There are two types of Alberta Street bars: sticky-floored
dives and whatever’s around the corner from your house. For all its
gentrified, au courant hipness, the area still lacks an anchoring
The Portland all-ages music institution is ceasing live performances, still searching for new location.
Backspace's tenure in Old Town is coming to an end. The oft-beleaguered all-ages music venue, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in July, will cease all live performances after throwing a Halloween party on Oct. 31. It will remain open as a coffee shop temporarily, according to owner Eric Robison. In September, More
When Drew Grow regained consciousness on the side of
Interstate 5, his car totaled and his leg bent at an awkward angle, he
took it as a sign. Not from above—though he’d grown up in a religiou
[SLOW JAMS] Dan Vidmar likes to take things slow. Two
years after posting the three songs that, up to this point, made up the
entirety of Shy Girls’ recorded output, he’s added a whopping si
You may have misremembered Nine to Five, the classic
1980 Dolly Parton workplace comedy, as a musical, considering the
eponymous theme song is more famous than the film. Alas, it only
Haim is the world’s favorite new band. Do not resist them.
“Every day is the best surprise party ever,” says Danielle
Haim, describing the past year in the life of the band that bears her
surname. Indeed, when you’re the buzziest group in music, the
In 1983, a magical shithole opened on Northwest 6th Avenue
in Old Town. In the 27 years that followed, Satyricon grew into
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A brief guide to finding Elliott Smith in Portland.
Southeast 29th Avenue and Taylor StreetThe home where Smith recorded Roman Candle.
According to his then-girlfriend, J.J. Gonson, she returned years later
and knocked on the door to find the Shins