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All rise, the Court is in session

All rise, the Court is in session

Portland Tribune - Features
Rose Festival princesses have been named, and the Queen's Coronation will be held at Washington Park on June 18.
Darcelle Project earns state heritage honor

Darcelle Project earns state heritage honor

Portland Tribune - Features
Multimedia presentation by Triangle Productions is one of six to get state excellence awards.
Ansel Adams viewed through a wider lens

Ansel Adams viewed through a wider lens

Portland Tribune - Features
Portland Art Museum show adds contemporary context to famed photographer's legacy
Bits & Pieces: Oaks Amusement Park plans reopening

Bits & Pieces: Oaks Amusement Park plans reopening

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items include Rose Garden Contest, Pearl Dive Project, John Grisham, The Lot at Zidell Yards.
Oregon City artist curates 'Black Matter' exhibit in Newberg

Oregon City artist curates 'Black Matter' exhibit in Newberg

Portland Tribune - Features
Tammy Jo Wilson seeks to prominently showcase Black artists, value them for broad talent
Blazer5 Gaming revamps roster for 2021

Blazer5 Gaming revamps roster for 2021

Portland Tribune - Features
There are six new players on the team for the upcoming NBA 2K League video game season.
Clackamas Community College to host free creative writing…

Clackamas Community College to host free creative writing…

Portland Tribune - Features
Compose Creative Writing Conference will be virtual for second year in a row on May 15
Milwaukie named top 'Tree City' statewide

Milwaukie named top 'Tree City' statewide

Portland Tribune - Features
Oregon Community Trees award recognizes city's efforts to ensure its urban forest provides wide range of benefits.
Sea creatures emerge from Mike Bennett's mind

Sea creatures emerge from Mike Bennett's mind

Portland Tribune - Features
Portland artist, who has done wooden cartoon cutouts in recent years, debuts 'A, B, Sea' later this month.
Bits & Pieces: TidalWave Comics gives Dolly Parton comic…

Bits & Pieces: TidalWave Comics gives Dolly Parton comic…

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items include Portland Opera, Rose City Rollers camps, One Barrel Challenge, 30-day Doggie Dash and more.
Darcelle and friends take the (outdoor) stage

Darcelle and friends take the (outdoor) stage

Portland Tribune - Features
A drive-in event April 9-11 features Portland's famous drag queen and her cohorts at Zidell Yards.
Farm in Oregon City area expands Kunekune breeding efforts

Farm in Oregon City area expands Kunekune breeding efforts

Portland Tribune - Features
Unexpected circumstances during wildfires last September help out Kristopher Buxton.
Opening of zoo's Polar Passage nears

Opening of zoo's Polar Passage nears

Portland Tribune - Features
The 5-year-old polar bear Nora will have comfortable new digs, and might welcome another bear in the fall.
'Top Chef' shines light on Oregon, Portland

'Top Chef' shines light on Oregon, Portland

Portland Tribune - Features
Fifteen chefs, including two locals, take part in the popular cooking show hosted by Padma Lakshmi.
Bits & Pieces: The 20th Ten Grands to air on KGW-TV

Bits & Pieces: The 20th Ten Grands to air on KGW-TV

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items are Rose Festival Court, Voices Lectures, Oscar shorts, 'Lady Sings the Blues' and more
April Arts: Portland Art Museum prepares to open April 10

April Arts: Portland Art Museum prepares to open April 10

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items are Corey S. Pressman's 'King of No Country,' Disjecta's 'Unquiet Object,' Jon Gotshall's 'Floodplain'
Mental health expressed via Clackamas County student artists

Mental health expressed via Clackamas County student artists

Portland Tribune - Features
Education Service District show goes online for second year in a row to 'honor emotions and experiences' of painful year.
Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner

Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner

Portland Tribune - Features
Suggested reading brought to you by Elmer's Flag and Banner: The Lincoln Flag
Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Portland Tribune - Features
Suggested reading brought to you by Sunlan Lighting: Sunlan Lighting continues their commitment to health & safety
Ultra support for multiple sclerosis research

Ultra support for multiple sclerosis research

Portland Tribune - Features
Bethany pharmacist will run 164 miles in six days as part of the MS Run the US coast-to-coast relay.
Spring welcomes Leach Botanical Garden's growth

