Local students present 'A Different Kind of Gun Show'

Clackamas Review - Features
Recent school shootings prompt action in the form of theatre, fundraiser for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

Merideth Clark, Susannah Mars bring the love to CRT

Clackamas Review - Features
'Happy Days Are Here Again' will showcase hits of Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland at 7:30 p.m. July 15 in Oregon City

Milwaukie's New Century Players celebrate 100 years of…

Clackamas Review - Features
Group presents cabaret fundraiser 7 p.m. Saturday, July 14, at Rose Villa Performing Arts Center

Philanthropic Educational Organization offers financial…

Clackamas Review - Features
Laurie Anderson and Faye Moore urge local women to apply for scholarships, grants, loans

See eye-popping autos July 15 at nation's 'best' classic…

Hillsboro Tribune - Features
SPONSORED CONTENT: Concours d'Elegance returns to the campus of Pacific University in Forest Grove

CRT opens season with new take on 'Sense and Sensibility'

Clackamas Review - Features
Former Oregon City High School theater teacher Karlyn Love to direct fast-paced, witty play

Chuckie Pies moving to The Windward

Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment
Lisa and Chuck Shaw Ryan's much anticipated move allows more to experience their 'welcome home' hospitality style. In the meantime enjoy Chuckie Pies…

Oregon City celebrates end of a theatrical era

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City High School's Karlyn Love, Mark Schwahn intend to continue working in theater, directing and acting

Gladstone woodworker donates 5 percent to Audubon Society

Clackamas Review - Features
Handmade birdhouses, tables, chairs and other art offered in time for Father's Day

Oregon City Children's Theatre stages juicy 'Peach'

Clackamas Review - Features
'James and the Giant Peach Jr.' opens June 7 with a fundraiser show and gala in Beavercreek

Hailey Kilgore nominated for a 2018 Tony award

Clackamas Review - Features
Happy Valley resident makes her Broadway debut in 'Once On This Island' last December

Clackamas Community College presents the nonsense of…

Clackamas Review - Features
Sisters sing, dance and preach fun at Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City

Moonlight Coffeehouse moving to downtown Oak Grove

Clackamas Review - Features
Pixie Adams and her husband, Angel, say their goal is to be open in the new space by July 1

In Clackamas, travel to South Africa without leaving Oregon

Clackamas Review - Features
In talk at Clackamas Community College, Happy Valley residents to speak about South Africa trip

Adam Ericksen leads Clackamas United faithful to a 'just…

Clackamas Review - Features
Rev. Denise Andersen's retirement as pastor at Clackamas United Church of Christ leaves big pair of shoes to fill

'Seussical the Musical' brings beloved characters to life

Clackamas Review - Features
Production will explode onto the Gladstone High School stage at 7 p.m. April 13

New Century Players' 'Enchanted April' at Rose Villa

Clackamas Review - Features
Italy in spring is backdrop for special getaway opening April 13; final performance April 15

Band, orchestra tune up for April 8 concert

Clackamas Review - Features
Portland Metro Concert Band, East County Community Orchestra join forces to present at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 8

Lady golfers will kick off the season April 4

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
Interested women of all skill levels invited to attend a breakfast to learn about group

Local dentist donates time, expertise at Nicaragua clinic

Clackamas Review - Features
Dr. France Sunseri fulfilled desire to travel, help others at Clinica Apoyo in Comarcas de la Laguna

Clackamas High School grad helps bring free medical care to…

Clackamas Review - Features
Ashley Filler gives boost to Open Arms International, an organization dedicated to helping orphaned children in Africa

Governor candidate Buehler to meet with GOP women

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
Lake Oswego Republican Women will hold their monthly luncheon meeting March 20 at 11:30 a.m. All are invited to attend.

