The good, the bad and the weird of 2017, in 19 lists.
The Jack London Revue feels like the sort of place where jazz was meant to be seen.
Beyoncé isn’t playing this year’s Soul’d Out Music Festival, but her spirit does seem to be presiding over it somehow.
Whatever you’re hardcore fan or just really loved “La La Land,” the Portland Jazz Festival has something for you.
This is a story that repeated itself over and over this year—a far cry from the gentrification flash-point days of 2014, when it seemed no bar could keep its doors open.
Soul’d Out Productions is partnering with Dante’s owner Frank Faillace to turn the Jack London—the basement bar underneath downtown pool hall Rialto—into a venue focusing on live jazz.
Makarounis, who had been battling larynx cancer the past few years, passed away about 24 hours after his club closed permanently.
The day before Christmas Eve, Tony’s Tavern signed a lease. Tony’s Tavern will not die.
Whether you are a die-hard KMHD listener, a casual jazz fan or a musician, Jimmy Mak’s has long been the center of Portland’s musical voice.
The last days to see the lights, go to Jimmy Mak’s and believe in America.