Jeff “Weirdo” Jacobson is a leading force in the urban art scene in Seattle and his new work is in SE Portland. He has transformed Artifact Creative Recycle’s once nondescript alleyway into a striking, colorful mural at 3630 SE Division St. See more of his work at www.weirdocult.com.
By Nancy Tannler Eastside Village PDX is a group of like-minded people living on Portland’s east side who have come together...
By Midge Pierce A last ditch campaign to save Portland’s iconic Mt. Tabor reservoirs is emerging from outer SE citizens who...
By Midge Pierce Portlanders may assume historic designations protect treasured places from the SE wave of new construction,...
Detail from Division St. mural by Jeff Jacobson Jeff “Weirdo” Jacobson is a leading force in...
By Midge Pierce A last ditch campaign to save Portland’s iconic Mt. Tabor reservoirs is...
The Bureau of Environmental Services, Metro and the Expo Center in a joint effort created the Green...
- New Litigation to Address Climate Change
- Preserving furniture for posterity
- Future prosperity and economic justice
By Dana Savoie On October 21, NTNA held its yearly elections. We are happy to say that almost...
By Allen Field Richmond Neighborhood Association (RNA) held its monthly meeting Monday, October...
By Dawn Smallman Board member John Laursen announced at our October meeting that Portland...
This wall platter titled Reflection was made by SE Portland artist Babette Harvey. Her work is featured in several shows this month including the Audubon Wild Arts Festival, November 22 -23 at Montgomery Park and the Stark Street Studios Holiday Sale, November 28 – 30 / December 6 – 7 [...]Read more ›
Oregon Koto-Kai (OKK) performs their third anniversary concert, Saturday, November 8 at Epworth United Methodist Church, 1333 SE 28th Ave. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the concert begins at 7 pm. The koto is a thirteen string instrument with thirteen moveable bridges from ancient Japan, originally brought from China [...]Read more ›
…a new juried exhibition of book art focusing on religion and spirituality at 23 Sandy Gallery at 623 NE 23rd Ave. Featured works “take a stand or cross the line between the dichotomy of often-polarizing points of view”. There are 57 books by 52 artists exploring dualities – ritual and [...]Read more ›
Sidestreet Gallery’s annual exhibition of handcrafted ornaments includes flying robots like this one, slumped glass, paper mache, and painted wood and more. Sidestreet’s Holiday Show runs November 7 to December 23, 140 SE 28th Ave./503 233 1204Read more ›
Guitarist Jamie Stillway tours the world playing guitar. A Portland artist since the early aughts, she’ll take the stage at Café Artichoke’s intimate listening room debuting a new trio, Saturday, November 22 at 8 pm. Stillway’s considerable fingerstyle chops nod respectfully toward earlier guitar voices while managing to invent original, [...]Read more ›
The Next Waltz is a tribute concert and a benefit for both the Jeremy Wilson Foundation and the Oregon Food Bank. An all-star lineup of Portland musicians and singers recreate The Band’s farewell concert, originally held at San Francisco’s Winterland Ballroom in 1976, This version is Thanksgiving weekend too 38 [...]Read more ›
Swansea is an imaginative musical amalgamation born when Portland keyboardist/singer Rebecca Sanborn and drummer Ji Tanzer recruited Kansas City multi-instrumentalist/singer Kyleen King to expand their sound. Their first recording is Old Blood. Earlier this year, the band had a successful European tour through Germany, Netherlands, England and France. Sanborn and [...]Read more ›
is part of New-Found Scapes and Shapes, the November 12×16 Gallery show featuring Basch and Raymond Keller. carolbaschart.blogspot.com First Friday reception is November 7, 6 pm. An artists’ reception is Sunday November 9, 2 pm. 12×16 is at 8235 SE 13th Ave. No. 5. 503.432.3513 www.12x16gallery.comRead more ›
is presented again this year by Cantores In Ecclesia at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, 1112 SE 41St Ave. Sunday November 30, at 7:30 pm. Directed by Blake Applegate, the concert includes a repertoire spanning six centuries, from the 15th – 21th, with sacred works by Bruckner, Byrd, Isaac, MacMillan, Marlow, [...]Read more ›
The Late Now, the “thinking mammal’s avant-variety-talk show” presents its twenty-fifth spectaculous installment, The Dream Argument, Saturday, November 8 at 7:30 pm live at Vie de Bohème, 1530 SE 7th Ave. This oddly-hilarious and perceptively surreal toast of the town is hosted by the eccentrifugal Leo Daedalus. Guests this time [...]Read more ›