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Have you ever Googled a tremoloa? If not, it’s time to hit the keyboard so you’ll know what to expect when the Lincoln County Historical Society hosts its annual Holiday Gathering this Saturday, Dec. 1. Read more

Artwork that literally puts the Oregon Coast on the map will be unveiled this Friday, Nov. 30, as tourism officials gather in Yachats to celebrate the westernmost stop on the Oregon Mural Trail. Read more

Veteran Shakespeare actor Josiah (JP) Phillips will join with poet Chris Ransick for an afternoon of culture at The Red Roof in Gleneden Beach this Sunday, Nov. 25. Read more

The Manzanita Film Series will continue this Friday, Nov. 16, with a screening of “Kicking Bird,” a feature film written and directed by Oregon native Kelley Baker. Read more

Music education in Lincoln City schools will soon benefit from the fund-raising efforts of a newly formed nonprofit, Music is Instrumental. Read more

All are welcome on Saturday, Nov. 17, as the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians holds its annual Restoration Pow-Wow at Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City. Read more

The 13th season of The Met: Live in HD, will continue this Saturday, Nov. 10, with a screening of “Marnie,” the second new opera created for the Metropolitan Opera by composer Nico Muhly. Read more

Sir Ian McKellen is the kind of actor who can captivate viewers even when asked to act for hours in front of green screens and perform alongside computer generated goblins. Read more

Nehalem’s Riverbend Players will serve up a slice of small-town, feel-good Americana this Friday, Nov. 9, as the curtain goes up on “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” Read more

Senior editors and directors from Oregon ArtsWatch will be in Newport this Friday, Nov. 2, for a panel discussion about the organization’s mission and the state of the arts in Oregon. Read more

Music education in Lincoln City schools will soon benefit from the fund-raising efforts of a newly formed nonprofit, Music is Instrumental. Read more

Sir Ian McKellen is the kind of actor who can captivate viewers even when asked to act for hours in front of green screens and perform alongside computer generated goblins. Read more

Nehalem’s Riverbend Players will serve up a slice of small-town, feel-good Americana this Friday, Nov. 9, as the curtain goes up on “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” Read more

Senior editors and directors from Oregon ArtsWatch will be in Newport this Friday, Nov. 2, for a panel discussion about the organization’s mission and the state of the arts in Oregon. Read more

The Met: Live in HD will continue its 13th season of big-screen spectaculars with a showing of “La Fanciulla del West” this Saturday, Oct. 27. Read more

The Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival will return to Manzanita this Friday, Oct. 26, with screenings of six short international films at the Hoffman Center for the Arts. Read more

Music, song, dance and storytelling will share the spotlight this Sunday, Oct. 21, as the Baha’is of Newport host their annual Diversity Day, with everyone invited to join the fun. Read more

The Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival is rolling back toward the Oregon Coast, with screenings scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 25, through Sunday, Oct. 28, in Newport and Lincoln City. Read more

In late September, soprano Anna Netrebko sang the lead role of “Aida” for the first time at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. And thanks to The Met: Live in HD, audiences in Newport can watch her scintillating performance on the big screen this Saturday, Oct. 13. Read more

Tango-infused chamber music will intertwine with the spontaneous creation of visual art this Saturday, Oct. 13, as Sound of Nature, Sound of Art returns to the Lincoln City Cultural Center. Read more

Forget the popcorn and load up on the Kibble — the films on offer at Lincoln City’s Bijou Theatre this Saturday, Sept. 22, are designed with a refined canine audience in mind. Read more

The Westwind camp and wilderness area will honor Oregon’s most iconic fish this Sunday, Sept. 9, with “Welcome the Salmon Home,” a community event to celebrate the late summer and fall salmon run. Read more

Oregon Coast author Harold Titus will read from his novel exploring the culture and conflicts of Algonquian villagers this Saturday, Sept. 8, in Newport. Read more

Everyone knows the last chapters of a book are when the really good stuff starts happening; so don’t be alarmed if you missed the first session of the “Memoir Writing Made Easy” course in Newport — the best is yet to come. Read more

The International Society of Experimental Artists (ISEA) will try something new this Friday, Sept. 7 — holding its 27th Annual Juried Exhibition on the Oregon Coast. Read more

