Pendulum Aerial Arts explores the endless possibilities of 'Reinvention'

Pendulum Aerial Arts explores the endless possibilities of 'Reinvention'

Highlighting the company's professional training students, Pendulum Aerial Arts once again flies...

'Grease' is once again the word at Broadway Rose Theatre

'Grease' is once again the word at Broadway Rose Theatre

In the musical “Grease,” high school students Danny Zuko and Sandy Dumbrowski meet and...

Helping ideas be realized with Awesome Beaverton & Beyond

Helping ideas be realized with Awesome Beaverton & Beyond

Without being vocalized, an idea is just that — an idea. A thought that pops up and...

Local storyteller bridges gaps through the art of telling tales

Local storyteller bridges gaps through the art of telling tales

Chetter Galloway talks with his hands. As his hand movements grow larger, his words grow louder,...

Aloha resident twists ordinary life into extraordinary, fictional stories

Aloha resident twists ordinary life into extraordinary, fictional stories

“I Won!” Sharon Joss wrote in the subject line of an email to her sisters. After six...

Aloha resident twists ordinary life into extraordinary, fictional stories

Aloha resident twists ordinary life into extraordinary, fictional stories

After years in high tech, Aloha's Sharon Joss wrote a fictional short story, and is now a winner...

Beaverton artist found her creative side through jewelry making

Beaverton artist found her creative side through jewelry making

See Bert Cohen's new kind of jewelry at Art on Broadway Gallery through March 28 Until 10 years...

Beaverton artist found her creative side through jewelry making

Beaverton artist found her creative side through jewelry making

Until 10 years ago, Roberta “Bert” Cohen had no idea she was creative. Her whole life,...

Art as seen from Elton Bennett's distant shore

Art as seen from Elton Bennett's distant shore

This weekend at the Edwards Community Center in Aloha, join for a free art show and sale of late...

Art as seen from Elton Bennett's distant shore

Art as seen from Elton Bennett's distant shore

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COURTESY PHOTO - (Left to right) Tyler Oshiro, Zachary Centers, Tanner Nobury, Brandon B. Weaver (on floor), Mark Putnam and Keith White perform the climatic finale number Let It Go.
April 22, 2015

Theatre in the Grove tackles adult comedy

by Stephanie Haugen
Theatre in the Grove has been taking a few more risks in recent years, putting on racier shows with more adult content at their community theater house on Pacific Avenue. The troupe is…
SUBMITTED PHOTOS - Lake Area Artist Sandy Dutko is the featured new member at the art sale. She creates experimental paintings using acrylics. This piece is titled New Territory.
April 22, 2015

LAA to present 500 pieces of original art

by Barb Randall
Lake Area Artists are preparing for its 49th Annual Show and Sale to take place April 24-26 at Lakewood Center for the Arts, 368 S. State St. in Lake Oswego. The art show opens with the…
Drake Pompermayer
April 22, 2015

What Students Say // Merlo Station High School

by Jaime Valdez
Why do you love your school? “I love Merlo because everybody here is nice and helpful. The teachers are really helpful and supportive. It’s a small environment, so, they help us a lot. Once I…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - The 40th annual NW Handmade Instrument Exhibit will be held April 25 and 26 at Marylhurst University.
April 22, 2015

Musical instrument artisans gather at Marylhurst

by The Review, Tidings
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Northwest Handmade Musical Instrument Exhibit. More than 80 artisans from across the Pacific Northwest will gather at Marylhurst University to display…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Dave Ramsey and Rachel Cruze
April 20, 2015

Religion Notes: Dave Ramsey brings 'Smart Money Smart Kids'…

by The Times
In connection with National Money Smart Week which continues through April 25, Beaverton Christian Church is offering “Smart Money Smart Kids,” a six-week video seminar for parents on Sundays at…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - The cast of Beaverton Civic Theatres Songs For A New World includes (left to right) Erin Zelazny, Nicholas Jaeger, Adam Caniparoli, Essie Bertain, Jake Beaver and Jessica Jaeger.
April 15, 2015

Out & About

by Caitlin Feldman
Art The Ins and Outs of Washington County Open Studio Tour — Sharon Orella, Washington County Open Studio Tour Administrator for 2015, will talk about the Tour from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. April 26 at…
TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Lori Clifford, left, a school counselor Hazeldale Elementary School, runs with Emmalhey and Brooklyn while running laps during the afternoon program, Girls on the Run.
April 09, 2015

Girls on the Run program teaches self-esteem, value of exercise

by Ray Pitz
Girls participating in Hazeldale Elementary School's Girls on the Run practice Monday had two goals — to make it around the school’s track 23 times and come up with a thoughtful community…
April 09, 2015

