In the summer, music seems to sound better when played loud.
But when music wars break out between neighbors, there's no telling what will happen.
On a recent afternoon in Lake Oswego, two neighbors hosted weddings. One of the neighbors called police to complain that they could hear the other's music.
A peace accord was struck when one of the wedding parties agreed to turn their tunes down, giving the other wedding party just enough time to say their vows.