Oregon City High School presents 'Word Play 6: WHACK' March…

Clackamas Review - Features
Check out six original short plays written, designed, directed and acted by advanced drama students

Prince of Life Lutheran welcomes all to experience divine

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City church's 'contemplative retreat' appeals to millennials, others seeking inclusion

Historic kidnapping case gets modern turn in 'The Lost Boy'

Clackamas Review - Features
Sue Mach's play deals with fake news, media frenzy, 'exploitation of tragic events'

'Lost in Yonkers' opens Feb. 28 at Oregon City High School

Clackamas Review - Features
Play is 'Neil Simon at his best,' said Karlyn Love, who is directing the production

Trash into treasure: Oregon City answers the Trex challenge

Clackamas Review - Features
John McLoughlin Elementary School students, staff support sustainability by collecting bags, other plastics

Chapel Theatre to hold grand opening festivity in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Owners to host an open house and ribbon cutting starting at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18

'Legally Blonde' brings energy to Rex Putnam High School…

Clackamas Review - Features
Show based on 2001 film starring Reese Witherspoon comes to Oak Grove in a production opening on Feb. 16

Metro HomeShare offersClackamas County housing options

Clackamas Review - Features
In a home-share match, Home Providers may seek services like yardwork, pet care or transportation in exchange for a room to rent

Clackamas Repertory Theatre begins season with staged…

Clackamas Review - Features
CRT will also open interactive children's show 'Wing It Bring It On' Saturday, Feb. 10

Milwaukie's UrbanWarrior offers adventure, fun, fitness

Clackamas Review - Features
'Jungle gym for adults' trains new generation of 'ninjas' in Clackamas County

Milwaukie's New Century Players present 'Infinite Black…

Clackamas Review - Features
Staged reading opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26, in the Rose Villa Performing Arts Center

Joyce Rollins, who served homeless for 15 years, now needs…

Clackamas Review - Features
Last October, Clackamas Service Center volunteer's mobile home burned to the ground, leaving her and her disabled son homeless

Milwaukie's late, great Paul deLay featured in 'Just This…

Clackamas Review - Features
Musical is part of the annual Fertile Ground Festival of New Work Jan. 27-28 in Portland

Willamette Falls torytelling project seeks participants

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas Community College instructor Sue Mach to lead two digital workshops in February and May

Program 'invites conversation' between artists and community

Hillsboro Tribune - Features
New opportunity funded by Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment engages citiziens in art-making.

Volunteers needed for native-planting events

Clackamas Review - Features
North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District is offering three work parties in January and February

Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program announces winter term

Clackamas Review - Features
Dan Haneckow kicks off term with a presentation based on his recent book 'Portland Then and Now'

'Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time' delights audiences

Clackamas Review - Features
Produced in Oregon City, movie features local as well as famous actors in film festivals

South Korea an eye-opening trip for Milwaukie…

Clackamas Review - Features
Saira Bradner, a website developer for Pamplin Communications, traveled to South Korea in mid-October

FOR THE BIRDS: 92nd annual count to take place Dec.…

Clackamas Review - Features
92nd annual Christmas Bird Count, sponsored by the Audubon Society of Portland, to run from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Hailey Kilgore makes New York debut in 'Once On…

Clackamas Review - Features
2016 graduate of Clackamas Web Academy gets rave reviews from the New York Times

OCHS culinary arts teacher in Seed to Plate tour of…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City High School's Tera Fukuhara to attend local birthday bash for emperor; overseas trip aimed to connect farmers and community

'The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge' to delight fans of…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City High School drama teacher Karlyn Love excited to produce variation on 'A Christmas Carol'

Local students expand world views

Clackamas Review - Features
North Clackamas players compete in international Scandia United Soccer Academy

Milwaukian hopes to bring home second national teen…

Clackamas Review - Features
15-year-old Shayla Montgomery attending Clackamas Middle College seeks to spread message against bullying

'Somewhere, Nowhere' plays at Gladstone High School

Clackamas Review - Features
Modern comedy to play for two nights, Nov. 17 and 18, at 18800 Portland Ave., Gladstone

Rain Spark Gallery offers art, creative gift ideas…

Clackamas Review - Features
Three of the artists in the show have ties to Milwaukie, Oak Grove, Damascus: Margaret Joyce, Michelle Lattanzi, Candace Wilson

'Beauty and the Beast Jr.' set to enchant at…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon Children's Theatre production of this classic tale opens Friday, Nov. 10

Oregon City Alliance Charter Academy helping others

Clackamas Review - Features
Students, staff member, two dogs get training from Multnomah County search and rescue program and Autism Service Dogs of America

Stuart Fuchs to present ukulele workshops, solo…

Clackamas Review - Features
Workshops at 12:15 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Milwaukie Center

Krayon Kids to present 'Inside the Mind of Artekus…

Clackamas Review - Features
Musical opens Nov. 3 and continues through Nov. 19 at the Barclay Theater in Oregon City

