You can dine out tomorrow to support abortion access funds in the Northwest and Alabama.
Trail Blazers fans pledged to donate $111 to a nonprofit protecting abortion access. That group is still counting all the donations.
U.S. Sen Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) has sharp words for Republican lawmakers who are considering passing bills that will ban abortions.
As a show of support for the team and to people in Alabama imperiled by a newly signed abortion ban, Portland fans are pledging to donate a dollar to The Yellowhammer Fund, which provides abortion access assistance for Alabamans, for every point the team scores.
With the number of band members outweighing the recorded songs in their catalog—they’ve released only two singles so far—no one was quite sure to expect. In the end, it resembled a fun girls-night-in. The self-proclaimed best friends laughed at each other when their drum machine failed to start, ad-libbed a song asking fans to “buy merch” and recounted the hilarious story of how they decided to start a band after a tequila-infused jam session.
Tonight at Revolution Hall, the festival announced the initial lineup for its 20th anniversary edition, and to be frank, it doesn’t seem any bigger than previous years—which, given Pickathon’s spirit of modesty, is sort of admirable.
According to Fox News Provo, Utah, San Antonio, Texas, Nashville, Tennessee and Huntsville, Alabama are all “alternatives to Silicon Valley with better weather than Portland.”
On the night it rolled into the sold-out Crystal Ballroom, as part of KNRK’s December to Remember concert series, the group learned it had been nominated for six Grammys, including Album of the Year. And it wasn’t about to play coy about it.