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Beers and Beats
It’s going to be a busy First Thursday. Here are a few shows that are likely to be highlights.
the launch of Portland’s newest arts + culture blog
Viva Voce, Portland Cello Project, Richmond Fontaine, Red Fant, and the Prids are among the bands carrying on the DIY tradition championed by Fred and Toody Cole.
Kim Winternheimer, Robert Runyon, Laura Klairmont, and Bart Blasengame
Fred and Toody Cole are in their 60s, but they won't stop rocking.
Fred and Toody Cole, Portland's rock lifers, reflect on making music and staying in love after 40 years of marriage and life on the road.
Fred and Toody Cole, Portland's rock lifers, continue to make music and stay in love after forty years of marriage and life on the road.
The best way to learn about a neighborhood? Go to the fair.
Finish your summer the way it should be finished: a potent Pimm's Cup, a beautiful sunset, a bit of ballet, a scenic staircase, and a lot of luxury.
Club Sesso mascot Ron Jeremy waxes philosophical on the potential of a sex club across the street from a synagogue or church.
Waterfront Blues Fest heats up
Gee’s Bend quilts speak volumes.
What to do for Independence Day? We’ve scoured the town for the best way to celebrate this year.
Four can’t-miss bands rock Portland’s favorite all-ages music festival.
On September 19, Portland will trade parking spots for parks.
Can guitarist Terry Robb’s new label help revive Portland’s original indie music—blues?
Now Read This
With 150 years of history to dig through, Richard H. Engeman provides an easy-to-follow guide chock-full of cross-references in his book, The Oregon Companion.