Are you grilling burgers this holiday weekend? We went to Adam Reid, the owner of Best Burger and BBQ in Southeast Portland to get some tips on making the perfect hamburger.
More people are turning to the Internet - instead of an invite - when it comes to sharing their walk down the aisle.
"You can sort of putt putt and just go for a beautiful drive on the trails or you can go on things that you would never imagine a vehicle would go over."
New diets and exercise plans are constantly popping up in the media and our daily conversations, but when does health go from a common consideration to an unhealthy obsession? A local doctor said awareness is growing locally around orthorexia, an obsession to consume only healthy foods that can leave sufferers far from well.
"Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait" brings together items from the late singer's London childhood, her stage-school years and her short but stratospheric career in music — from her first guitar to a posthumous Grammy Award.
The growth of the mountain biking sport increased the chance for trail conflicts among cyclists, hikers, runners ... so many mountain bikers are joining with other trail users to tackle on-the-ground projects to improve the trail system
Hundreds of tourists and New Yorkers show up each day at the famed TKTS booth in the heart of Times Square with questions about Broadway shows. Often they're very interesting questions.
While Eugene is home to many start-up breweries, the owners of the recently founded "Viking Braggot Company" say their beer is different. "This style was pioneered by vikings ... combining elements of honey and beer," co-founder McTavish said.
Authorities say those people using New York City's new bike-sharing program have logged more than a million miles in less than a month.
You know the old saying 'all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.' Don't be like Jack - make some plans now to have some fun.
Units with this designation offer comprehensive services to treat all medical and surgical problems of newborns.
Well-known aerialist Nik Wallenda embarked Sunday afternoon on a walk without a safety net or harness, 1,500 feet above the Little Colorado River Gorge in northeastern Arizona.
When the Concorde started flying in the 1970s, hopes were high that the traveling masses would soon streak through the air faster than the speed of sound or soar in planes that hurtled like missiles above the earth's atmosphere. Instead, jetliners still look the same as they did five decades ago and travel times have barely budged.
Multnomah Falls is the main attraction in the western Columbia River Gorge, but just a few miles to the west is another jewel: the exposed 1,600-foot bluff called Angel's Rest.
All-terrain vehicle riders planning long-distance trips in northern New Hampshire no longer have to haul their machines between breaks in the trail thanks to a new 1,000-mile interconnected trail system.