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Looking for something to do in Portland, Oregon? Here's a list of upcoming Portland-area events, activities, exhibits, shows, and more.
The cultural icon is stunning in spring, but there’s no bad time to stop by.
Itching to get away from the rain for spring break? Las Vegas, New Orleans, San Diego, and more await.
Dalila Brent, Shannon Daehnke, Gabriel Granillo, Katherine Chew Hamilton, Michelle Harris, and Julia Silverman
Hunt for glass floats in Lincoln City, race some crabs in Garibaldi, and maybe catch sight of a migrating whale!
The entrepreneur and Women Supporting Women founder dishes on the organizations she cosigns, her go-to spots, and her outlook on the future of Portland.
Now in its fifth year, Union PDX concentrates global talent in Southeast Portland.
Lush, autumnal tracks from Portlanders including Dead Moon, Rasheed Jamal, Dakota Theim and more.
The iconic Portland cinema’s façade receives a long-awaited renovation.
The artist’s photography project is a sprawling celebration of Oregon’s Indigenous communities, past and present.
A look at some of the Rose City's most exciting visual art, from food by way of Warhol and Hockney, autumnal brushes with the occult, and more.
From a Disney Channel original to an ’80s Daryl Hannah slasher, these homegrown horror films will spruce up your October programming.
For nearly three decades, NWCT has operated in a former Christian Science church in Nob Hill. In January, it’s moving to Broadway.
Portland choreographer Takahiro Yamamoto’s project unites vulnerability, rigor, and play.
Could we interest you in the world's largest pig hairball? Perhaps a gravity-defying ‘X-Files’ fixation?
Conner Reed, Julia Silverman, Nick Campigli, and Katherine Hamilton
Portland Center Stage, Artists Repertory Theatre, Profile, Lakewood, and other companies have big plans for local stages.
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
The footwear designer and artist dishes on her favorite spots in Portland and the future of the city.
The body of work, on display at the Russo Lee Gallery August 4-27, explores blackface, Oregon history, and our connotations with the American flag.
The NFL player and founder of Big Yard Foundation, a Portland non-profit, discusses growing up in the Rose City and dishes on his favorite local spots.
The 107-year-old Southeast Portland punk palace is getting a light makeover—but its spirit is staying the same as ever.