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Thumbnail for - Portland, Meet Portlandia.
Dec 19, 2010
tune in: television
UPDATE! Our neighbors to the North have responded to this post. Read Seattle Metropolitan Magazine’s take on Portlandia, and whether or not their original “dream of the 90’s” actually died. This...
Thumbnail for - Review: Why Torture Is Wrong, And The People Who Love Them
Dec 14, 2010
Playwright Christopher Durang (Laughing Wild and Beyond Therapy) propels the audience into the psyche of American paranoia in Portland Actors Conservatory’s production, Why Torture is Wrong, and...
Thumbnail for - Comedy At Bagdad Benefits Smile Train
Dec 10, 2010
This is technically a post about comedy, but folks, let’s get serious for a sec: The world can be a painful place for children born with cleft palate, and those who can’t afford facial...
Thumbnail for - Superstar Blogger Moves to Oregon
Nov 22, 2010
This week’s Monday fun comes in the form of—believe it or not—a link to another blog: Hyperbole and a Half. A modest showcase of Allie Brosh’s hilarious narrative and deliberately dumb drawings,...
Thumbnail for - Dan Aykroyd Redux
Sep 28, 2010
Celebrity Sighting
"What if I don’t want to see Dan Aykroyd?" The guy in the 4 × 4 pickup was really irritated. It was stupefyingly hot in the parking lot and he wanted nothing more than to slip into Jantzen...
Thumbnail for - TBA 2010: Flooding With Love For The Kid
Sep 15, 2010
phile under: TBA
Okay, Zachary Oberzan, we hear your title’s implicit wish: that we flood with love…for you. I know, I know, the phrase is in the original dialogue of the novel/Rambo film First Blood, which...
Thumbnail for - TBA 2010: Gare St. Lazare Players
Sep 11, 2010
phile under: TBA 2010
You never get over your first love. Likewise, it’s pretty hard to stumble back into the world after nearly 90 minutes with Samuel Beckett—love, loathing, something more complicated and in...
Thumbnail for - BAR THEATER DOUBLE FEATURE: Beach Battle & Vamp Romp
Aug 30, 2010
phile under: theater
Last night, Culturephile hopped into Someday Lounge for its $12 theater two-fer: Beach Blanket Beyond, and Alba The Vampire. Pleasantly shocked by the level of entertainment these two pieces...
Thumbnail for - Margaret Cho: Musician?
Aug 26, 2010
phile under: comedy
"Margaret Cho" is a name you know. Inarguably the most famous queer Korean-American in comedy, she’s carved her own niche among gregarious greats, with riotous impressions of her mother,...
Thumbnail for - LiveWire! Summer Spectacular
Aug 20, 2010
WEEKEND PICK!
Live Wire! Summer Spectacular Always an extravaganza brimming with local and national talent, this edition of OPB’s Live Wire hosts Portland super-band Menomena, playing tracks from their latest...
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