The indoor pool at the Matt Dishman Community Center has reopened after renovations.
A failure to make police accountable
The proposed contract between the city and the Portland Police Association failed to address a number of issues related to police accountability.
Be prepared to be surprised, amazed and energized.
‘Black Girl’ rises from racially charged world
Portland’s White Bird is bringing this production to Portland’s Newmark Theatre, downtown.
A bridge to community-focused policing
Two members of Portland’s black community were guests of the U.S. Attorney for Oregon at a national conference on community policing.
A homegoing celebration for the beloved mother, grandmother and family member was held Tuesday at New Song Community Church.
Rosie Mary Lester
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Oct. 15 at 12 p.m. at Life Change Church.
Move to Alberta keeps focus on underserved
On Oct. 17 North by Northeast will have a new home that thankfully will still be located in the heart of the community it serves.
Rinita Linelle Lowe confessed to the murder of Shantina Turner that occurred in June of this year.
This is a rare opportunity to see an African story filmed in Africa, by a director who lives there.
Mayor’s labor deal with police draws opposition
“You serve the community first, and then you serve the police second.”
Her voice has been described as full blown femininity incarnate; a dusky, stalwart and soulful instrument that radiates interpretive power yet remains touchingly vulnerable.
Kaepernick’s right to self-expression
Colin Kaepernick’s decision to protest police violence against African Americans by declining to stand for the National Anthem is a profoundly patriotic act.
‘Hold These Truths’ opens at Portland Center Stage
Portland Center Stage at The Armory debuts a play that brings this story to the stage with Jeanne Sakata’s Hold These Truths.
You’re invited to spend an evening with Vancouver's haunted side.
Groovin High Steppers set table for soiree
Over 250 guests from across the country are expected to attend the 4th annual “Age Ain’t a Factor” Chicago-style Steppin’ weekend on Oct. 14-16.
Tavis Smiley tackles hot button issue
His one hour documentary “Getting Ahead,” about the impact of the rising minimum wage, will air Friday, Oct. 7 at 9 p.m. on PBS.
Civil rights groups applaud call for reforms
Two major civil rights groups are applauding a call by law enforcement officers in the state to decriminalize drug possession crimes.
White Bird opens 19th season
The diverse team of performers creates awe-inspiring works that reveal how we are affected emotionally, physically and socially by the spaces we inhabit.