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10 Pianists on 10 Grand Pianos

"Something Grand," a matinee benefit concert for youth music programs will be held on Saturday, April 4 at 1 p.m. ...

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King’s ‘Stand by Me’ Honored

One of the most broadcast songs of the 20th century, Ben E. King's "Stand by Me," has been selected for ...

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On Alberta Street

The Umbrella Festival of Circus and Comedy, Portland’s premiere festival of the variety arts, is bringing four days and nights ...

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Cedric’s Barber Battle

A new reality series to capture the unique culture that exists in barbering communities across the country premiers Friday, April ...

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Healthcare Blues

An all-star lineup of musicians who know all too well the struggles of affording health care will gather once again ...

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Living a Life That Matters

The heralded film “Whiplash” depicts—realistically, I expect—a world of hungry aspiring jazz musicians.

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Living a Life That Matters

The heralded film “Whiplash” depicts—realistically, I expect—a world of hungry aspiring jazz musicians who are easy prey for a brutal, ...

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History, Passion and Drama

The off-Broadway play, "Our Young Black Men are Dying and Nobody Seems to Care," will be performed at Washington State ...

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5,000 Years of Civilization on Stage

A classical Chinese dance troupe comes to Keller Auditorium for performances this weekend.

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‘Rabbit Romp’ Celebrates Spring

Eggs-citing times are in store Saturday, April 4, when the Oregon Zoo hosts its annual Rabbit Romp, a celebration of ...

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Author’s Book Reading

A new novel follows the descent of an African-American family into the bare horror of the afterlife of slavery in ...

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Artists Rep’s Political Thriller

In this riveting drama, a futures trader works to earn his release while unwittingly handing the tools for financial chaos ...

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Playhouse’s Psychological Drama

Sharr White’s riveting new play, 'The Other Place,' has been hailed by critics as piercing and tonally on-target.

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A Vampire to Capture You

Something about the idea of a class of immortal beings, lurking in the shadows and choosing victims among the living ...

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Poetry Slam

Over 100 SEI students took the opportunity to work with poet Patricia Smith to create original works of spoken word ...

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