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Thumbnail for - OBT’s Holiday Revue: Assorted Delights
Dec 13, 2011
sweets in stockings
Every year, Oregon Ballet Theatre serves up its delectable Balanchine* version of The Nutcracker, attracting droves of all-ages devotees. But Holiday Revue is the company’s way of catering to...
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: MusicFest NW
Sep 12, 2011
Live Music
THURSDAY, 9/8 Witch Mountain Dante’s, 10pm [SLUDGE METAL] “When was the last time you swung your hips at a metal show?”, I ask you. Never. I had never swung my hips at a metal...
Thumbnail for - Review: Clinic at Doug Fir
Nov 18, 2010
Despite the endorsement of Radiohead, The Flaming Lips and Arcade Fire, Clinic continues to slip just under the mainstream radar. Maybe it’s their defiance of commercial categorization. Maybe...
Thumbnail for - Five Questions for the Woman In The Box
Nov 16, 2010
phile under: illusion of intimacy
Meet Cristin Norine, the very visible inhabitant of Public Isolation Project, a glass-walled gallery exhibit on 6th and East Burnside (between RonToms and Plaid Pantry). Conceived by multimedia...
Thumbnail for - Review: Stage Left Lost
Nov 10, 2010
WEEKEND PICK
Mime is back. Or…never left? At any rate, I’m almost at a loss for words to tell you how brilliantly Stage Left Lost, Imago ’s latest mute masterpiece, communicates. About all I can say without...
Thumbnail for - Review: An Iliad
Nov 5, 2010
phile under: theater
"Thesp-o-vision." "Actor-ific." These are the kinds of words I’ve been workshopping to describe An Iliad, which is classic not only in the Greco sense, but in its rigor of theatrical...
Thumbnail for - Lee Blessing's "Chesapeake"
Nov 5, 2010
phile under: theater
In my book, this production is two for two: it’s written by Lee Blessing, and it stars Todd Van Voris. In his recent Wordstock appearance, the venerated contemporary playwright Blessing...
Thumbnail for - Tall Tales
May 19, 2009
Now Read This
With 150 years of history to dig through, Richard H. Engeman provides an easy-to-follow guide chock-full of cross-references in his book, The Oregon Companion.
Thumbnail for - Fond Farewell
May 19, 2009
Now Read This
Emily Chenoweth’s debut novel is a compelling and delicate tale of a family’s painful loss, realized within relationships new and old.
Thumbnail for - Local CD Reviews January
May 19, 2009
WELIKEDIT
On his 20th album, Ancestral Swamp (Gnomonsong Records), sixtysomething itinerant folkie (and cartoonist) MICHAEL HURLEY, who makes his home in Astoria, has a few prominent locals backing him up....
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