Emily June Newton isn’t an ordinary clown. She doesn’t wear a red-nose. Her style of clowning means creating and becoming distinct characters that allow her to express where she’s at in her life. She’s debuting a brand new character this week at the CoHo Clown Festival in Portland.
In August 1972, the Springfield Creamery hit a financial rough patch. Owners Chuck and Sue Kesey had been in business for more than a decade and just introduced a new probiotic product called Nancy’s Yogurt. That’s when somebody got the groovy idea to ask a popular psychedelic rock band for help. And help they did.
It’s essentially a road map of Oregon, featuring landscape photographer Peter Marbach’s photos of state parks, from the Wallowa Mountains in Eastern Oregon to the crashing waves at Shore Acres State Park in Coos Bay.
If you’ve ever wondered how the Great Bard would’ve rendered one of the Coen Brothers’ most beloved films, then look no further than the Liberty Theatre’s latest production, “William Shakespeare’s Lebowski: Prince of Ninepins.”