The latest edition of Cort and Fatboy‘s Midnight Movie takes place Friday, October 1st at the Bagdad Theater (3702 SE Hawthorne). The film is a doozie: The Lost Boys!
“Before “24,” Before “Speed 2,” Before “Dream a Little Dream,” Kiefer, Jason and the Corey’s gained large amounts of fame by baring fangs and trashing Santa Clara, CA, a town that would be a wonderful place to stay if it weren’t for all the damned vampires.” [more]
The 59th Annual Greek Festival takes place Friday, October 1 through Sunday, October 3 at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church (NE 32nd and Glisan).
Over 15,000 guests are expected to come out to enjoy the greek food (feta, lamb, souvlaki, spanakopita, koulourakia, diples, bougatsa, etc.), cooking demonstrations, crafts, and of course beer and wine! Festival goers can also enter a raffle, visit the Ethos Bookstore, and sign up for guided tours of the church. Entertainment includes Greek Folk Dancing performances and music. [more]
The 2010 H.P. Lovecrat Film Festival and Cthulhucon takes place Friday, October 1 through Sunday, October 3 at the Hollywood Theatre (4112 NE Sandy). . . .
This year’s festival may be Portland’s last, so you won’t want to miss it!
Lovecraftian films El Monstro Del Mar, Pan’s Labrynth, Primal, The Burrowers are just a few of the features films this year. Twenty shorts will also be shown. In addition to the films and film discussions, vendors will be hawking their horror-related wares and Howies will be awarded. [more]
October is Oregon Archives Month. By way of celebration four downtown Portland historical archive locations will be welcoming visitors from 11am to 4pm on Saturday, October 2 – it’s the First Annual Oregon Archives Crawl. . . .
Archives Crawl passports will be issued to participants to help in navigation. The event, and passport, is free. [more]
Prost! Portland (4237 N Mississippi) is throwing an Oktoberfest celebration this Saturday and Sunday, October 2 and 3.
The Mississippi Marketplace food carts are also joining the festivities, and of course Prost makes a mean pretzel sandwich too.
$20 gets you your own liter stein to keep, filled with bier! [more]