November 9 @ Revolution Hal – Death Song is the first full-length release in four years from The Black Angels – Austin’s five-piece psych rock masters – and their debut for Partisan Records.Read More
November 5 @ Aladdin Theater – Austin, Texas-based singer-songwriter and former frontman of The Ugly Americans and The Scabs, Bob Schneider has become one of the most celebrated musicians in the live music capital.Read More
October 20 – November 14 @ Portland Center Stage – The Chinese Lady tells the story of fourteen-year-old Afong Moy as she’s brought to the United States from Guangzhou Province in 1834. Allegedly the first Chinese woman to set foot on U.S. soil, she has been put on display for the American public as “The Chinese Lady.”Read More
October 23-24 in NE Portland – Parkrose Marketplace has live music, great food, beverage garden put on by Catman Cellars winery and Level Beer Brewery, local-indigenous-global art and craft, clothing, jewelry, handcrafted treasures of all kinds.Read More
Join Literary Arts for the Portland Book Festival, returning in a hybrid format this year, featuring five nights of virtual programming, November 8–12, 2021, and an in-person Festival Day on November 13.Read More
The weekend is back, Portland! On Thursday, The Falcon Collective Presents “Roots” Portland Premiere. Find lovely treasures at BOHEME PDX Outdoor Market. Bella Organic’s Haunted Corn Maze is open Friday & Saturday. Season of Screams HUGE haunted house is now open in North Portland. And double your gift when you give to a charity w/ Pix Pâtisserie.Read More
Northern Oregonians were treated to the Northern Lights early this week.
The Oregon Zoo is celebrating the completion of multiple renovation projects funded by a 2008 bond measure.
And an orphaned cheetah has been adopted into a new family in Oregon.Read More