Q&A

Super Troopers Stars Steve Lemme and Kevin Heffernan Return to Portland

Riding high on their first season of TruTV’s Tacoma FD, we chatted with the duo from Super Troopers before they take stage this Sunday night at the Aladdin Theater.

05/17/2019 By Ryan Ashby

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: May 16–19

Hannah Gadsby brings her stand-up to the Newmark, Michael Pollan tells psychedelic tales at the Keller, Julia Jacklin plays Mississippi Studios, and bikey films hit the Hollywood.

05/15/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson

Funny/Not Funny

Q&A: Comedian Mohanad Elshieky On Suing the Feds

The Libyan refugee and stand up will perform at Pop Up Magazine tonight and tomorrow.

05/13/2019 By Marty Patail

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: May 9–12

Ezra Furman! Mermaids in Coos Bay! The Lost Boys live! Shannon Shaw! Robot nannies! Bring it, weekend.

05/08/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson

Movies

Does Sonic the Hedgehog Really Kill 491 Pacific Northwest Babies?

According to one viral calculation, the trailer for the new Sonic the Hedgehog shows mass murder of hospitalized babies.

05/02/2019 By Marty Patail

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: May 2–5

Say hello to May with LGBTQ documentaries, Kiese Laymon, Orquestra Pacifico Tropical, and intricate crochet portraits.

05/01/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson, Jackson Main, and Fiona McCann

Fashion Show

This Celebration of Portland's POC Artists Fuses Fashion and Live Music

“It’s an ode to what BET did in the early 2000s."

04/29/2019 By Eden Dawn

Activism

April 28 Is National Superhero Day. Who Is Your Favorite Local Superhero?

We offer our picks for fictional and living, breathing legends.

04/27/2019 By Portland Monthly Staff

Music

Reptaliens Are a Trippy Sci-Fi Band Time-Traveling from 1991—and We Dig It

The Portland group's inspirations include Of Montreal, Philip K. Dick, and of course, Gorgon, ruler of the third dimension.

04/25/2019 By Marty Patail

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Apr 25–28

Flock of Dimes and Madeline Kenney play Mississippi Studios, Josh Keyes paints a beastly city, and TEDxPortland takes on cannabis, ice cream, and more.

04/24/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson, Jackson Main, and Fiona McCann

The Oregon Woman 2019

On Vailey Oehlke’s Watch, the Multnomah County Library Is Anything But by the Book

The library's director has built our system into a cutting-edge program envied the world over.

04/23/2019 By Beth Slovic

Dance

Don’t Listen to Dance Snobs—Tap Still Matters

The Portland Tap Dance Fest chugs into year 4, bringing improv battles, decades of history, and legendary tappers along with it.

04/23/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson

Books

Karen Russell’s New Story Collection Is a Wondrous, Wild Imagining

The Portland-based author of Swamplandia returns with Orange World.

04/23/2019 By Fiona McCann

The Essentials

13 Things to See and Do in Portland: May 2019

Shannon Shaw plays Mississippi Studios, Hannah Gadsby comes to the Newmark, Pure Bathing Culture drops a new record, and a mermaid lands in Coos Bay.

04/23/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Apr 18–21

From grizzly bear tales to a cannabis-fueled film fest, Soul'd Out to the Jefferson Dancers, this weekend is ready to deliver.

04/17/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson, Jackson Main, and Fiona McCann

Theater

A New Play Draws a Line Between Sacagawea and Standing Rock

Mary Kathryn Nagle’s Crossing Mnisose, in its world premiere at Portland Center Stage, aims to shatter stereotypes through storytelling.

04/17/2019 By Shayla Norris-York

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Apr 11–14

From Mdou Moctar to ghostly dance, plastic flamingos to Prometheus, here's what's on deck.

04/10/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson, Jackson Main, and Fiona McCann

Music

Legendary Portland Singer Shirley Nanette Brings Sequins and Soul to Holocene

At 71, the dynamo entertainer returns to the stage to perform her 1973 album, Never Coming Back, in its entirety.

04/09/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson

Karaoke

Baby Ketten Karaoke Set to Go Brick-and-Mortar on SE Powell

What the New York Times called "America's greatest karaoke night" will soon get a full-time home.

04/08/2019 By Jackson Main