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Anna Tivel, Obsessive Storyteller

The Portland Singer/Songwriter’s Latest Spills Over with Beauty and Incident

Deliverance Interrupted

A Vancouver Music Company Tried to Release New Music from Prince. They Didn’t Get Very Far.

Record Review

Blitzen Trapper, Wild and Reckless

PICA Brings Steve Doughton’s Rarely Seen Video Work Back to Portland

Holding Onto an Era in Crisis with DELTA (and Aphex Twin)

A$AP Mob Rules the World

The New York Collective Is Leading the New Golden Age of Hip-Hop Crews

Toward a Less Cranky Union with Andy Zaltzman

The Comedian’s New Tour is a Salve for Disaffected News Junkies

Elliott Sharp Reimagines the Work of Thelonious Monk

His Current Tour Celebrates What Would’ve Been the Jazz Legend’s 100th Birthday

Loving Vincent: Let’s Ear It for the Boy

This Movie Is Better Than That Headline

Barrett Martin Travels the World

In The Singing Earth, Music is the Antidote to Isolationist Politics

Okkyung Lee’s Force and Physicality

Jlin's Disappearing Act

With Endless Poetry, Alejandro Jodorowsky Paints a Self Portrait

And It’s a Visual Stunner.

Record Review

Nick Delffs, Redesign

Offa Rex Breaks Tradition

Olivia Chaney and the Decemberists' Debut LP Is a Love Letter to British Folk

The Lost Cities (and Bluesy Licks) of Zerzura

A Surreal, Electrifying Voyage from Christopher Kirkley

On Her New Album, Emma Ruth Rundle Sounds Like She’s Singing Through Gritted Teeth

The Recent Portland Transplant Discusses Marked for Death

Record Review

Jenny Don’t and the Spurs, Call of the Road

Record Review

Abronia, Obsidian Visions/Shadowed Lands

Gender-fluid Hodgepodge

Experience a Digital Restoration of Funeral Parade of Roses

Record Review

The Parson Red Heads, Blurred Harmony

Andie Main’s Comedy Church

Revolution Comedy is a Force for Good in an Uncertain World

Poptone Is a Family Band

And Diva Dompe Is Living Her Rock Star Dream

Bridgetown Day 1: Reunited's Hot Cup o' Chat

An Oral History of the Bridgetown Comedy Festival

How A Chat Over Post-Show Drinks Put Portland on the Comedy Map

Lydia Ainsworth: Growing and Afterglowing

The Canadian Electronic Pop Artist Puts on a Show

Seamus McGravy Grows Up

Jeremiah Coughlan's Patient Pursuit of Comedy Glory

Record Review

Little Star, Little Star

World War Blues

The Pain and Suffering of Frantz

Open Mike Eagle’s Razor-Wire Wit

The LA-Based Rapper Says He’s Ready to Make “Big Boy Records”

Land of Mine Is Explosive Filmmaking!

(It Is About Land Mines, You See.)

To the Shire!

Appreciating John Yeon, Portland’s Unsung Hero of Architecture

Your Guide to the 2017 PDX Jazz Festival

It’s Happening Again, with 33 1/3’s Twin Peaks

If You Like Angelo Badalamenti’s Iconic Score, You’ll Like a Book About It!

Saxophone Quartet Battle Trance Works Toward Transcendence

Frontman Travis Laplante Says the Group’s Lineup Came to Him in a Dream

Nariko Ott Heads East

The Perpetually Mustachioed Comedian Stops in on His Way Out

Lonely Boy Anthem

Ex-Sex Pistol Steve Jones’ Unapologetic and Cheeky New Memoir

The Pylon Reenactment Society Revives the Past

The Athens, Georgia Group Builds on Pylon’s Enduring Legacy

Robbie Robertson Delivers a Flawed Testimony

In a New Memoir, the Band’s Guitarist Lets His Ego Get the Better of Him

Tone Roads: Classical Music Roundup for November

After 13 Years, Cinema Project Turns Off the Lights

Looking Back on a Decade of Experimental Film

The Orb Wants the World to Chill

Don’t Have a COW

Shawn Levy Recounts the Sweet Life

Dolce Vita Confidential: A Look into Postwar Italy’s Blossoming Film Industry

Cured at Last

Founding Member of the Cure Lol Tolhurst Opens Up About His Personal Disintegration in a New Memoir
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