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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.
A parade of pianists present contemporary classical music in November, along with treats for fans of guitar, cello, choir and homegrown Portland music.
PDX Pop-Up Shops return downtown every winter, making it easy to find locally designed and crafted gifts for your holiday shopping list.
Do your holiday shopping for locally made gifts at hip parties, makers' fairs, sprawling sales and garden grounds filled with handcrafted items.
On Thanksgiving weekend, skip the Black Friday frenzy — and the sales tax — in favor of a fun, made-in-Portland alternative: Little Boxes.
From corn mazes to dance performances, half-marathons to haunted houses, Portland provides the perfect Halloween plans for any scare-seeking witch or warlock.
There’s nothing more American than fun, family and, of course, fireworks. Pack all of that into one weekend with these July 4 events.
Like an Advent calendar loaded with sugary treats, the days leading up to Christmas in Portland hold an abundance of sweet memories.