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Fire tunes from Portlanders old and new to keep the season warm.
Year in Review
From a Decemberist’s spine-chilling ghost story to a joyful album from an old Portland master, 2022 was the year the arts roared back to life.
‘The Nutcracker’ at Oregon Ballet Theatre, Yuletide drag shows, Pink Martini brings in the new year, and more
Conner Reed and Matthew Trueherz
Local artists and small business owners are turning things around at a mall that was left for dead.
The new music venue takes over the former Dig a Pony space, with food and beverage from the Tulip Shop Tavern team.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Pop Culture Deep Dive
The superstar’s tenth album descended on an extremely suspecting public when the clock struck 12 last night. Here's how it hit us.
Not into buckets of blood or strangers chasing you down darkened hallways? Still want to get in on the season's festivities? Look no further.
Lush, autumnal tracks from Portlanders including Dead Moon, Rasheed Jamal, Dakota Theim and more.
Hop and harvest festivals in Hood River, Air Supply concerts in Lincoln City, the Great Columbia Crossing running race in Astoria, and more
long story short
The official Blazers DJ for basketball games at the Moda Center, David Jackson is also a mentor, music producer, cancer survivor, and more.
The two-day music festival’s 2022 roster includes The Dandy Warhols, Soft Kill, and The Thesis.
Local, art-focused shops, including Musique Plastique and Floating World Comics, are bringing new life to the iconic Portland mall.
The 10,000-person Happy Valley festival returns, and it’s bigger and weirder than we remember.
The superstar’s seventh album is a glittering tribute to queer dance music through the ages, making it a hell of a lot gayer than, say, a bachelorette party at Darcelle's.
With his upcoming Nike movie, he’s got Portland cred, but let’s just imagine some of the alternatives: Jesus, Voldemort, George Clooney…
Music, movies, plays, and more: you can catch ’em all for an unbeatable price at these in-city events.
Matthew Trueherz, Michelle Harris, and Conner Reed
From Big Thief to Marcel the Shell to a kinetic new take on Chekhov, these are the pop culture nuggets that have spoken to us most directly.
From Portugal. the Man to Yeat to Pink Martini, give this list of summer songs from Portlanders—old and new—a spin this season.
Imagine Edgefield on Xanax and you're most of the way there.