Paradise Hotel brings together thirteen local artists under one groovy banner.
Meet Klawde, Feline High Commander of the planet Lyttyrboks and protagonist of a new middle-grade series by Portland's Emily Chenoweth and New Jersey's Johnny Marciano.
We investigate the teeny black market, brick by brick.
Before fame and fortune, Elliott graduated from David Douglas High School in 1962.
Bumblebee, directed by the Laika CEO, apparently doesn't suck.
Meet Naomi, a new character created by Portland writers Brian Michael Bendis and David Walker.
"An American original ... now owned by a Canadian."
Hungry Ghosts, cowritten with longtime collaborator Joel Rose, was released by Dark Horse Comics four months after Bourdain’s 2018 death.
The Emmy-winning doc turned the absurd chaos of Oregon's Rajneeshpuram into a pop culture phenomenon. We followed up.
Portlander LeBrie Rich pays homage to the foods of her childhood—while examining their capitalist origin stories—in her fuzzy, felted Wolff Gallery show.
Portland’s biggest celebration of fandom, comics, and cosplay starts tonight.
From hip-hop phenoms to sweet-voiced doom rockers, these are the musicians soundtracking our city in 2018.
Fiona McCann, Rebecca Jacobson, Sam Pape, and Benjamin Tepler
On Disenchantment, the TV vet goes medieval.
... by advancing her art with a move to PDX. Win for us!
The music video for "Once in My Life" is a seven-minute celebration of being different.
On his debut LP, Chanticleer Trü blends electro-soul, boogie-funk, and house, anchoring it all with his classically trained voice.
Oregon musician and producer Richard Swift died July 3 at age 41. Online, his community mourned the loss.
Even with Clint Eastwood and the Wallowa Mountains, Paint Your Wagon was a real cow patty.
Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace chases a real-life Portland mystery.
Starring Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill, Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot chronicles the life of the provocative quadriplegic artist.