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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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Pie in your eye as far as you can see
Pie in your eye as far as you can see
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Focus on film
Focus on film

Short films created by students at Newport High School will be screened at the Newport Visual Arts Center throughout June in an exhibit entitled “Just Imagine.”

Thirteen films developed by 24 students will be shown continuously on...

On the trail of a tale
On the trail of a tale

Master storyteller Doug Force will portray mountain man and trapper William Ketchem in a historical storytelling session at the Lincoln City Cultural Center this Sunday, June 11.

Appearing in costume, Force will reflect on the life and...

Play snap, at Newport photo exhibit
Play snap, at Newport photo exhibit

The changing face of Newport is on display in a new exhibit at the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center, with photographs from the mid-20th Century shown alongside images reflecting how the town looks today.

“Then & Now” features...

Catch a load of this
Catch a load of this

The latest exhibit at Newport’s Pacific Maritime Heritage Center aims to tell the story of the region’s commercial fisheries — and offer a glimpse at the future of this crucial industry.

“Our Beautiful and Wild Oregon...

Sit for a spell, at “The Magic Flute”
Sit for a spell, at “The Magic Flute”

Time is running out to join Tamino and Papageno on their quest through the Realm of the Sun and the Realm of the Moon, as the Pacific Dance Ensemble’s production of “The Magic Flute” concludes this weekend in Newport.

This...

Paint the town pink
Paint the town pink

Guests at the Pink Nail Polish Gala this Saturday, May 20, will get to enjoy music, art and culinary delights while also raising funds to help Neighbors for Kids provide local special needs education.

Held at the Freed Gallery, the elegant...

Ain’t just whistling pixie
Ain’t just whistling pixie
Lincoln City is serious about celebrating its pixie-packed past