Following their final show at the Doug Fir, we take a look back at the music and legacy of The Slants.
Tickets go on sale October 28 for the two-day symposium at Linfield College.
The rising pop star will come to the Roseland this Thursday to support her Halloween record Turn Off the Light.
Panic's cofounder Cabel Sasser talks about game publishing, his company's evolution, and how a humble goose took the world by storm.
The CNN anchor talks Portland, deep fakes, and gay fiction ahead of his appearance at the Schnitz.
Food Event Spotlight
The two will dive deep into the ice cream mogul’s new cookbook at Powell’s Books.
Portland’s dominant ice cream force will release its first cookbook in April. We sat down with the company’s longtime co-owner to talk crazy flavors, xanthan gum, and the future of S&S.
Last year the stand-up comic did the most Portland thing for a successful artist: she moved to LA.
... by advancing her art with a move to PDX. Win for us!
Ethan Mechare bares all in Coming Clean, an interactive solo show about his time tidying up London homes clad in nothing but his birthday suit.
Live Long & Prosper
For artist and author Lisa Congdon, aging means gaining value.
After years of globe-trotting, Jonny Shultz comes home to Q6.
Books & Talks
We caught up with the Lincoln in the Bardo author in advance of his Portland visit.
The Haiti-born entrepreneur tells us about her creole marinade dreams and her first pop-up, coming later this August.
Matt Slessler is "national brand ambassador" for Pabst Blue Ribbon. How'd he score the sweet gig?
"I wouldn’t have said I could imagine living in the US, but I could imagine living in Portland."
"I have no great nostalgia for the way Portland was in the ’70s and early ’80s."
We caught up with the former Bon Appétit tastemaker and Back Pocket Pasta author to talk Italian pantry essentials and all-time favorite noodles.
The former Aviary chef dishes on his upcoming soup dumpling restaurant, Portland’s Chinese food scene, and his love for General Tso’s chicken.
Wise Up: Humanity in Perspective
Mary Thompson grew up in the foster system and didn’t graduate from high school. Now she’s on a course to a writing career.