Spring welcomes Leach Botanical Garden's growth

Portland Tribune - Features
It's expanded by 5 acres, and includes a picturesque aerial tree walk and arbor house gathering area.
Gourdet welcomes 'Top Chef' to his home city

Gourdet welcomes 'Top Chef' to his home city

Portland Tribune - Features
The famed chef serves as a judge on the reality show, while also operating pop-up Kann and awaiting release of cookbook.
Bits & Pieces: Check out programs 'Relative Fiction,' 'Art…

Bits & Pieces: Check out programs 'Relative Fiction,' 'Art…

Portland Tribune - Features
Also, the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen's Show an Portland Boat Show are combined at Expo Center.
For Steve Kerin, music once a day makes bad vibes stay away

For Steve Kerin, music once a day makes bad vibes stay away

Portland Tribune - Features
Portland musician has played music at different locations on Facebook Live each day since March 21, 2020.
'Top Chef' sets table in Portland

'Top Chef' sets table in Portland

Portland Tribune - Features
Local chefs Sara Hauman and Gabriel Pascuzzi take part in Bravo show filmed in Portland and emphasizing Oregon food.
Oregon Symphony sets 2021-22 in-person season

Oregon Symphony sets 2021-22 in-person season

Portland Tribune - Features
David Danzmayr takes over as musical director and Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall gets an audio upgrade.
A playground for everybody

A playground for everybody

Portland Tribune - Features
Gabriel Park will be the latest Portland park to see new all-abilities playground
Teen vs. adults in American Ninja Warrior

Teen vs. adults in American Ninja Warrior

Portland Tribune - Features
Troutdale's Caiden Madzelan, 15, will be among teenagers competing for spot in national finals.
Dinosaurs take over OMSI

Dinosaurs take over OMSI

Portland Tribune - Features
The exhibit of animatronics, skeletons, fossils and more opens March 20; so, stay away COVID
Bits & Pieces: De Bastion leads way in DHOH music technology

Bits & Pieces: De Bastion leads way in DHOH music technology

Portland Tribune - Features
Portlander helps develop first virtual reality application to incorporate 360-degree captioning and sign language.

Bits & Pieces: Show goes on at Triangle…

Portland Tribune - Features
Bits & Pieces: Show goes on at Triangle…
Other items include Oregon Zoo red pandas, Oaks Park Amusement Park and Cascade Festival of African Films.

March Arts: Portland arts galleries welcoming…

Portland Tribune - Features
March Arts: Portland arts galleries welcoming…
Highlights are Yamamoto Masao at PDX Contemporary, 'Cosmic Microscapes' in Bend and PSU artists at Schnitzer Museum.

PIFF 44: 'Minari' and more highlight film festival

Portland Tribune - Features
PIFF 44: 'Minari' and more highlight film festival
There'll be screenings online and at Zidell Yards; among local films is 'A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff.'

Everybody Reads takes on new meaning these days

Portland Tribune - Features
Everybody Reads takes on new meaning these days
The community project examines everyday wonders through author Ross Gay's 'The Book of Delights,' other programs

Happy Valley musician hopes to bounce back from…

Portland Tribune - Features
Happy Valley musician hopes to bounce back from…
Nate Clarizio's band looking for members during hard times in entertainment industry

Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner

Portland Tribune - Features
Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner
Suggested reading brought to you by Elmer's Flag and Banner: bratach na hEireann The Flag of Ireland

Voices Lectures welcomes Salbi

Portland Tribune - Features
Voices Lectures welcomes Salbi
An Iraqi-American activist who has dedicated her life to helping women in conflict areas will speak March 3.

Curtis Salgado and his 'Damage Control' life

Portland Tribune - Features
Curtis Salgado and his 'Damage Control' life
Longtime blues star navigates pandemic with same vigor as past, welcoming new album but yearning to perform live.

Bits & Pieces: Portland Parks & Recreation plans to…

Portland Tribune - Features
Bits & Pieces: Portland Parks & Recreation plans to…
Other items include new Gucci store, PDX Jazz Fest, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Willamette Valley wines and 'Beatloric!'

