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Year in Review
From Shrill’s finale to Third Angle's Sanctuaries to Nicolas Cage's Pig, it was quite a year.
Conner Reed, Julia Silverman, and Fiona McCann
May we offer you a women-led film festival, some outdoor laughs, or a drag paint-and-brunch in these trying times?
Pedalpalooza winds down, the Agnès Varda Film Fest soldiers on, and Laurelhurst Park remains the city's premier comedy venue.
Kickstand Comedy hits Laurelhurst, Babe: Pig in the City hits Cinemagic, Converge 45 ruminates on public monuments, and lots more.
A music festival, a documentary film fest, a Missy Elliott bike ride, and more. Want to stay cool? Consider popping into a gallery or a movie theater.
Conner Reed, Cami Hughes, and Nick Campigli
Warped first ladies, tape recorder séances, anti-war car photographs, and more
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
The North Portland stronghold will host an open house to celebrate the name change on June 26.
A curated, incomplete guide to the coolest stuff on offer in the Rose City.
Nick Campigli and Conner Reed
Day in the Life Gallery lets fine crafts shine in all their glory, and wants to tell you what makes each piece special.
Upfor Gallery will host Fais Pas Chier this November.
The 22-year-old nonprofit supports artists to get online.
Stop Killing Us: A Black Lives Still Matter Exhibition runs August 6–29 at Holding Contemporary.
Spirits Rising: ひろしま/hiroshima showcases objects left behind after U.S. forces bombed the city in 1945.
Always socially engaged, the Ashland resident is now examining Black Lives Matter, school shootings, and the refugee crisis in her work. A new exhibit at the Oregon Jewish Museum looks back on her early career.
Insider’s Guide 2019: Sports
The bon vivant is a fixture at arts events—and at Hillsboro Hops games.
In a new exhibit at Nationale, Shohei Takasaki asks his audience to reflect on the mysteries of our loved ones.
The Ecuador-born, New York–based artist brings a solo exhibit, Every Measure of Zero, to Portland's Upfor Gallery.
Foxes, rhinos, and bears push up against the built environment in Keyes's wild paintings.
In Karen Wippich's new gallery show, felines become fanciful art.