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Light a Fire 2022: Extraordinary Volunteer
Baker City’s Ginger Savage helped steer millions in COVID relief funding to arts groups all over the state, not just to Willamette Valley heavy hitters.
The influencer and entrepreneur voices her opinion on Portland and dishes on her newly discovered favorites in and around the city.
Now in its fifth year, Union PDX concentrates global talent in Southeast Portland.
The Portland-born author, filmmaker, and creative director shares his Rose City go-tos, and the changes he's looking forward to most in the city.
The iconic Portland cinema’s façade receives a long-awaited renovation.
Inside the legacies of two Oregon-grown horror hosts.
The artist’s photography project is a sprawling celebration of Oregon’s Indigenous communities, past and present.
Portland Center Stage, Artists Repertory Theatre, Profile, Lakewood, and other companies have big plans for local stages.
The Oregon State Fair wraps up, the Pendleton Round-Up kicks off, dahlias are in bloom, and Oktoberfest has us raising our steins.
Portland Monthly Staff
Kah-Nee-Ta gears back up, PAM CUT's getting a new home, the Vancouver Waterfront is getting a new hotel, and more.
The TBA Fest, eagerly awaited book launches, a head-spinning hip-hop triple-bill ... we’re looking at a jam-packed arts season in Portland.
Conner Reed and Fiona McCann
From Portugal. the Man to Yeat to Pink Martini, give this list of summer songs from Portlanders—old and new—a spin this season.
New apartment complexes, restored theaters, downtown music venues, and more are in the works for 2022 and beyond.
Shawna X was selected to participate in MINI’s National Immigrants Day initiative.
Jen Forti talks about founding the Portland-based singing telegram service. Plus: she shows off her old-timey outfit.
Go by bike (at Pedalpalooza)! Go by car (at the Rose Cup Races)! Or stay seated at the Hollywood and watch Summer of Soul. This week is yours for the ...
Conner Reed and Cami Hughes
The ’90s hit turns 25 this year. Here’s where you can spot its Rose City roots.
We chat with past and present Portland creative laureates about the gig, the arts, and more.
Gabriel Granillo and Nick Campigli
Arts & Culture
This is the first time the city has appointed two artists to serve as the official ambassadors to the broader creative community.
This summer, Artists Repertory Theatre’s managing director Kisha Jarrett will hike for 1,200 miles and capture it on camera.