Pamplin | July 20, 2017
The future of the Alberta Rose Theatre is uncertain, as building owner Robbin Mayfield has decided to sell the building more than 30 years after buying it as an investment and fixing it up himself.
OPB | July 18, 2017
Carleton Watkins was the first to truly capture the colossal beauty of the Columbia River Gorge Northwest. He was also a huge reason why we have National Parks.
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Recreation | Sports | NW Life | localOPB | July 15, 2017 3:48 p.m. | Gresham, Oregon
The Portland Highland Games have become somewhat of a Northwest institution — part Scottish celebration and part beer league softball.
The Oregon Arts Commission is preparing to implement a 14 percent budget reduction. We sat down with the commission's executive director, Brian Rogers, to talk about the cuts' impact on the agency.
local | NW Life | Arts | State of WonderOPB | July 14, 2017 12:57 p.m. | Bend, Oregon
Bend's Atelier 6000 reopening as the Bend Art Center is a signpost for the restless conversation in Central Oregon art circles about who speaks for art and what needs to be said.
The rare and highly restored antiques at the show get a lot of attention, but the bulk of the concours is made up of more affordable cars such as classic Chevrolets, Fords and Chryslers.
local | NW Life | Arts | State of WonderOPB | July 14, 2017 1:37 p.m.
Reed Lacy has been tinkering with his human-powered vehicle since 1993. His "kinetic sculpture" is one of many taking part in races during Corvallis' da Vinci Days.
Business | local | Arts | State of WonderOPB | July 7, 2017 10:40 a.m. | Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver artist Erika Bartlett has an eye for nature and a mind for business.
News | local | NW Life | EntertainmentThe Roseburg News Review | July 12, 2017 12:20 p.m. | Roseburg, Oregon
Hometown hero Alek Skarlatos will star as himself in a Clint Eastwood movie about his heroic tackle of a would-be terrorist on a Paris-bound train in 2015.
The International Muslim Cultural Festival has long been in the works and finally came to fruition this year with help from Portland Parks and Recreation.
local | NW Life | Arts | Books | State of WonderOPB | July 7, 2017 11:34 a.m. | Vancouver, Washington
Christopher Luna started an open mic reading series out of an ice cream parlor in 2004 and Ghost Town Poetry hasn’t missed a month since, becoming something of a Vancouver institution.
The whimsical new song commemorates the 50th anniversary of Oregon's landmark Beach Bill.
The TrackTown Summer Series came to the Portland area on its three-city tour. The nascent series is part of broad efforts to increase the sport’s U.S. popularity in non-Olympic years.
Portland is known for many things: Hip-hop is not one of them. But once a month, a collection of music lovers converge on Mic Check, a showcase that features some of the best Portland hip-hop acts for a night of ferocious, brilliant rhymes and a deep appreciation for the culture.
Baltimore experimental pop band Animal Collective delivered a mixture of sounds, color and light at the Roseland Theater.
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