The United States honors Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday. Celebrate his legacy and message with volunteer opportunities starting this week.
February 2 @ Aladdin Theater – Ally Maine may have not gotten to do that European tour, but nothing can stop Who? Weekly from embarking on a trip across the U.S.A.
February 1 @ Revolution Hall – For any band to thrive on the road for twenty-five years, there needs to be a constant source of renewal, a fresh spring of creativity at the center of the music that brings each member back for more. For Leftover Salmon, one of the original purveyors of Americana, this […]
Febraury 9 @ Revolution Hall – Luz Elena Mendoza’s story is one sung to her ancestors and humanity, exploring a faith that is greater than just religion, and a life of metamorphosis and awakening.
February 1 @ Crystal Ballroom – From the days of playing greasy local juke joints to headlining major festivals, JJ Grey remains an unfettered, blissful performer, singing with a blue-collared spirit over the bone-deep grooves of his compositions.
January 27-March 3 @ Alder Stage – 15 years after Norwegian house wife Nora Helmer walked out on Ibsen’s Torvald, she walks back in the front door in the sequel to the 1879 social drama. In the ensuing years of her departure, Nora has become an incendiary writer — which isn’t a profession that married […]
January 28 @ Clinton Street Theater – Adapted from Mark Millar’s hyper-violent comic book of the same name, director Matthew Vaughn’s (Layer Cake) vigilante superhero film tells the tale of an average New York teenager who decides to don a costume and fight crime.
Discover Portland’s hidden secrets with your sweetie w/ Urban Adventure Quest Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure, which turns the Rose City into a giant game board!
February 14-16 @ Portland Spirit – This romantic evening includes your cruise on the Willamette River with spectacular views of the Portland skyline, a delicious four course meal. Show your special someone an evening filled with romance, music and delicious food.
February 2-3, 9-10 @ Hip Chicks Do Wine – We’ve paired up with local chocolatiers Alma’s Chocolates & A Yen for Chocolate for a fun Chocolate and Wine Pairing! We’ll pair 4 of their locally-made hand-crafted truffles and one caramel from Jonboy Caramels in Seattle with 5 of our wines.
January 26 @ The Goodfoot – 15 years and hundreds of shows later, Jujuba continues to whip crowds into a dancing frenzy with their explosive live shows. Led by master talking drummer, Nojeem Lasisi (King Sunny Ade), the ten piece band straddles the line between Afrobeat and juju. A full horn line, rubbery bass and […]
January 21 @ EastBurn – The show showcases the best comedians in Portland along with national acts and is hosted by Barbara Holm. There will be prizes!
January 24 @ The Goodfoot – Co.Lo.So., Collection of Lone Souljahs, is a West Coast Reggae band, formed in 2013 by ukulele guy/vocalist/lyricist Kevin Coloso. Kevin left his hometown in Maui, HI and moved to the Pacific Northwest. It was after college that Kevin’s musical talent became impossible to ignore and he began to pursue […]
Cheer on the Blazers at EastBurn! During the game, if they score over a 100, fans can get $3 draft beers/ciders and get half off their famous Bowl of Trinity Fries – hand cut russet & sweet potatoes, crispy fried leeks, w/ roasted tomato aioli!
January 25-27 @ Portland Expo Center – International Cat Show invites you to experience the international world and variety of CATS. Real cats. Unique breeds in diverse styles, shapes, colors and patterns, representing feline beauty from around the world. Old Breeds with histories, to rescues with a story, over 250 cats on display and competing.
Video Dance Attack kicks off 80s weekend on Friday, January 25th! Then on Saturday, the Crystal Ballroom is transported back to the glory days of the HAIR BAND era with 6 full force tribute bands prepared to melt your face!
January 19-21 @ Pure Green – We can hardly believe that we are about to celebrate our 5 Year Anniversary!! Thank you all so much for the love you have shown us throughout the years! We have some of the best vendors and customers in Portland and we hope to continue to grow together! We […]
E-Scooters are coming back! A report has found more than half of Portlanders have positive view of the scooters. PBOT is allowing them back in the spring. The newest DC Comics superhero is a young woman of color from Portland named Naomi. And Portland has a history of being weird. A century ago, Portland’s upper […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! Who’s a good boy!? Find out at this weekend’s Rose City Classic Dog Show. Celebrate the Blazers at Rip City Ale Fest. Samples 10 local cider houses at Wassail Cider Fest. And Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Portland Cello Project, Cannabis Collaborative Conference, Truth I’d Dare & more!
February 12 @ Portland Art Museum – University of Portland’s Pamplin School of Business Education Series is pleased to announce the kick-off of Women in Business hosted at the Portland Art Museum! Sharing the stories of C-level female professionals and how they rose to the top. What are their personal stories? How can we learn […]
February 7-22 @ Funhouse Lounge – Date Night Double Feature-two shows in one just in time for VDay!
February 1 @ Aladdin Theater – Almost everyone in Hawaii has strummed a ukulele at one time or another. But at the age of 14, Jake Shimabukuro realized that he was doing something a little different with the four-stringed instrument – OK, a lot different.
May 1 @ Keller Auditorium – Second Show Added! Actor/Comedian/Writer Tom Segura has quickly become one of Hollywood’s most in demand and highly regarded talents. He is best known for his three Netflix specials, Disgraceful (2018), Mostly Stories (2016), and Completely Normal (2014). Paste Magazine described him as, “…having a natural and capable storytelling ability, […]
January 27 @ PSU Viking Pavillion – As the village taiko drum calls families home, Mochitsuki brings together the Japanese cultural organizations to celebrate, strengthen, and enrich the community.
February 25 @ Downtown Hilton – The Portland Business Journal, along with forty-two other publications across the country, will be hosting Bizwomen Mentoring Monday for the sixth year. This one-of-a-kind, high energy event brings together local business women committed to the advancement of women in business.
February 9 @ The Old Church Concert Hall – We have a beautiful lineup of real, true love stories by 5 amazing women, and of course, we’ve included “The Honeymoon is Over Downs” as told by Lawrence Howard.
January 26 @ EastBurn – Join us for the best Latin Party in town, a bit of all the rhythms that you want to dance to; merengue, salsa, bachata, cumbia, reggaeton, timba and more……
January 18-20 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Limelight, one of Charlie Chaplin’s last films, can be considered autobiographical in its nature. The film follows a washed-up stage actor who performs as a clown named Calvero. As times change Calvero is forgotten and his act is seen as obsolete. Around the time of the film’s release […]
February 2 @ The Old Church – Our lives are fueled by expectation. Sometimes we make them ourselves. Sometimes they are imposed on us by others. In his very first feature-length solo show Warren McPherson tells stories about his unrealistic hopes for the world and the weight of the expectations his family and the world […]
Here are the latest Portland job listings on PDX Pipeline including Northwest Self Storage, Children’s Institute, Hiring Thing & More!
February 12 @ Oregon Zoo – At Oregon Zoo’s February Pub Talk, animal behavior specialist Barbara Heidenreich, who has trained thousands of animals including rats and rhinos, will discuss her work. She works with universities, veterinary professionals, zoos, pet owners and conservationists around the world to help foster the bond between humans and animals.
Janaury 26 @ The Liquor Store – ANDAZ is the longest-running Bhangra & Bollywood dance party in the world, a transportive experience that has enraptured feverishly dancing Portland crowds for more than 16 years.