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Other items include Bon Jovi concert, OBT and Portland Opera and Zidell Yards shows and PCS plans.

COURTESY PHOTO - 'Becoming Ruby' is a Pacific Northwest film in the Filmed by Bike Festival.Filmed by Bike

The 19th annual Filmed by Bike Festival once again will be online on YouTube, May 20 to 23.

It'll feature many films and filmmakers, including three from the Pacific Northwest: Cheryl Green, Portland, "TBI & My Longest Ride"; Katie Sox, Bend, "Fashion"; Dave Mayers, Bellingham, Washington, "Becoming Ruby."

There'll be six unique movie programs on YouTube, and they include 60 films by 58 filmmakers and 18 countries represented, including Kenya, India, Turkey and Mexico.

For tickets and more, see www.filmedbybike.org.

Bon Jovi

After hosting virtual concerts by Garth Brooks, Metallica, Kane Brown and others, the 99W Drive-In in Newberg will be the site of yet another streamed concert from a music icon. Bon Jovi will perform at the virtual concert on Saturday, May 22, broadcast at venues throughout the country including the 99W.

For tickets and info, see www.bonjoviconcert.com. For on future drive-in concerts, see www.encorenights.com.

Live performances

Oregon Ballet Theatre, Portland Opera and Oregon Museum of Science and Industry will be collaborating on live performances in June at OMSI, 1945 S.E. Water Ave. OBT and Portland Opera plan shows on what is now called the Jordan Schnitzer CARE Summerstage at OMSI.

And Portland Opera's Hampton Opera Center will host an assortment of OMSI camps.

OBT kicks off the series with "OBT Live," June 6 to12. Portland Opera presents "Frida," June 22 to 27.

We'll have more later. For now, see www.obt.org and www.portlandopera.org.

Meanwhile, a lineup for The Lot at Zidell Yards has been announced. It kicks off with Savila on May 29; Federale, May 30; and "Rose and Roses" with Jacob Miller, June 3. Shows go through July 17.

The Hollywood Theatre will put on movies at Zidell Yards, starting with "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" on May 28 and "Love & Basketball" on May 31.

PCS shows

Portland Center Stage has announced that 2021-22 season shows will be returning to The Armory in October.

The seven-show lineup starts with "Frida … A Self Portrait," Oct. 9, and the lineup also features "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time," "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," "Gem of the Ocean," "Freestyle Love Supreme," "The Great Leap" and "Rent."

The Artists Repertory Theatre and its ArtsHub partners also will be staging shows at The Armory in 2021-22.

For more: www.pcs.org.

Blazer5 Gaming

Reminder: The NBA 2K League will begin Wednesday, May 19, with a tournament. Blazer5 Gaming will play remote games from The Biofreeze Performance Center at the Rose Quarter, including a 16-week schedule and two other tournaments. For more: www.blazer5gaming.nba.com.

New exhibit

The Oregon Historical Society, 1200 S.W. Park Ave., is presenting a new exhibit from The Immigrant Story, "I Am My Story: Voices of Hope," featuring stories of immigrant women of color and war survivors with narratives, objects and portraits.

The Immigrant Story exhibit is a collaboration of Portland photographer Jim Lommasson and his storytelling project "What We Carried."

For more: www.theimmigrantstory.org/my-story.


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