People of Providence – Meet Robert F. (Bob) Dwyer Jr.

Portland Tribune - Features
SUGGESTED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

Pride of Portland headed to St. Louis for competition

Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment
Chorus, quartets to share performances for international competition for Sweet Adelines International

Uncover the magic of the quilting world

Portland Tribune - Features
The Northwest Quilting Expo kicks off this Thursday, Sept. 27, for a three day event at the Portland Expo Center

People of Providence - Meet Lori Bergen, RN and Chief…

Portland Tribune - Features
SUGGESTED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

Fiesta en el Parque makes its debut Aug. 19

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Parks District's newest celebration will include food, music, more at Evelyn M. Schiffler Memorial Park.

Keep on truckin'

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Parks district gets ready for its 20th annual Big Truck Day on Saturday, Aug. 4.

'Guys and Dolls' hits Tigard stage

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Broadway Rose presents glitzy Broadway musical-comedy classic on stage in August.

Treasures from trash

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Washington County Museum is celebrating the Victorian-era inspired fantasy genre.

Picking a career in (Leftover) Salmon

Portland Tribune - Features
Leftover Salmon frontman Vince Herman defies family expectations for long-running career in music

Enter our Fall Sportsman Photo Contest

Hillsboro Tribune - Features
Enter your outdoor photos for a chance to win a Traeger portable wood pellet grill from Van Dyke Appliances

It's Festival of the Arts weekend in Lake Oswego!

The Times - Features
Here's everything you need to know for taking part in three days of art, theater, music and more

Portland roots musicians head west for Wanderfest

Portland Tribune - Features
Camp, cavort, commune as more than a dozen acts perform at Dundee Lodge near Gaston this weekend

'Mamma Mia!' star recalls Broadway performances

Regal Courier - News
Peggy Taphorn, 'one of the lucky ones' in the theater world, will soon grace a Tigard stage.

Ramadan begins Tuesday

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Islam's holy month runs through June 14, with Muslims throughout the world fasting from dawn to sunset.

MET celebrates silver anniversary

Hillsboro Tribune - Features
The Muslim Educational Trust will celebrate its 25th anniversary Saturday, May 12

En Pointe

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Students from Washington County are set to take the stage The Portland Ballet presentation of 'Current/Classic.'

Coming home to Patsy Cline

Regal Courier - News
Broadway Rose veteran performer Sara Catherine Wheatley returns to Oregon to reprise a favorite role.

Culture & Community

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A list of events happening throughout our region, with a emphasis on Easter weekend.

W2D to hear from endorsed candidates

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
The Willamette Women Democrats will hold its monthly meeting April 12 at Celebrate Conference Center.

Lady golfers will kick off the season April 4

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
Interested women of all skill levels invited to attend a breakfast to learn about group

Governor candidate Buehler to meet with GOP women

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
Lake Oswego Republican Women will hold their monthly luncheon meeting March 20 at 11:30 a.m. All are invited to attend.

Marylhurst hosting wine talk, tasting Wednesday night

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
Marylhurst University will host a wine talk and tasting March 7 starting at 6:30 p.m. in Flavia Salon on campus. Guest speaker will be Barbara Smith…

Masons honor Daniel Bush for his dedicated service

The Times - News
Bush was honored Wednesday at the Tigard-Orenomah Lodge No. 207 on Pacific Highway near Gaarde Street.

St. Anthony's School seeks auction donations

The Times - News
The school is seeking such items as a new car or boat, resort vacations and restaurant chef experiences.

Grand plans at The Garages

The Times - Features
A local business owner is bringing live music - and a whole lot more - back to Beaverton.

Q&A with Cynthia Whitcomb

The Times - Features
The local writer penned Lakewood's latest play, and has written nearly 30 screenplays.

Competition seeks art for sidewalks

The Times - Features
Three partnering organizations want the environmental artworks for Tigard and Hillsboro.

Cultural Trust brings road show to Beaverton

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Organizations that could be eligible for grants are encouraged to attend Feb. 8 event.

Art on Broadway seeks new talent

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Membership in artists collective includes working occassionally at the gallery.

A seasonal feast at the Beaverton Farmers Market

The Times - Features
The area's largest farmers market is gearing up for the opening of its winter market.

Out & About: Friday, Jan. 26 to Thursday, Feb. 1

The Times - Features
A roundup of plays and other cultural events in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Culture & Community: Curious George takes stage

The Times - Features
Also: Film screening explores race and winemaking; County museum receives five grants for education.

Beaverton church to host centering prayer workshop

The Times - Features
St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Beaverton will host a centering prayer introductory workshop.

