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You have to ski these 5 epic volcanoes

It may seem a little backwards to look for skiing and snowboarding on literal piles of lava, but volcano skiing is one mountain adventure that needs to be on any snow-slider’s list. From the Cascade Range in the Pacific Northwest toShow More Summary

UFC on FOX 21 staff picks: Which Vancouver fights appear to be a coin flip for our pickers?

The UFC returns to the Pacific Northwest this week, and to Canada for the second time this year, when UFC on FOX 21 takes place in Vancouver. Check out our main card picks inside.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

Q&A: Dylan Wald

Getting To Know: Dylan Wald Dylan Wald is from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He studied at Minnesota Dance Theatre & the Dance Institute, where he became an apprentice in 2012, and Pacific Northwest Ballet School. He attended summer courses at Pacific Northwest Ballet, the School of American Ballet, The Juilliard School, and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. Show More Summary

The Boarding House Society

This past week, I made my annual visit to the Pacific Northwest and to Portland, Ore. I usually will drive by and look at the two houses that I lived in while growing up. This year, I was shocked to learn that I couldn't afford to live in Portland any more. Show More Summary

Johanna Warren – “circlenot astraight”

Earlier this month, celestial Pacific Northwest songwriter Johanna Warren announced her new album, Gemini I (the first of twin albums) with the sweeping “Hungry Ghost.” “circle not astraight,” the album’s second single, is more subdued but no less powerful — it’s a haunting piano ballad that reminds of me Sia’s “Breathe Me,” of all things, […]

Yoga teacher builds a meditative 168-square foot tiny house haven

Grim built the 22-foot home with the help of her carpenter friend Rudy Hexler and an apprentice named Lenny in 2015. The tiny house sits quietly in the wooded Pacific Northwest and took only six months and USD $38,500 to complete. AShow More Summary

This Tiny, Spectacular Cabin Could Be Yours for the Low, Low Price Of…

Oh, let's just overlook the cost and focus on the coziness of this Pacific Northwest getaway.

Global Warming Has Now Made the Northwest Passage a Thing

Over a century ago, explorers dreamed of a Northwest Passage, a route from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic by plying the waterways north of Canada, threading through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, huge icy islands north of Canada. Show More Summary

5 of Our Favorite Pacific Northwest Photographers to Follow on Instagram

Even though things are changing with longer videos, algorithm changes and more, Instagram continues to surge as today’s premiere social media network, having surpassed 400 million users late last year. Of course, your feed is only as good as who you follow, so a strong set of accounts is paramount in getting the most out of Instagram. […]

Say Hello to the Gorgeous Neo-Soul of Blossom

Emilly Prado Blossom performing at the Pickathon music festival. All photos by Emilly Prado. At the tender age of 12, Keisha Blossom Rennia Diana Chiddick began touring with her uncle’s steel drum band around the Pacific Northwest. Unknowingly...Show More Summary

A massive earthquake in the Pacific Northwest is even more likely than scientists once thought

Pacific Northwest residents have always known they live under the threat of an eventual earthquake, but recent research bumped up the likelihood that a megaquake will hit in the next 50 years. Those living in Northern Oregon, including...Show More Summary

Being an Outsider in Your Own Home

I’m currently on a 7-week road trip with my folks, traveling up through British Columbia, Yukon, Alaska the Pacific Northwest, and down the California coast. It’s a trip that includes about a half-dozen National Parks. We are camping with a small (two person) teardrop trailer and a tent. Show More Summary

THIS IS WHY WE DO DISASTER PREP: A Major Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest Looks Even Likelier….

THIS IS WHY WE DO DISASTER PREP: A Major Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest Looks Even Likelier.

Apple thought to be seeking vast expanses of office space in Seattle

Real estate companies in the Pacific Northwest are allegedly "buzzing" that a large California business, presumably Apple, is eyeing Seattle for potential expansion.

Science News: What Might Be Worse Than Climate Change? What Kind of Scientist Hates Social Media?

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Ethan Linck Where does this man end and nature begin? Oleh Pershyn/shutterstock.com Junipers, The Tree That Ate The West:In the Pacific Northwest, the Western Juniper (Juniperus occindentalus) is found in arid country east of the Cascades, its short, conical form dotting hillsides and mesas from Chelan to the Owyhee. Show More Summary

Pete’s Dragon

A 4-year-old boy sits in the backseat as his parents drive through the sun-dappled Pacific Northwest forest. “We’re on an adventure,” his mother tells him, and when the boy asks if the adventure won’t be a little bit scary, his dad smiles in the rearview mirror. Show More Summary

Cheaper, more powerful electric car batteries are on the horizon

The White House recently announced the creation of the Battery500 Consortium, a multidisciplinary group led by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and working to reduce the cost of vehicle battery technologies. Show More Summary

Live Boxing this Thursday in Harlem, Montana

2 weeks agoSports / Boxing : FightNews.com

By Ricardo Ibarra On Thursday evening at the Fort Belknap Casino in Harlem, Montana, Pacific Northwest amateur stand-out Patrick Ferguson (3-0, 3 KOs) will headline a boxing card as a professional for the first time in his young career, taking … Continue reading ? The post Live Boxing this Thursday in Harlem, Montana appeared first on Boxing News.

Subduction zone earthquakes off Oregon, Washington more frequent than previous estimates

A new analysis suggests that massive earthquakes on northern sections of the Cascadia Subduction Zone, affecting areas of the Pacific Northwest that are more heavily populated, are somewhat more frequent than has been believed in the past. The chance of one occurring within the next 50 years is also slightly higher than previously estimated.

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