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Can you make the paper cut?
Can you make the paper cut?

The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts is accepting proposals for workshops on paper and book-arts subjects for the 23rd Newport Paper & Book Arts Festival, which will run from April 20 to 22.

Organizers welcome workshop proposals that...

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Paying a debt to Chet
Paying a debt to Chet

The sounds of iconic jazz great Chet Baker will fill the auditorium of the Lincoln City Cultural Center on Thursday, Aug. 3, as the Dmitri Matheny Group presents “West Coast Cool.”

The concert — part of Matheny’s...

Jazz blows into town
Jazz blows into town

The INHOUSE Jazz series of house concerts will continue this Sunday, July 23, with a performance from Portland pianist and vibraphonist Mike Horsfall alongside Oregon Coast trumpet player extraordinaire John Bringetto.

Horsfall has enjoyed a...

Folk — fresh from the old country
Folk — fresh from the old country

The folk duo Men of Worth will step on stage this Wednesday, July 26, for an evening of traditional and original Celtic music at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

Formed in 1986, Men of Worth combines the talents of Ireland’s James...

Blues and brisket
Blues and brisket

Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and bluesman Randy McAllister will return to the Lincoln City Cultural Center this Saturday, July 22, to play at the second annual Blues Benefit & Barbecue.

The all-ages fund-raiser will see McAllister and...

Get in the loop
Get in the loop

Performers from across the nation will gather in Newport this Saturday, July 22, for the NW LoopFest, a creative showcase of music and technology at Rogues Ales & Spirits.

From 3 to 10 pm, artists from Texas, New York, Arizona will join...

Pull some strings...
Pull some strings...
... and get to the Manzanita Music Festival this weekend
The great Bijou re-do
The great Bijou re-do
Lincoln City’s little gem gets a polish
Showing their colors
Showing their colors

The latest Spotlight Show from Newport’s Yaquina Art Association features work by photographer Kim Cuc Tran, watercolor artist Jeff Bertuleit and jewelry designer Linda Cline.

Kim Cuc Tran was born and raised in Communist Vietnam and...

Didge you know about this?
Didge you know about this?

Didgeridoo master Pamela Mortensen will be the guest artist at the Nye Beach Summer Celebration this Saturday, July 15, adding her distinctive sound to the flutes and drums of the Thunder & Lightness Ensemble.

“Pamela performed with...

This will have you in stitches
This will have you in stitches

Manzanita’s Hoffman Center for the Arts will unveil the second annual Quilt and Fiber Art Show this Friday, July 14, with a public reception from 3 to 5 pm.

The show features pieces by artists who live full or part time in the three...

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Showing their colors

The latest Spotlight Show from Newport’s Yaquina Art Association features work by photographer Kim Cuc Tran, watercolor artist Jeff...

This will have you in stitches

Manzanita’s Hoffman Center for the Arts will unveil the second annual Quilt and Fiber Art Show this Friday, July 14, with a public...

Artists throw a little shade
Some light entertainment
Adrift in masks and fibers

Beach Reads

Fan letter: Waiting for Godzilla
fiction
Who could say no?

Portland author Jamie Duclos-Yourdon will discuss “Turning No to Yes” at the Sunday, June 18, meeting of the Willamette Writers...

Pages for all ages
On the trail of a tale
Poetry in Newport

Coast Culture

Can you make the paper cut?

The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts is accepting proposals for workshops on paper and book-arts subjects for the 23rd Newport Paper & Book...

Oyster shooters

By Steve Sabatka

Ernest Hemingway certainly loved oysters. He ate them in a Paris café back in the 1920s, and wrote of the...

Get in the loop
The great Bijou re-do
Fleet street

In Concert

Diagnosis: music

Portland classical trio Musicorum Medicorum will perform at Newport’s Atonement Lutheran Church on Sunday, July 30, playing pieces by...

Ado be sure to make time for this

One of the Oregon Coast’s most talented musical families will headline a pair of Shakespeare-inspired fund-raising concerts at the Newport...

Paying a debt to Chet
Jazz blows into town
Folk — fresh from the old country

On Stage

Oh, what a night

Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity will grace the big screen in Newport this Friday, July 14, as National Theatre Live...

Dzundza brings clout to ‘Doubt’

Having appeared in films including “The Deer Hunter,” “Basic Instinct” and “Crimson Tide,”

George...

En-gendering a few laughs
Scout out a good drama in Tillamook
Simon says “switch”

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