Audience members find themselves in conversation with a mysterious stranger on the other end of the line in 600 Highwaymens interactive virtual performance A Thousand Ways: A Phone Call.
Audience members find themselves in conversation with a mysterious stranger on the other end of the line in 600 Highwaymen's interactive virtual performance A Thousand Ways: A Phone Call. Boom Arts via Facebook

EverOut is The Mercury's new website devoted to things to do in Portland and across the Pacific Northwest. It has all the same things you're used to seeing from Mercury EverOut, just in a new spot!
As you continue to quarantine at home, count on our latest roundup of picks for ways to stay entertained without venturing into the germy outside world. We've compiled them below—from the Virtual Portland Indigenous Marketplace to Snowed In! with the Portland Gay Men’s Chorus, and from Portland'5 Center for the Arts' Hip Hop Nutcracker to a Savage Love Livestream. Plus, check out our StreamLocal events hub and stay tuned for a roundup of the best socially distanced things to do this weekend. 

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Carlos Motta Panel Discussion
Sit in on an online panel discussion with artist Carlos Motta, whose three-part video installation up at PICA features portraits of openly undocumented queer artists and activists in the US whose work condemns this country's history of unjust immigration laws.

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