Events Calendar Nov. 27–Dec. 3

Tuesday Nov. 27 Art “Never Was A Thing” Elizabeth Leach Gallery 10:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Free Isaac Layman’s “photographic constructions” focus on immediate environments and will be on display at the...

‘Red Dead’ disappointment

Rockstar Games disappoints once again. While sales for Red Dead Redemption II hit the $725 million mark within three days of its release, the...

Portland’s other independent bookstores

Annie Bloom’s Books: 7834 SW Capitol Hwy., annieblooms.com This shop in Multnomah Village, which opened in 1978, is quaint but not in a...

The world’s nicest man

You wouldn’t expect the World’s Nicest Man to turn up at an obscure literary event. At the Portland Book Festival, on the other hand,...

Events Calendar Nov. 20 through 26

Tuesday Nov. 20 Art “Factitious Matter” Eutectic Gallery 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Free Visit the Eutectic Gallery for a viewing of new sculptural works exploring overarching themes of banality and everyday...

Shadow of Demons: from Africa to Afru Gallery

In a nondescript industrial building in Buckman, demons, flesh-eating beasts and frightening human faces cover the walls, painted in vibrant colors on canvases made...

A Mercurial muse

The emotional new biopic on the late Freddie Mercury (played by Rami Malek), Bohemian Rhapsody, is a little hard to pin down and isolate...

Events Calendar Nov. 13–19

Tuesday Nov. 13 Art “Never Was A Thing” Elizabeth Leach Gallery 10:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Free Isaac Layman’s “photographic constructions” focuses on immediate environments and will be on display at the...

Pass the Tofurky

Most Americans have turkey on their brains come November, but consuming mass-produced turkey often comes with unfavorable side effects. Founder of Tofurky Seth Tibbott...

Book cosmopolis

The Portland Book Festival, formerly known as Wordstock, returns Nov. 10 to Portland Art Museum and surrounding venues with 157 authors and presenters appearing...

Eliminating World Languages

Former Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Karen Marrongelle issued a proposal in August 2017 to eliminate language programs in Ancient...

News

Hill to Hall Dec. 1–7

Arts & Culture

Book pedalers

Laura Moulton stood in front of the art museum next to a cargo bike stuffed with books last month at the Portland...

Events Calendar Dec. 11–17

Events Calendar Dec. 4–10

Opinion

Does captivity kill?

The logic used to justify elephant captivity and breeding in zoos is no longer appropriate. It’s time to rethink what living in...