Arts & Entertainment


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On Love, History and Bullying

Three short theatrical readings that focus on love, history and bullying by local writer, author, and playwright S. Renee Mitchell.

Humanity Shines in ‘Sweat’

As the world of the union workers begins to crumble, we see how easily they can be pitted against each ...

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Most Thrilling Musicians on Film

Beloved Reel Music Festival features a line-up of cutting-edge work focused on some of today’s—and yesteryear’s—most thrilling musicians.

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Armory

For the uninitiated, "Hedwig" is a gritty, glittery drag-punk musical centered on two characters.

‘The Two Popes,’ a Compelling Drama

Those who are not religious may not immediately be drawn to this material, but the filmmakers help you understand why ...

Performing for King’s Birthday

Growing up, Brown said she had “a keen awareness” of Martin Luther King Jr. through her grandfather’s church.

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Explore Portland’s Black History

New exhibit featured at Multnomah Central Library, downtown

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Indigenous people struggle to hold culture

Bilingual play touches on longtime struggle with global industrialization and colonialism

Just Mercy

A powerful and thought-provoking true story about justice and redemption.

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Winter Wonderland Light Show

Winter wonderland light show supports food and clothing assistance programs

ZooLights Bigger Than Ever

The event draws thousands of visitors to enjoy the forests of lighted trees, life-size illuminated animal silhouettes and take rides ...

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Good Cheer for Miss Bennet’s Christmas

Play builds on the old and familiar notes of a Regency romantic comedy, picking up where Jane Austen's "Pride and ...

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Change Lights with the Season

Get a head start on decorating for Christmas, solstice celebration or other winter holidays by just changing the bulb colors

Black Experience on Canvas

Exhibit showcases work of Portland artist Arvie Smith

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Steeped in African Consciousness

Play tells the story of Mama Nadi, whose brothel serves soldiers and includes women brutalized by the Congolese war.