The holidays are a time for charity toward the community we live in as well as to our families and friends. Portland is fortunate to have many service organizations that work to help our citizens and institutions as well as those in need. Below are a number of non-profit [...]
Time for a Portland Public Water District Op-Ed By Floy Jones and Kent Craford Portland’s sewer rates are...
By Nancy Tannler Hawthorne artist David Delamare has produced ten books with traditional publishers (including a collaboration...
Enjoy the 2013 Southeast Examiner Gift Guide In this Gift Guide we are promoting conscious consumerism for this holiday and everyday....
The holidays are a time for charity toward the community we live in as well as to our families and...
By Nancy Tannler Hawthorne artist David Delamare has produced ten books with traditional...
Enjoy the 2013 Southeast Examiner Gift Guide In this Gift Guide we are promoting conscious...
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Richmond By Heather Flint Chatto The Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting...
By Kate Mitchell The Mt. Tabor Neighborhood Association adopted a policy position on the...
By Susan Lindsay Join BCA for our December 12 meeting and holiday munch! Bring cookies and/or...
Richmond By Heather Flint Chatto The Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on November 11, 2013 at Waverly Heights Church at SE 33rd and Woodward St. RNA meetings are held in the church basement; enter from the east-side door. The RNA’s website is www.richmondpdx.org. Mark Zahner, a neighbor [...]Read more ›
SMART seeking volunteers in SE Are you looking to make a difference in the life of a child? SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) is seeking volunteers for the 2013-14 school year at the following sites in SE Portland: • Arleta Elementary • Atkinson Elementary • Buckman Elementary • [...]Read more ›
In Mulieribus is the eight-member female vocal ensemble dedicated to music written primarily before 1750. With Anna Song conducting, the group presents Nowell Syng We: Songs and Carols from Medieval England Sunday, Dec. 22 at St. Philip Neri Church, 2408 SE 16th Ave. The concert begins at 7 pm and [...]Read more ›
…a show of colorful collages by Seattle’s Marty Gordon and New Zealand’s Peter Lewis is up December 6 to 29 at Gallery 6 PDX, 131 NE 6th Ave. Artist reception is First Friday December 6 beginning at 5 pm and both artists will attend. The gallery is open Friday-Sunday, Noon [...]Read more ›
This New Year’s Eve, a live Afro Beat, Salsa and Latin Jazz dance party with music from Jujuba and Pa’lante will benefit Mercy Corps’ work in the Philippines. The dance will see in the New Year at the large, beautiful, freshly-rejuvenated Red Rose Ballroom at 1829 NE Alberta, from 9 [...]Read more ›
World-renowned, virtuosic autoharp master Bryan Bowers performs live in concert December 13 at St. David of Wales Episcopal Church; 2800 SE Harrison St. It has been several years since he was in Portland. Bowers has refined and redefined autoharp playing several times over. In concert, he is engaging, enchanting and [...]Read more ›
Echo Theater Company, the non-profit organization operating Do Jump School and Echo Theater presents its first live show, Tess on an Alien Planet December 20-30 at 1515 SE 37th Ave. Directed by Aaron Wheeler-Kay, this original Science Fiction adventure utilizes aerial dance, partner acrobatics, and ensemble-devised physical theater. Sara Fay [...]Read more ›
The Stubborn Lovers is a six-piece all original alt-country band with three golden-voices and guitars, pedal steel, bass, drums, and dobros aplenty. On Saturday, December 7 they play the Hawthorne Theatre Lounge, 1507 SE 39th Ave. in an 8 pm, 21+ over show. Also on the bill is the last-ever [...]Read more ›
TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY is the Christmas – New Year Concert by The Oregon Renaissance Band, directed by Philip and Gayle Neuman. Music from England, Ireland, Transylvania, France, Germany, and pieces from ORB’s latest CD, “Now Make We Joye” will be featured with 12 musicians performing selections by Viadana, Goudimel, [...]Read more ›
Portland yoga teacher and artist Niema Lightseed’s new book of poems is Cosmonautica: Broken-Open Heart Songs that explores mercurial reflections on the wisdom of her many teachers. Lightseed teaches weekly Mythic Yoga classes near Burnside and 60th. These alignment-focused Hatha Yoga classes use archetype exploration and storytelling to create an [...]Read more ›