Tears of Joy Theatre’s new puppet play pairs folktales from Mexico and Argentina for a new show, When Animals Were People and The Lazy Bee. To the right are Tortuga and Ardilla. The show opens April 10 and continues with daytime performances through April 19. Details below Tales from Mexico and […]
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Sing Portland! is a non-audition community choir with over a hundred members. Music is taught by ear, through call and...
A new book, a history of SE Belmont St.’s Horse Brass Pub has recently been published and it’s appropriately titled...
Minnesota’s Claudia Schmidt has been writing wry, intelligent and very entertaining songs for nearly four decades....
is coming up again on Saturday April 18, the annual celebration of the stores that persevere and continue to make recordings of life-changing music available and special, all the while being independent and supporting a community of listeners and players. Not every town has a record store anymore, but Music […]Read more ›
Healing the Healthcare Blues is the fourth annual Inner City Blues Festival. Northwest blues stars return for a night of music to benefit the work of the state-wide coalition Health Care for All-Oregon for universal, affordable healthcare for all Oregonians. The Fest is Saturday, April 11 at the North Portland […]Read more ›
Classical Up Close presents a dinner show featuring members of the Oregon Symphony, Monday April 20, 7:30 pm at the Tony Starlight Showroom 1125 SE Madison St. All Classical morning host Christa Wessel hosts the Symphony musicians in a program especially-created for Tony Starlight’s intimate showroom. Proceeds benefit the Classical […]Read more ›
Clinton Street Theatre celebrates April with a vast assortment of informative films to ponder and enjoy. See cstpdx.com for more. • OCCUPY THE FARM – Wednesday and Thursday April 2, 7 pm. This new film is premiering in more than twenty-five cities this weekend. It tells the story of a […]Read more ›
Triangle Productions’ last show of the season is entitled Storefront Revue: The Babes are BACK! The backstory: In 1967, Portland State University sponsored a full-time Equity theatre; the American Theatre Company helmed by Tom Hill. When it closed in 1970, it would be another 16 years before Portland would have […]Read more ›
Banjo instrumentalist extrordinaire and legendary musician/author Dick Weissman returns from the wilds of Denver to play a special Spring concert at Café Artichoke, 3130 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Saturday, April 18, at 8 pm. Tickets are $15 at the door. Good to get there early as seating is limited. Rene Berblinger, […]Read more ›