Comedian Margaret Cho explains why we can all be mothers if we want.
Margaret Cho doesn’t have any kids of her
own. But that doesn’t mean she’s not a mother—or, rather, that she
can’t mother anyone she wants. The personally and politically outspoken
Remembering the night Dave Chappelle took over Portland—and didn’t even perform.
Forget the Arab Spring: For me, the true power of social
media emerged on July 14, 2009, the day Dave Chappelle shut down
Portland. A rumor, spread via Twitter, that the elusive comic was
Morrissey is dead.
literally, of course. In terms of media exposure, the great and powerful
Moz is more alive right now than he’s been in years, what with the
recent stunts he’s pulled
On an October night many years ago, I awoke suddenly, my heart pounding, gasping for breath, still in the grip of a terrifying nightmare. What sparked such nocturnal panic? I’d left the radio on ...
[MERRY CELLOS] Portland Cello Project has established itself as a genre-blending act to say the least, its cover repertoire ranging from Kanye to Radiohead to Beck. This season, though, sees the flock ...
8 pm. | $32.50-$49. | Age Classification: All ages
[A MERRY OLD SOUL] For her first appearance with the Oregon Symphony since Valentine’s Day two years back, Natalie Cole promises yet another holiday concert twinned to her massive back catalog and, ...
7:30 pm. | $55-$127. | Age Classification: All ages