Hello, Portland! Keep the celebration going with Hip Chicks Do Wine Summer Sangria Party! Portland Escape Rooms is opening a HUGE open area outdoor puzzle this weekend in Pioneer Courthouse Square: Rise of the Portland Marvels! It’s Cherry Month on the Hood River Fruit Loop! Find amazing deals on vintage furniture and more at NW’s […]
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Fridays-Sundays July 6-August 12 – Taming And The Shrew: A Kind Of History is a hilarious commedia dell’arte-style farce adapted and directed by Sara Fay Goldman that doesn’t lose sight of the play-within-the-play. We find the funny in a play that has been off limits in recent years, and stay true to the Bard’s beautiful […]
Hello Portland! The Oregon Brewers Festival is underway at Waterfront Park! NW Natural Street of Dreams open this weekend and today is Last Thursday on Alberta! Jesus Christ Superstar continues this weekend and update your look w/ Eye Candy Lash & Wax Studio!
The weekend is back we’ve got lots of great things to do! Head east for the Art & Wine Fusion Street Festival in Downtown White Salmon. Sip delicious beers at Rural Brewer Fest, spirits at Oregon Distillers Festival, and tepache at Night of #1000Tepaches! Find something new at Division/Clinton Street Fair, run toward fun at […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Project Pabst, Oregon Brewers Festival, Devsignercon & more
Thursdays – Sundays, July 21-August 20 – Jesus Christ Superstar, the spectacular musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, will open July 21st at Post 5 Theatre in Sellwood. It’s been over twenty years since this show has been produced theatrically with a professional cast in Portland. This production will be like none you’ve […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Neon Glow Run, Drink Pink Rose Festival, Wildwood MusicFest, Street League Nike SB World Tour & M0re!
We’re nearly halfway through July and summer’s in full swing. We can expect highs in the upper 70s and there’s plenty to do from the Oregon Berry Festival to the Oregon Distillers Festival + there’s no shortage of places to watch free things outside such as concerts, movies, Shakespeare and more concerts.
It’s about buying a house… in the wake of heartbreak… and the forcefulness of love and longing… and how we stir ourselves to the point where we’re capable of deeply, deeply impossible things.