nixed by Oregon Agency

This is the latest in a series of wins for opponents of coal company plans to move coal through the Pacific Northwest on the way to Asian markets. But two major plans in Washington State, out of six original proposals, are still pending.

Railroad is trying to catch up with demand- AgMinute for August 15, 2014

Rail capacity issues in the Pacific Northwest and Northern Plains mean less railcar availability for farmers expecting large harvests. The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway is working to address the problem, a spokeswoman says. Click here for the full story

Prevalence of HSV Type 2 Decreases Among Pregnant Women in the Pacific Northwest

In a study that included approximately 15,000 pregnant women, seroprevalence of herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 2 decreased substantially between 1989 and 2010 while there was no overall decrease for HSV type 1, but a slight increase among black women, according to a study in the August 20 issue of JAMA.

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