Formed in 2021, Open Slopes PDX promotes diversity in winter sports by breaking down barriers BIPOC groups face getting on the slopes.
Portland Parks recently approved $15.5 million in funding for a new skate park, playground & a community garden and other projects.
And after 43 years, Sloan’s Tavern is closing in North Portland after the owners retired.Read More
November 12 @ Crystal Ballroom – Surf Curse’s Nick Rattigan and Jacob Rubeck have been crafting sounds spanning from punk to psych rock for nearly a decade with a rabid and dedicated international fanbase and no end in sight.Read More
September 29 @ Mission Theater – You couldn’t mistake Rosie for anybody else. She’s quietly confident, exuberantly passionate, and creatively inclined to infinity. She’s highly aware of herself and the world around her, and she speaks her mind with clarity and focus.Read More
At Hillsboro Library, in addition to books & movies, patrons can check out board games, kitchen tools, cameras and more!
Portland will be an oven this weekend. Rising summer temperatures have pushed many residents to install air conditions, with roughly 80% of Portland homes now equipped with an AC.
Another way to cool off: Hit the beaches — Portland is full of them!Read More
August 9 @ The Goodfoot Pub & Lounge – B2G is a party band featuring members of the Quick and Easy Boys and Excellent Gentlemen. Their shows are a mix of dance floor burning grooves, sexy slow jams and raucous group improvisation.Read More
June 3 @ Freeland Spirits Tasting Room – Come by for specialty cocktails, raffles, and of course some gaiety! All hosted by our springtime darling Peachy Springs and two favorite local queens, Boujee Cherry and Amy Takill.Read More
May 12 @ Crystal Ballroom – Over time, Cope’s music has become the soundtrack to the lives of those who, have embraced it and he continues to inspire audiences through what can only be described as deep personal connection.Read More