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MANY Portland March 2016 Events: Festivals, Easter, St Patrick’s Day, Concerts, Theater, & More

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Spring is in the air and there are many great events this March in Portland including Easter & St Patrick’s events, concerts, festivals, theater, and much more! You can find updates on PDX Pipeline’s March events calendar here.

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Portland Scavenger Hunt & Sightseeing Tour | Win Tickets + Discounts

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This summer, treat the whole family to a city wide scavenger hunt with Urban Adventure Quest, which turns Portland into a giant game board! Read the rest of this entry »

Portland July 4th, 2015 Events: Fireworks, Festivals, Parties, & More

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July 4th weekend is nearly here and there are many Portland July 4th weekend events including parties, dinners, shows, etc. In 2015, July 4th falls on Saturday, so there will be parties all weekend!

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Portland’s Sinful Past Walking Tours: Shanghaiers, Saloons & Skullduggery

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East Portland Waterfront 1898
[East Portland Waterfront 1898]

As a nexus for labor and shipping in the Pacific Northwest, Portland often had the repute of a rugged, rough and tumble town, more than willing to allow the miners, loggers, and fishermen an opportunity to part with their hard earned cash in whatever debaucherous manner they chose.

In addition to the shanghaiers and con men, always on the prowl, saloons, gambling halls and bordellos also thrived in “Whitechapel,” “The North End,” or Old Town, as we know it today. Some of these storied establishments have come and gone, but others have survived, and many say that Portland, or “Strip City,” still has that vulgar and rugged reputation to this day.

Join Historian Doug Kenck-Crispin as we visit locations of famous saloons, bars and bordellos, card rooms and gambling dens, some of which are still in operation today! The tour will meet at Thirsty Lion Pub. Feel free to stop by early for a pint and grub! The tour will “end” outside of Mary’s Club, one of Portland’s most hallowed strip clubs*. At the conclusion of the tour, you can join Doug inside for an adult beverage!

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