The iconic rock band embarks on a brief US tour before headlining Coachella.
Portland Monthly Staff
The online music festival for sick kids returns, and it’s “bigger and bedder” than ever.
Now's your chance to own a legendary jazz club!
NE Alberta’s iconic rock venue is moving out.
Two Portland artists have used their departure from the Troy Laundry building as inspiration for a new show, and this week marks your last chance to see it.
The Fremont Theater opened its doors in October and is already filling its calendar with kindie rock, storytelling shows, and radio dramas.
The Portland rapper denounced the president-elect during his guest appearance on The Tonight Show.
Light a Fire 2016: Lifetime Achievement
The behind-the-scenes master knows how to pull the strings.
Faced with quadruple rent, the beloved DIY institution is on the quest for a new home.
Another piece of Old Portland gone? The artist duo behind Frogz is ready to sell their Buckman neighborhood stronghold—a building now valued at more than $1 million.
The beloved DIY institution is on the hunt for a new home, making this weekend’s Portland Zine Symposium a last chance to visit the center’s SE Division space.
This is, excuse me, a damn fine list of actors.
The contemporary and experimental art presenter has been given a 16,000-square-foot warehouse just off N Williams Ave.
And where’s that money going, anyway?
A property boom means mass evictions and escalating rents. What does that mean for our creative scene?
ART AND CRAFT
The oldest continuously running craft institution in the United States is on the move, finding a new home in the Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design.
Is the arts an election issue? Portland's mayoral and City Council candidates showed their cards on culture at a packed debate on Tuesday.
Long before the masses shared their cat photos on Facebook, aristocrats commissioned oil paintings.
He calls himself the “Peace Troubadour,” and has sung in Iraq and Bosnia. Now he's bringing his classical guitar to Syria to "sing prayers of peace."
CULTURE CALL SHEET
Plus: Portland Art Museum promises Warhol and Rodin, and Pickathon starts the party.