'Sleeping Beauty' coming to PCC stage

The Times - Features
Local students from June Taylor's School of Dance in Tualatin will perform the classic ballet this weekend.

George Fox University displays alumni art in summer…

The Times - Features
'Looking Forward, Beyond the Familiar' is on exhibit at the Minthorne Gallery through July 12.

Faith and Pride at Bethel Congregational

The Times - Features
The Beaverton church is sending a group to participate in the Pride Northwest parade, as it has for about a decade.

Portland's Jewish culture gets a new home

The Times - Features
The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education is now open in Northwest Portland's Old Town neighborhood.

History of Norwegian, American polar exploration celebrated

The Times - Features
Nordia House in Garden Home has an exhibit through Sept. 14 on the expeditions of Roald Amundsen, Robert Perry and more.

Aloha woman fufills dream in form of café

The Times - Features
Decadent Creations Bakery opened in its new downtown Hillsboro location last Saturday, June 10.

Works of love: Banding together to support Helvi

Hillsboro Tribune - Features
Valley Art cigar-box fundraiser to defray cost of cancer treatments for Forest Grove artist Helvi Smith.

Summer Fun Days are here again at Alpenrose

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Dairyville is open until late August, with ice cream and outdoor fun for families to enjoy.

Authors to host book-writing workshop at Washington County…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The Macalino family will give aspiring writers guidance on Saturday, June 10, at the museum's monthly free family morning.

Portland blooms during Rose Festival

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Parades will sweep through the city this month. A half-marathon associated with the annual festival was held in Beaverton this past weekend.

Local artist, actor designs Bag&Baggage's promotional art…

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Alec Lugo, a Hawaii native, graduated last year from Pacific University in Forest Grove. He now lives in Portland.

Oregon Historical Society launches online archives

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Collections will be added to the site on an ongoing basis.

Serving up summer

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A young woman brings healthy shaved ice to Tigard and Sherwood neighborhoods and fundraisers - and keeps it in the family.

Finding peace in crowded Portland area

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Local author Paul Gerald will speak at Cedar Mill Library Monday evening.

'Called to teach,' Mormon missionaries serve as community…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
While their role is to spread the gospel, elders and sisters also give back to their temporary communities, as at Tualatin's Juanita Pohl Center.

Oregon Zoo helping with 'Invest in the Nest' project for…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The flightless birds are running low on a valuable building material for their nests in Southern Africa.

Nicole Apelian gets back to basics

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Apelian and her partner, Alan Kay, starred on the History Channel show 'Alone.' They live in North Portland.

Beaverton dancers take stage at Portland Ballet concert

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A senior at Arts & Communication Magnet Academy is among the stars of 'Festival Russes' and 'Who Cares?'

Homegrown singer-songwriter Edna Vasquez returns to…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Although born in western Mexico, Vasquez's musical journey began at Century High School.

Imago puts new slant on 'Medea'

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The Greek tragedy is given an ethereal staging by the innovative theater company.

Leaders of three faiths to break bread together

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
This Portland event is designed to help neighbors understand neighbors.

Big Horn Brass tunes in on Oregon history

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The local brass band will include a historical twist in its Beaverton spring concert.

Hopstory

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An OSU beer expert will discuss connection between Oregon's farm and science history and today's craft beer culture at Tigard Public Library on…

Bringing 'Queen of Country' to life on stage

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
'Hey Loretta! ' honors Loretta Lynn, and benefits the Oregon Food Bank.

Washington County students perform 'Taming of the Shrew'

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Liber Leadership Academy hosted two productions of Shakespeare's classic play.

Beaverton quilt show includes Oregon Trail heirloom

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The show will be hosted by Hearthstone at Murrayhill, a senior living community.

Museum offers glimpse into Tualatin Valley's women in the…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
How have lifestyles changed? Hobbies? Fashions? 'Ladies of the Valley,' a new exhibit at the Washington County Museum, explores the region's history.

King City man donates model replica of his old B-17 to…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Don Anderson was the tail gunner in a Flying Fortress during World War II, flying sorties over Germany.

Oregon Symphony keeps time in a new world

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The symphony plans to feature music that explores the human condition, from immigration to homelessness to incarceration.

Voices reaching across the globe

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
ISing to perform concerts in Beaverton - and its Japanese sister city.

Frida Kahlo's childhood takes stage in 'Fridita'

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Teatro Milagro is staging a free performance of the play at the Beaverton City Library.

Beaverton illustrator receives international award, and more

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
David Furnal attended a workshop by famed fantasy artist Larry Elmore and was honored for winning the International Illustration Contest.

Beaverton's New Living Room

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Here's what to expect from Beaverton's soon-to-be-built Center for the Arts.

Lifelong Beaverton resident celebrates 105th birthday

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Family and friends joined Verna Peterson to mark the occassion.

Facing trauma head-on in 'Villain Songs'

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Beaverton poet Tammy Robacker will host a reading with other Pacific Nortwest poets this Sunday.