Out & About: Friday, Jan. 19 to Thursday, Jan. 15

The Times - Features
A roundup of plays, cultual events and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Mask & Mirror presents 'The Receptionist'

The Times - Features
This show is the first 'unMasked' production of Tualatin theater company's seventh season.

CHARACTER ACTOR

The Times - Features
A Broadway Rose musical star plays 10 roles in one show, relying on impeccable acting chops to pull it off.

Culture & Community: volunteer fair, emergency preparedness…

The Times - Features
Also: The city of Beaverton seeks performers for its 2018 Ten Tiny Dances event.

Jewish community center to host annual biz breakfast

The Times - Features
The topic of discussion will be 'Building Bridges between Oregon and Israel.'

Art on Broadway embraces change

The Times - Features
Twenty-two artists submitted pieces for a group show at the Beaverton gallery.

Out & About: Friday, Jan. 12 to Thursday, Jan. 18

The Times - Features
A roundup of theater, concerts and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Culture & Community: Tigard tap house seeks dog…

The Times - Features
Also: Mediation training open to the public; Garden Home Library hosts a maker's lab.

Tryon Farm stays true to its mission

The Times - Features
Experiment in urban sustainable living largely succeeds, now stresses sharing.

Culture in the county for 2018

The Times - Features
Local organizations received grant funding from the Cultural Coalition of Washington County for 2018.

PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS OF 2017

The Times - Features
Our favorite arts, culture and human interest stories in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin from 2017.

Beaverton observes human rights anniversary

The Times - Features
The city's Human Rights Advisory Committee dedicated a display to an historic U.N. declaration.

Beaverton Arts Foundation offers student scholarship

The Times - Features
Also: Oregon Children's Theatre to premier new musical, 'Pete the Cat,' in January.

OUT & ABOUT: Friday, Dec. 22 to Thursday, Dec. 28

The Times - Features
Plays, library events and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Religion Notes: 'There is hope' at Tualatin church

The Times - Features
A roundup of religious news and events in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Fired-up flavor in Beaverton

The Times - Features
Food trucker Brett Tuft recently opened a wood-fired pizza joint in downtown Beaverton.

Tidings of 'Martians' at the Joy

The Times - Features
Tigard's Joy Cinema and Pub will host an offbeat holiday screening and sing-along Friday.

Hillsdale remains Jewish center despite changes

The Times - Features
The Jewish community is spreading out across Portland, but Hillsdale is still a central enclave.

Portland Ballet to hold auditions, free class

The Times - Features
The Portland Ballet draws from all over the Portland area, and is looking for new students.

Out & About: Friday, Dec. 15 to Thursday, Dec. 21

The Times - Features
Plays, concerts and more this week in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood

Crafting with care at Tualatin Public Library

The Times - Features
Crafters created warm scarves and more for homeless people; the event repeats Thursday, Dec. 14.

Beaverton City Library to host second NYE bash

The Times - Features
It's 'not your traditional chicken dinner,' says the library's director about the fundraiser.

'Tis the season to volunteer in Washington County

The Times - Features
Hands On Greater Portland connects volunteers to opportunities; the holidays are a busy time for volunteering.

Tigard business seeks donations for homeless

The Times - Features
Also: Tigard Public Library holds mitten drive; Sunset grad returns for concert; Big Horn Brass has holiday show.

Out & About: Friday, Dec. 8 to Thursday, Dec. 14

The Times - Features
A roundup of plays, community events and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Aurora, Ore. presents annual wine and chocolate walk

The Times - Features
Also in Community & Culture: Portland Youth Philharmonic to perform concert day after Christmas.

Beaverton artist goes between 'Two Worlds'

The Times - Features
Irina Boboia created a multimedia project about the immigrant and refugee experience.

Out & About: Friday, Dec. 1 to Thursday, Dec. 7

The Times - Features
A roundup of plays, concerts, library events and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Beaverton choir striking new notes

The Times - Features
ISing will put a 'Japanese twist' on its annual holiday concert this weekend.

Real or illusion? OMSI blurs lines

The Times - Features
A new exhibit exploring the art and science of perception is now open at the Portland museum.

Out & About: Friday, Nov. 24 to Thursday, Nov. 30

The Times - Features
Here's your weekly roundup of plays, book readings and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Broadway Rose actress takes round-about route home

The Times - Features
After growing up in Lake Oswego, Malia Tippets worked across the U.S. and in Japan before appearing in shows back in the metro area.

Tigard, Tualatin Mattress Firms seeking gifts for…

The Times - Features
Also: Families sing together at Garden Home Library; Ancestry puts out winter ale.

Religion Notes: Rolling Hills hosts Christmas…

The Times - Features
Also: Encore, a local women's vocal ensemble, will perform two holiday shows.

