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This spring, some of Portland’s finest performers conquer new territory and two circus acts come through town.
Every February, Americans of all races and backgrounds celebrate Black History Month. Join in important holiday's celebrations with these Portland events.
The August Wilson Red Door Project spotlights artists of color and facilitates conversations about diversity in order to change Portland's “racial ecology."
Hear true stories about love, sex, history, movies and even middle school at six regular live storytelling events in Portland.
Live Wire! is “radio variety for the attention-span-challenged” taped in Portland weekly and broadcast on dozens of stations from Tallahassee, Tenn., to Reading, England.
With landscapes as varied as the wild, wooded Rogue River and serene Crater Lake, Southern Oregon is no mere day trip.
Spanning two weeks every January, the Fertile Ground Festival is where you go to see Portland's newest performance works first.
From second-run movies to first-rate comedy acts, Hawthorne is home to an eclectic array of daytime activities and outstanding nightlife options.
Portland's rich collection of children's theater companies offers just the introduction kids need to see that people in costume are fun, not scary.
Portland has a well-established network of venues and theater companies and an increasingly dynamic and diverse small theater scene.