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In the early afternoon of Sunday, July 26, a few thousand people will climb into inner tubes and other human-powered watercraft and...
By Nancy Tannler At a recent Sunnyside Neighborhood Association (SNA) Land Use meeting, the subject of zoning and the future development...
By Midge Pierce Score another round for citizen volunteer efforts to protect Mt. Tabor Park. At a June 25 City Council hearing to review...
In the early afternoon of Sunday, July 26, a few thousand people will climb into inner tubes and...
By Nancy Tannler and Steve Rice Steve Rice’s pre-dawn treks around Mt. Tabor, has brought the...
By Michelle Frost Portland has a softball league consisting of 16 teams from some of the most popular...
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By Susan Lindsay Board elections last month saw the BCA add five new first-time board members....
By Brenda Reddaway South Tabor Neighborhood Association (STNA) had its monthly meeting Thursday...
With a packed June agenda, largely related to issues of traffic and growth in the neighborhood,...
Exhibition of the Buddha’s Ancient & Sacred Relics Comes to Portland July 24-26, 2015 (Portland) Maitreya Loving Kindness Tour, a free to attend public exhibition of ancient and sacred relics of the historical Buddha Shakyamuni and 44 other Buddhist masters from India, Tibet & China is currently touring the world. […]Read more ›
There’s hot fun in the summertime at Clinton Street Theatre this month. Here are just a few of the films screening in the newly-cooled space at 2522 SE Clinton St. Thursday, July 9, 7 pm – KBOO presents THE HARDER THEY COME, the ultimate reggae movie with Jimmy Cliff, Toots […]Read more ›
The2015PDXPopNow!musicfestivalisinSEPortlandthisyearandtheannualfestrunsFridaythroughSundayJuly24–26atAudioCinema,226SEMadisonSt.undertheHawthorneBridge.Themusiccoversalotofgroundandincludeshiphop,jazz,metal,folkandpop,accessible,current,greatmusicandalllocally-sourced.Thisyear,PDXPoppartneredwiththeadvocacynon-profit,MusicinTheSchools,andhighschoolmusiciansincludingAmberMoon,Arbo,andDadRockarepartofthelineuptoo. There’s two stages, a record fair, street fair, food carts, and the annual band-on-band basketball tournament, Rigsketball. All PDX PopNow events are free, open to all ages and the music goes from noon to 1 am every day for three days. The alphabetical lineup: Amber Moon, Appendixes, Arbo, Autonomics, […]Read more ›
A life celebration of the centennial of the birth of poet, editor, publisher, labor activist, and playwright George Hitchcock (1914-2010) continues this year with the release of two new collections: Hitchcock on Trial and The Wounded Alphabet: Collected Poems of George Hitchcock. Both have the imprint of Portland’s Tavern Books. […]Read more ›
Post5 Theatre, 1666 SE Lambert St. presents their third and final Shakespearean comedy of the 2015 season, William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. The play is presented at the theatre’s new expanded 5,000 sq ft home in Sellwood. The curtain goes up at 8 pm onstage Friday – Sunday, July […]Read more ›
TEAMSTERS AND TURTLES TOGETHER AT LAST! A POST OREGON COUNTRY FAIR CONCERT with a full plate of songwritin’ and social rabblerousin’. Longtime OCF performers Anne Feeney, the agent provocateur and labor singer; environmental cowboy Dana Lyons, storyteller Chris Chandler and guitarslinger Paul Benoit, as well as Amy Sue Berlin and […]Read more ›
Caravan, Portland’s Tiny House Hotel, at 5009 NE 11th Ave., has already been featured on Portlandia and it’s a unique hotel idea: tiny houses instead of rooms on the busy corner of NE Alberta and 11th St. This summer is their first concert series that continues through the end of […]Read more ›
Weisenbloom Houseconcerts dishes up a full plate of live, real music, right up close and personal. A potluck at 6:30 pm warms up to music at 7 pm and there’s time for visiting musicians after. Monday July 6 – Michiel & Marjike Amsterdam’s Gitaar en Mandoline Duo and Tim Connell […]Read more ›
Cranes Across the Water commemorates the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima in honor of Sadako Sasaki, the Japanese girl who was two years old when the atomic bomb was dropped on August 6, 1945 near her home in Hiroshima, Japan. Sadako is remembered through her attempting to fold […]Read more ›
Two big Saturday concerts are coming to Artichoke Music: California’s Joanne Rand on July 12 and Austin’s Better Halves and Michael Shay on July 25. Both nights begin at 8 pm and doors open at 7:30 pm, Tickets are $15 and seating is limited. Make reservations now at 503.232.8845. For […]Read more ›