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Grace Freud and April Clark will come to town for a May 21 date at the Old Church Concert Hall.
The 2020 Pulitzer Prize winner will run through the end of March at the Newmark Theatre.
Still wondering where to go? Las Vegas, New Orleans, San Diego, and more await.
Dalila Brent, Shannon Daehnke, Gabriel Granillo, Katherine Chew Hamilton, Michelle Harris, and Julia Silverman
The just-opened Patricia Reser Center for the Arts is a game-changer for the western suburbs, and Portland’s arts ecosystem as a whole.
Local legend Mel Brown, four-time Grammy winner Robert Glasper, and more will bathe Portland in sound throughout the rest of February.
Gabriel Granillo and Conner Reed
The in-progress movement piece takes inspiration from director/choreographer Alisher Khasanov's childhood in Kazakhstan.
From box braids to knotless to faux locs and more, if you're in need of a protective style for your hair, check out this list of Portland-area stylists.
Looking for something to do in Portland, Oregon? Here's a list of upcoming Portland-area events, activities, exhibits, shows, and more.
Conner Reed, Shannon Daehnke, and Michelle Harris
This year’s virtual performance fest will bring 38 new works to our screens. From dance films to audio dramas - here’s what we’re looking forward to.
For eight days—up from last year's two—a slew of installations are lighting up the Rose City.
Monica Salazar and Rose Lee
Chromatics, Decemberists, Jinkx Monsoon, and more: Icy tracks from Oregonians old and new to help you through the dwindling daylight
The business owner, actor, and community figure was an early figurehead of Portland secondhand and vintage shopping.
When you shop local you’re giving the gift of Portland and giving a gift to Portland at the same time.
The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts will connect people from all walks of life through world-class entertainment and cultural experiences.
Head to Exhibit Hall E at OCC for floor-to-ceiling projections of the Dutch master's greatest hits in ‘Beyond Van Gogh.’
Expect BIPOC artists pop-ups, visual art, author talks, and more.
We asked some of the Rose City's brightest which Portlanders have helped them through the pandemic.
The Portland director discusses his first documentary, which throws the uninitiated headlong into the ’60s downtown art world—to invigorating effect.
In ‘Let ’im Move You: Intervention,’ jumatatu m. poe and Jermone ‘Donte’ Beacham bring Black queer performance to historically Black neighborhoods.
At TBA 2021, erstwhile Portlander Holland Andrews performs one-on-one micro-concerts.