Restore Oregon has put together a complete restoration plan for the century-old treasure — now it just needs someone to take it on... but time is running out.
It’s never too late to add a new skill to your repertoire.
Dance, theater, and comedy come together at the whim of a game show wheel.
Once upon a time, it was a humble movie theater on Broadway. Now, it’s about to become a dynamic new arts hub.
The contemporary take on the golden era of mall portrait photography opened in the Lloyd Center in November 2022.
David S. Mayne’s recently launched “Happy Hour History” explores the origins of various cocktails and how they relate to major events in human history.
The calendar aggregates all of the “classic, cult, weird and wonderful films” showing at Portland’s independent theaters.
We’re sharing some info to help kicks-heart your search.
The Pollinator Paradise plate celebrates the creatures who are vital to our ecosystem and economy by supporting ongoing research at Oregon State University.
His murals span more than 50 years and can be found in public buildings and schools
Read: Cozy nooks, hearty pasta and sandwiches, plus community events.
The planned renovations and additions are designed to make the museum more accessible to all visitors.
Over her 17-year career, she has featured in Vogue India and at the Portland Saturday Market, while also advocating for henna education and safety.
Owner, curator, and founder Steven Overton is a well of talent and historical information.
This Danish concept emphasizes all things comfortable and cozy.
From curated galleries to minifig exchanges, this map will point you in the right direction for free fun.
Check out an outdoor eco-roof, get homework help, learn a new language, and more.
The classic holiday tale of George Bailey comes to life on stage through impressive vocal performances, sound effects, and audience interaction.
The Vancouver-based radio program produces classic and contemporary stories for broadcast and streaming, as well as one live, on-stage performance each year.
Founder Armon Lalo wants his company’s service to be like DoorDash but for Mozart and Tchaikovsky
A cast of multi-generational, multi-cultural performers bring “Andalusian Night” to life on stage for four shows, Friday, Dec. 16-Sunday, Dec. 18.
An international team of aerosol artists contributed to the memorial mural in the Central Eastside neighborhood
Installations can be found on building exteriors across the heart of Portland
The radio station will be joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw and American quartet Sō Percussion on Fri., Nov. 11
Say buongiorno to beautiful architecture, rich cuisine, and fascinating history in the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region
Grab a coffee at the tavern cafe, then undertake a fantasy quest adventure in the immersive space next door when it opens Sat., Oct. 15
Get to know local organizations keeping their heritage alive
How well do you know Portland, Oregon? We’re bringing you some fun facts about the city and its history. If you’re a trivia master (or local enthusiast), give this a try.
The iconic sculpture is the second-largest copper repoussé statue in the United States after the Statue of Liberty
The tableau depicting various modes of transit, native flowers, pollinators + subtle nods to local icons greets pedestrians and cyclists crossing the Blumenauer Bridge
Becky Dawson’s art gallery, One Lane Road, opens just twice a month
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