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The Toronto-based singer-songwriter is playing Revolution Hall March 7. His latest album, Shauf explains from the road, holds a different kind of love song.
The actor and writer will read a short memoir created as part of Pop-Up Magazine’s multi-media live show “Love Stories.”
DIY home venues are back in full swing as omicron recedes. Can they handle the influx of fun-starved partygoers?
The ‘Levitating’ and ‘New Rules’ singer’s Future Nostalgia tour, postponed since 2020 due to the pandemic, brought all kinds of fans.
Greet 2022 in style, with the Dandy Warhols, a night of dancing, or a Haitian cooking class
Cami Hughes and Karly Quadros
The Portland Thorns’ April 9 game will be Oregon’s first live major sporting event with fans in the stands since the Blazers played on March 10, 2020.
Advocates hope venues will rethink their profit models and center young, diverse talent when the COVID haze clears.
Some musicians have died, some have retired, and some would still have gigs this week if not for COVID-19.
How We’re Coping
Musicians know how to show up on time, says Lewi Longmire, and they definitely know how to pack a van.
Taking a forced break from performing, Norman Sylvester is sharing music and doing push-ups at 74.
The Columbia Gorge city is in the running for a $500,000 makeover courtesy of Hulu and Extreme Makeover's Ty Pennington.
Q & A
The Kids in the Hall star talks coming out in the '80s, making punk rock decisions, and how Buddy Cole is here to help us.
All hail the return of Live Wire!, which—with one live taping down and six more to come—offers a startacular lineup this season, including Jesse Eisenberg, Meghan Daum, and Evil Dead's Bruce Campbell.