The search for Subashini Ganesan’s successor is on.
Two-time Grammy winner Cheryl Pawelski has headed up the restoration and release of the historic 1956 recording.
A queer coming-of-age novel, a children’s mystery, a fictional film club, and more
‘I’m just so sad. I think she becomes a little piece of you, and all of a sudden that little piece is gone, yet carries on, and I'm so grateful for what she'...
From sci-fi audio thrillers to intimate conversations about what it’s like to have cancer, here are the pods we're listening to.
A conversation with Spacetime Diaries podcast creator Ghan Patel. Plus, we highlight a few local podcasts.
Homegirl will focus on fashion, lifestyle, culture, home, and experiences through personal narratives, interviews, and photo editorials.
The inaugural fellow, Zi Alikhan, will collaborate with the company’s artistic director while also heading up ART’s new DNA: Oxygen initiative for BIPOC thea...
The 38-year-old naturopath passed away on December 29.
The monthly packages include handmade cards, envelopes, and stamps.
Arts & Culture
John Simpkins has lived and painted out of a schoolhouse in Andrews, Oregon, for a decade. Now he’s looking for a new home.
Year in Review
In a year that sent the arts scrambling, our readers clung to joy: a hometown opera success story, a sterling album from a Portland rap giant, the meaty tale...
Some legacy players say it’s only the latest intensifier of decades of neglect.
Overlay is the first in a 10-part series from Third Angle New Music.
From street art to stage sweat, these were the year’s most essential pieces.
Conner Reed and Fiona McCann
“We cannot escape the fact that we are the Oregon Ballet Theatre and we are located in Portland, Oregon. And our community has gone through quite a lot over ...
Bean Gilsdorf, artist and writer, poses questions about who is supporting the arts in Portland.
With help from Polygon comics editor Susan Polo, we untangle the web of Miles's complicated origin story.
From Gillian Anderson's Maggie Thatcher to a wildly queer-coded '50s western, here's a glimpse at our queues this week.
Portland Monthly Staff
Upfor Gallery will host Fais Pas Chier this November.