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Music Feb 17 10:00 AM

The Ghost Pop of Aaron Liu Contains Whole Sonic Worlds

His new double album spills over with gorgeous, gauzy indie-pop songs whose lush arrangements belie their lo-fi origins.

Hear In Portland Feb 15 2:39 PM

On DIY Bocha Centers Self-Reliance (and Smoking Weed)

HEAR IN PORTLAND this week: Omari Jazz and Kiefer co-headline at PDX Jazz Fest, London-based R&B singer-songwriter Ella Mai returns for our hearts.

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Movies & TV Feb 9 12:05 PM

Audrey Hepburn Before the Death of the Rom-Com

Cinema 21 celebrates the romantic comedy with Hepburn films all February.

Hear In Portland Feb 8 1:50 PM

Sxlxmxn's Second Gospel Sample EP Has His Own Spin

HEAR IN PORTLAND this week: Masego live is like a nightclub in paradise, Carrie Underwood's Diamonds & Rhinestones Tour reaches the Moda

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Music Feb 7 11:01 AM

Black Belt Eagle Scout Says the Land Called Her Home

Her third album, The Land, the Water, the Sky, was inspired by a move home—from Portland to her Swinomish reservation.

Culture Feb 6 2:32 PM

Portland Central Library to Open "Technology Pop-Up" for Longer Closure in March

The second phase of the downtown library "refresh" may last until December 2023 or longer.

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Hear In Portland Feb 1 2:14 PM

MAITA's All-Acoustic Album Hits the Spot and the Road

HEAR IN PORTLAND this week: Portland's brand new Downtown Bloc Party and A Beat Happening's chic hotel spot

Food and Drink Jan 26 11:30 AM

Eating Alone on Lunar New Year

So long, Tiger, and all your chaos energy!

Hear In Portland Jan 25 12:14 PM

We’re Obsessed With Rapper Wynne's New Music Video for "Look at You"

Also in HEAR IN PORTLAND: Portland Music Month's last week; don't hold your breath until the Roots' show—but it is pretty soon

Food and Drink Jan 20 1:30 PM

Food Review: The New and Improved Akadi PDX Shines

Chef Fatou Ouattara's new menu offers smoked goat egusi stew and other new dishes while retaining old favorites, like the spectacular suya chicken wings and pepper fish.

Theater & Performance Jan 17 10:43 AM

Theater Preview: PETE’s The Americans Looks at Idealized America vs. the Real America

The provocative theater company pulls from Robert Frank's black-and-white photographs to prod at the tumultuous history of American social relations.