Building a better beehive in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
New owner of beekeeping company reworks business, focuses on plight of honeybees

Cultural Forum to host science fiction writer on…

Clackamas Review - Features
Local author Wendy N. Wagner to read from new novel, 'An Oath of Dogs' in Milwaukie

'Murder at the Gala' fundraiser to benefit OC…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City Children's Theatre fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 4, promises a taste of the high life

Construction underway on Hidden Falls Park

Clackamas Review - Features
Park nestled on land west of 162nd Avenue in Happy Valley, near the Hood View Park

Free talk discusses natural nutrition's role in…

Clackamas Review - Features
Naturopath who works at Oregon City's Natural Health Works to present a free event about 'Power of Good Food'

Diana Abu-Jaber serves up a tasty memoir in…

Clackamas Review - Features
Ledding Cultural Forum will host Abu-Jaber at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, at the Pond House, 2215 S.E. Harrison St.

Big White Goose opens next to Singer Hill Cafe in…

Clackamas Review - Features
Owner Cheryl Frampton glad to be back in town selling gift items, home goods, greeting cards

Designs by THOR brings custom tailoring to Oregon…

Clackamas Review - Features
Tony Iyke buys his fabric locally from the Mill End Store in Milwaukie and Fabric Depot in Portland

Youth M.O.V.E. Oregon to hold Empowerment Gala…

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas County drop-in center, open since 2011, has trained peer-support specialists on site to support youth to achieve their goals

Drone maps golf course at Waverley Country Club in…

Clackamas Review - Features
U.S. Senior Women's Amateur Championship this month marked the first time competitors were given a digital program instead of a paper one

Clackamas County Arts Alliance opening doors to…

Clackamas Review - Features
Youth Arts for Change aims to use the arts as a catalyst to open doors for youth, promoting positive change, and forging constructive connections

White Rabbit/Black Ink opens doors on Main Street

Clackamas Review - Features
Danielle and Rolland Walsh are the owners of the new business, which opened Aug. 19 in downtown Oregon City

New Century Players' 'I Do, I Do' musical set for…

Clackamas Review - Features
'I Do, I Do,' the first offering of New Century Players 2017-18 season, is a small, two-character musical with a big story

Photo slideshow: Molalla football at Putnam - Sept.…

Molalla Pioneer - Sports
Molalla 7, Putnam 14: The Indians fell to the Putnam Kingsmen in what proved to be a defensive struggle as the game remained scoreless at the end of…

CRT's 'Tigers Be Still' offers a roaring good time

Clackamas Review - Features
'Tigers Be Still' is the final play in the Clackamas Repertory Theatre season at Clackamas Community College

Putting on a colorful face

Sandy Post - Features
Maggie Doherty paints her masterpieces on willing participants' faces at the Mount Hood, Estacada and Happy Valley farmers markets.

Milwaukie awash in art Sept. 1

Clackamas Review - Features
For September's First Friday in downtown Milwaukie, Chris Haberman and artMOB wanted an 'amazing' art exhibit

Leo Hartfeil of Oregon City enjoys ride on 'train…

Clackamas Review - Features
Local man, born in Latvia in 1937, survives World War II, stroke to mark his 80th birthday at Pioneer Center

Youth Theatre for Change allows young people to…

Clackamas Review - Features
Kirk Mouser, executive artistic director for Portland-based Stumptown Stages, has been with the program since the beginning

IN PHOTOS: Dinosaur Jr. headlines Pickathon 2017

Gresham Outlook - News
The popular and nationally renowned music festival brings tens of thousands of fans and dozens of bands to Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley

Clackamas County Fair's blue-ribbon competitor

Clackamas Review - Features
Fair opens Tuesday, Aug. 15, and runs through Aug. 19 at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds in Canby

Beer brewers, drinkers embrace Oregon City

Portland Tribune - Features
COURTESY PHOTO - Bent Shovel Brewing was part of the early craft beer revolution in Oregon City. Now there are seven, each complementing one another with their own styles and vibe.
With seven breweries in two years, craft beer hot spot is born in the city just south of Portland

Misty hillsides, atrocities, rock 'n roll and…

Portland Tribune - Features
Legendary, whimsical British songwriter/rocker Robyn Hitchcock and Patterson Hood of politically charged Athens, Ga., rock band Drive-By Truckers…

