The obligatory holiday productions have taken their final
curtain calls, and Portland theaters can return to what they do best:
distracting us from our city’s slobbery weather. The following
In attempting to summon cool, Streetcar Bistro and Taproom (1101 NW Northrup St., 227-2988, streetcarbistro.com)
might have looked a bit farther than our city’s much-loathed covered
Portland’s greatest filmmaker and his controversial new movie.
What would Portland look like without Gus Van Sant?
The elk statue on
Southwest Main Street would still be there, but would you see it the
same way if Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix hadn’t hud
Movies & Television
Let’s call it Eternal Raindrop of the Looper Mind: Jim Carrey has been attached to star in a quirky romance set in Portland. The annual Black List of promising unproduced scripts includes The Portland Condition, penned by former Entourage writers Dan Cohn and Jeremy Miller. “Set against the ...More
The playwright George Bernard Shaw did
not craft subtle plots. That’s clear from the first minutes of his
anti-militarism comedy Arms and the Man, in which Bluntschli, a
Swiss mercenary, crash
Movie Reviews & Stories
Legislator-turned-filmmaker David Edwards wants to make one thing very clear: Nightscape,
his debut feature, is not political commentary. It’s a fair disclaimer.
The supernatural horror film, wh
When the title character in King Hedley II talks
about the man he murdered—a crime for which he just served seven years
in prison—he summons a sharp allusion. “I got the atomic bomb as far a