By Midge Pierce At the current pace of more than one demolition per day, some 800 more houses could be razed over the next two years before City code and zoning policies can likely change. The earliest date for implementing task force code and zoning recommendations is likely 2017. Yet, […]
Living Room Conversations Brad Malsin, Beam Development, co-hosted a Living Room Conversation Community Forum with Cameron Whitten...
By Michelle Frost Despite the many changes in this fair city – widespread development, rising costs, throngs of newcomers,...
By Nancy Tannler Throughout time the curious among us have had a fascination with paranormal and other mysterious worldly happenings. ...
Gov. Kate Brown asks for new approach to Nestle water deal OregonLive By Kelly House November 06,...
Due to a printing error the contact information on the ads on pages 16 & 17 of our November...
The elegant black and white mural called “Other Hand”at the corner of SE 78th and Stark (by...
By Don McGillivray At one time or another, everyone is likely to want information about caring for...
By Michelle Frost Despite the many changes in this fair city – widespread development,...
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By Laura Smith Debra Monzon provided an update from the Thorburn Street Safety Group. The City is...
By Ute Munger The October 15 meeting was enriched by a visit of Jen Corbridge, an administrative...
By Callie Jones The Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on October 12, at...
Gov. Kate Brown asks for new approach to Nestle water deal OregonLive By Kelly House November 06, 2015 at 2:50 PM, updated November 06, 2015 at 5:35 PM The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will scrap its latest strategy to free up water for a Nestle bottled water plant […]Read more ›
Due to a printing error the contact information on the ads on pages 16 & 17 of our November issue was dropped off. Here it is: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more ›
PORTLAND SINGS! is a community sing-along where you can use your voice with confidence in a casual, group-singing opportunity. No auditions. This month it’s held Sunday, Nov. 15 from 3 – 5 pm at TaborSpace, 5441 SE Belmont St. Sing folk, pop, blues, country and soul. Admission is sliding scale […]Read more ›
Bite Studio First Friday – a group show of studio members, Jo Brody, Tara Murino-Brault and Margaret Sutko. This piece, Mt. Tabor Silhouette, is from a first showing of new prints by Brody. TheshowopensFirstFriday,Nov.6from6to10pmat2000SE7thAve. Also included will be etchings, monotypes and relief prints, Japanese wood-block and collographs. Works will be […]Read more ›
The Book of Merman is a new musical comedy by Leo Schwartz premieres November 27 at The Sanctuary, 1785 NE Sandy Blvd. Amy Jo Halliday stars as the one and only Ethel. Two Mormon missionaries, Elders Shumway and Braithwaite think they see a sign from heaven when they see a […]Read more ›
[Translation: Offending The Audience} The imagineers at Liminal are at it again and this time they present Publikumsbeschimpfung (say that three times fast), an absurdist play from half a century ago, given a distinct 21st century twist. In 1965, Peter Handke began work on a seminal work of anti-theatre, Offending […]Read more ›
Portland piano songwriter Michael Allen Harrison performs in concert accompanied by the voice of Julianne Johnson, November 30 at St. Philip Neri Church, 2408 SE 16th Ave. Music begins at 7 pm. Tickets are $25 preferred seating, $15 regular admission. Proceeds support the church’s Altar Society. Homemade cookies from traditional […]Read more ›
is among the great songwriting voices in bluegrass, the winner of a Grammy and two IBMA Awards and cofounder of the Good Old Persons band, Kallick has written over 150 original songs and made 20 albums. Friday, November 20 Kallick and her band plays a rare Portland concert for the […]Read more ›
Ernest Whaley presents the weekly “3 Chords and the Truth Songwriters Showcase” most Thursdays at Art Haus Theater, 850 NE 81st Ave. Each week three sets of songwriters present their share of their bounteous harvest of song. The schedule includes: Thursday, November 5 – Danny Sohn, Bethany Randall and Todd […]Read more ›
The Audubon Society of Portland 35th Annual Wild Arts Festival celebrates the work of regional and national artists and authors Saturday, November 21, from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday, November 22, 11 am to 5 pm at Montgomery Park, 2701 NW Vaughn. The Fest features 64 artists and […]Read more ›