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You’ll be cross if you miss it
You’ll be cross if you miss it

Musical avenues including jazz guitar, Spanish flamenco, Brazilian bossa nova and West African polyrhythms will beckon to guests at the Lincoln City Cultural Center this Saturday, Sept. 29, in a performance from the newly formed trio Caminhos...

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Ladies night, in Newport
Ladies night, in Newport

Homegrown cabaret sensation Lady Rizo will return to Newport this Friday, Sept. 28, for an evening of music composed by some of the world’s most famous female artists.

“Lady, Lady, Lady” promises to be a raucous night of...

A sound diagnosis
A sound diagnosis

Portland classical trio Musicorum Medicorum will fill the sanctuary of Newport’s Atonement Lutheran Church with music by Beethoven, Haydn and Brahms this Saturday, July 29.

The group, made up of Rebecca Reese on cello, Andrew Bonner on...

Music with a little bite
Music with a little bite

Snap up your tickets now, Kate & the Crocodiles are returning to Nehalem this Saturday, Sept. 29, to present “L’Alchemie Musical” — a luscious evening of art and song featuring a fresh twist on classical and...

Get what you’re Ode as Newport Symphony Orchestra breaks out the Beethoven
Get what you’re Ode as Newport Symphony Orchestra breaks out the Beethoven

By Barbara B. Covell

For the TODAY

It was September 1989 when the Yaquina Chamber Orchestra was founded by a dedicated group of musicians and creative artists in Newport. With a mission to enhance the quality of life in Oregon’s...

The leaves are turning as readers check in for Dark & Stormy Nights
The leaves are turning as readers check in for Dark & Stormy Nights

The unmistakable chill in the air means fall is on the way, and with it another celebration of the thrill that accompanies curling up on a foul night with a good book.

Now in its 15th year, the Dark & Stormy Night series brings mystery...

Let the hunger games begin at Crave the Coast
Let the hunger games begin at Crave the Coast

By Ann Powers


For the TODAY


Julia Child once said, “People who love to eat are always the best people.”

Parental discretion: ill-advised
Parental discretion: ill-advised

Parents might try not to recognize themselves in “God of Carnage,” the latest offering from The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts.

Written in French by Yasmina Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton, “God of...

Teachers take a bow, in Newport
Teachers take a bow, in Newport

Music from the 1600s through the 20th Century will be on offer in Newport this Sunday, Sept. 23, as the Lincoln County District of the Oregon Music Teachers Association hosts its fall benefit concert.

The program features works from the greatest...

Take two

Porthole Players is offering another chance to try out for a role in the holiday opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” with auditions set to take place on Sunday, Sept. 30, in Newport.

The one-act sung play tells the story of an...

Slow down, with Art Accelerated

Art will be tucked in among jewelry, fashions, flowers, yarn, vintage items and even bird nests in downtown Tillamook this Saturday, Sept. 22, as the Saturday Art Walk gets underway.

Hosted by the nonprofit Art Accelerated Gallery and the...

Artsy

In the frame

There is still time to see works from Steve Rutherford, the featured artist for September at Artists’ Studio Association’s...

Slow down, with Art Accelerated

Art will be tucked in among jewelry, fashions, flowers, yarn, vintage items and even bird nests in downtown Tillamook this Saturday, Sept. 22, as...

Flock to the Casbah
Support the arts, in Toledo
Art in the spotlight

Beach Reads

The leaves are turning as readers check in for Dark & Stormy Nights

The unmistakable chill in the air means fall is on the way, and with it another celebration of the thrill that accompanies curling up on a foul...

A chilling cold case

The case was closed, but for journalist Nancy Rommelmann the mystery remained — what made a mother want to murder her own children?...

Making history
Ode to a tumor
An in-convent truth

Coast Culture

Sit down and lift off, in Manzanita

Manzanita will be the site of a star-studded movie premiere this Friday, Sept. 28, as the Hoffman Center for the Arts hosts a screening of...

Let the hunger games begin at Crave the Coast

By Ann Powers


For the TODAY


Julia Child once said, “People who love to eat are always the best people.”

When it comes to honoring veterans, Lincoln City is in pole position
It’s screening cats and dogs
Best fishes, from Westwind

In Concert

You’ll be cross if you miss it

Musical avenues including jazz guitar, Spanish flamenco, Brazilian bossa nova and West African polyrhythms will beckon to guests at the Lincoln...

Get a line on some Celtic music

Scottish five-piece Heron Valley will visit the Oregon Coast on Thursday, Oct. 4, to kick off the Lincoln City Cultural Center’s new Celtic...

Ladies night, in Newport
A sound diagnosis
Music with a little bite

On Stage

Parental discretion: ill-advised

Parents might try not to recognize themselves in “God of Carnage,” the latest offering from The Tillamook Association for the...

Take two

Porthole Players is offering another chance to try out for a role in the holiday opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” with...

Why see this play? Because we said so.
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From New York to Nehalem

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