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Welcome Trixie Pop! Dennise and DJ EQueen are psyched to keep you company with fabulous local music on this foggy, rainy Portland winter day.

Twin Peaks is returning to television, just as Laura Palmer promised. Showtime will run nine new … Continue Reading

Featuring local music and interviews with Portland musicians and cultural innovators, Trixie Pop is the place to bring your ears, brain, and heart every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Help Portland Radio Projects’s smart, local, friendly attitude reach … Continue Reading

Featuring local music and interviews with Portland musicians and cultural innovators, Trixie Pop is the place to bring your ears, brain, and heart every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

This week’s show includes a range of great music … Continue Reading

On December 31, 2014, an event that’s forecast to rival the celebration in Times Square is planned for Portland’s Sentinel Hotel (formerly The Governor).

A Pacific Standard Time “Hello 2015” gala will feature dinner, dancing, cocktails and musical performances by

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Those who have participated in the past know how moving this performance can be.  And after a few years off the radar, you can now join a “Sing Your Own Messiah” ensemble.

The North Clackamas Community Choir (led … Continue Reading

The Aladdin Theater was full of lucky concertgoers Thursday night. They enjoyed three great acts, all of which showcased individual styles. Additionally, there was a great deal of collaboration between various acts, making for a dynamic and unique show.

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Helping others is one of life’s most important aspects today. Our days can get pretty hectic if we just stay in our own little world, not seeing what’s truly needed by others living around us: a single mom in need … Continue Reading

Kindness is a self-renewing commodity. The more you use it the more you have to give. Todd Edwards of the Ole Latte Coffee food carts in Portland has taken this idea to heart and made it his mission to spread Continue Reading

The first thing that strikes you about Portland’s Junebugs is that the name fits.  Not that bugs are generally whimsical, but a junebug is, honestly, one of your less threatening insects. It comes with more of a “Hey, watch them … Continue Reading

After joining Amber Sweeney live in-studio at PRP.FM Monday at 12:30 p.m., four Northwest singer/songwriters are playing the Blue Room Bar, Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m.

Amber Sweeney is an accomplished soul/rock singer, songwriter, and recording artist who recently … Continue Reading

What would the holidays be without the Portland Revels?

Travel back in time with the Portland Revels, as they’re transported by the whims of a bored teenager to 17th century England and prisoners of the Tower of London. You’ll meet … Continue Reading

Good Morning!

After a few cold dry days, the rain has moved in leading to frosty conditions in outlying areas around Portland – especially the Columbia Gorge, where the threat of freezing rain has many school districts opening late.

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Beers with names such as Old Saint Chongo, Cranberry de Table and HOLLA-Day Ale will be in the Rose City December 3rd through December 7th to help Portlanders celebrate the beginning of the holiday season at the annual Holiday Ale Continue Reading

Portland author Brian Yaeger has put his masters degree in professional writing from USC (thesis; beer) to good use. He’s made a career of writing about beer and breweries. He also writes about food, travel and music but, primarily about … Continue Reading

He’s heard comparisons to author J.K. Rowling, and Wilsonville author C.W. Trisef agrees his books share magical elements with the “Harry Potter” stories. But Trisef’s “Oracle” series distinguishes itself by combining fantasy with real-life mysteries, geography and history.

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The media has been buzzing with news of Taylor Swift’s, and now Jason Aldean’s, removal of their catalogues from the widely popular streaming site Spotify. There’s been a lot of chatter, some valuable but most of it white noise from … Continue Reading

Michele Van Kleef joins Robert to fill us in on her past summer, and now, fall and holidays plans. And the 3rd Annual Sing to Feed concert, just ahead of Thanksgiving.

Sing to Feed Concert Details

sing-to-feed-artThe third annual Sing … Continue Reading

“I don’t know how he does it!” is a common reaction from those who visit the sushiLOVE food cart. This oft-repeated exclamation is typically heard once patrons experience the amazing flavors and textures that comprise sushiLOVE’s vegan victuals. Yes, … Continue Reading

We met Bri and Drew last June. So much has happened since then. Band on the run. Plans being hatched. This morning?  Catching up with the mind-filled lives of Pretend Sweethearts. And their next journey.

Taking Refuge in Adventure

Pretend Sweethearts

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Calling your establishment a Cajun restaurant means y’all must do more than offer spicy food and blackened meat. Serving food that is truly authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine, requires y’alls ingredients must come from Louisiana and not just any part … Continue Reading