Out & About

by Caitlin Feldman
Art The Ins and Outs of Washington County Open Studio Tour — Sharon Orella, Washington County Open Studio Tour Administrator for 2015 will talk about the Tour from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. April 26 at…
Washington County Cooperative Library Services
April 07, 2015

Beaverton City Library will host Storyslam Contest on Saturday

by Miles Vance
The audience will get to judge stories by four competitors It's time for the Storyslam. Beaverton City Library will host a Storyslam Contest from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 11, giving local…
April 02, 2015

Out & About

by Caitlin Feldman
Art Guest Artist Spring Boutique at Art On Broadway — Fourteen invited artisans offer gifts for Easter, Mother’s Day, graduation, bridal showers, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, teacher’s…

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TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Steve Grafe, Maryhill Museum curator, says that, as far as collecting, eclectic is not a perjorative.
Mar 26, 2015

Maryhill displays weird, wonderful

by Joseph Gallivan
“We’d have more people here in spring if they knew how much better the weather is here than in Portland,” says Steve Grafe, curator of art at the Maryhill Museum of Art, outside Goldendale,…
Mar 26, 2015

Religion Notes

by Miles Vance
The Ground Level prepares to open at Murrayhills Christian The Ground Level, described as a new way for people to explore their faith, will kick off at 6:30 p.m. April 19 at Murrayhills…
Alba's Edge
Mar 25, 2015

Out & About

by Caitlin Feldman
Art Guest Exhibit at Art on Broadway — “March To A Different Drum” is the theme for March’s juried guest artists exhibit at Art on Broadway Gallery, 12570 S.W. Broadway St. in Beaverton. The…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Steve Grafe, Maryhill Museum curator, says that, as far as collecting, eclectic is not a perjorative.
Mar 25, 2015

Maryhill Museum displays weird, wonderful

by Joseph Gallivan
“We’d have more people here in spring if they knew how much better the weather is here than in Portland,” says Steve Grafe, curator of art at the Maryhill Museum of Art, outside Goldendale,…
SUBMITTED PHOTO  - Kids enjoyed crafts and other superhero-themed activities during Spring Break 2014 at the Beaverton City Library. This years theme is Lions, Tigers, and Bears, featuring a series of programs for teens and kids from March 21-29.
Mar 21, 2015

Beaverton Library hosts free spring break events for kids, teens

by City of Beaverton
The Beaverton City Library will host more than a week of free events for kids and teens at the main and Murray Scholls branch locations during spring break, March 21-29. This year's theme for…
Mar 19, 2015

Out & About

by Caitlin Feldman
Look no further! Here are the events happening in our communities over the coming weeks. Art Guest Exhibit at Art on Broadway — “March To A Different Drum” is the theme for March’s juried guest…
COURTESY OF ASHLEY DIMEO BUCHAN, AB PHOTOGRAPHIX - Christian Grun, who is 17-months-old, is this year's Aloha High School Sparrow Club recipient. The students hope to raise $10,000 for Christian and his family.
Mar 18, 2015

Aloha's club pitches in to help 1-year-old with rare medical…

by Ray Pitz
Members of Aloha High School's Sparrow Club have a mission — to help the families of children with medical needs. With that in mind, this year’s club is sponsoring Christian, a 17-month-old boy…
JAMES MCGREW - Northwest Dance Theatre Presents Peter and the Wolf at 7 p.m. April 11-12 at Portland Community Colleges Sylvania Performing Art Center.
Mar 18, 2015

Out & About

by Caitlin Feldman
Art Guest Exhibit at Art on Broadway — “March To A Different Drum” is the theme for March’s juried guest artists exhibit at Art on Broadway Gallery, 12570 S.W. Broadway St. in Beaverton. The…
JAIME VALDEZ - Simleen Gulati
Mar 18, 2015

What Students Say - McKinley Elementary School

by Jaime Valdez
How to you plan to spend spring break? “I plan to go to my grandmother’s house and get my net and catch bugs. I’m also going to share a birthday party with my friend, Brady.” — Megan Davis,…
COURTESY OF NOREMAC STUDIOS - Ted Pappas introduced Oregon Starka Project vodkas last weekend. It's the collaboration thats unique and not the product itself, he says.
Mar 18, 2015

What's better than one new local artisan vodka? Three!

by Jennifer Anderson
When Ted Pappas planned a special release of three aged vodkas made by three local distillers this month, he knew he needed to brand it. He and his distilling partners called it the Oregon…




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