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Art in the spotlight
Art in the spotlight

There is still a chance to see the jewelry and paintings of Oregon Coast artist Ann Nicholson, which are on display through Sunday, Nov. 18, in the latest Spotlight Show from Newport’s Yaquina Art Association.

Nicholson will be displaying...

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Roll up for marijuana book launch
Roll up for marijuana book launch

Newport author Michael Clark will recount his experiences working in the Northern California medical marijuana industry this Sunday, Nov. 18, at a launch party for his first book “The Quiet Blossom.”

The nonfiction work is a...

A band aid solution
A band aid solution

Music education in Lincoln City schools will soon benefit from the fund-raising efforts of a newly formed nonprofit, Music is Instrumental.

The group, chaired by former Siletz Bay Music Festival Executive Director Mark Sanders, aims to continue...

A pow-erful evening
A pow-erful evening

All are welcome on Saturday, Nov. 17, as the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians holds its annual Restoration Pow-Wow at Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City.

This free event begins with a grand entry at 6 pm. American Indian vendors...

Hey, Bud: Porthole Players deck the stage with bows and Holly
Hey, Bud: Porthole Players deck the stage with bows and Holly

By Barbara B. Covell

For the TODAY

Here is the story of the great Buddy Holly, the charming everyman who electrified the ’50s with his own brand of rockabilly rhythms.

“Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story” is told by...

Look for a book in ’Mook
Look for a book in ’Mook

The Tillamook County Pioneer Museum will host its second annual Mook Book Fair this Saturday, Nov. 17, showcasing local authors and those who write about the North Oregon Coast.

“We have invited even more local authors this year,”...

Artist of the month
Artist of the month

Photographer Rosemary Wood-Hemm is the featured artist at Lincoln City’s Beachstone Gallery throughout November, showcasing a mix of photographs and mosaic work.

Born in Yorkshire, England, Wood-Hemm moved to Boston in the 1980s, then on...

Art in the spotlight
Art in the spotlight

The latest Spotlight Show from Newport’s Yaquina Art Association will feature glass art by Marsha Christian alongside watercolors by JoAnn Campbell.

Marsha Christian has worked with stained glass for about 35 years. Her interest began...

Enjoy a knight at the theater
Enjoy a knight at the theater

Sir Ian McKellen is the kind of actor who can captivate viewers even when asked to act for hours in front of green screens and perform alongside computer generated goblins.

So, imagine what this benighted thespian can accomplish when given...

Color us glad it’s opera season
Color us glad it’s opera season

The 13th season of The Met: Live in HD, will continue this Saturday, Nov. 10, with a screening of “Marnie,” the second new opera created for the Metropolitan Opera by composer Nico Muhly.

Conducted by Robert Spano, this gripping...

Writing in the present tens
Writing in the present tens

The Manzanita Writers’ Series will celebrate 10 years of promoting the North Coast literary scene with a party on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Hoffman Center for the Arts.

The evening will recognize all the local writers, and those with a...

Artsy

Art in the spotlight

There is still a chance to see the jewelry and paintings of Oregon Coast artist Ann Nicholson, which are on display through Sunday, Nov. 18, in...

The call for purple

Manzanita’s Hoffman Center for the Arts is inviting artists to submit works in all mediums for its annual color show: Purple...

Artist of the month
Art in the spotlight
A first look at ‘Second Chances’

Beach Reads

Roll up for marijuana book launch

Newport author Michael Clark will recount his experiences working in the Northern California medical marijuana industry this Sunday, Nov. 18, at a...

Look for a book in ’Mook

The Tillamook County Pioneer Museum will host its second annual Mook Book Fair this Saturday, Nov. 17, showcasing local authors and those who...

Writing in the present tens
Poetry and ocean
A writer who raises the bar

Coast Culture

A limited-run screening

The Manzanita Film Series will continue this Friday, Nov. 16, with a screening of “Kicking Bird,” a feature film written and...

A band aid solution

Music education in Lincoln City schools will soon benefit from the fund-raising efforts of a newly formed nonprofit, Music is...

A pow-erful evening
Enjoy a knight at the theater
Color us glad it’s opera season

In Concert

Immigrant songs

The Oregon Coast Chamber Orchestra will open its 2018-19 concert season this Friday, Nov. 16, with a program featuring works by immigrants to...

Full Marx, in Manzanita

The R.J. Marx Quartet will return to Manzanita for another evening of classic jazz this Saturday, Nov. 10, following up on their full house...

String theory
Go overboard at this Boston three party
A real highbrow evening

On Stage

Hey, Bud: Porthole Players deck the stage with bows and Holly

By Barbara B. Covell

For the TODAY

Here is the story of the great Buddy Holly, the charming everyman who electrified the ’50s...

It’d be a tragedy to miss it

Registration is now open for the Shakespeare by the Bay theater course, which will return to the Bay City Arts Center on Saturday, Nov.

Thirsty for theater?
Theatre West is right on time, with ‘Better Late’
Unearth a great show

Soundwaves

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