Portland, in all of its glory and culture, has a serious dearth of things to do for its underage residents. Heck, even most restaurants close by 10 p.m. and leave nary but bars to inhabit, leaving those who don’t drink (or aren’t yet old enough) with little to do.
Portland’s longest-running mixed martial arts series is scheduled to continue Saturday night with a fight card featuring up-and-coming fighters from around the Pacific Northwest.
After an arduous offseason and its first training camp last weekend, the Portland State women’s volleyball team is full of confidence about its workouts and the schedule the team faces in the upcoming season.
Consider the usual hustle and bustle around the Rose Quarter on event nights. What would you have if, instead of the usual hubbub, the event was spread across the outdoor area and featured dozens of half-court setups with hundreds of three-person squads vying for bragging rights while also raising money for a good cause? You would have Street Jam.
Portland State sprinter Karene King competed on behalf of her home country of the British Virgin Islands at the Central American and Caribbean Sport Games held last week in Mayaguez, Pureto Rico.
This summer has been an exciting one for basketball fans. The flow of news and rumors has been very active, from LeBron James’ decision to join the Miami Heat to our hometown Portland Trail Blazers making big draft-day trades and acquisitions since.
As Josh Stalcup stared down Dustin Hardisty just before their mixed martial arts bout got underway, Karena Stalcup watched her son with rapt attention and a clenched jaw.
Drew Brees was the man of the hour—literally.
During rain or shine in Portland—okay, mostly rain—there are various parks and places to visit that offer a host of activities and pleasant sights.
Renting near Portland State’s urban campus is no miserly endeavor. Many students elect to reside as close to their classes as possible, and cost issues will mean dormitory life for many of you.
The Full Contact Fighting Federation will host Rumble at the Roseland 52, a mixed martial arts event featuring fighters from several weight classes in an octagon cage. There will be two main events, with a champion to be declared in both genders.