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Respect his author-ity
Respect his author-ity

To some it might seem no more than a gaggle of foulmouthed nine-year-olds perpetually bundled in winter garb, but for award-winning author Arthur Bradford, “South Park” is quite the inspiration.

And this Saturday, Feb. 18, Bradford...

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Now this is Arc kind of play
Now this is Arc kind of play

The National Theatre Live in HD series will continue this Friday, Feb. 17, in Newport, with a screening of “Saint Joan,” broadcast in HD from London’s famed Donmar Warehouse.

George Bernard Shaw’s classic play follows...

A regal revelation
A regal revelation

After a weeks-long teaser campaign, Driftwood Public Library has unveiled the book at the heart of the inaugural Lincoln City Reads event.

For two weeks, visitors to the library witnessed the gradual revelation of a promotional poster showing...

Plot a course to Tillamook
Plot a course to Tillamook

Life imitates art with fatal consequences this Friday, Feb. 17, as the curtain goes up on “A Sting in the Tale,” the latest production from the Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts.

Written by Brian Clemens and Dennis...

Tu-tu much fun
Tu-tu much fun

The Lincoln City Cultural Center will be raising the barre for dance lovers of all ages this Saturday, Feb. 18, when it presents a special afternoon with The Portland Ballet.

The program, presented by the group’s most advanced,...

Arts collide, in “Kaleidoscope”
Arts collide, in “Kaleidoscope”

Abstracted works inspired by the natural world will be on display at Lincoln City’s Chessman Gallery this Friday, Feb. 10, when it unveils “Kaleidoscope: Patterns of Land, Ocean, Sun, and Sky.”

The joint exhibit, featuring...

Reading in the rain
Reading in the rain

Readers throughout the Newport area will be cracking open copies of “The Art of Racing in the Rain” this winter as the community gears up for its 12th annual Newport Reads! event.

Hosted by the Newport Library Foundation, the...

Time to log another “I do”
Time to log another “I do”

The Little Log Church and Museum in Yachats will present its annual Ceremony of Renewal and Commitment this Valentine’s Day, Tuesday, Feb. 14.

Claim asylum, in Nehalem
Claim asylum, in Nehalem

Nehalem’s Riverbend Players will kick off their 2017 season this weekend when the curtain goes up on “The Curious Savage,” by John Patrick.

The heartwarming comedy chronicles the adventures of Mrs. Ethel P. Savage, whose...

Affection meets confection
Affection meets confection

The lobby of Oregon Coast Community College’s Newport campus will be transformed into a romantic Hearts and Flowers setting this Saturday, Feb. 11, as PFLAG hosts its annual “Love is Love” Valentine party.

The party will...

Lots of authors to Tues from

Waldport’s Tuesday Writers group will read from an anthology of their best poetry, fiction and memoirs in a presentation at the Yachats Commons this Saturday, Feb. 11.

Prize-winning writers Ruth F. Harrison, Shirley Plummer, Sandra Mason,...

Artsy

Needle little art?

Watercolors by Yachats artist Carol Summers are on display in the latest Artisan Spotlight at the Yaquina Art Association Gallery in...

Arts collide, in “Kaleidoscope”

Abstracted works inspired by the natural world will be on display at Lincoln City’s Chessman Gallery this Friday, Feb. 10, when it unveils...

Botany free time this Friday?
First Weekend
Pushing the boundaries

Beach Reads

Respect his author-ity

To some it might seem no more than a gaggle of foulmouthed nine-year-olds perpetually bundled in winter garb, but for award-winning author Arthur...

A regal revelation

After a weeks-long teaser campaign, Driftwood Public Library has unveiled the book at the heart of the inaugural Lincoln City Reads...

Reading in the rain
Lots of authors to Tues from
Get what you’re ode, in Manzanita

Coast Culture

Now this is Arc kind of play

The National Theatre Live in HD series will continue this Friday, Feb. 17, in Newport, with a screening of “Saint Joan,” broadcast...

Tu-tu much fun

The Lincoln City Cultural Center will be raising the barre for dance lovers of all ages this Saturday, Feb. 18, when it presents a special...

Time to log another “I do”
Affection meets confection
Sail of the century

In Concert

A hole lot of music

Music from the medieval to the contemporary will be on offer in a pair of upcoming concerts from the Oregon Coast Recorder Society in Newport and...

Daimh! That sounds good.

We love a nice visual pun here at TODAY Towers. But any Gaelic speakers reading this will know full well that “daimh” is actually...

Marley happy returns
Off grid and on stage
Warm up to Winterfest

On Stage

Make a change, with “Funny Money”

The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts will hold auditions for its next production, “Funny Money,” on Friday and...

Plot a course to Tillamook

Life imitates art with fatal consequences this Friday, Feb. 17, as the curtain goes up on “A Sting in the Tale,” the latest...

Claim asylum, in Nehalem
More bang for your buck
She’s no pipsqueak

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