Ari Shapiro brings songs, stories to town

The Times - Features
The National Public Radio journalist and Beaverton High School graduate will perform in Portland.

Culture & Community: Local wineries open…

The Times - Features
Also: Tigard holds leaf and canned food drive; Nashville songwriter returns to Hillsboro.

Our & About: Friday, Nov. 17 to Thursday, Nov. 23

The Times - Features
A weekly roundup of plays, concerts and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Ballet bonds Beaverton family

The Times - Features
Ariana Davis will star in the Portland Ballet's Thanksgiving show - with the help of her parents.

Oregon's 'Bird Man' sets new record

The Times - Features
Noah Strycker completes his world quest to spot the most feathered friends in one year.

Out & About: Friday, Nov. 10 to Thursday, Nov. 16

The Times - Features
Plays, concerts, library events and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

MET to host discussion on historic agreement

The Times - Features
The Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916 will be the topic of discussion this Sunday.

Portland Youth Philharmonic kicks off 94th season

The Times - Features
PYP plays Beethoven's 5th, and Beaverton Orchestra performs a preview show.

Beaverton native takes top prize at medical…

The Times - Features
Josef Scheidt is a Valley Catholic graduate and current freshman at Case Western Reserve University.

Love of singing spurs senior theater performers

The Times - Features
Northwest Senior Theatre provides a showcase for talented seniors to shine on a local stage.

Traditional Indian dance comes to Beaverton

The Times - Features
Jayanthi Raman's production celebrates the persistence of hummingbirds and artists.

Let's start cramming for Wordstock

The Times - Features
The lineup of authors is about a mile long for the Pacific Northwest's biggest book celebration.

Out & About: Friday, Nov. 3 to Thursday, Nov. 9

The Times - Features
A roundup of library events, plays, concerts and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Living Here Briefs: Beaverton Library hosts Teen…

The Times - Features
Tualatin Library will hold a used book sale, and the Beaverton Library will host an art show.

Beaverton church hosts scholarly discourse on…

The Times - Features
'Jesus Seminar on the Road' connects early Christianity and today's political resistance.

Say 'boo!' to your favorite haunts

The Times - Features
Scare up Halloween fun at these spooky houses and corn mazes across the Portland area.

'Halloweentown' still casting its spell

The Times - Features
Appearances from 'Halloweentown' actors drew thousands to St. Helens for a weekend of events.

Religion Notes: Christian musician Phil Wickham…

The Times - Features
A film screening at the Muslim Educational Trust will show the trials of undocumented youth.

Out & About: Friday, Oct. 27 to Thursday, Nov. 2

The Times - Features
Plays, library events and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Museum After Dark seeks to fright and delight

The Times - Features
Washington County Museum will host a spooky, paranormal Halloween event this Thursday.

National Novel Writing Month comes to local…

The Times - Features
Lisa Elliott, librarian at Tigard Public Library, shares some tips for those taking the plunge.

Living Here Briefs: K-12 chess players to compete…

The Times - Features
A roundup of arts, culture and community news in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Family happily settled in Bowmen House 3

The Times - Features
Amer-Reinkemeyer family loves living in house built by Sherwood High School students.

Bread & Brew: 'Pitchering Oregon' pairs art and beer

The Times - Features
The Nov. 4 event is going to help celebrate the Portland Art Museum's 125th year.

McDougall will return to rock McMenamins, not once…

The Times - Features
He will play two shows at the Grand Lodge in Forest Grove, including one Oct. 28.

Tigard church hosts God and Science Conference

The Times - Features
Tickets cost $25 to attend a conference on spirituality and science at Westside: A Jesus Church.

Out & About: Friday, Oct. 20 to Thursday, Oct. 26.

The Times - Features
Theater, concerts, library events and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Nightmare on Main Street event returns to Oregon…

The Times - Features
Hearses, skeletons and creepy figures are themes of the Halloween spectacular.

Washington County Open Studios artist uses…

The Times - Features
Maria Huppi of Aloha puts a paintbrush in her mouth to fill canvases with flowers, koi and more.

Living Here Briefs: 'Sleepy Hollow,' Storybook Lane…

The Times - Features
A roundup of arts and culture news in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Out & About: Friday, Oct. 13 to Thursday, Oct. 19

The Times - Features
Theater, music, library events and more in Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood.

Abused as a child, PCC custodian finds escape…

The Times - Features
Ammon Knight works at PCC's Willow Creek Center and is a brilliant artist. He lives in Hillsboro.

Team that trains at Tigard iFly tries for world…

The Times - Features
The local team competes in an increasingly popular sport, also known as bodyflight.

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