Entertainment | Arts | local | NW Life | Music | State of WonderOPB | Sept. 8, 2017 2:26 p.m. | Portland
Outgoing artistic director Angela Mattox picks five shows and reflects on the global festival, plus we talk with Stew of the band the Negro Problem about keeping Portland real.
The Chetco Bar Fire and other blazes are blowing smoke right into Oregon's theater capital.
The annual 82nd Avenue Rose Parade and Carnival scheduled for Saturday have been canceled of threats against the Multnomah County Republican Party, a longtime participant in the parade.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s wildly successful Green Show — staged outdoors on “The Bricks” before evening shows — has outgrown its modest space.
Every October, the streets of Grants Pass are transformed into a work of art. It’s not fall foliage adding the color though, it’s dozens of artists gathered for the Art Along the Rogue festival.
The growing bluegrass music scene in the Pacific Northwest stays alive with the Northwest String Summit celebrating its 15th year at Horning’s Hideout in North Plains, Oregon.
Air | Climate change | Arts | Communities | Environment | Entertainment | Recreation | Health | EconomyOPB/EarthFix | Aug. 24, 2015 10:15 a.m. | Ashland, Oregon
In Ashland, home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the “show-must-go-on” mantra of the theater has given way to continuous air quality checks and tough show-time decisions.
The Ashland theater premieres Pulitzer-winner Lynn Nottage's play "Sweat" — about steel workers on strike — just as Oregon Shakespeare Festival's own crews vote to unionize.
A look at summer's biggest outdoor music festivals - and the lack of representation by female artists.
Filmed by Bike is the city's premiere film festival dedicated to movies with themes revolving around bikes.
The 2014 Portland Jazz Festival beckons, but, as you consider the dizzying array of scheduled gigs, you might have trouble finding the off-the-beaten path shows. Fear not, because we've got your back with this handy "rough guide" to the festival.