September 17-19 @ Lan Su Chinese Garden – Experience the magic of Mid-Autumn with three evenings of traditional lantern viewings at Lan Su Chinese Garden where the garden will be adorned with countless hanging lanterns, floating waterlily lanterns, and illuminated lion dance performances.Read More
September 24 @ Lola’s Room – Following her buzzy debut single, “Own It,” Bailey Bryan quickly became an Artist to Watch (Rolling Stone, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly) while earning praise from the New York Times for her “rich songwriting.”Read More
September 2 @ Alberta Abbey – One part comedy, one part news, and one part scheming for the revolution, The Bitchuation Room is a thoughtful look at leftist politics with a heavy dose of humor.Read More
Oregon Symphony is thrilled to bring back Portland’s favorite end of summer celebration and one of the most anticipated free community events, the Waterfront Concert and Festival on Sept. 4 for a free day full of music, dance and celebration for the whole family.Read More
The weekend is back, Portland! Summer’s winding down but there’s still plenty of time to find some vintage goodies at this weekend’s Willamette Flea. Bring the whole family and walk/run for a good cause at the Easterseals benefit at the Oregon Zoo! And Pix Patisserie is hosting their final Flamenco Friday of the year!Read More
Despite another COVID-19 surge, stages across the city are planning to host events and artists. Many venues will require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test.
President Biden has nominated Umatilla tribal member Charles F. “Chuck” Sams III to lead National Park Service. If confirmed, Sams would be the first Native American to hold the position.Read More