Old favorites, new discoveries, rising stars: these are your Portland-grown best bets for autumn listening.
OK, we’ll do this, too.
Margaret Seiler and Portland Monthly Staff
On Love for Sale, Kathleen Saadat teams up with Pink Martini. Not bad for a rookie.
Presenters include journalist Ann Curry, police chief Danielle Outlaw, the Oregon Symphony, and, potentially, you.
From George Saunders to a comedy about cockfighting to a major museum exhibit about Laika, here's what you can't miss this month.
Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann
Including cooking classes at the farmers market, Powell’s cookbook readings, and a Sardegna dinner at Artigiano food cart.
We talk to the band’s founder, Thomas Lauderdale, about happiness, politics, and why conga lines are a must.
Culture Cheat Sheet: Music
Perhaps you’re under a blanket on a hillside, or hiding out the winter in your tiny house: either way, invite some company and hit play. You’re welcome.
In the ‘90s, the most mythical of Portland restaurants ruled over NW 21st and Glisan.
Get behind me, Scrooge: Portland’s musical royalty bring a blast of full-throated festivity with a new NPR show for the holiday season.
Portland's little orchestra and The Sound Of Music namesakes share a whimsical tortoise love story filmed in the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley.
The little orchestra returns to the animal kingdom for it's semi-annual musical safari.
Count down to 2014 at one of these 18 epic events, from classy dancing with Pink Martini to cosmic raving at the art museum to killer concert lineups.
Roxanne Davis and Kristin Leigh
Thomas Lauderdale's famously cluttered loft was a fitting perch for the eclectic bandleader, collector, and historian. Then Philip Iosca arrived.
On the occasion of the band's eighth record, Get Happy, we look back on nearly ten years of international musical success
Trek in the Park, Opera in the Rose Garden, roots music in the woods, Ian Karmel on Portland—it's time to get out!
Portland Monthly Staff
Your complete guide for all the sun-soaked concerts and festivals Portland has to offer, including McMenamins Edgefield, the Oregon Zoo, Pickathon, and PDX Pop Now.
Portland Monthly Staff
BOOKS & TALKS
For 'Blumesday,' a bevvy of Portland artists, including China Forbes, Courtenay Hameister, and Laura Gibson, recount their most awkward experiences with the oft-censored writer's books on June 17.
Tour Darcelle’s closet with Pink Martini’s Thomas Lauderdale
The Pink Martini bandleader teams up with the international kamikaze cabaret chanteuse and the full symphony for a night you won’t forget. September 14.