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Trying to decide what to do in Portland in October? Here are our editors’ picks for the best activities and entertainment available this month!
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.
This fall, Portland’s galleries and studios explore artists’ processes and appreciate their place in the contemporary canon.
Every summer for more than a decade, PDX Latinx Pride festival has celebrated the rich culture of LGBTQ Latinx in the Pacific Northwest.
With a never-ending roster of events in Portland, you’re sure to find plenty worth celebrating every month of the year. Here are 54 of our favorites.
The Audubon Society of Portland Nature Sanctuary provides a great jumping-off point for exploring Forest Park, the country’s largest urban wilderness.
Piano Push Play invites local artists to transform old, donated pianos into whimsical works of art which are distributed across the city.
If you’re contemplating a visit to Rip City, PDX offers a long list of nonstop flights from across the globe (meaning you can kiss that layover goodbye).
Freshly-picked Pacific Northwest apples are a local favorite, and many Portland-area orchards allow visitors to pluck the fruit right off the branch.