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...
Shook Twins: The Voices of BalanceSkylor Powell - Feb 14, 2019
Identical twin sisters Laurie and Katelyn Shook harmonize about the good men in their lives on their new LP. 'Some Good Lives' is out February 15 via Portland's Dutch Records, but get ready to...
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.
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