The weekend is back, Portland! Enjoy small bites and Flights at Hip Chicks Do Wine Sip & Shop. Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month and the AANHPI community at Saturday’s Oregon Rises Above Hate gathering. And every Sunday, Portland Spirit hosts a Sunday Brunch Cruise through Downtown Portland.Read More
No secret to allergy sufferers, Lawn Love has named Portland the No.11 worst city for grass allergies.
The Side Yard Farm & Kitchen hosts The Lost Table grieving group potluck once a month in Northeast Portland’s Cully neighborhood.
And a former mayor of Portland is the man in a popular poster seen on campuses worldwide called, “Expose Yourself to Art.”Read More
June 1 @ The Old Church Concert Hall – Laura Cortese & the Dance Cards is nothing if not a culmination: the gathering of a select group of acoustic roots musicians at the zenith of their careers.Read More
May 29 @ The Old Church Concert Hall – Caleb Hearon is a comedian at whom nobody has ever been mad. He currently resides in Los Angeles, where he is a writer for Netflix’s spinoff of their hit show Big Mouth, called Human Resources.Read More
May 21 @ The Goodfoot Pub & Lounge – Genre-blending jammers Lost Ox are based in Portland. The band, known for combining elements of funk, psychedelia, jazz, Americana, and progressive rock, has been a staple of the scene since 2017.Read More
May 21 @ The Old Church Concert Hall – GIRL GOD is a comedy and writing duo featuring April Clark and Grace Freud. Their live shows are surreal, interactive performances with jokes from their trans and queer perspective that are actually funny and not just looking for applause.Read More
May 18 @ The Old Church Concert Hall – Drawing on influences from Indian, jazz, and western classical traditions, Naya Baaz is a ground-breaking new collaboration featuring 2021 Guggenheim Fellow Rez Abbasi and trail-blazing sitar virtuoso Josh Feinberg.Read More