Can three people really cover 37 Shakespeare plays in less than two hours? They will in this fast-paced comedy opening this weekend.
The Dalles supports a variety of book groups; some genre-specific, others open ended and eclectic; each distinctive because of member make-up and the time and place they meet.
The work of area high and middle school artists is on display at The Dalles Art Center, the second of two youth shows this winter, and area residents are encouraged to vote their favorite piece for the “People’s Choice” award.
Bill Ketchum landed a victory at Friday’s Dancing with the Gorge Stars competition by wearing his father’s United Airlines pilot uniform and soaring to the song “Come Fly with Me.”
Live. Work. Connect. With those three small words, Opportunity Connections —- a nonprofit organization that assists people with disabilities in The Dalles, Hood River and elsewhere in the Columbia River Gorge — accurately describes its approach to helping people.
Practices have been underway for three evenings for six local contestants in the 2017 Dancing with the Gorge Stars competition that takes place Friday evening.
When the new year arrives, Portland will be exporting some laughter to the city of The Dalles. Starting in January, Route 30 Bottles & Brews, at 317 E. Second Street in downtown The Dalles, will be featuring comedy acts every first Saturday of the month.
Six contestants in the upcoming 2017 Dancing with the Gorge Stars competition got advice Monday evening from past winners — and some who didn’t take home the Mirror Ball Trophy.
The Dalles Worship Choir is in its 12th season and will be performing “The Journey of Christmas – Share the Story,” in two churches this week.
Photos from the 2016 Festival of Trees
Arts & Entertainment caldendar from Nov. 17.
The Wasco County Fair and Rodeo Board of Directors unanimously approved a motion to hold the Wasco County Fair Aug. 24 through 27 in 2017.
Students at The Dalles High School had the rare, and perhaps nerve-wracking, distinction this week of performing a play for the man who wrote it.
Nonprofit events calendar from Nov. 8.