The Fremont Theater may be the new kid on the block, but it fits right in with its sleek, new architecture, topshelf cocktails, and an eclectic mix of storytelling and music performances for everyone big and small.
Author: Brandy Crowe
Operated by Portland pop-punk band Smoochknob, The Analog Cafe & Theater hosts more than 500 shows a year across two stages. Learn more about its guest chef, burlesques and upcoming winter shows in February’s Know Your Venue feature.
The Paris Theatre recently underwent some serious remodeling. Step inside the new Paris in this month’s Know Your Venue feature.
In December’s Know Your Venue feature, High Water Mark Lounge aims to be a neighborhood beacon during dark winters and tough times, with many metal and punk offerings to boot.
The Fixin’ To is aiming to liven up St. Johns nights with new music offerings, including some of Portland’s most acclaimed new acts, plus weekly metal and honky-tonk nights.
The White Eagle Saloon, once called The Bucket of Blood, is celebrating its 111th anniversary this October. It’s one of the most storied venues in the city, legendary for both its musical and supernatural entertainment.
The creature and multi-instrumentalist known as Anklepants comes to Dante’s tonight. We caught up with Dr. Reecard Farché to discuss his animatronic craftsmanship and why his true name must remain a secret.
At any Aug. 19 show at Turn! Turn! Turn!, we sat down with Lavender Country founder Patrick Haggerty for a talk about activism and long shots. Haggerty was the mind and voice behind what was considered to be the first gay country record in the 1970s.
It’s a music-inspired variety shop. Read this month’s Know Your Venue on Turn! Turn! Turn! and brush up on its signature cocktails, periodicals and vinyl.
This month’s Know Your Venue feature spotlights Bunk Bar. Read on to learn the history, food and music philosophies and namesake of the “Indie Rock Sandwich Shop.”