March 4 @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall – Let the musicians of the Portland Youth Philharmonic Orchestra whisk you away for this fun and inspiring musical experience, featuring the USA premiere of Symphony No. 3 by one of England’s greatest symphonic composers Ruth Gipps.Read More
March 18 @ The Old Church Concert Hall – Väsen-Duo, Mikael Marin and Olov Johansson have, after 37 years of interaction and touring, refined their sound and their stage presence to the extent that today they are unique in their kind.Read More
Wednesdays @ 7PM – Old school Portland bar Dots Cafe has all of the things that a Triviologist wants in a venue: great personality, lots of comfortable seating, wonderful staff, solid sound system, and delicious food and drinks.Read More
The weekend is back, Portland! Support small local businesses at BIPOC Community Market. Blueprint Choral Ensembles Presents free concert Nightfall in NE Portland. And Portland Institute for Contemporary Art Presents Remembering to Remember: Experiments in Sound.Read More
This week’s snow was Portland’s second snowiest since records started in 1939.
Portlanders are creating Little Free Libraries that house more than just books, including toys, VHS tapes & more.
And Raquel Welch, who died this month at 82, played a roller derby star in “Kansas City Bombers,” which was filmed in Portland in 1972.Read More