‘Ginger Minj's Winter Wonderland’ comes to the Aladdin on December 9.
Symphony celebrations, ‘The Nutcracker’ at Oregon Ballet Theatre, a pair of yuletide drag shows, a Kwanzaa market, and more
Darcelle’s 52-year-old Old Town nightclub first joined the National Register of Historic Places last year.
Carla Rossi’s beloved LGBTQ+ scare series is back with a new ‘Tales from the Crypt’-style supplement.
A pair of horror double features, Freddy Krueger onstage, brainy below-the-belt comedy, and more.
Japanese Breakfast comes to the Crystal, Oregon Contemporary opens a new show, a ’90s fringe classic screens at the Hollywood, and (much) more.
TBA kicks off, Back Fence returns, Herbie Hancock comes to town, and more
The Dandy Warhols hit Zidell Yards, comic con comes to town, Kickstand wraps up its Laurelhurst Park series, and lots more.
May we offer you a women-led film festival, some outdoor laughs, or a drag paint-and-brunch in these trying times?
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
Poison Waters, Carla Rossi, and others share how they’re emerging from the pandemic.
Reina Harwood, Marty Patail, Margaret Seiler, and Conner Reed
A curated, incomplete guide to the coolest stuff on offer in the Rose City.
Nick Campigli and Conner Reed
See Darcelle and company in a special fashion-filled drive-in drag show at Zidell Yards.
"I’m trying to use the word ‘unapologetic’ in my work more often: unapologetically queer, unapologetically feminine, unapologetically anti-racist."
Portland Monthly style editor Eden Dawn celebrates drag queen and fashion icon Darcelle's 90th birthday by revisiting a The Long Play interview from 2...
Drag in the Pandemic Era
The nightlife hub, home to the West Coast’s longest-running drag show, launches its first-ever drag brunch.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Democracy and Drag
One of Oregon’s best loved drag queens is joining a national organization to get people voting.
The burlesque superstar on how he’s endured Portland’s racism and made his way on the road to fame.
Plays, karaoke, drag, and more—all from the comfort of your home.
The Portland Monthly team shares the content we’re winding down with this week.
Portland Monthly Staff