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Events Editor Anne Adams has spent 12 years in Portland and roughly 2 at Portland Monthly magazine. An avid arts appreciator who can zero in on a detail of gesture or craft, she’s also a major softie for music, humor, and philosophy.
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May 10, 2012
A 10-day festival with events in Metz, Paris, and Nantes, curated by the Centre Pompidou (France’s national modern art museum) in partnership with Portland organizers and local commercial...
Oct 7, 2010
Posters + Bikes. Could it get any more “Portland?”
A coordinated effort between Seizure Palace, popular poster artists, BikePortland.org and Oregon Manifest, the opening will feature libations...
Aug 20, 2010
Choose your matinee:
69: The Sexual Revolution Musical This lovely Sunday afternoon, as an alternate temptation to a river visit, consider taking shade at Artists Rep stage II (1516 SW Morrison...
Aug 13, 2010
It’s time once again for the indescribable spectacle of adults who ought to know better, barreling down Mt. Tabor in tacky home-crafted “vehicles.” We could tell you more about the Soapbox Derby,...
Aug 5, 2010
This artist’s name brings to mind author Haruki Murakami (Wind Up Bird Chronicles). Far be it from Culturephile to force a fit, but the heady,...
Jul 29, 2010
Music nerds, could PDX POP NOW! make your life any easier? This weekend, for the seventh year running, the tireless festival collective will throw an eclectic, carefully curated, conveniently...
Jul 2, 2010
Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival
Starring a lineup of legends (Taj Mahal, Little Feat, Booker T, among others.) and supporting the Oregon Food Bank, the Blues Festival promises to deliver...