Exit COVID, enter monkeypox.
Why do so many intersections in Southeast and Northeast Portland make you push a button to get a green signal to cross the street?
I know anti-theft wheel locks on shopping carts are designed to trip at the edge of the lot, but how?
Gas prices are too high, so I’m going to bike more and spend the money I save on beer to help fuel the rides.
I heard Washington recently named pickleball its state sport.
Why did so many trees break and split with the freak April snow?
I’m thinking of doing a boneheaded challenge of trying to survive underwater in an oxygen-pressurized half dome for 50 hours.
A few days ago, a checkout person at my local overpriced organic supermarket visibly recoiled from my lack of a mask.
Lately, some of my Bay Area-based co-workers have gotten into “microdosing,” using small amounts of psychedelics to boost creativity and mood.
I’m always amused by the inscription on a building at Southwest 11th and Alder.