Faces of the Northwest

Meet the faces behind some of the best businesses in the Pacific Northwest.

If you’ve ever visited Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, you may have noticed the building that houses the Madrona MindBody Institute. What most people don’t realize, is that the institute isn’t just for Port Townsend area residents, visitors can join in on a variety of drop-in classes too,… Read More

The Northwest is famous for its opportunities for whale watching, and in this week’s Faces of the Northwest, our regular series featuring Q&A interviews with small business owners and tourism professionals in the region, we’ll get an in-depth look at Puget Sound Express, which offers guaranteed whale watching tours in… Read More

Oregon is famous for its breathtaking scenery – an taking those jaw-dropping landscapes in from above is truly an unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime experience. In this week’s Faces of the Northwest, our regular series featuring Q&A interviews with small business owners and tourism professionals in the Northwest, we’ll meet Corey Rust of… Read More

Faces of the Northwest is our regular series featuring Q&A interviews with small business owners and tourism professionals that help make the Northwest such a wonderful place to visit and live. Today we’re talking with Laura O. Foster, author and publisher of Columbia Gorge Getaways: 12 Weekend Adventures, from Towns… Read More

This week we just published our round-up of the best Northwest roadside attractions and thought we’d feature one of our favorites on the blog this week! Spud Drive-In Theater is home to the world’s largest potato – although it’s concrete, so you might want to look elsewhere for hunger pains…. Read More