The flavors and rhythms of South America will fill the Newport Performing Arts Center on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 22 and 23, at a fund-raiser benefitting Toledo’s Ollalla Center for Children and Families. Read more

A Celebration of Life for well-known Oregon Coast photographer Scott Blackman will double as a fund-raiser for the Newport Performing Arts Center on Monday, Aug. 20. Read more

Portland ceramicist Maya Vivas will be the guest speaker at the Monday, Aug. 20, Mingle and Muse, held at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology just north of Lincoln City. Read more

The annual Nesika Illahee Pow-Wow will see dancers and dignitaries from many Tribal nations descend upon the Pauline Ricks Memorial Pow-Wow Grounds in Siletz from Friday, Aug. 10, to Sunday, Aug. 12. Read more

If all that comes to mind when you think about Karl Marx is a grouchy looking, bearded dude banging on about the means of production, then you are missing half the story. Read more

The Oregon Coastal Quilters Guild will present its annual show, Quilts by the Sea, this Friday and Saturday, Aug. 3 and 4, at the Newport Recreation Center. Read more

As part of the Bijou Theatre Newport Film Series, “The Reluctant Radical” will premiere in Newport at the Performing Arts Center on July 22 and 23 at 7 pm. Admission is free and the screenings will be followed by a live Q&A session with director Lindsey Grayzel and the subject of the fil… Read more

Thanks to this modern world, you can now enjoy the a theatre production from London’s National Theatre without the hassle that flying in this modern world has become. Shown on the big screen at the Newport Performing Arts Center, the classic, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” will beam from the Young… Read more

Fans new and old of the composer Ernest Bloch, who settled in Agate beach at the height of his career, can join members of the Ernest Bloch Legacy Project as they host a schedule of events to highlight the dedication of the Ernest Bloch Memorial Wayside in Newport. Read more

The rich culture and history of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians will be on display this Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20, at the Siletz Indian Fair. Read more

The Lincoln City Cultural Center will play host to some of the most promising dancers in the state this Saturday, May 19, as Oregon Ballet Theatre’s junior company, OBT2, takes to the stage. Read more

This Saturday’s Culture, Of Course! fund-raising gala will see acclaimed jazz vocalist Halie Loren take to the stage at the Lincoln City Cultural Center against an ocean-inspired backdrop. Read more

Jules Massenet’s sumptuous take on the Cinderella fairy tale will fill the big screen at the Newport Performing Arts Center this Saturday, April 28, as The Met: Live in HD concludes its 2017-18 season with “Cendrillon.” Read more

At seven miles long and just a few blocks wide, Lincoln City has always been a bit of a funny place. But this peculiarly skinny town will be funnier than ever when the Undertow Comedy Festival makes its debut on Thursday, April 26. Read more

Oregon Coast creators Sandy and Scott Blackman will unveil their new book cataloging the color and dynamism of the Oregon Country Fair this Friday, April 20, at Café Mundo in Newport. Read more

Food fans can get their hands on treasure maps with a difference this Saturday, April 14, as Visit Tillamook Coast hosts a launch party for the North Coast Food Trail. Read more

The challenges and triumphs of female big wave surfers fighting sexism will provide the climax to the Surf n’ Stewardship Film Series this Friday, April 6, in Newport. Read more

Oregon Coast landscape photographer Walter Duvall will be the guest speaker when the Coastal Arts Guild meets for lunch on Thursday, April 5, in Newport. Read more

With music, dancing, great food and spirited conversation, St. Patrick’s Day often seems like too big of a celebration to squeeze into a single night. So, the Lincoln City Cultural Center is doubling the fun with a two-night party on Friday and Saturday, March 16 and 17, offering a tradition… Read more

March and April will bring a host of opera gems to the big screen in Newport, as the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts presents the 2017-18 season of The Met Opera Live in HD. Read more

Passengers aboard the Newport Adventure Van will be treated to some high culture on Saturday, March 10, when they disembark to a screening of Rossini’s “Semiramide.” Read more

The Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival returns to Manzanita this Friday, Feb. 23, with a collection of six short international films. Read more

Three different nations’ takes on World Heritage Sites will be on display this weekend as the Yachats Commons showcases entries from the 2016 International Challenge Art Quilt Show. Read more