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Chief Joseph Days Rodeo, a dory celebration in Pacific City, orchestral music on the coast, and more
Michelle Harris, Margaret Seiler, and Sam Stites
Summer songs from Portlanders old and new to spin this season on our Spotify playlist: Unknown Mortal Orchestra, the Decemberists, Five Fingers of Funk, and more
Matthew Trueherz and Margaret Seiler
Goonies Day hits Astoria, a Bach festival kicks off in Eugene, wine country shows some Pride, and more!
Portland Monthly Staff
From Pedalpalooza to Pickathon, Diana Ross to Diana Krall, Shakespeare to Samantha Bee, a roundup of what's happening in Portland, Oregon, this summer.
Margaret Seiler and Sam Stites
A video for the aging rocker’s terrible song about the homelessness crisis in Portland shows South Central LA, Manhattan, and Brooklyn.
Days are getting longer, bees are buzzing, Margo Cilker is crooning, and Yeat’s bars are flowing.
An incomplete guide to Portland’s best cultural offerings this spring, including SZA, Michelle Zauner, Ari Shapiro, and Yeat
Dalila Brent, Margaret Seiler, and Matthew Trueherz
The Toronto-based singer-songwriter is playing Revolution Hall March 7. His latest album, Shauf explains from the road, holds a different kind of love song.
Fire tunes from Portlanders old and new to keep the season warm.
The new music venue takes over the former Dig a Pony space, with food and beverage from the Tulip Shop Tavern team.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Pop Culture Deep Dive
The superstar’s tenth album descended on an extremely suspecting public when the clock struck 12 last night. Here's how it hit us.
Lush, autumnal tracks from Portlanders including Dead Moon, Rasheed Jamal, Dakota Theim and more.
The two-day music festival’s 2022 roster includes The Dandy Warhols, Soft Kill, and The Thesis.
Want to catch an end-of-summer groove? This year's lineup at the Salem fairgrounds includes the Beach Boys, TLC, and Shaggy.
Michelle Harris and Dalila Brent
The 10,000-person Happy Valley festival returns, and it’s bigger and weirder than we remember.
The superstar’s seventh album is a glittering tribute to queer dance music through the ages, making it a hell of a lot gayer than, say, a bachelorette party at Darcelle's.
Mendelssohn's on N Mississippi Ave pairs classical music with classic cocktails. Expect weekly live chamber music and monthly Operoke.
From Portugal. the Man to Yeat to Pink Martini, give this list of summer songs from Portlanders—old and new—a spin this season.
Imagine Edgefield on Xanax and you're most of the way there.
For the past two years, the East Burnside hotel served as a quarantine shelter for COVID-positive homeless people. Now, it's ready for other guests again.