Two Portland authors share Jewish women's wisdom

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Prikei Imahot, by Lois Sussman Shenker and Assistant Rabbi Eve Posen, is an update on an ancient Jewish text.

OPB, museum peek behind curtain at Laika

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A new documentary and exhibit explore the work of the Hillsboro animation studio.

Antonia Darlene's 'worst-ever audition' couldn't keep her…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The actress is appearing in Broadway Rose's production of 'Beehive.'

Beaverton resident, former Nu Shooz member, finally gets…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The Valley Catholic High School band director, Dan Schauffler, was honored for the track 'I Can't Wait.'

Wine trail offers unique taste of Oregon in Washington…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Tickets are $60 for the weekend, $40 for a single-day pass.

Lakewood Theatre to hold auditions for two plays

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
'Visit to a Small Planet' and 'To Kill a Mockingbird' are seeking actors.

Swimmer, hiker, teacher, author

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Carolyn Wood has spent a lifetime learning how to start and finish things - and to excel.

Oregon Zoo announces six summer concert acts

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Summer concerts at the zoo have been happening since 1979.

Portland Japanese Garden's top 5 things to see

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Cultural Village expansion brings new galleries, a tea cafe, gardens and buildings.

Low-flute specialist Peter Sheridan at Saturday's…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The event, presented by the Greater Portland Flute Society, takes place at Aloha High School.

JFK: Inspiring a new generation

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Oregon Historical Society marks the president's 100th birthday with a display of rare items.

Vietnam War combat pilot charts his own course

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Bob Rodzwell volunteered to go to Vietnam and moved his family to Bangkok to see them frequently.

Play imagines moment in lives of Eisenhower,…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Professor David Ritchie wrote the historical fantasy, which will be performed at the West Slope Community Library.

Oregon artist who made it big comes home for…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
George D. Green has brought his paintings to Lake Oswego for a monthlong display.

Dinner, entertainment to support school in Tanzania

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Huruma School for Children with Disabilities to benefit from the Taste of Tanzania.

Singers, dancers team up for ‘Stabat Mater’…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The March 17 event is a benefit for Ceasefire Oregon Education Foundation.

PCC takes audiences to 'Heights'

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
'Hamilton' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the music and lyrics based on the book by Quiara Alegría Hudes.

Cue the fanfare: Beaverton Symphony Orchestra gains…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Mayne Mihacsi is the newly named boss, but also a longtime musician with the group.

Courtship, comedy-style

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Beaverton Civic Theatre is bringing Neil Simon's classic 'Barefoot in the Park' to town.

Race, culture and expression: 'Constructing…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The Portland Art Museum's curator suggests the exhibit is an effort to rectify a 'crime of omission.'

St. Louis Symphony’s Roger Kaza to play with…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
It's a sort of homecoming for the horn soloist, who played with the group in the 1960s and '70s.

'The Art of the Brick,' LEGO style

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Artist Nathan Sawaya is bringing his colorful creations to OMSI, starting this weekend.

Hip-hop, anyone?

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A Monmouth-based group is bringing dance and West African percussion to the Walters Cultural Arts Center in Hillsboro.

Rodin exhibition on display at Portland Art Museum

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The French sculptor's bronze work is less well-known than 'The Thinker' and 'The Kiss.'

Works by Danish artist on display in Garden Home

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A public reception is slated for Friday at the Nordia House Cultural Center.

Mystery, Myth and Menace

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Stephanie Garber bring her fantasy novel, 'Caraval,' to town at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at Powell's at Cedar Hill Crossing.

Actress wears her heart on her sleeve

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Andrea Enright is still grieving loss of her husband, but returning to acting is bringing her new joy.

Sweetness and power: Pacific grad releases solo…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Tara Velarde debuts a solo album that shows off her vocals.

Murder, mayhem and the occasional martini

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Performances of Agatha Christie's 'Murder on the Nile' continue at Lakewood Community Theatre.

Mountain View only school in state vying in…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A 'people's choice' category awards schools $8,000 based solely on how many votes applicants receive for their videos.

Hard-driving Raindriver

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The band is playing at the Dublin Pub, 6821 S.W. Beaverton Hillsdale Highway, 7 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 21.

Bread & Brew: Which artisans will win Good Food…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Winners of the national competition will be announced this weekend in San Francisco.

Tall tales, terrible foes, triumphs

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Centerpiece of a Nordic Northwest exhibition is the book, 'The Troll With No Heart.'

A stormtrooper and a Wookiee walk into a bar...

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A Forest Grove taproom has added costumes and fun to its menu.

Wind ensemble slates two shows in Beaverton

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Shows are scheduled for Jan. 18 and Jan. 21 at the library auditorium.

'Grimm' tidings

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
As the television series wraps up, the cast lauds the local community.

Hollands celebrate 60th anniversary

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The Beaverton couple was married in Portland on Dec. 29, 1956.

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