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Composer Philip Glass and the Kronos Quartet will celebrate Halloween season with the classic film "Dracula" on Oct. 25 in Portland.

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Portland comes in just behind New York City in a national ranking of the most-friendly cities for vegans and vegetarians.

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Recently named Portland's best restaurant, Coquine will host a collaborative dinner between chef Katy Millard and her former mentor, San Francisco's Daniel Patterson.

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Our group has chosen to see only two plays per theater for the 2017-2018 season, and we most certainly would not have chosen this one had we realized its nature.

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Winter is coming, and Alicia Silverstone wants Portlanders to give up their wool coats.

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School districts continue to grapple with parents' sensitivities to books that might call into question their values or beliefs.

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The week's choices include Jay Pharoah in the new comedy, "White Famous"; Michelle Dockery returning for Season 2 of "Good Behavior"; the Mount St. Helens disaster on "Make It Out Alive"; and the new series, "Hit the Road" and "Loudermilk."

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These unique jack-o-lanterns can be used as centerpieces or on the porch Halloween night, and they're not scary to make

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Old-growth juniper and lava rock formations make the high desert wilderness a wondrous place to visit.

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The small community of St. Helens grew larger than life Saturday night when, for its annual "Spirit of Halloweentown" festival, it transformed into its cinematic counterpart, "Halloweentown," a Disney movie filmed on location in the city's Ri

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Violinist Tomas Cotik performs a program titled "From Bach to Piazzolla" Oct. 22 at Lincoln Hall on the Portland State University campus.

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William G. Robbins has produced a first-rate engrossing, smoothly written and revealing contextual history of Oregon State University, "The People's School."

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The annual showcase will feature classic video games, pinball machines and several merch booths.

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Before "Stranger Things 2" begins streaming on Netflix, here's a refresher on the show and why it became a pop culture phenomenon.

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When the air turns crisp, it's time to break out favorite fall dessert recipes, featuring seasonal ingredients like apples, pears and pumpkin.

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TV talk shows are more controversial than ever, with Jimmy Kimmel discussing health care policy, Donald Trump tweeting abut equal time, and partisan attacks. But one thing is clear -- Megyn Kelly's new show is awful.

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For the best selection, we went to Southeast Portland's Bushwhacker Cider -- Portland's first cidery and the first all-cider pub in the country -- to explore their expansive collection. Recently, they had 11 bottles available, more than half made in the Pacific Northwest.

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Similar in taste to cider, perry's history has long been entwined with its apple relative. In the United States, the pear-based beverage is just starting to gain traction as an alternative to cider, though it’s been a favorite of cider-makers for years.

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While the studio is the Northwest's biggest filmmaker, it has a relatively low profile regionally.

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The Oregon animation studio's roots date back four decades.

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What's new for home viewing on video-on-demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime and other streaming services.

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Here are our picks for theater and classical music performances and visual arts events for Oct. 13-19.

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After a suspension earlier in the day from Twitter, actress Rose McGowan forcefully re-emerged Thursday, stating more frankly what she has long suggested: "HW raped me."

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Cassidy Quinn is the new anchor of KGW-TV's "Live at 7" weeknight show, replacing former host Brian McFayden, who is no longer with KGW.

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Time in Bend is best spent bouncing between natural and urban playgrounds, where you'll find your days full of wonder and enjoyment.

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Film critic Marc Mohan tries to avoid cinematic curses for the week of Friday the 13th.

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The Movie Madness video store has become a Portland institution, but now that owner Mike Clark plans to retire, the Hollywood Theatre is trying to keep the vast collection intact by taking over the business.

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The leaves are starting to fall, but Portland events keep holding on.

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"Animating Life: The Art, Science, and Wonder of Laika" will give visitors a behind-the-scenes look at the Hillsboro film studio's four Oscar-nominated movies. It runs Oct. 14 through May 20.

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