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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
Want to catch an end-of-summer groove? This year's lineup at the Salem fairgrounds includes the Beach Boys, TLC, and Shaggy.
Michelle Harris and Dalila Brent
Pig-N-Ford races at the Tillamook County Fair, Chicks concerts in Bend, the Oregon State Fair, Hood to Coast relay race, and more
Michelle Harris and Margaret Seiler
Imagine Edgefield on Xanax and you're most of the way there.
An incomplete guide to Portland’s best summertime cultural offerings: Pickathon, Chekhov, Waterfront Blues Fest, and more
Goonies Day hits Astoria, a Bach festival kicks off in Eugene, wine country shows some Pride, and more!
Margaret Seiler and Michelle Harris
Movers & Shakers
From Dua Lipa to Ava Duvernay to a real clown, here's who we’re inviting to our dinner table for a spring soirée.
After two years of pandemic disruption, the Blues Festival will return to Waterfront Park in downtown Portland. The event will take place over the July 4th weekend.
From drag queens to movies to music to art installations to a Pink Martini singalong, it’s all finally happening
The Canadian rock star celebrates 25 years of Jagged Little Pill with a massive tour and can't-miss openers.
She'll appear alongside fellow Portlander Maarquii at a show hosted by Portugal. The Man.
After releasing its second album, Hall's Band Tents will end its tour at Bunk Bar on Thursday.
The band returns to Mississippi Studios this weekend to support their new album Can't Tell Me No.
The indie-rock band plays the Doug Fir in anticipation of forthcoming album, Remembering the Rockets.
The Portland pop diva puts on a night of costumes, sparkles, and songs, joined on the all-female lineup by Blossom and Siren and the Sea.
Night of Nostalgia
Salt-N-Pepa and Vanilla Ice came to town. One of them was amazing.
Composer Jake Runestad's work expresses what words cannot during a single April performance.
The Portland chapter has hosted legions of musicians—from Blind Pilot to Blossom—at tiny venues all over town.
The legendary director behind Halloween was in town this week to perform original scores to films that don't exist. We talked to him about making the music before the movie.
The thrash metal titans play the Roseland this Sunday. Cool. I'll be over here in the corner rocking quietly.