Milagro Theatre presents their 7th La Luna Nueva, the festival of Hispanic arts and culture in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. This year, the diversity of this region is illuminated with international and local artists in a line-up designed for kids and families. With music, storytelling and dance from First […]
Arts & Entertainment
Portland’s weirdness is celebrated and examined in Pieces of Portland: An Inside Look at America’s Weirdest City....
Mary Garvey is featured artist in the September exhibit, Conjuring Peace, at Karuna Contemplative Living, 1725 SE Hawthorne...
20-year old photographer Andrew Studer creates time-lapse videos. His latest, Restless, is a backpacker’s vicarious...
A local fundraiser for Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign takes place Monday, September 7, at Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton St. The thought-provoking 2003 film The Corporation will be screened too. The evening begins at 7 pm. Admission is $5-10 sliding scale with no one turned away for lack of […]Read more ›
Tracy Grammer returns to her Portland stomping grounds for a late summer concert, Saturday, September 5, at Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta St. Grammer lived in Portland for many years and performed as half of the “postmodern, mythic American folk” duo, with partner Dave Carter. She continues to present […]Read more ›
…a new large scale public art project in the SE Industrial District this month. RACC sponsored the installation that features 20 custom audio players emitting wild animal sounds. The public is invited every Saturday in September from noon to 4 pm to experience the installation by walking around and exploring […]Read more ›
Film archivist and historian Dennis Nyback continues his third Monday of the month screenings at the Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd. and September’s offering is The Birth of Betty Boop, Monday September 21 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $8 and $5 for members. Betty Boop, a star in the […]Read more ›
This is Bishop’s House from Gary Buhler’s September exhibit at the Architectural Heritage Center. The show is called Urban PDX, and is an all-Buhler exhibit up through September 29 Buhler’s a George Fox University Professor of Art and the new collection features intricate details of recognizable historic Portland buildings and […]Read more ›
Triangle Theatre kicks off its new season with Looped!, the story of a recording session with diva Tallulah Bankhead that took place in the mid 60’s when everyone already knew Tallulah’s name and her story. She had dominated the talent industry, from talk shows to plays, and movies including one […]Read more ›