The drive-in prevails this month with IRL screenings of hits like Minari and The Iron Giant at the Cinema Unbound portion of the otherwise virtual Portland International Film Festival.
The drive-in prevails this month with IRL screenings of hits like Minari and The Iron Giant at the Cinema Unbound portion of the otherwise virtual Portland International Film Festival. Cinema Unbound

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If you've run out of things to look forward to after spending exactly one year in quarantine, you're in good company. But while the end of the pandemic is still a ways off, this month brings some good things to the internet and the outside world that are worth putting on your calendar, from the Portland International Film Festival to the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm's Tulip Festival to the Oregon Cheese Fest To-Go. See details on those and more of our picks below, and check out our complete streaming, in-person, and on-demand calendars for even more options. 

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WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
Rebecca Solnit with Jia Tolentino
Rebecca Solnit's Recollections of My Nonexistence, which expands on many of the experiences outlined in her hit essay collection Men Explain Things to Me, "gives the Beats the drubbing she felt she couldn't give them back in the day, tells the stories of the people and places that inspired her writings, and compares the violence women faced then to the violence they still face today," writes The Stranger's Rich Smith. Catch the author in conversation with New Yorker staff writer Jia Tolentino. 
(Tues March 9)

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