Art+Culture

Bibliophile: Put Down the Remote

Carl Adamshick admits that he isn’t the best at interviews. He’s a poet, belonging to a camp of non-rambling words.…

3 years ago

Becoming Comfortable in Her Own Skin

Barre3 is a combination of yoga, Pilates and ballet barre exercises. Now, there are more than 100 studios franchised around…

3 years ago

People Experiencing Homelessness

1859 visited Transition Projects in Multnomah County to get to know some of the people experiencing homelessness in Oregon.

3 years ago

The Luminous, Private World of Christopher Burkett

Large-format photographer Christopher Burkett prints only on Cibachrome, an expensive material that preserves photographs for up to 500 years.

3 years ago

Old and New Songs About Our Beloved Oregon

From Johnny Cash to Sufjan Stevens, many songwriters have been inspired by the state of Oregon.

3 years ago

Reserve Your Campsite for the Total Solar Eclipse

Starting on Thursday, November 17, campsites in the eclipse’s “path of totality” will open for reservation—and they’re predicted to fill…

3 years ago

MOsley WOtta

Jason Graham created his stage name, MOsley WOtta (a.k.a., MO WO), from the idea that every human is made mostly…

3 years ago

Celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau in Portland

The tradition of Beaujolais Nouveau originated in the Beaujolais region of France and is now celebrated around the world on…

3 years ago

Sky’s the Limit

Hazel Lee, a Second World War aviatrix who grew up in Portland, was the first licensed Chinese-American woman pilot in…

3 years ago

A Weekend of Art and Stormy Weather

Art (and rain) took the city of Cannon Beach by storm last weekend at the Stormy Weather Arts Festival.

3 years ago