By Midge Pierce As residents of Eastmoreland celebrate the preservation of three majestic sequoias in their neighborhood, a mile away, Richmond neighbors continue their vigil beside two Douglas Firs left standing on a corner lot that until recently boasted a large walnut, a sister fir and a stand of fruit-bearing […]
Sage Bolyard and other ardent skateboarders began skateboarding under the Burnside Bridge in 1990. Using the bridges foundation as...
Mt. Tabor Reservoir Disconnection October marks the beginning of disconnection of Mt. Tabor’s reservoirs from Portland’s drinking...
By Don MacGillivray The Comprehensive Plan will guide Portland’s land-use development and facility investment decisions over the...
Sage Bolyard and other ardent skateboarders began skateboarding under the Burnside Bridge in 1990....
By Michelle Frost If there is truly a Cloud 9 (“the highest a cloud can be; a state of happiness,...
By Don MacGillivray While our waste water and sewage systems are working well here in Portland...
By Laura Smith Though it’s a year away, the date has been set for the 2016 Mt. Tabor Neighborhood...
By Alan Kessler The Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on September 14 at...
By Ute Munger The 6th annual Harvest Fest in September was again a total success. Trinity...
Fourth annual Mt Tabor walk/run The fourth annual Friends of Mt. Tabor Park 5k walk/run and 10K run is Sunday, October 11 and celebrates autumn in the park. Mt. Tabor Park has a well-designed forested trail system consisting of three trails: the Red, Green and Blue that circumnavigate Mt. […]Read more ›
The Haunted House presented by The Reformers is a new take on a scary, old school thrill. The house is open Thursdays through Saturdays, October 22 – 31 from 7:30 – 9:30 pm at 1126 SE 15th Ave. and “definitely not for the faint of heart” and for ages 14 […]Read more ›
Milagro Theatre, 525 SE Stark St. continues its long tradition of Día de los Muertos celebrations, with an original production: LA MUERTE BAILA. The play blends traditional dance, song and music of the Mexican Day of the Dead festivities, with a tale conceived and directed by Rebecca Martínez in collaboration […]Read more ›
Portland radio hero Per Fagereng’s first book, Jack Moloney’s Century has just been published. It’s the story of young Moloney beginning at the turn of the 21st century and following him through to the year 2080. Growing up in Derry, in British-occupied Ireland, Moloney lobs a mortar round into an […]Read more ›
The first Eastside Music Showcase is at the Clinton Street Theater is Friday, October 16 and the musical line up is exciting withAlexander’s Real Time Band, Hunter Paye and the evening’s host, Alexa Wiley & the Wilderness. Wiley & the Wilderness’ new album reached the Top 5 in weekly sales […]Read more ›
Portland Folkmusic Society presents folk legend Bill Staines in an October 16 concert at St. David of Wales, 2800 SE Harrison. Staines is an intimate performer, blending story and song with twenty-six recordings to his credit. He’s written over three hundred songs and many have been recorded by Peter, Paul, […]Read more ›
Jenny Conlee, (keyboard and accordionist for The Decemberists, Black Prairie and many others) has released her first full-length album of instrumental music. It’s a collaboration with her producer/husband Steve Drizos. Conlee’s French Kayaking Music, was written for the film Voyagers Without Trace by Ian McCluskey; a documentary about a French […]Read more ›
Oregon author D. Wallace Peach set her new fantasy novel, The Sorcerer’s Garden, in the west hills of Portland. It’s a tangled tale where urban and medieval fantasy collide stretches from Burnside Ave. to Wallace Park, up into the hills to the famous Pittock mansion, central to her book’s action. […]Read more ›
with MARS TWO, directed by Nick Fenster and the opener of their new season. A sci-fi serial comedy, and the 2nd of four episodes presented this season, the story follows the band of the first humans who sign up for a one way trip to colonize Mars for the Earth. Shows […]Read more ›
The Clinton Street Stomp is an evening of unamplified performances presented on 3rd Saturdays of each month through December. The Stomp is a variety show of sorts featuring top roots music performers. All shows are hosted by country/blues yodeler, Zach Bryson and feature a short opening set by The High […]Read more ›