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.
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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.
For almost 30 years, Laurelthirst Public House has been building a sense of community centered around folk, bluegrass and Americana music in Portland. It’s got the spotlight in this month’s Know Your Venue feature.
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.”
This month’s featured venue is Club 21, one of Sandy Boulevard’s most cherished dive bars. Read on for more on its history, menu and free punk shows.
This month’s Know Your Venue edition features The Hawthorne Theatre and its century-long journey from Masonic Lodge to eclectic, and often all-ages, venue.
No one quite recalls how The Know got its name, but it’s certainly earned its decade-long reputation as a scrappy, DIY venue on Alberta Street.
In this month’s Know Your Venue: This year marks the 10th anniversary for the sophisticated, yet rustic Rontoms.