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Goonies

This Weekend: Goonies 25th Anniversary in Astoria

You might want to start planning your weekend immediately because (some of) the Goonies are having their 25th anniversary in Astoria this Weekend. Corey Feldman is going to be there and he apparently has a Pink Floyd type band that will be playing…can't miss that. From Website: Never Say Die: The Goonies 25th Anniversary Celebration […]

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This Weekend: QDoc @ Clinton Street Theater | Only Queer Documentary Film Festival In The US

This Weekend: QDoc @ Clinton Street Theater | Only Queer Documentary Film Festival In The US

June is Pride Month and Portland's Fourth Annual Queer Documentary Film festival returns this Thursday to Clinton Street Theater. Related: Our Portland Events List From PLGFF Press Release QDoc, the only queer documentary film festival in the US, begins June 3 and runs through June 6 at the Clinton Street Theater. This is the festival's […]

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Just Another Music Monday: Pegasus Dream

Posted by Mike Harper You can't resist the mythological danciness of Pegasus Dream! Halfway between Battles and Of Montreal, these two newcomers are making a bountiful way about town with their bouncy meets heavy pop magic. Having played shows now with Starfucker and other great locals that keep your feet moving, you'd better catch these […]

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Saturday: Rose's Pawn Shop, Fruition, The Villains @ Goodfoot Lounge

Saturday: Rose's Pawn Shop, Fruition, The Villains @ Goodfoot Lounge

From our partners at Goodfoot Lounge With an arsenal of banjos, guitars, mandolin, fiddle, pedal steel, upright bass, and thundering drums, RPS's sound is a wholesome mishmash of creek mud, rusty nails and your mom's cookin'. It's sincere, straight-forward and sexy as ****, effortlessly combining such disparate musical styles as rock, country, bluegrass, and punk […]

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Portland's Last Thursday On Alberta Is Back

Portland's Last Thursday On Alberta Is Back

Last Thursday Alberta Street Portland, Oregon Taken by by dit_tabano It appears the weather will likely not cooperate tomorrow, but it will be 65 and there's always hope that the rain could stop. Either way, the street will be shut down for the first time this year* and many people out selling goods and having […]

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Rose Festival Fireworks

Portland Rose Festival: Free Admission & Fireworks Pictures

–––––––––––––––––––––– Related: 2011 Portland Rose Festival –––––––––––––––––––––– It’s Memorial Day weekend in Portland and that means it’s Rose Festival time. Below are several great pictures from last year’s event. The fireworks are Friday night and there is free admission all day Friday (and free before 4PM Wednesday-Friday during the whole festival). Fireworks start at 10PM. […]

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Kenton Street Fair, Portland, Oregon

Saturday: Kenton Street Fair | 70+ Vendors, 3 Stages

Another weekend in Portland and another street party. This weekend is in Kenton. Their website is a bit low on the details, but they have been reproduced below. The obvious info is that between 10 and 6 on Saturday, there will be a street party and probably a couple thousand people out there. –––––––––––––––––––––– Related: […]

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Portland - Chuck Palahniuk and Ursula K. Le Guin to Speak at Write To Publish 2010

This Weekend: Portland-Area Writers Chuck Palahniuk, Ursula K. Le Guin & More @ Write To Publish

This Write to Publish Conference is this weekend at Portland State. Tickets for the conference are a bit spendy, but only $10 for the Open House day (May 23), which will showcase several Portland-area writers including Chuck Palahniuk. From website: Ooligan Press is excited to announce that award-winning authors Chuck Palahniuk and Ursula K. Le […]

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Oregon Symphony Presents Mahler's Titan May 22 — 24th | Last Concert Of The Season

From our partners at Oregon Symphony It's the Oregon Symphony's last concert of the season and Carlos Kalmar is bringing down the curtain in style with Benjamin Britten's Violin Concerto and Gustav Mahler's most monumental symphonies — "The Titan" Featuring Elina Vähälä on violin. The program includes Lindberg: Purcell Variation Britten: Violin Concerto Mahler: Symphony […]

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Video: Portland Japanese Garden On Travel Channel

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiYTJClPU1A] Portland Japanese Garden August 19, 2009 Description: It's said that the heart of a Japanese garden is harmony with Nature… Hosted by The Travel Channel, this relaxing walk through the Portland Japanese Garden with Head Gardener Michael Kondo covers five distinct garden styles. With bubbling streams, waterfalls, koi fish, raked sands, moss beds, and […]

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Portland Video: 2010 St John's Parade

[vimeo=http://www.vimeo.com/11586594] 2010 St. Johns Parade Video by Brewcaster.com Music: 'So Long' – Locust Avenue myspace.com/locustavenue Related from PDX Pipeline: Portland Video: 2009 St. Johns Parade More Portland Videos here Our Portland Vimeo Group here

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Beethoven Festival Weekend: Oregon Symphony | May 15-17

From our partners at Oregon Symphony The Oregon Symphony is bringing Beethoven back for a one-time-only Beethoven Festival Weekend! It's an all Beethoven all—of—the—time weekend. The astonishing pianist Arnaldo Cohen tackles all five of Beethoven's Piano Concertos — plus the Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello and Piano — in three completely different concerts over three […]

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Portland Weekend Events

Portland Sunday Events: May 9

From the large weekend list compiled by Leigh Feldman & supplemented by Pipeline. We have put events in red (blue = linked!) that we think will be good, well attended, or should be interesting. Reminder: We give out free tickets to our Portland Facebook Group including to many of the top music and art venues […]

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