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Portland Events: Music, Festivals, Art, Theater, Film | PDXPIPELINE.com

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At Sacred Circle Dance, we pride ourselves on having one of the largest - and most welcoming - weekly ecstatic dance events in the country. We spend countless hours, days, and years looking for new music to fold into our dance journeys.

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Each show begins with a full wheel of juicy story prompts. One of the 8 storytellers will be randomly drawn. They spin the wheel to decide the prompt for their story. They can play or pass. If they pass another teller can steal their prompt. Then the risky part…each storyteller has only 5 minutes to come up with a true 5-

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Over 250 Cats on exhibition, from friendly purebreds to adoptable rescues

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For the past 9 years, 80s Video Dance Attack has rocked Portland every Friday night at McMenamins Crystal Ballroom or Lola's Room and kept the fires of MTV's golden era burning.

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One of the most gifted and distinguished lyric tenors of his generation, Matthew Polenzani has been praised for the artistic versatility and fresh lyricism that he brings to concert and operatic appearances on leading international stages. The extraordinary pianist Julius Drake joins Mr. Polenzani for this very special voca

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The show showcases the best comedians in Portland along with some travelling national comics.

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Rob Delaney is a father, a husband, a comedian, a writer. He is the author of an endless stream of beautiful, insane jokes on Twitter. He is sober. He is sometimes brave. He speaks French. He loves women with abundant pubic hair and saggy naturals

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The weekend is here and there's a log of fancy dogs in down for the Rose City Classic (get your puppy fix on Friday at the Puppy Spectacular). The Seahawks play Green Bay Sunday for the 2015 NFC Divisional Championship. Helium hosts Faizon Love & Demetri Martin and you can catch Big Head Todd and the Monsters at Crysta

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Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including to the Chocolate Festival, Alialuja Choir, Live Wire! & more.

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Shining out through the winter darkness, Fertile Ground offers an astonishing breadth of creative work for the stage, compressed into the darkest and wettest days of the Portland calendar. From major theatre and dance companies, to spunky young art-creators of a variety of ilk, Portland is fertile ground for presenting new

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Mixing full-throttle rock with dollops of blue-eyed soul, vintage R&B and melodic pop radio anthems in-the-making, Parachute has arrived.

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Saturday from 10 - 5 in conjunction with Fun on Foster, we will be celebrating Cartoberfest with a special beer menu, special price menu from all the carts, and great music. If you ever wanted to sample them all, this is the time to do it.

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The weekend has arrived and so has fall! Mcmenamins is hosting Oktoberfest this weekend and the Handmade Bike & Beer Festival returns to Hopworks! Help animals at Animal Aid Casino Night at Northwest Forestry Center or take in a free museum on Saturday's Free Museum Day. This is your last weekend to enjoy Dr. Horrible

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Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including to the Bridgetown Comedy, H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival, The MAiZE & more.

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Don't miss Museum Day Live on Saturday, when several museums across the region will open their doors for FREE. Visitors must have a valid ticket, so see smithsonianmag.com and reserve your ticket today!

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The largest tattoo expo in the Northwest, The Portland, Oregon, Tattoo Expo is the show that opened the doors to out of state artists looking to tattoo in the state of Oregon. After months of work with the state legislators, the laws were changed to allow artists from outside of the state to tattoo legally in Oregon. Now in

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In honor of its 150th anniversary, Multnomah County Library will host a free outdoor community celebration at Central Library on Saturday, Sept. 27, from 11 am to 5 pm. The event will feature music, dance, tours and library programs for people of all ages.

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Call it a biergarten, drink a bier, and Prost! One and all are welcome to participate in the German celebration that is Oktoberfest. Begun as a wedding party for Germany's Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese in 1810, today Oktoberfest is celebrated all over the world with singing, beer, food and revelry – including h

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The Wedge! will feature artisan, specialty and farmstead cheesemakers as well as accoutrement vendors from throughout the Northwest. The farmer's market-style event will appeal to the cheese lover looking to taste and try new flavors and styles. Classes will cover pairing with beer as well as spirits.

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TAKIMBA (formerly Melting Pot) and SPINOZZA will be at the controls and keeping it funky all night long. Blending hip hop, soul, funk, breaks & house. There's sure to be something for everybody and a night of dancing and fun for all. They'll be switching off sets throughout the night and may be rocking all 4 decks at o

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Singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile returns for a special one-night-only appearance with the Oregon Symphony!

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Shoppers will have access to hundreds of clothes and shoes from designer brands like Opening Ceremony, Samantha Pleet, Luxury Rebel, Sass & Bide, Grey City, etc. For men, there will be heritage brands like Post Overalls, Carters, plus selvage denim.

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The Oregon Symphony kicks off its new season with their 18th annual concert at the Waterfront Park on Thursday. 10,000-15,000 people are expected to attend the event which includes music, dancing, fireworks, cannons, and more. Plus, it’s all FREE.

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Break out the hammer pants and leg warmers, time warp to the most radical decade and dance to the best of the 80's with DJ MC.

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Fresh off of breaking Montreal Just for Laughs' back and busting out of a desert prison that resembles a sarlacc pit, Portland comedy legend Richard Bain returns to Bridgetown with his best friend and mortal enemy: Ira Novos.

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Capping off a month long grilled cheese fundraiser sparked by EastBurn restaurant owner Mike Bender’s reply to a sexist Yelp review, 9 local restaurants will put forth their best grilled cheese to raise funds for the Portland Women’s Crisis Line.

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Their unique instrumentation enables them to seamlessly blend genres including bluegrass, country, celtic, rock, reggae, and world music into their sound. The general appeal of Polecat comes from their unique take on roots music and their interactive and high energy live shows.

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The 10-day countdown begins! The Color Run is coming to Portland on 9/6! Their 2014 Kaleidoscope Tour means new gear, new color-crazy race attractions and more! What are you waiting for? Sign up now !

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The Night Market will feature a variety of vendors representing the international community that exists in the Jade, as well as many crafters and food vendors found at the many street fairs around the city.

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STORYTELLERS for this round of Reel Stories include: JAMES WESTBY (Rid of Me, The Auteur), BETH HARRINGTON (The Winding Stream), OCTOBER MOORE (Portlandia, Grimm, City Baby), JASON ROUSE + IAN BERRY, (Make it Country) and CASEY PARKS (Diary of a Misfit, a work in progress).

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