Fall Arts Guide

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Books Aug 29 4:00 AM

Mohamed Asem’s Revealing Memoir of Airport Detention

Asem Experiences Racism and Self-Reflection in Stranger In the Pen

Comedy Aug 29 4:00 AM

Meet Portland’s Undisputable Geniuses of Comedy 2018!

And Get Your Tickets Now for the September 8 Show at Revolution Hall!

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Megan Burbank Aug 29 4:00 AM

Chelsea Cain’s Twitter Tricks and Man-Eaters Hints

How the Portland Writer Vanquished an Internet Outrage Cycle and Returned to Comics Creepier and Cooler Than Ever

Theater & Performance Aug 29 4:00 AM

All the Amazing Things at the 2018 Time-Based Arts Festival

LA Choreographer Milka Djordjevich, NY Video Arts Monologist Gregg Bordowitz, S1 DJs and Holocene’s Fin de Cinema

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Arts Aug 29 4:00 AM

Shaking the Scene

Their New Season Proves that Shaking The Tree is Portland’s Most Daring Theater Company

Arts Aug 30 4:00 AM

The Mercury’s Fall Arts & Culture Guide

The Only Guide You’ll Need to This Season’s Finest Books, Visual Art, and NPR Hosts Singing Songs

Movies & TV Aug 30 4:00 AM

Vanessa Renwick, Accidental Visionary

The Unlikely Career of a Portland Experimental Filmmaker and Installation Artist

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Arts Aug 30 4:00 AM

Carmen Maria Machado’s Writing Lit Me on Fire

Couple Fights, Fucking, and SVU in Her Body and Other Parties

Design Aug 30 4:00 AM

Lost Decade’s Rock and Roll and Children’s T-Shirts

Manu Berelli and Glenn Henrickson’s Homegrown Design Empire

Arts Aug 30 4:00 AM

Ari Shapiro is Coming Home!

The NPR Host Brings His Solo Show to Portland

Arts Aug 30 4:00 AM

WolfBird Dance Choreographs Feminism

Where to Wear What Hat Shows the Reach of Gender Roles

Arts Aug 30 4:00 AM

Local Essentials for TBA

Because Art Isn’t Really a Once-a-Year Kind of Thing

Arts Aug 30 4:00 AM

Jen Kirkman Returns to Portland with New Material

The Veteran Comedian Takes on Politics (and Dreams of QVC)

Arts Aug 31 4:00 AM

Fall Arts & Culture Guide

It’s Peak Art Season in Portland. Here’s Your Game Plan.

Theater & Performance Aug 31 4:00 AM

August Wilson, Guns, and Fractured Fairy Tales

Here Are the Mercury’s Fall Theater Picks!

Arts Aug 31 4:00 AM

Wordstock’s Challenge: Too Many Readers

2,500 People Were Expected at Last Year’s Festival. 8,500 Showed Up. Here’s How the Organizers Plan to Meet the Demand This Time Around.

Books Aug 31 4:00 AM

Martha Grover’s Messy Lives

The End of My Career Author Is the Voice of Portland Right Now

Arts Aug 31 4:00 AM

Your Guide to the Symphonic Season

There’s a Lot More Than Pokémon in the Oregon Symphony’s 2016/17 Concerts

Arts Aug 31 4:00 AM

PICA Puts Down Roots

At This Year’s Time-Based Art Festival, the Stakes Are Higher

Arts Aug 31 4:00 AM

Big Big Wednesday Is “A Beautiful Object”

The Local Literary Journal Looks to the Future