Confronting Extremism: The State of Hate Today will be the subject of a fall symposium to reflect on the challenges posed by racism, extremism, hate groups and hate speech in our community.
Blue Man Group inspired exhibit
A national touring exhibit, “Blue Man Group – Making Waves” is now showing through Jan. 10 at Portland’s Children’s Museum.
Leroy Hudson Sr.
Leroy Hudson Sr. was born Jan. 22, 1936 to George and Louise Hudson of Cairo, Ill.
Grammy winning songwriter and R&B artist Eric Bellinger will bring his national tour to Portland with a Friday, Nov. 13 performance at Peter’s Room on the ground floor of the Roseland Theater, downtown.
Dress for Success Oregon, one of the Pacific Northwest’s most active woman-centered non-profits, is excited to welcome the community to Acey’s Closet Clothing Sale happening this weekend.
Damian Lillard had 34 points and seven assists, and the Portland Trail Blazers beat Minnesota 106-101 on Monday night in Minneapolis.
Royals finish with late rally and 12 inning rout
Crown 'em, Kansas City!
You’re invited to celebrate veterans in Vancouver and Portland thanks to local organizations who have made a point to honor them in observance of Veterans Day.
Chris Rock is coming back to host the Oscars for a second time. Are you ready?
A tribute to the black musicians of Harlem
The Tony Award-winning musical Ain’t Misbehavin’ – a celebration of the Jazz legend, Thomas “Fats” Waller and the black musicians of the 1920s and 30s – opened Friday.
Literary festival has new diversity focus
A beloved Portland literary festival will kick off Saturday with an added focus on diverse authors and hopes of reaching out more than ever to communities of color and young people.
Marian Calhoun Jacobs
Dignity, elegance, faith-filled and a phenomenal woman are all words that describe Marian Calhoun Jacobs, a long- time Portland resident who inherited a rich legacy of faith, family, character, leadership and entrepreneurship.
The fight for equal access and opportunity
While it is obvious to many of us that all lives matter, it is not so obvious that in our great nation founded on the principles of equality and justice that black lives matter.
More money will be directed to affordable housing projects from Portland’s Urban Renewal Districts over the next five years under a proposal going to the Portland City Council.
Betty Marie Ivory
Join us in celebrating our mother's 80th birthday!
Portland’s beloved jazz ensemble, the Norman Sylvester Band, and special guests Lenanne Sylvester-Miller and Sarah Billings, will host a Halloween concert and costume party this Saturday.
Mayor Charlie Hales made a surprise announcement Monday that he was withdrawing his plans to run for a second term in office.
Teams suit up for men and women
At PCC, Patterson hopes to build around talented core players with a sharp, crisp passing and possession style.
(T)error follows the journey of Saeed “Shariff” Torres,’ a 63-year-old former Black Panther turned counterterrorism informant for the FBI.
When a school textbook distorts slavery
Who is writing and influencing the history our children are taught? Should a few education officials in Texas or any state drive decisions about what all of our children learn or sugarcoat the truth?