Following WikiLeaks’ release of diplomatic cables in
November 2010, a media beast was born that’s still rearing its head in
the national news. Now the WikiLeaks circus is coming to Portland, but
What do you usually do to celebrate Presidents Day? Oh, that’s right, nothing. Well, not this
Monday, Feb. 21. Right now one patriotic Portlander is saluting our
nation’s leaders with pork and o
In Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick, a young man named
Ishmael leaves his home in New York for several years of adventures
aboard a whaling ship. After sailing the seas collecting sperm oil, when
It seems Portland's obsession with pork has reached a new high. On exhibit inside Powell's is a series of presidential portraits with all 44 Presidents proudly embracing a large, pink leg of cured pig. With a detailed and lifelike hand, the series by l...
Sitting on stage with their torsos barley visible above large white hoops skirts, two dancers fidget onstage with stiff ballerina smiles. Perched on hidden skateboards, the two women are rolled across the stage by a pair men, who look like half-dressed characters from Hansel and Gretel. The women emerge from their swanlike poses only to swirl and collide across the stage with their male cou...
The 2011 roster of Oregon Book Awards finalists is out and the list is long. This year's celebration of Oregon authors includes a Readers' Choice award. Vote for what you think is the worthiest work More
Imagine a person is trapped inside a cloth sack and stretching the surface trying to get out from the inside. That's what the sculptures adorning the stage of Oslund's newest work Childhood Star look like. The show was commissioned by local dance presenterMore