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Jul 17, 2014
PDX Pop Now, Purple Rain and Dirty Dancing outdoors at Zidell Yards, the Book of Mormon, the Cathedral Park Jazz Fest. The fun simply doesn't end.
Jul 10, 2014
Wes's World takes us on a trek through cinema history, hundreds gather to watch the World Cup finals, and 'The Book of Mormon' takes a stab at everything sacred.
Jul 2, 2014
The Waterfront Blues Fest kicks off a Summer of Soul, Lauryn Hill never grows old, First Thursday brings the sun, and comedy's prodigal son Ian Karmel returns.
Jun 26, 2014
See David Sedaris for free, buy Jack White tickets, chill at the Brewer's Festival, watch singing buckets of chum, listen to Steven Malkmus and the Jicks—and support OCAC at the same time!
Jun 19, 2014
Ira Glass, Sarah McLachlan, PoMo's Country Brunch (bloody marys!), a slew of incredible theater, Risk/Reward, and Clueless. Don't want to go out? As if.
Jun 12, 2014
Pride takes over the city, Once rocks your heart, LitHop fills Alberta bars with authors and book-lovers, and there are two types of people in the world: Tom Robbins people, and Dolly Parton people...
Jun 11, 2014
The world's biggest soccer party starts Thursday, June 12 and our editors offer their expert analysis.
Jun 9, 2014
The meat-eaters at Portland Monthly headed over for Friday lunch at downtown's new Brazilian churrascaria...here's what we thought.
Jun 5, 2014
The Naked Bike Ride bares PDX, Shine a Light turns the art museum into a party, Jesse Eisenberg stars in a thriller filmed in Oregon, Colin Meloy talks the Pogues, First Thursday sees sun, and more.
May 29, 2014
Tickets go on sale for Tom Petty, Beck, and the Avett Brothers; the Decemberists play Castaways and Cutouts in its entirety, Artists Rep Playboy is a theatrical delight, and skeletons sing opera.
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