Rising Phoenix, new community theater group based…

Clackamas Review - Features
Susan Scovil is taking a leap into the unknown by starting Rising Phoenix Theater, a group based in Milwaukie

Irving Berlin's Melody Lingers On at Clackamas…

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas Repertory Theatre presents show 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday; and 2:30 p.m. Sundays, Aug. 4-27

THE 19TH PICKATHON: Creating a unicorn

Portland Tribune - Features
The festival at Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley includes the likes of Robyn Hitchcock, Jonathan Richman and Drive-By Truckers

New Century Players puts the fun in fundraising

Clackamas Review - Features
'Give My Regards to Broadway' at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 29, at the Rose Villa Performing Arts Center, 13505 S.E. River Road, in Oak Grove

Oregon City library plans Zine Fest, first curated…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City Public Library's first Zine Fest from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 29 to feature 20 zinesters showcasing their work

Oregon City exhibit showcases work of young artists

Clackamas Review - Features
YAC partners with The Living Room to showcase the work of 10 young artists through Aug. 1 at Clackamas County's Public Services Building in Oregon…

Buyer needed for Damascus Curves to keep franchise…

Clackamas Review - Features
Happy Valley resident Anita Meier, a member of the Damascus Curves for nearly four years, said she did not want to see the business go away.

Gotta go in Victorian times? That's 'Unmentionable'

Clackamas Review - Features
Therese Oneill presents her book 'Unmentionable: The Victorian Lady's Guide to Sex, Marriage and Manners,' and will talk about the book from 1 to 2…

Oregon City artist Kerri Blackman goes national

Clackamas Review - Features
Partnership between UGallery, Crate and Barrel offers customers original art at affordable prices

Message from Water Environment Services simple: no…

Clackamas Review - Features
Scott Herdener, a wastewater operator at Clackamas County's WES Tri-City Facility on Agnes Avenue in Oregon City, said that the problem with wipes is…

The game is afoot in 'Baskerville: A Sherlock…

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas Repertory Theatre's production opens on June 29 in the Niemeyer Center at Clackamas Community College

Milwaukie teen Eva Busch to compete in scholarship…

Clackamas Review - Features
Busch will be Oregon's representative at the national finals of the Distinguished Young Women competition in Mobile, Alabama

Clackamas High School students share personal…

Clackamas Review - Features
22 Clackamas High School students shared their personal stories with elementary school students, as part of the Clackamas Book Project

Nonprofit recruits children, pregnant women for…

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas County Children's Commission is a nonprofit organization currently serving over 700 families throughout Clackamas County

Johnson Creek Watershed Council honors volunteers

Clackamas Review - Features
The two young men, Phil Nosler and Adam Nayak, both 17, received their awards at JCWC's annual celebration held at Reed College on May 25

Great things are afoot for Milwaukie's Sock It to Me

Clackamas Review - Features
Founder Carrie Atkinson will discuss the history of Sock It to Me and its business practices at the Ledding Cultural Forum at 7 p.m. on June 1

Community invited to Redland Pioneer Cemetery open…

Clackamas Review - Features
Redland Cemetery Board will hold a cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 20, to get the site ready for Memorial Day

Community orchestra presents 'Dancing Through Our…

Clackamas Review - Features
East County Community Orchestra director Roger Nickerson is from Oregon City

Craig Chee, Sarah Maisel teaching at the Milwaukie…

Clackamas Review - Features
Internationally acclaimed teachers and musicians make Milwaukie their one Portland-area stop

Elizabeth Denny dares to dream big at Miss USA…

Clackamas Review - Features
Denny, 26, competed in the Miss Oregon USA 2016 pageant as Miss Clackamas County USA and finished as second runner-up

'Fairy tales with a twist' offered by Oregon City…

Clackamas Review - Features
'Miss Chudderley's Fairy Tales With a Twist!' is the spring offering from Karlyn Love's play production class

New Century Players takes on period piece,…

Clackamas Review - Features
Adaptation of the classic Jane Austen novel opens at 7:30 p.m. on May 12 in the Performing Arts Center at Rose Villa in Oak Grove

Local filmmaker seeks support, followers to…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City resident needs $12,000 and the help of 500 people to complete the film in time to submit it to several independent film festivals

It's a bird, it's a plane: Celebrate International…

Clackamas Review - Features
Hands-on action takes place on May 6 at Clackamette Park, 1955 Clackamette Drive, in Oregon City

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