The new documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” cements the sainthood of Fred Rogers and the value of empathy as a life’s work. It opens Friday at Cinema 21.
Author: Chance Solem-Pfeifer
“How To Talk To Girls At Parties” is winning, expressive and contains at least one transcendent moment of glam-punk musical theater. But does it have the legs to be a cult hit? Based on a Neil Gaiman short story, John Cameron MItchell’s new film opens Friday, June 1 at Cinema 21.
As a priest reckoning with the world’s destruction, Ethan Hawke delivers a career-best performance in Paul Schrader’s powerful return to form. “First Reformed” opens Thursday, May 31 at Regal Fox Tower.
Modern folk luminary Anaïs Mitchell gave a packed Doug Fir crowd something to cling to each other about on Thursday night.
Swedish songsmith Jens Lekman tours his first album in a half-decade — the eclectic and sensual “Life Will See You Now” — to Portland’s Revolutionary Hall this Friday.
Touring a new album that’s draped in longing and his distinct, daring vocals, Hamilton Leithauser comes to Portland’s Star Theater on Jan. 20.
Okkervil River floated into Wonder Ballroom on Friday night, born anew around frontman Will Sheff and the new album “Away.”
Before Chicago’s The Kickback plays Mississippi Studios on Wednesday, we talked with frontman Billy Yost about the band’s Jim Eno-produced debut, what it’s like to have a sibling leave the band, and what on earth an airline does with an exclusive version of one of your songs.
Big Thief played Portland’s Bunk Bar last night, touring a debut album of modest, well-crafted songwriting and landing lightly on its feet.
Touring his new album, “Are You Serious,” Andrew Bird will perform at Portland’s Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall this Wednesday with John Grant.