Bits & Pieces
The Oregon Zoo and Portland General Electric will present the popular free-flying bird show that features lighthearted humor, a conservation theme and gracefully soaring raptors that glide over the top of visitors' heads.
"Take Flight!" takes place 11 a.m.-1 p.m. daily through Sept. 3 (excluding concert days) at the Oregon Zoo, 4001 S.W. Canyon Road. It features Sonora the Harris hawk, which grabs treats straight out of the air; Oshi the toucan showing off his large and colorful bill; and Clyde the turkey vulture representing nature's all-important cleanup crew.
At noon daily, "Scale Tales" offers a chance to meet one of the zoo's boa constrictors.
The seventh book in the Sage Adair historical/fictional mystery series "Slow Burn: A Sage Adair Historical Mystery," by Yamhill Press, will be released June 26 to commemorate the 105th David Campbell memorial service at Portland Firefighters' Memorial Park on West Burnside Street.
Campbell, a Portland fire chief, was killed in 1911 during an oil tank fire on Portland's east side. The book, with Sage Adair as anchor character, features Campbell and firefighters, and a tale of courage and sacrifice interwoven with a story of how Portland's black community addressed growing racism in the post-Reconstruction era.
Author S.L. Stoner discusses her novel Aug. 30 at Powell's on Hawthorne Boulevard
The concert with Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band has been rescheduled for Feb. 2, 2019 at the Moda Center.
It previously was set for Nov. 9, 2017, but had to be rescheduled because of Seger's illness.
All tickets purchased for the 2017 show will be honored for the new 2019 date.
Tickets are $49-$125. For more: www.rosequarter.com.
'The Dating Project'
The documentary came out in April, and now it's available on DVD and digital download from Pure Flix. It examines American culture today as young people try to establish a meaningful relationship with that special someone.
For more: www.TheDatingProjectMovie.com.