The February 2011 edition of Cort and Fatboy’s Midnight Movie takes place this Friday, and it’s a doozie: Dirty Dancing.
“It’s a classic. A camp classic. But it is also very, VERY educational. There are some very valuable life lessons in the film” [more]
Miss the big premiere event? Don’t have a TV? Don’t have the Independent Film Channel? Watch Portlandia, if you’re into that sort of thing, at the Portland venues listed below. [more]
The 2011 Portland Seafood and Wine Festival takes place Friday and Saturday, February 4th and 5th at the Oregon Convention Center (777 NE MLK Jr. Ave). This sixth annual festival is a celebration of all things Oregon, but most specifically our wonderful Oregon seafood and wines. [more]
The Chinese New Year Cultural Fair, brought to you by Portland Chinese Times, takes place at Oregon Convention Center (777 NE MLK Jr.) this Saturday, February 5, 2011 from 10am until 6pm. [more]
The Grand Opening celebration for the Hop & Vine Bottlshop (1914 N Killingsworth) takes place on Saturday, February 5 2011. The new space features “an extensive and expanded selection of Craft Beer, Wine, Sake and Mead!” [more]
The American secular holiday known as Superbowl Sunday takes place this Sunday, February 6, 2011. What is the America-football apostate supposed to do on this day? Let me help you find your way.
Sunday will be a good day to enjoy parks; museums; and pubs, taverns, and bars (like Hall of Records – Sunday is Soul Night!) that don’t have TVs – they’ll all be almost empty. [more]