By J. Michael Kearsey The towering columns that face west toward the river, give a glimpse into the history of Washington High School, set on SE Stark and 14th St. The building, currently in an exciting and massive rehab, was reconstructed following a fire that destroyed the original East [...]
By Karen Hery Change is hard for businesses and residents who want to make the most of the inner city. Not changing the looks...
By Midge Pierce With its adoption of an interim building code amendment last month, City Council took baby steps toward addressing...
By Don MacGillivray Every day 10,000 people in the United States turn 65 and Oregon is seeing a migration of seniors from...
By Don MacGillivray Every day 10,000 people in the United States turn 65 and Oregon is...
By Nancy Tannler The Belmont Library recently invited the public to attend a TED talk with...
By Don MacGillivray An estimation by federal housing and census report that the need for...
- Sustainable lumber business moves to new location
- Grand Ave Floral Celebrates 30 Year Anniversary
- Welcome the future St. Francis Park Apartments
RNA March 2 Land Use Committee Meeting: 7-8pm, Waverly Church, SE Woodward and 33rd Presentation...
By Rose Hart Save these dates! Saturday, May 23, from 9 am to 1 am, join your fellow neighbors...
By Heather Waisanen The Kerns Neighborhood Association (KNA) is busy planning events...
Portland Rose Society’s 21st Annual Information & Vendor Fair Oaks Amusement Park Dance Pavilion, Monday, March 16, 7:30 pm. Free admission. • shop local garden and supply centers • buy special PRS fertilizer and all organic fertilizer • talk with experts on disease control and sprays • enjoy [...]Read more ›
a play by Madeleine George, continues through March 21 at Back Door Theater, 4319 SE Hawthorne Blvd. (entrance through Common Grounds) presented by Defunkt. Brodie, a Doctor of Linguistics in her mid 40s, decides to have a baby on her own. She learns the child may have genetic problems, and [...]Read more ›
is a series of absurd one act parodies by Christopher Durang skewering well-known plays by Tennessee Williams, Sam Shepard and others. Durang twists up American classics and culture in this production directed by Samuel Dinkowitz. The show is performed Friday – Sunday, through March 28. All shows at 7:30 pm [...]Read more ›
1050 SE Clinton St., put out a public call to writers and directors to submit ideas for the company’s next great show. Four Pilots were chosen and will premiere over four weekends, March 12 – April 5. Audiences vote for their favorite Pilot and the theatre will give the winner [...]Read more ›
– Imago Theatre’s adaptation of Beauty and the Beast is in production but has been postponed to open later than planned in December 2015. The play incorporates puppetry (“120 little machines”), special effects, and song to retell the classic fairytale. For those with tickets who wish to know their options, [...]Read more ›
by The Ensemble, is Sunday, March 22 at Saint Stephen’s Catholic Church, 1112 SE 41st Ave. at 4 pm. The concert consists of a cycle of 20 Italian spiritual madrigals with a concluding Latin motet composed by Orlando di Lasso. The work is structured in three sections of seven compositions, [...]Read more ›
with Michael Stirling, Saturday, March 21 from 8 – 10 pm. An offering of Indian classical music with Michael Stirling, vocalist and disciple of Pandit Pran Nath and student of Terry Riley accompanied by Lieve Maas, tabla and Lucy Stirling, tambura. Suggested donation is $10-$20. No one will be turned [...]Read more ›
Recent paintings from Alan Rose’s Wiseguy Narratives are on the walls of the Eastbank Commerce Center, 1001 SE Water Ave. for the month of March. Rose’s images of ordinary people in everyday situations, have a offbeat point of view. Scribbly doodles evolve into peculiar painted images that are thought-provoking, flat, [...]Read more ›
This is Spreading Feathers, fashioned from acrylic, oil pastel, charcoal, graphite, paper and wax on wood-board from Jenny Siegel’s new show Sowing Seeds at 12×16 Gallery, 8235 SE 13th Ave. No. 5. Siegel’s paintings, etchings, and collage explore social, ecological, and emotional responsibility, curiosity and contemplation. See jennysiegel.com. Also featured [...]Read more ›
The Young Professionals Company at Oregon’s Children Theatre present columbinus, a play directed by Lava Alapai, opening April 10 at the YP Studio Theater, 1939 NE Sandy Blvd. Sparked by the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, columbinus combines fact and fiction and explores 21st century American [...]Read more ›