October 30 @ Revolution Hall – Since forming in fall 2018, Southern California-bred alt-rock band Greer have moved forward with incredible momentum, fueled by their immaculate songwriting and unguarded sincerity.Read More
November 26-27 @ Aladdin Theater – What better way to celebrate the holiday season than with Storm Large? Recently seen on ‘America’s Got Talent’, Storm will love you, leave you, delight you and abuse you with a wicked charm and stunning vocals.Read More
October 29 @ Revolution Hall – Toad the Wet Sprocket made music headlines in the late ’80s and early ’90s featuring an eclectic alternative rock sound that pairs a number of musical stylings, including rock, country, pop and folk.Read More
November 28 @ Crystal Ballroom – When you think of beloved shock-metal outfit GWAR, those words are likely the first that come to mind. And with good reason. Since forming in Richmond, Virginia in 1984, GWAR have not only managed to endure through various lineup changes, but have become one of the most beloved bands in all of metal.Read More
October 14 @ Cinema 21 – One of the year’s biggest ski films is coming to Portland, and you’re invited! Faction Skis presents its third feature-film, “Roots,” in partnership with Red Bull Media House.Read More
The weekend is back, Portland! 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
Looking for peak fall foliage? KOIN weather estimates the Portland area will see peak colors mid-way through November.
North Portland’s Cathedral Park is home to a stunning rain garden.
And keep an eye on Vancouver middle schooler Gracie Jacoby, who recently broke a national high jump record for middle schoolers.Read More