Television

Inside Shrill, Lindy West's New TV Tale

The Portland-filmed Hulu series, which stars Aidy Bryant, is inspired by West's real-life transformation from bumbling cub reporter to nationally known feminist and fat activism powerhouse.

02/26/2019 By Rob Owen

Design

This Duo Makes Some of Portland's Most Eye-Catching Signs

J&S Signs paints the town.

02/26/2019 By Kelly Clarke

True Colors

This Portland Tattoo Artist Specializes in Surprise Ink

Mark Dugally of Inkbus Tattoo gets under your skin—and then inks it.

02/26/2019 By James Stevens

PDX Index

The Portland International Film Festival, by the Numbers

Our 42-year-old celebration of cinema is back March 7–21. Here's how it stacks up.

02/26/2019 By Allison Place

Fashion

Best and Worst Dressed at the 2019 Oscars—According to Style Editor Eden Dawn

Eden Dawn and local fashion icon Poison Waters appeared on KATU this morning to dish on the best and worst looks.

02/25/2019 By Marty Patail

Arts & Crafts

Just Look at These Awesome, Metalhead Teapots

The Oregon College of Art and Craft will stop handing out degrees in May, but its amazing craft works live on.

02/22/2019 By Wriik Maui

Books

A New Supervillain Warlord Hits Oregon—and Purrs

Meet Klawde, Feline High Commander of the planet Lyttyrboks and protagonist of a new middle-grade series by Portland's Emily Chenoweth and New Jersey's Johnny Marciano.

02/20/2019 By Wriik Maui

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Feb 21–24

Sharon Van Etten plays the Crystal, Dani Shapiro reads at Powell's, Pedro the Lion returns, and Hand2Mouth unveils an immersive play with a score by beloved children's musician Red Yarn.

02/20/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson, Fiona McCann, and Jackson Main

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Feb 14–17

A new podcast festival arrives, Marlon James stops by Powell's, Maz Jobrani hits the Aladdin, and David Bowie alums reunite at Revolution Hall.

02/13/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson, Jackson Main, Wriik Maui, and Fiona McCann

Visual Art

A New Exhibit Spotlights Art from Across the Pacific Northwest

The Portland Art Museum's The Map Is Not the Territory roves from Oregon to Alaska to explore history, decolonization, and indigenous identity.

02/13/2019 By Jackson Main

TV News

Documentary Now! Takes On the Rajneeshees

The two-part episode, titled "Batshit Valley", is a pitch-perfect spoof of Wild Wild Country.

02/11/2019 By Marty Patail

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Feb 7–10

Michelle Obama comes to the Moda, Ezza Rose plays the Doug Fir, zombies invade a sleepy Oregon town, and the Winter Light Festival illuminates the city.

02/07/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson, Wriik Maui, and Fiona McCann

Film

Could Wild Wild Country Become a Movie? Priyanka Chopra Says Yes.

The actress and producer told Ellen DeGeneres there's a new film coming, directed by Barry Levinson.

02/05/2019 By Shayla Norris-York

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Jan 31–Feb 3

Buckle up for papier-mâché puppets from Chile, acrobatic dance from Canada, new tunes from Portland supergroup Eyelids, and paint-splattered portraits inspired by 1960s jazz music.

01/31/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann

Television

ABC Orders TV Pilot for Portland-Made Graphic Novel Stumptown

Writer Greg Rucka, along with artists Justin Greenwood and Matthew Southworth, will be executive producers.

01/30/2019 By Marty Patail

Wellness: In the Cards

These 6 Tarot Decks Take Divination to the Next Level

Looking for some insight into life's daily snags? Pick up one of these locally designed tarot decks.

01/29/2019 By Allison Place

Wellness: Bust a Move

Cully's Nonprofit Workout Studio Puts Community First

(com)motion brings Portland together with dance parties, karate classes, and body-positive yoga.

01/29/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson

The Essentials

13 Things to See and Do in Portland: February 2019

The PDX Jazz Fest sweeps the city, Beijing Dance Theater makes its Portland debut, Shane Torres returns to Helium, and Jennifer Egan hits the Schnitz.

01/29/2019 By Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann

Music

Y La Bamba's New Album Is a Defiant, Bombastic Triumph

And it's been more than a decade in the making.

01/29/2019 By Dez Ramirez

Performance

A New Portland Performance Transforms Trauma Into Art

Anya Pearson's Made to Dance in Burning Buildings is a vivid choreopoem about rape, PTSD, and perseverance.

01/29/2019 By Fiona McCann