Music

Sufjan Stevens Wrote a Song About the Rajneesh

"My Rajneesh" is the second Sufjan track this month.

07/10/2020 By Conner Reed

Pomo Picks

Portland Arts and Culture to Stream This Weekend: July 10–12

This week in local culture: interactive theater, a slew of films, a chamber music festival, and an art gallery, all at your fingertips

07/10/2020 By Jordyn Mayer

Pomo Picks

What to Read, Watch, and Listen to This Week: July 8

The content in our queues, from art heists to space muppets to pizza histories

07/09/2020 By Portland Monthly Staff

Black Lives Matter

Who’s the Portland Opera Singer with a Viral Video and a TV Invitation from Kelly Clarkson?

Meet Emmanuel Henreid, and his new project, Livin' in the Light.

07/04/2020 By Fiona McCann

Pomo Picks

Portland Arts and Culture to Stream This Weekend: July 3–5

The art museum brought to you at home, virtual acting classes for your kiddos, films that support BLM, and more

07/03/2020 By Jordyn Mayer

Music

Aminé Drops Second Music Video in One Week

The Portland rapper appears beside UK emcee Slowthai on Disclosure's "My High," six days after dropping the visual for "Riri."

06/30/2020 By Conner Reed

Pomo Picks

Portland Arts and Culture to Stream This Weekend: June 19

Seussical hits the web, the Symphony shouts out essential workers, and Profile Theatre pivots to audio.

06/19/2020 By Jordyn Mayer

Pomo Picks

What to Read, Watch, and Listen to This Week: June 17

The Portland Monthly team shares the content keeping us sane (or somewhere close).

06/18/2020 By Portland Monthly Staff

Pomo Picks

What to Read, Watch, and Listen to This Week: June 10

The Portland Monthly team shares the content we’re winding down with this week.

06/11/2020 By Portland Monthly Staff

Thesis Statement

How the Thesis Became Portland’s Premier Hip-Hop Showcase

Thesis—like everyone else—is trying to figure out how to survive as a digital entity.

06/01/2020 By Donovan M. Smith

Nostalgia

Today’s Internet Artifact Is This 20-Year-Old ‘Portland Mercury’ Music Calendar

Some musicians have died, some have retired, and some would still have gigs this week if not for COVID-19.

05/30/2020 By Margaret Seiler

How We’re Coping

This LaurelThirst Co-Owner Has Swapped Pub Life for a Grocery Delivery Van

Musicians know how to show up on time, says Lewi Longmire, and they definitely know how to pack a van.

05/25/2020 By Margaret Seiler

How We’re Coping

After a Health Scare, This Portland Tailor Is Sewing Again

‘When you sew, you can always find some work, even in the worst pandemics,’ says Earl Marson.

05/22/2020 By Margaret Seiler

Election 2020

Multnomah County’s Next District Attorney Got a John Legend Bump on Election Eve

The singer and criminal justice reform advocate endorsed Barack Obama in ’08 and Mike Schmidt in ’20.

05/19/2020 By Margaret Seiler

Pomo Picks

What to Read, Watch, and Listen to to Take Your Mind Off the Apocalypse: Week of May 13

The Portland Monthly staff shares the non-pandemic content getting us through the week.

05/14/2020 By Portland Monthly Staff

Television

Aminé Makes His HBO Debut

Yes, that was the Portland rapper you saw on Insecure explaining the branches of US government.

05/12/2020 By Fiona McCann

Pomo Picks

What to Read, Watch, and Listen to to Take Your Mind Off the Apocalypse: Week of April 29

The Portland Monthly staff shares the non-pandemic content getting us through the week.

04/30/2020 By Portland Monthly Staff

House Party

Choose Your Quarantine House, Portland

OK, we’ll do this, too.

04/25/2020 By Margaret Seiler and Portland Monthly Staff

PoMo Picks

What to Read, Watch, and Listen to to Take Your Mind Off the Apocalypse: Week of April 22

The Portland Monthly staff shares the non-pandemic content getting us through the week.

04/23/2020 By Portland Monthly Staff