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El Muerto Vagabundo

The production was inspired by an obituary of a homeless veteran without friends and family and can be seen in ...

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Do Not Resist

“Do Not Resist” offers a stunning look at the current state of policing in America and glimpses into the future ...

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McCoy Tyner at Revolution Hall

His blues-based piano style, replete with sophisticated chords and an explosively percussive left hand has transcended conventional styles to become ...

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World Class Dance Created Here

Be prepared to be surprised, amazed and energized.

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Carving Out Identities

Portland’s White Bird is bringing this production to Portland’s Newmark Theatre, downtown.

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Disney film ‘Queen of Katwe’ Inspires

This is a rare opportunity to see an African story filmed in Africa, by a director who lives there.

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PDX Jazz Presents

Her voice has been described as full blown femininity incarnate; a dusky, stalwart and soulful instrument that radiates interpretive power ...

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Confronting a Shameful History

Portland Center Stage at The Armory debuts a play that brings this story to the stage with Jeanne Sakata’s Hold ...

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Haunted Walking Tours

You’re invited to spend an evening with Vancouver's haunted side.

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Age Ain’t a Factor

Over 250 guests from across the country are expected to attend the 4th annual “Age Ain’t a Factor” Chicago-style Steppin’ ...

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The Fight for Fifteen

His one hour documentary “Getting Ahead,” about the impact of the rising minimum wage, will air Friday, Oct. 7 at ...

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Fearless in Motion

The diverse team of performers creates awe-inspiring works that reveal how we are affected emotionally, physically and socially by the ...

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Review: ‘Birth of a Nation’ bluntly tells tale of Nat Turner

"The Birth of a Nation " has had more expectations placed on it than any movie could reasonably bear.

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August Wilson’s solo show on race, power and more

August Wilson’s provocative autobiographical solo show about race, culture, oppression, hierarchy and power.

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Peeling through stereotypes and misconceptions

Democracy is Hazardous Beauty