“Raised Country” Music Festival Aug. 5

The “Raised Country” music festival in Antelope at 1 p.m., Aug. 5, on the church lawn will feature music, entertainment, a Chuckwagon BBQ and kids’ activities all in one location, according to a press release.

July 13, 2018 2:50 p.m. read more..

Maryhill Winery to discontinue concerts

The Aug. 25 Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite show at Maryhill Winery will be the last concert at the beautiful 4,000-seat amphitheater as the winery, one of Washington state’s largest, has decided to discontinue future summer concerts after 2018, according to a report by the Goldendale Sentinel.

July 13, 2018 1:57 p.m. read more..

Exhibit at Maryhill more than meets the eye

If you look closely at Ovidio Cartagena’s painting, the artist’s face becomes apparent in the lower right hand corner. Cartagena, and about a dozen other artists, are exhibiting paintings that have been created in the Atelier process of painting at the Maryhill Museum of Art.

July 13, 2018 1:36 p.m. read more..

Recreating a famous radio broadcast

Goldendale's Richard Flynn wants to build a time machine. He wants to go back to Oct. 30, 1938 - 80 years ago this October when radio was the hot new thing and millions listened to it daily. And on the evening of that date, one radio broadcast terrorized much of the country.

June 26, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Theatre Experience

The Dalles Theatre Company sponsored a children’s performance of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs this weekend at The Dalles High School Auditorium.

June 25, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Heart Work

Today, Jenny Loughmiller’s home art studio in The Dalles is awash with light and vibrant color, the walls adorned with neat rows of her foot-square canvases, each with a heart theme. But two years ago, that same room was her master bedroom and one day, when she looked out one of the windows that provide so much light, all she saw was desolation.

June 22, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Restless Beauty

Recent thunder storms and clouds passing over The Dalles inspired local photographers to capture the transient beauty of sunset.

June 21, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Fighting on the front lines with Station 8

Fire season is back in Oregon. Too soon, it seems, for residents still recovering from last year’s devastating Eagle Creek Fire. In the aftermath, many residents have banded together to work on helping the Gorge heal and shown how deeply the community is affected by the wellbeing of its landscape — just like Colorado, environmental journalist Heather Hansen says.

June 19, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Mozart, Mostly

The Cascade Singers performed “Mostly Mozart” at Zion Luthern Church in The Dalles Saturday and Monday. The selection included Missa Brevis in F Major, Mozart Kanons and Organ Fatasia in F Minor.

June 5, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Hops and Hogs for Father’s Day

If you are looking for something new to do with dad for Father’s Day, the first Gorge Hops and Hogs Fest in downtown The Dalles might be just the ticket. The barbecue contest will be held at the Lewis and Clark Festival Park on Saturday, June 16, and is sponsored by The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce and Sedition Brewing Company.

May 31, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

‘Five women’ opens Friday

The Dalles Theater Company opens Alan Ball’s “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” at the Columbia Gorge Community College theater June 1, with performances 7 p.m. on Fridays June 1 and 8, Saturdays June 2 and 9, with a 2 p.m. Sunday matinee on June 3. Doors open 30 minutes before showtime.

May 30, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Memorial Music

The veteran band "Got Your Six" performs a free concert in Sorosis Park on Memorial Day. The group formed to promote public support for veteran causes. It is named for the military term “Got your back.”

May 29, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Dining with murder, mystery

The Spotlight Players and The Granada Theatre will host a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre, Eileen Moushey’s “The Wedding from Hell,” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 1 and 2.

May 28, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

Searching for memories

No stranger to road-trips, local author Teresa Bruce recommends ditching the overly-convenient GPS and going for big, crinkled fold-out maps instead. Though she currently lives in Washington, D.C., Bruce came home last week to visit family that still lives in Maupin and stopped by Klindt’s on May 14 to talk about her memoir, “The Drive: Searching for Lost Memories on the Pan-American Highway.”

May 22, 2018 3 p.m. read more..


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