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Neon Blue Waves Caught In Mind-Blowing Photos On Oregon Coast

This incredible phenomenon is nothing short of incredible. It's known as bioluminescent sand and waves, and it might be more common than you think....

Oregon’s Most Infamous Shipwreck: Then and Now

On October 25, 1906, the sailing vessel Peter Iredale was bound from Salina Cruz, Mexico to Portland, Oregon when she ran into trouble trying...

Famous Tall Ships Headed for the Oregon Coast in October

There is something quite majestic about the famous tall ships. The Lady Washington has been featured in movies and series including "Pirates of the...

There’s Another Video Rental Store in Oregon Most People Don’t Know...

In 2004, Blockbuster had more than 9,000 stores nationwide. Today only one remains. Contrary to what most people probably believe right now, the Blockbuster...

The Bowpicker in Astoria Has Fish & Chips To Die For

Astoria is not only home to The Goonies, but the best little fishing boat in town serving up some mouthwatering fish and chips. Bowpicker Fish...

World-Famous Clam Chowder in Astoria at Mo’s

From Florence to Cannon Beach, if you've had knock-you-off-your-feet clam chowder on Oregon's coast, you were probably at Mo's Restaurant. June 22 marks the...

Oregon Coast Road Trip: Best Attractions Along Hwy 101

Highway 101 is a beautiful, winding highway that leads you through quaint coastal towns and past spectacular views on the Oregon Coast. Believe it or...

17 Great (And Not So Great) Movies Filmed On The Oregon...

Beginning with “The Fisherman’s Bride,” the first film shot in Astoria, Oregon in 1908, more than 300 major motion pictures have been filmed in...

The Goonies Are Celebrating the Film’s 30th Anniversary in Oregon

If you're reading this, chances are you live in Oregon. And if you are from Oregon and not a fan of The Goonies, I'd...

VIDEO: Here’s 7 Goonies Facts You (Probably) Didn’t Know!

Here's 7 facts about The Goonies that were pretty cool. When are we going to get the sequel?  

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