The week's choice include the 2017 Oscars ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel; a provocative episode of "Girls," with guest star Matthew Rhys; the return of "The Voice"; and "When We Rise," a miniseries about the gay rights movement created by Dustin Lance Black.
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Some Oscar contenders were missing their presumed rivals at the Spirit Awards, which only nominated films made for $20 million or less.
He passed away after complications of surgery, a family spokesperson said.
There are 11 lighthouses along the Oregon coast, some public and others private, that make great landmarks on a trip down scenic Highway 101.
Josh Hecht, who arrived at Profile Theatre in February, is best known for his development of young playwrights.
Come take a visual tour through some of the Oscars' most memorable, gif-able moments.
Get ready for the 2017 Oscars by watching red carpet coverage Sunday, Feb. 26 on E!, ABC and the live stream "The Oscars: All Access."
Singer-turned-tech pioneer Thomas Dolby will sign copies of his new memoir on March 6 at Powell's.
In the "Grimm" Season 6 episode, "The Son Also Rises," the classic Frankenstein story gets a Portland spin, and Nick is having conflicting emotions about Eve.
Today's best comics from The Oregonian and OregonLive selected by our editor.
Natural hot springs are found all over the state, but here are 8 that are free and open to the public.
We hate to think of a tragic fate befalling any of our beloved "Grimm" characters. But it's the sixth and final season, so anything might happen.
The 89th Oscar awards are coming up on Sunday, Feb. 26. Here's what you need to know about when to tune in, what channel, and whether the Jimmy Kimmel-hosted bash will live stream.
Oregon Ballet Theatre's 2017-18 season opener will feature the George Gershwin classic as played by pianists Thomas Lauderdale and Hunter Noack.
Dave Grohl and the alternative rock favorites are playing a secret show in Somerset, England, right now.
Producer Larry Crane talks 20 years of Jackpot! Studio and Portland music.
Our selection of favorite comics from The Oregonian and OregonLive.
Sunday night's Academy Awards offer the perfect excuse for elegant appetizers. These 20 Oscar-worthy bites have plenty of star power, yet won't take hours and hours to make.
13 shops. 4 days. And thousands upon thousands of knitters, crocheters and spinners looking to bond and buy.
"Statue-watching is apparently a dead art. At least in Portland." So declared The Oregonian in 1965. But times change.
"Pokemon Go" has once again cracked the charts in the iTunes store, months after fighting off criticism it was merely a fad.
The legendary Stevie Nicks goes solo and more music on the way.
Blake Shelton's Moda Center show might've had too many hits for a Thursday night.
Peter Rock's novel, "My Abandonment," about a 13-year-old and her father, who are living in Forest Park, is being adapted into a movie. Ben Foster ("Hell or High Water") will star, and the movie is scheduled to start filming in Portland in April.
The current Season 7 of "Portlandia" has included some sketches that could happen anywhere. But that doesn't mean Portland and its issues aren't getting the satirical treatment, too.
The pregnant pop star is taking "the advice of her doctors" to focus on her health.
Alan Colmes, who represented the liberal perspective on the Fox News Channel show, "Hannity & Colmes," as died at age 66.
Today's best comics from The Oregonian and OregonLive picked by the editor.
Newport native Keith Rosson has published his debut novel, "The Mercy of the Tide," which owes a lot to Stephen King.
With this year's Oscar ceremony coming up, let's look back at some of the unforgettably emotional speeches, angry outbursts, flubbed names and jaw-dropping outfits from years past.