Live Review: Raffi at Aladdin Theater, Feb. 1


Raffish? Raffable? The Sinatra of the Montessori set, Raffi wields a charisma utterly disarming and impossible to dislike, however much some of us would try. While Sunday's two Aladdin sets filled with the suburban doyennes of weaponized domesticity who'd instantly sold-out both shows, there were still smatterings of the luxe folkies and domesticated rockers ordinarily prowling the venue, and ...   More
Monday, February 2, 2015 JAY HORTON

Hurray for the Riff Raff: Saturday, April 19

Alynda Lee Segarra may have settled down, but her music hasn’t.

Music Stories
[FOLK] Alynda Lee Segarra admits she’s gotten soft. Once a teenage vagabond, who left home before she was old enough to vote and spent time hopping freight trains and hitchhiking around the co   More
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 KAITIE TODD

Jailhouse Classical: Portland Cello Project Plays Pieces Composed by Imprisoned Cellist

Arts & Books
Imprisoned cellist Harun Mustafa, whose dubious imprisonment WW chronicled recently, got to hear the debut of three pieces he composed behind bars when the Portland Cello Project featured his work in a concert on Saturday night. Between collaborations with established local performers at the sold-out Aladdin, the Cello Project showcased three new songs by the 20-year-old Mustafa. Mustafa's former ...   More
Monday, May 24, 2010 Jacob Reingold

Live Review: Magnetic Fields, Monday, Feb. 22 @ the Aladdin Theater

It's rare when a performer encourages his or her audience to clap less, but that's exactly how Stephin Merritt, the diminutive genius behind the Magnetic Fields' (and the Gothic Archies' and Future Bible Heroes' and the 6ths') droll torch songs, began the second show of his band's sold-out, two-night stand at the Aladdin. “Please stop applauding while we tune the instruments,” he sighed ...   More
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 REBECCA RABER

Candidates Gone Wild Takes Over The Aladdin Theater on April 26!

Witness acts of political mischief hosted by Storm Large! See candidates do battle! Included on that list of worthies are Metro president wannabes Rex Burkholder, Tom Hughes and Bob Stacey and candidates for Multnomah County Board of Commissioners. Drink beer, listen to live performances, be entertained by surprise guests! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll pee your pants! The event takes ...   More
Wednesday, March 31, 2010 Christie Wright


Web Design for magazines