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Every February, Americans of all races and backgrounds celebrate Black History Month. Join in important holiday's celebrations with these Portland events.
This winter, Portland’s classical music scene is all about cooperation and teamwork.
In the season when sight-seeing is less of a draw, Portland’s theater creators coax us indoors to enjoy their latest-breaking epiphanies.
Portland’s winter arts scene is full of group shows hosted by local galleries, with a variety of artists to meet and styles to see.
From Handel’s traditional “Messiah” to David Sedaris and his “Santaland Diaries,” the holidays are ready to be celebrated.
Performing arts this fall are split between unflinching reality and fantasy, with dance troupes sticking to their own rhythm.
Winter's gallery offerings take us into the past, while some reach across the nation or globe to compile collections and indulge far-out visions.
Wordstock, Portland's annual literary festival, features an extensive lineup of local and national authors, a book fair and exciting events.
New music, including opera and choral works, spices up programs of some of Portland’s oldest classical music institutions.
This fall, there are plenty of gory treats for the Halloween palate, along with some thought-provoking fare worth pondering well into winter.