“The babe with the power” now works at Laika and is screening a new goblin movie of his own making. He tells us about growing up surrounded by faeries, and what he did to David Bowie the first time they met.
The decade-defining singer talks about her spin on Portlandia as a piñata, Lilith Fair’s heyday, and Shine On. She performs at Edgefield on June 22.
Glena “Heartless” Avila, 38, a Portland pro mixed martial arts fighter, mother of two, and the focus of the new documentary Glena that opens the Portland Film Fest. Watch the trailer now!
The Social Network star on filming Night Moves in Southern Oregon.
Michael Totten, Portland-based writer for World Affairs, on war zones, Syria, and how Pyongyang beats Paris
The Northwest co-author of The Rules: The Way of the Cycling Disciple on creating biking's one true gospel
BOOKS AND TALKS
The PDX author of NYT-bestseller "William Shakespeare’s Star Wars" talks about the sequel and giving the space worm a soliloquy. "The Empire Striketh Back" comes out today.
With its revived shop in downtown Portland's West End, a menswear pioneer brings classics from the past into the future.
Books & Talks
Local authors Cheryl Strayed, Chelsea Cain, Monica Drake, and others tell us why Spanbauer is at the heart of Portland's literary world.
Critic Matt Zoller Seitz tells us five things that set the movie apart from Anderson's other films. Opening Friday
The Pulitzer-finalist talks about why she's debuting her new play at ART and how the comedy is a protest against bad architecture. Jan 28–Mar 2
Tom Cody, developer of Union Way and South Waterfront’s Emery apartments, expounds on place, profit, and how for-profit development can build community.
The bad-boy, globe-trotting Oregon-native takes on the sordid, drug-addled surf industry in "Welcome to Paradise, Now Go to Hell." He reads at Powell's on Nov. 25
The 2013 Trailblazing Chef Award winner stepped out of the kitchen to discuss his recent win and serve up samples of his innovative dishes.
The innovative jazz guitarist talks about his new album, his feelings about genre labels, and his history of collaborations. He plays the Aladdin Theater on Nov 9.
How the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art's artistic director aims to challenge Rose City audiences.
The multitalented musician talks about his new graphic novel, which chronicles a lonely seven-week tour supporting a Christian rock band.
The pioneering all-female '70s punk band looks back on retro shopping's dirt-cheap glory days.
The 'Late Show' correspondent and voice of Mort on 'Bob's Burgers' talks about the state of comedy, comparing Adam Carolla to Hitler, and former Portland comics. Oct 24–26
We talk with the comedian about which correspondent she’d most likely eat and talking to dead people. Plus, we're giving away tickets to her Oct 25 show!