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Tragedy and Triumph at Mother Emanuel

“We Are Charleston,” is a comprehensive new book about last summer’s tragic events at South Carolina’s Mother Emanuel Church.

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Power of Blues Fights Hunger

For the last 29 years, the Oregon Food Bank has used the emotional power of blues music to help pacify ...

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Everything’s Good in the Hood

The Good in the Hood Festival brought the community together for yet another fun year.

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A Riveting Take on Abortion Divide

"Roe" is a beautifully directed play by Bill Rauch and features a wise and stunning cast. It's playing in Ashland ...

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Good in the Hood Weekend

For over 20 years, the Good in the Hood Festival has had thousands of community residents participating.

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Comic Book Celebrates Prince

“Tribute Prince” is available in print for $3.99 at Comic Flea Market.

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Justice Progress and Struggles

“Roots, Resistance, Revolution” is the theme for the June 22 celebration as a response to the growing issue of housing ...

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Youth Symphony Enlists Memory

Dr. Thara Memory has been enlisted to direct the jazz band for advanced students at the Metropolitan Youth Symphony.

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Connecting to our Waterways

Paddlers can enjoy observing birds and wildlife from a one-of-a-kind on-water perspective.

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Blast Off to Space Exploration

The new exhibit at OMSI takes guests on a trip through space.

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Movies, Concerts and More

A broad portfolio of culturally diverse music, movies and recreation programs will once again grace Portland’s parks this summer.

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Motown the Musical

Motown shattered barriers, shaped our lives and made us all move to the same beat.

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Portland Rapper’s Edgy Video

Swiggle Mandela has just released a controversial new hip hop music video with a positive message.

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Tried and Convicted by Mistake

When the criminal justice system makes mistakes, why are we as a culture not more curious about what went wrong?

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A Streetcar Named Desire

A mostly black cast is giving Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, A Streetcar Named Desire, new and dramatic meaning.