Shakespeare Fest plans digital and onstage…

Portland Tribune - Features
Shakespeare Fest plans digital and onstage…
It's an ambitious schedule for the famous Ashland theater company; could we see in-person shows in fall?

Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Portland Tribune - Features
Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting
Suggested reading brought to you by Sunlan Lighting: Not your Grandmother's Lighting store

'In a Solitary Place' explores art made during…

Portland Tribune - Features
'In a Solitary Place' explores art made during…
Clackamas Community College continues virtual art exhibits with Portland-based musician Sean Croghan

Rejection is always out there, but it doesn't have…

Portland Tribune - Features
Rejection is always out there, but it doesn't have…
I have another the bad-news letters in my newspaper file, but they don't bother me nearly so much as they used to.

Bits & Pieces: Oregon Symphony gets its new music…

Portland Tribune - Features
Bits & Pieces: Oregon Symphony gets its new music…
Other items include 'Top Chef' coming to Portland, Cinema Unbound Awards, 'The Bachelor' and more.

Fox and Bones preach happiness and unity with new…

Portland Tribune - Features
Fox and Bones preach happiness and unity with new…
It's 'A Changing of the Guard,' the first single from a new album for the Portland folk duo.

PDX Jazz Fest: Live (and virtual) from South Africa…

Portland Tribune - Features
PDX Jazz Fest: Live (and virtual) from South Africa…
International concerts, music films, local shows mark the 18th event, which had to change like everything else.

Notorious Portland criminals examined, exposed in…

Portland Tribune - Features
Notorious Portland criminals examined, exposed in…
'Portland Rogues Gallery' tells of individuals while using portraits; it's his fifth book about local crime.

Bits & Pieces: Francis, Wu play their part in 'A…

Portland Tribune - Features
Bits & Pieces: Francis, Wu play their part in 'A…
Other items include Valentine's events, Zwickelmania, Artists Rep works, Movie Madness University and Bud Lewis.

Portland Winter Light (non)Festival continues

Portland Tribune - Features
Portland Winter Light (non)Festival continues
Annual festival brightens cloudy Portland nights; it'll light things up Friday and Saturday, Feb. 12-13.

Oregon City's Lunar Ladies bring home second…

Portland Tribune - Features
Oregon City's Lunar Ladies bring home second…
Robotics team from Gardiner Middle School, Oregon City High School earns NASA honors.

African film series screens online

Portland Tribune - Features
African film series screens online
The 31st annual Cascade Festival of African Films celebrates 'Africa Through African Lenses.'

Nights, lights and delights

Portland Tribune - Features
Nights, lights and delights
Portland Winter Light (non)Festival features pop-up installations and video projections while minimizing crowds.

February Arts

Portland Tribune - Features
February Arts
Openings include Early Northwest Masters at Russo Lee, Wendel White at Blue Sky and Michelle Ross at Leach.

Bits & Pieces

Portland Tribune - Features
Bits & Pieces
Items include Fertile Ground, KMHD, Portland Opera, PCS commissions and BodyVox events.

Voices welcomes Alzheimer's expert

Portland Tribune - Features
Voices welcomes Alzheimer's expert
Neuroscientist and author Lisa Genova has a new book coming out, appropriately titled 'Remember.'

Business News Update: Central Auto Body

Portland Tribune - Features
Business News Update: Central Auto Body
Suggested reading brought to you by Central Auto Body: Customer service shines at Central Auto Body

Fertile Ground: Theater online, on brand and on…

Portland Tribune - Features
Fertile Ground: Theater online, on brand and on…
Festival of New Works is free and all-virtual in 2021, but there's still makeup, emoting and credits.

Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner

Portland Tribune - Features
Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner
Suggested reading brought to you by Elmer's Flag and Banner: When to fly the flag at half-staff

Bits & Pieces

Portland Tribune - Features
Bits & Pieces
Items include Tom Grant Band, BodyVox events, Everybody Reads and Artists Repertory Theatre.

Poet's home will lure writers to Portland area

Portland Tribune - Features
Poet's home will lure writers to Portland area
PCC receives biggest gift ever with $5.5 million estate in Tigard, from late Carolyn Moore.

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