(29 posts)

💖 What Bridgeliner readers had to say about the Church of Elvis

Bridgeliner readers wrote in and remember the 24-hour Church of Elvis as a strange, eclectic, delightful art experience from the 80s and 90s.

Uncategorized / April 16, 2021

🎸 The legend of the 24-hour Church of Elvis

We’re looking at one of Portland’s OG weird art galleries: The 24-hour Church of Elvis. A coin-operated wonderland where you could get married for $25.

Uncategorized / April 14, 2021

🍻 Portlander Don Williams takes us beer chasing

We sat down with Portlander and Oregon’s original Beerchaser, Don “Dirt” Williams, who has reviewed nearly 400 bars on his blog since 2011.

Uncategorized / April 9, 2021

🌈 Into the rainbow of weird with Strawberry Pickle

Join us as we interview the creator of Rainbow City, Strawberry Pickle, an explosion of color, fun, strange, and wonderful creations.

Uncategorized / April 7, 2021

💖 Rolling into the weird with Carlos the Rollerblader

We interviewed the creator of Disco’s Skate Shop, Carlos the Rollerblader who is bringing the joy of roller skating to our city.

Uncategorized / March 31, 2021

💖 The amazing women of Portland

We are celebrating some truly amazing Portland women who are making history and differences here in our city. From OG pioneers to the next generation.

Uncategorized / March 26, 2021

✂️ Designing the weird of Portland with Sundari Franklin

Sundari has been a fashion designer for years, and made her mark in Portland in the past three. (📸: Picture courtesy of Sundari Devi Franklin) It’s Wednesday.  And you know what that means: We’re getting weird today. Each week, we’re highlighting and celebrating elements of Portland’s wonderful weirdness in collaboration with the amazing folks at […]

Uncategorized / March 24, 2021

📸 Snapshot some amazing Portland women

We’re asking you to drop into our inbox and tag us on social media in pictures of amazing Portland women and organizations making history right now. 

Uncategorized / March 19, 2021

😜 The wheels of weird with Spencer Sprocket

Each week, we’re highlighting and celebrating elements of Portland’s wonderful weirdness, in collaboration with the amazing folks at Weird Portland United.

Uncategorized / March 17, 2021

📜 Three historic PDX women to know

For Women’s History Month, we highlight three Portland women of color, whose contributions helped shape our city.

Uncategorized / March 12, 2021