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Live Review: Regina Spektor, Sunday, Nov. 1 @ Roseland Theater


Let's cut right to the chase: Regina Spektor could sing aloud from the nutritional information on the box of your favorite breakfast cereal and I'd be enraptured. Her golden slide-whistle voice would have me giddy over the high amount of sugar grams per serving, crying gentle tears into my Honey S...   More
 
Tuesday, November 3, 2009 by Annie Bethancourt

Archeology Saturday, June 6

A pair of “bizarre old souls” take PDX to lookout point.


Music Stories
[FRENCH VANILLA POP] With the Zac Efron swoop ’do and Huck Finn cutoffs of a perennial cool kid, Jason Davis hardly embodies the adult byproduct of an awkward childhood. Yet the 24-year-old Arch ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 3, 2009 Annie Bethancourt

Breanna Paletta, Wednesday July 30: A Portland songbird kills ’em with shyness.


[SINGER-SONGWRITER] Breanna Paletta is as humble as they come. Especially for a woman who began her career as a teenage lyricist for some of the city's most well-respected artists, opened for the Cowboy Junkies and performed her perfect pop tunes at festivals alongside the likes of Tori Amos. Unlike other young, emerging artists, she's none too concerned with the daunting task of making it big. ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 30, 2008 by Annie Bethancourt

Breanna Paletta, Wednesday July 30

A Portland songbird kills ’em with shyness.


Music Stories
[SINGER-SONGWRITER] Breanna Paletta is as humble as they come. Especially for a woman who began her career as a teenage lyricist for some of the city’s most well-respected artists, opened for th ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 30, 2008 Annie Bethancourt

David Evan, Thursday & Friday, Jan. 3 & 4


[RELUCTANT FOLK] David Evan might be new to Portland’s music scene, having relocated less than a year ago from snowy, isolated Vermont, but his artistic vision is clear: “I want to make more noise!” he blurts out with an itchy mix of anxiety and eagerness. “I keep breaki...   More
 
Wednesday, January 2, 2008 by Annie Bethancourt

David Evan Thursday & Friday, Jan. 3 & 4

Freak folk gets loud(er) thanks to an emphatic new PDX songwriter.


Music Stories
[RELUCTANT FOLK] David Evan might be new to Portland’s music scene, having relocated less than a year ago from snowy, isolated Vermont, but his artistic vision is clear: “I want to make mo ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 2, 2008 Annie Bethancourt

The Old Believers, Wednesday, Oct. 3


[FOLK] Keeley Boyle is lamenting the passing of another year.

“My birthday's coming up, and I'm so depressed,” the singer says with a mournful little sigh. “Seriously, I don't want to get any older!” Then she smiles sadly, almost like she's trying to be brave.
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Wednesday, October 3, 2007 by Annie Bethancourt

The Old Believers, Wednesday, Oct. 3

The Old Believers’ name belies their age—but not their souls.


Music Stories
[FOLK] Keeley Boyle is lamenting the passing of another year. “My birthday’s coming up, and I’m so depressed,” the singer says with a mournful little sigh. “Seriously, ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 3, 2007 Annie Bethancourt

Chaos Cafe

Mischief, thy name is vegan mac.

 


Food Reviews & Stories
This quaint vegetarian-vegan cafe is aptly named, due to its proximity to the bustle of Powell Boulevard’s speeding thoroughfare and, also, the up-and-down quality of its newly debuted fare. A g ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 3, 2007 Annie Bethancourt

Chocolate Confessions

Don’t get in the way of Joan Freed’s sugar high.


Headout
[CAVITYCORE] Disclaimer: I am a jerk. I enjoy extremely offensive humor and I laugh at jokes that include swear words and pointedly make fun of children. If you tripped in front of me on the street, I ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 Annie Bethancourt
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