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Thumbnail for - Helping Oregon’s Cash-Poor Stay Culture-Rich
Oct 15, 2011
After a hugely successful pilot last year, the program Music for All returned starting Monday, Oct. 3 with a new name – Arts for All – to reflect its expanded reach. This season, 32 arts...
Thumbnail for - Wordstock 2011 Preview
Oct 4, 2011
Don’t you dare mistake Wordstock for a mere “book fair.” Our city’s annual celebration of all things writerly has always been something much more nebulous and stimulating, and it continues to...
Thumbnail for - MusicFestNW: The Name Game
Sep 7, 2011
Buffalo. Horse. Arrow. Kill. Sun. Is it just us, or do current band names read more like captions for ancient cave-paintings than lists of 21st-century talent? Regardless, you’ll have to know...
Thumbnail for - TBA 2011: First Acts Announced
May 3, 2011
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (aka PICA) is kicking into gear once again for its 10-day late-summer festival, the Time-Based Art Festival (aka TBA. Know your Portland art abbreviations,...
Thumbnail for - Portland Opera’s Ravel Couplet: L’Heure Espangnole  and L’Enfant et les Sortileges
Apr 4, 2011
Fancy a night at the opera? Can’t find a babysitter? Have no fear, Ravel is here. With only three more performances of L’Heure Espangnole (The Spanish Hour) and L’Enfant et les Sortileges (The...
Thumbnail for - An evening with Portland Arts & Lectures
Jan 28, 2011
Culturephile can’t be everywhere, but we hope, with our ever-growing spy network, we can cover the spread. Pauls Toutonghi, author of Red Weather, happened to catch last week’s Arts &...
Thumbnail for - NW Film & Video Festival Kickoff
Nov 7, 2010
Before this year’s 37th Northwest Film & Video Festival kicked off with its first Shorts program (titled: Shorts I, and featuring some strong work, in particular Frog, Shut Up and Ride, and...
Thumbnail for - Wordstock 2010
Oct 8, 2010
Wordstock 2010 actually began on Monday, when, with minimal fanfare and maximum wit, playwright Lee Blessing settled into a chair on Reed College’s Mainstage Theater, and read his entire...