A Work In Progress: How Portland’s Music Scene Can Shift Towards HealingOlivia Awbrey - Feb 14, 2019
#MeToo is an international movement that affects individuals at all levels, and Portland's creative community is not immune to the toxicity that often pervades the entertainment industry. But we...
Y La Bamba Soundtracks A MovementElizabeth Seward - Feb 1, 2019
A synchronous accompaniment to #MeToo, Y La Bamba's fifth record is a testament to the strength of women. “We are women, we are powerful,” Luz Elena Mendoza sings on the title track...
Festival Food That Feeds Your SoulRyan J. Prado - Jul 25, 2018
Chefs and musicians come together for Pickathon’s Curation Series. Do not miss this year's curation meals at Pendarvis Farm from August 2 to 5.
From Successful Artist to Producer: Hutch HarrisAdam Sweeney - Jun 21, 2018
As The Thermals began to wind down, Hutch Harris found himself producing records with Victor Nash at Destination: Universe! Working swiftly and on the cheap, he's already spent time behind the...
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