A supernatural rock opera from a flock of indie musicians.
At first peek, you might think Aika & Rose could be rebranded Blue Is the Warmest Color: The Rock Opera.
The new musical, a project from a legion of Portland musicians, bills
itself as a super
Movie Reviews & Stories
In August: Osage County, Meryl Streep is a
pill-popping Tyrannosaurus rex in a black bouffant wig. Julia Roberts is
a weather-parched velociraptor in mom jeans. And when these
The intersection of Northeast Killingsworth Street and
30th Avenue hardly needs another culinary contender: That corner is
already home to Cocotte, Beast, Expatriate, DOC and Yakuza. But now
Comedian Kyle Kinane humiliated himself trolling Pace Salsa. He now tries again.
It began as an innocent test. When
standup comic Kyle Kinane noticed that his tweets rebuking Pace Picante
Salsa’s misogynistic advertising had been favorited by the company’s
very own Twitt
American-made wheat beers tend to be dry,
hoppy and, far too often, bland. The New World cousins of traditional
German hefeweizens typically tone down the yeast’s tutti-frutti punch
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We live in a time of tyranny. Our oppressor? Choice. You
think all those Netflix options are improving your quality of life?
Think again. That’s why our brains love lists. Not only are they easi
Where to spoil your four-legged circus performers.
This week, the Popovich Comedy Pet Theater somersaults its
way into Portland, with dozens of four-legged, furry stars in tow. We
figured that ringleader Gregory Popovich—who’s been called a
A review of Third Rail Rep's production of the legendary farce.
When I first saw Noises Off as a 14-year-old at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, I didn’t know theater could do that. A dozen years later—and after watching dozens and dozens of plays—I’m still not quite sure how Noises Off does what it does. What’s clear, though, is that Michael Frayn’s 1982 backstage comedy is perhaps the world’s most exactingly constructed play, and ...
The forthcoming season of the IFC show will feature appearances by Kirsten Dunst, Paul Allen and Dan Savage.
To the delight of seemingly everyone but Portlanders themselves, the twee machine that is Portlandia just keeps churning, and today the show announced the cameos for its fourth season.
As reported by Spin, the next season of the IFC show will feature cameos from Maya Rudolph, Kirsten Dunst, Savage Love columnist Dan Savage and