a new dimension of dance

Director of the Documentary Pina at Cinema 21

The Academy Award nominated director Wim Wenders will talk on Thursday, Feb 16 before Cinema 21’s final screenings of Pina

02/15/2012 By Aaron Scott

twenty song insanity

Free Music from Menomena’s Danny Seim

02/15/2012 By Aaron Scott

ticket giveaway

Q Center Winter Gala at YU on Saturday, Feb 18

Enter below for a chance at two free tickets to the charity event of the season

02/09/2012 By Aaron Scott

executive playlist

Obama Loves AgesAndAges!

After his latest performance of “Let’s Stay Together,” the president launches into “No Nostalgia” (sensing a theme?)

02/09/2012 By Aaron Scott

green zone

Peter Halley’s Neon Installation Will Tickle Your Brain

At Disjecta through Feb. 25

02/08/2012 By Aaron Scott

gallery grazing

First Thursday Sampler

02/02/2012 By Aaron Scott

bedroom sleuthing

Sex Talks + Q&A with Arianne Cohen

Hate Valentine’s? Go to these three talks to learn to love love again (or at least sex). Plus, the author of The Sex Diaries Project talks with us abou...

02/01/2012 By Aaron Scott

pushed and pulled

Meshi Chavez: …or be dragged

Fertile Ground Festival delivers tense, spooky Butoh with a layered live score.

01/26/2012 By Aaron Scott

last chance to see

Interior Margins at the Lumber Room

Exhibition closes Monday, Jan 30.

01/26/2012 By Aaron Scott

food fight

Review: Famished

A "theatrical documentary" about what we crave and the troubles we get into stuffing our mouths feeds both the belly laughs and the indigestion. Th...

01/23/2012 By Aaron Scott

If Quentin Tarantino remade the classic Jacobean tragedy...

Review: (I Am Still) the Duchess of Malfi

At Artists Repertory Theatre through Feb. 12

01/14/2012 By Aaron Scott

casanovas, divas, and dragons, oh my!

Portland Opera Unveils Its 2012/2013 Season

01/13/2012 By Aaron Scott

Culturephile

Stage Cure

Local musician Holcombe Waller does a lot more than just strum and sing.

11/18/2011 By Aaron Scott

Mudroom

Five Questions For…Craig Thompson

Local graphic novelist Craig Thompson addresses Islamophobia

08/19/2011 By Aaron Scott

Feature

The Ladies' Man

Portland filmmaker Todd Haynes has just wrapped up his new miniseries, "Mildred Pierce", a complex drama about a woman's rise in business and family strains. Haynes has been in the business for several years and has always stayed true to his layered, unco

03/15/2011 By Aaron Scott

Mudroom

Portland's Bustling Indie Film Scene Prepares for Its Close-Up

A 2008 study showe tdhat the film industry contributed $708 million to the state's economy—and that number is expected to rise this year.

02/11/2011 By Aaron Scott