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TED’S SHUTTERS (AGAIN): For the second time in precisely two years, Berbati’s venerable, once-essential live-music venue at 231 SW Ankeny St.—formerly Berbati’s Pan, recently Ted’s in honor    More
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 WW Culture Staff

Berbati's Live-Music Venue Ted's Closing at Year's End

This time it's serious.


For the second time in precisely two years, Berbati's venerable, once-essential live-music music venue—formerly Berbati's Pan, lately Ted's in honor of the late Ted Papaioannou—will be shutting down operations. After December 31, 2012, Ted's will be no more."There hasn't been much going on over there for a while," co-owner Nick Papaioannou told WW over a beer at Berbati's bar, which will remain ...   More
Friday, December 7, 2012 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Artichoke Music Gets Saved!

Local folk-community cornerstone Artichoke Music survives! Early in April the shop announced its untimely closing with this grim missive: The time has come for us to close Artichoke Music, as we know it, and to regroup or redesign the model. Thanks to Kate and Steve, we have been blessed with an incredible place to come together as a community. Unfortunately, this space is not sustainable from a ...   More
Tuesday, May 11, 2010 Ben Bateman

Berbati's Pan to Discontinue Live Music in 2011

As old-timers come out of the woodwork to celebrate the final weeks of Satyricon, the bad news keeps on coming. Berbati's Pan, a fixture the Portland music scene since 1993, will discontinue its live music operations after December 31. Reached by telephone, Berbati's co-owner John Papaioannou let out a heavy sigh. "The rumor is true. We've been around for a long time," he said, referring to both ...   More
Monday, October 18, 2010 CASEY JARMAN

Satyricon to Close (Forever) in October

WW's Jay Horton caught wind of some bad news for Portland's all ages music scene a couple of weeks ago—news we just confirmed yesterday: Satyricon, the legendary Portland rock club opened in 1984, will close its doors come Halloween. From tomorrow's WW: Satyricon, once the longest-running indie rock nightclub on the West Coast and one of Portland's few all ages venues, will close its doors ...   More
Tuesday, August 3, 2010 CASEY JARMAN


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