By Nancy Tannler People do have the power to change decisions that governments make. A case in point is the Eiffel Tower, originally built for the 1889 World’s Fair and scheduled to be taken down afterwards. Its function as a radio tower and the outrage of Paris citizens kept [...]
After years of construction and disruption, Division Street is once again Open for Business! The neighborhood survived the chaos –...
By David S. Mayne A milestone was reached as Franklin students begin their final year at the 100-year old Franklin campus before...
By Karen Hery SE Portland has a long history of fostering, preserving and protecting everything from bike lanes to open space...
Come and see our day of the death altar, our Katrina(a dressed up n make up as a scull character)...
By Karen Hery The Sunnyside neighborhood is especially magical on Halloween. Old Victorians...
By David S. Mayne A milestone was reached as Franklin students begin their final year at...
By Colin Staub These days, SE Portland has a lot less street parking than it used to. Bioswales,...
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By Joanna Beatty The Montavilla neighborhood is as unique as the people that live here. What...
By Susan Lindsay Join us at for the October 9 BCA meeting from 7- 9 pm where we’ll discuss...
By Kate Mitchell MTNA Land use co-chair Stephanie Stewart provided background on a disputed...
Come and see our day of the death altar, our Katrina(a dressed up n make up as a scull character) We have pictures from past years. The Diffrent tamales and various MOLEs ; the typical fare-food for the…Los Muertos celebration. Saturday November 1 La Bamba Mexican Restaurante & Cantina 4908 [...]Read more ›
Down Among The Dead Men is a presentation of three bone-chilling stories and songs by storyteller Anne Penfound and singers Diana Tracy and Kathleen Wilkins (Duo Artimesia) just in time for Halloween, October 24, 25 and 31 at Hipbone Studio, 1847 E Burnside St. and are intended for adults and [...]Read more ›
Day of the Dead meets Creature Features at Sidestreet Gallery’s October Show as Portland artists explore the holiday season in this fun filled exhibition of handmade creations. Sidestreet Gallery, 140 SE 28th Ave. 503.233.1204Read more ›
Action/Adventure Theatre opens a new serial comedy based upon the Mars One Mission that boasts the goal of establishing permanent human settlements on Mars. A new episode premieres weekly and follows the lives of humanity’s first Martian settlers in a part sitcom, part science fiction mystery format. Audiences can reserve [...]Read more ›
Nothing says Harvest Time better than the Portland Sacred Harp Convention. This gathering is in its 23rd year and takes place Saturday and Sunday, October 18 and 19 at The Laurelhurst Club, 3721 SE Ankeny St. Anyone can be part of a group of up to 150 people from all [...]Read more ›
Café Artichoke behind Artichoke Music is humming with a new season of musical performance. Saturday October 11 is a rare treat double- bill featuring Curtis and Loretta from Minnesota and our own Poet Laureate of Bizzaroville, James Faretheewell, a natural pairing since Curtis and James encountered each other many years [...]Read more ›
Visually-rich animation comes to life at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) in a special presentation through January 11. From concept to finished product, the new exhibit is a behind-the-scenes look at the science behind storyboarding, character design, voice acting, sound effects, video editing and more. Guests can [...]Read more ›
Portland Open Studios Tour is two weekends, October 11, 12 and 18, 19, 10 am to 5 pm. Art studios are open both weekends and this annual event allows the public to interact with artists in their natural habitat and studio space. Ever been curious about what moves an artist [...]Read more ›
Bob: A Life in 5 Acts by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb is the Vertigo Theatre presentation October 17 – November 15 at Shoebox Theater, 2110 SE 10th Ave. Born in the bathroom of a White Castle Restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky and abandoned by his birth mother, Bob dreams of becoming a [...]Read more ›
It’s a new season of Portland FolkSong Society concerts and this month, the dynamic duo of Kate Power and Steve Einhorn share the evening with Sarah McQuaid. The concert is Friday, October 17, St. David of Wales Episcopal Church, 2800 SE Harrison St. and begins at 7:30 pm. Kate Power [...]Read more ›