Friday, December 13, 2013
Choreographer Nell Shipman retools the ballet to keep it fresh, with elements of Portland's history incorporated into the story.
Stephen Voltz and Fritz Grobe, aka the Coke and Mentos guys, offer tips for DIY science projects.
A new collection stems from a group of paintings.
He can't think of anything to say and still gets 25,000 followers in the first 15 minutes.
A new film chronicles how a first-in-the-nation exhibition, 1913’s Armory Show, caused an uproar in America.
The director of the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship is also a dedicated baker and now author.
Jon Imber remains determined to express his creativity on canvas, producing a remarkable new body of work that is, like him, defined by its defiance, energy and grace.
A Space Gallery exhibition explores the impact of higher sea levels on Portland.
Proceeds from a grand opening sale will benefit a cancer group.
As fans of the channel complain, the company says viewership and cost were factors, and the decision is final.