This is a play about Brown v. Board of Education, the landmark 1954 case in which the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the segregation of public schools is inherently unequal, and therefore unconstitutional and illegal; the case is the event many consider the first major step in the American Civil Rights movement.
Portland’s remarkable Third Rail Repertory Theatre is opening its fifth season with the American premiere of “Kiss Me Like You Mean It,” a contemporary British play that Portlanders are lucky Third Rail found.
Whether you consider the naval-base-bombing to labor-camp-imprisonment to nuclear-bombing-of-civilians progression of Japanese-American relations in World War II as totally abhorrent or classic tit-for-tat, you likely consider these issues as the past.
3D entertainment is sweeping the nation, but the technology is hardly new; we’ve been viewing 3D images since the mid-1800s, and we’ve been paying to watch 3D movies since the beginning of the 20th century.
This Friday, Portland State will host University of Oregon’s Assistant Professor of Economics Jason Lindo in the first of four economics seminars scheduled for fall term.
You may have heard of Rachel Corrie, the Evergreen State College student who was literally bulldozed to death in 2003 by the Israeli military while attempting to protect a Palestinian home in the Gaza Strip.
On Monday, Oct. 4, Powell’s Books will host Fatima Bhutto, the stunningly beautiful poet and political columnist who to many is the heiress-presumptive to the Bhutto family’s dynastic control of Pakistani high government.
When Tri-Met launched the new Fifth and Sixth Avenue MAX routes, the cheap eats available to Portland State students on a lunch break more than tripled.
Sometimes a show is so charming, so carefree and so joyfully performed that it breaks through every bad mood in the theater and reminds everyone—even those determined not to enjoy themselves—of what’s so great about the stage.
Ever wondered what goes on backstage at a strip club?
Two of Oregon’s greatest offerings are the month of July and truly excellent craft beer. Coincidentally, these pair quite well.