Instead of leaving super fans without glitter, glam and hard-rock hallelujah, the annual event now in it's 64th year, will air a live two-hour special available for viewing in more than 40 countries.
The majority of Oregon’s population still lives under a “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order. But residents of 31 mostly rural counties will see restrictions begin to ease on Friday. Here's what you need to know.
In his recent budget proposal, Mayor Ted Wheeler proposed defunding the Portland Film Office, a choice stakeholders in the industry warn could prove devastating to the city’s burgeoning film scene.
In Hideo Kojima's famously strange new game, you're often alone, trekking across deserted post-apocalyptic America. But you're also not alone, as you find clues and connections left by other players.
The era of bustling restaurants may be at an end. Even when pandemic restrictions allow patrons back in, it could take years to return to profitability. Many are opting to close their doors.
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"There's a joke going around that once the quarantine ends, everyone's going to be like a thousand times better," says one college esports competitor.
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The music and arts festival in Happy Valley said it can’t safely go on, as scheduled in late July, citing the latest guidance from Gov. Kate Brown, in their decision.
It is vital that we reflect on the most recent season of Saturday Night Live and mean-spiritedly rank its 18 featured musical acts from worst to best.
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Feature films forced to premier on the small screen because of the coronavirus crisis will not compete with television shows for awards.
This was a big spring for mainstream game studios — but summer was looking dry even before the pandemic upended everything. So it's a great time to check out some independent games.