May 7 – The increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather events like hurricanes, wildfires and droughts threaten the world’s food supply, drive people from their homes, separate families and jeopardize livelihoods.Read More
Giant cinnamon rolls are raising thousands of dollars for the Oregon Food Bank.
Despite social distancing guidelines likely going through the summer, Pedalpalooza is still planning to go on in June!
And the OLCC now allows distilleries to deliver!Read More
The weekend is back, Portland! We’ve got lots of fun ways to social distance into May! King Farmers Market opens Sunday. Alberta Rose is streaming a new artist every night! And Mother’s Day is coming up next week, be sure to order her something special.Read More
BodyVox presents its fifth annual Contact Dance Film Festival this April, available to stream starting April 30. The 4 day festival features three different programs, showcasing award-winning collaborations between filmmakers, dancers, and choreographers from around the world.Read More
In May, Japanese retailer MUJI is hosting a series of virtual workshops to help audiences feel inspired and stay positive as the world navigates the ‘new norms’ of working from home and social distancing.Read More
We may be staying at home but that’s not stopping Original Practice Shakespeare Festival from going international! See them perform this weekend w/ Shake-Scene Shakespeare from the United Kingdom.Read More