Aaron Scott

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Thumbnail for - Review: Shakespeare’s R&J
Mar 10, 2012
I’m not a big fan of Romeo and Juliet. Like most, I read it in high school and have seen more traditional productions and adaptations than I care to remember: Romeo and Juliet: The Musical; Romeo...
Thumbnail for - Hear New Music from The Shins and The Decemberists
Mar 8, 2012
Two of our biggest local music darlings are bracing to release new albums, and you can currently get sneak previews. The Shins first new album in five years, Port Of Morrow, featuring frontman...
Thumbnail for - Review: Red
Mar 8, 2012
We’re reaching the vibrant red peak of what the mayor may as well declare Mark Rothko Appreciation Month. Portland Art Museum’s 45-piece retrospective of the revolutionary abstract expressionist...
Thumbnail for - Wicked Opens March 14
Mar 7, 2012
“It’s not about aptitude; it’s the way you’re viewed,” sings the Good Witch Glinda to Elphaba, the nascent Wicked Witch of the West. “So it’s very shrewd to be very very popular.” Glinda may as...
Thumbnail for - Interview: Portland2012 Biennial Curator Prudence Roberts
Mar 6, 2012
Disjecta’s Portland2012: A Biennial of Contemporary Art is kicking into high gear. Exhibitions have already opened at The Art Gym, PDX Across the Hall, and Helzer Art Gallery at PCC Rock Creek,...
Thumbnail for - First Thursday Sampler
Mar 1, 2012
Pop Art Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, and Andy Warhol + Mary Chomenko Hinckley at Augen Gallery These three giants of the Pop Art movement transposed images from popular culture into gallery...
Thumbnail for - City Council Supports Portland Playhouse’s Return to Church
Mar 1, 2012
Earlier this afternoon, City Council voted unanimously to allow Portland Playhouse to return to the church its called home for fours years on NE Prescott Street and Sixth Avenue. At issue was a...
Thumbnail for - The Sunday Life Line
Feb 23, 2012
Confronted by skyrocketing prices in inner North and Northeast Portland, many African Americans who grew up there have moved to the more affordable edges of the city. So churches are finding ways...
Thumbnail for - Beyond the Churches
Feb 17, 2012
EVER SINCE African Americans’ Portland numbers grew from dozens to hundreds in the 1860s, churches and private social clubs like the Elks have served as the primary pillars of the community. But...
Thumbnail for - By the Grace of God
Feb 17, 2012
As a tide of new owners and rising prices flooded inner North and Northeast Portland’s historically African American neighborhoods, many of the area’s black residents were pushed out. Now,...
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