Portlandia

What’s Cookin’? Time to assemble the pickling ingredients because soon Farmer’s Markets will reopen and we’ll spring forward into daylight. But until then, loads of charm for these last dark days of winter.

Pickle This

Portlandia Season 4 returns Thursdays at 10 p.m. on IFC. The new 10-episode season of the sketch comedy show created by Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein and Jonathan Krisel, features some familiar faces such as Mayor Kyle MacLachlan, Jeff Goldblum, Ed Begley Jr., Steve Buscemi, Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent), Kumail Nanjiani, cult leader Jason Sudeikis and director Gus Van Sant.

Plus look for new guest stars like Olivia Wilde, Kirsten Dunst, Maya Rudolph, Jello Biafra, Paul Allen and many more. NO IFC? Watch for free Thursday nights at the Goodfoot or The East Burn.
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Last Friday of the Month

Free Museum general admission and $5 admission to Venice: The Golden Age of Art and Music from 5 to 8 p.m.


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Laissez les bons Temp Rouler

Mardi Gras Ball is Saturday, Mar. 1 at the Bossanova Ballroom.

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Ruckus in the Lobby

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The interactive theatre performances for children will be produced by Traveling Lantern and performed every Sunday morning at 11:00 am. These family friendly performances will run approximately 45 minutes and include a Q&A with the cast afterward. Tickets are only $5 for all who attend over 5 years old, and can be purchased at the door or at www.artistsrep.org.
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Looking Ahead to Next Week…

Heads up for an incredibly special release party. Former Dharma Bum Jeremy Wilson  is releasing his first full-length solo album. It’ll be a full performance of the entire album, “Empty Through Empty Space” and with a stellar cast of players, well, you will want to get tickets ahead of time, for the Doug Fir show on March 8. Don’t get left out!!

Enjoy a conversation with Jeremy about  the songwriting process, the huge difference between digital and analog styles of recording. One of them is really better if you are looking to lay down a vibe in the studio, and as always, the talk turns to “What’s next”” Both for Jeremy as musician and for The Jeremy Wilson Foundation.

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