By Paula Manley The 10th Mt Tabor Art Walk is Saturday and Sunday, May 16 – 17. This juried art show and sale features 40 talented neighborhood artists at 25 sites around the Taborhood. Hours are 10 am to 5 pm and admission is free. The public is invited to […]
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Cleveland HS will sing a benefit concert in support of Mercy Corps efforts. Why? After Cleveland’s Choir earned first place and qualified for State at the Portland Interscholastic League. Due to a bureaucratic glitch the hard working Student Choir were unable to perform at State. They are now making lemonade […]Read more ›
By Paula Manley The 10th Mt Tabor Art Walk is Saturday and Sunday, May 16 – 17. This juried art show and sale features 40 talented neighborhood artists at 25 sites around the Taborhood. Hours are 10 am to 5 pm and admission is free. The public is invited to […]Read more ›
from the Times Square: Cathedral & Choir, is part of Myron Filene’s show. He’s the May artist at 12×16 Gallery, 8235 SE 13th Ave. No. 5. Filene presents portfolios of photographic art from Times Square, NY. His work is based on panoramas, and they have a habit of exploding with […]Read more ›
Artichoke Music, 3130 SE Hawthorne Blvd. features many live music offerings each month along with a full schedule of music classes during the day. The concert space in the back is a great-sounding room and an intimate listening experience. Seating is limited so call ahead for reservations: 503.232.8845 Saturday May […]Read more ›
David Tiller and Enion Pelta-Tiller are the musical creative couple behind the Lyons, Colorado band Taarka. They perform in concert Wednesday, May 6 at The Goodfoot, 2845 SE Stark St. in a 10 pm show. Tickets are $10 at the door Taarka’s musical influences stretch from Django-inspired sounds of old-world […]Read more ›
Commissioned by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 2010 and acclaimed nationwide, American Night: The Ballad of Juan José, directed by Elizabeth Huffman, follows a Mexican ex-policeman feverishly preparing to take the US citizenship test. His dream transforms into a surreal obsession, and he is confronted face to face with historical […]Read more ›
A bona fide Do Not Miss evening of acoustic music. It’s your chance to spend an up-close intimate evening with legendary bluegrass songwritin’ picker Peter Rowan, Friday May 8 at St. David of Wales Episcopal Church, 2800 SE Harrison St. Doors open at 7, show at 8. Tickets are $30, […]Read more ›
The Incredibly Short Film Festival is a digital festival of looping animated GIF’s (graphic interchage format). Curated and commissioned from around the world, the fest will showcase and celebrate the wonder of GIFs as (incredibly) short format films. Artists are encouraged to submit their original GIF art animations to the […]Read more ›
As a four year old, Jaime Leopold moved with his family to what is now in the middle of Portland’s I-405 interchange (what used to be SW 13th and Mill). Since then, his life has been filled with many incredible tales and diversions. Leopold spent five years playing bass with […]Read more ›
The inaugural concert of the Harrison Hill Chamber Players is Saturday, May 23 at 7:30 pm at St. David of Wales Episcopal Church, 2800 SE Harrison St. The evening program consists of Walter Piston’s Three Pieces for Flute, Bassoon and Clarinet; Robert Mucynski’s Fragments for Woodwind Trio; Ian Clarke’s Maya […]Read more ›