• The opening reception of the Disjecta exhibition in Portland included a salon of the works viewed by curator Michelle Grabner. Though these pieces were not selected for the Biennial, Grabner wanted to feature a piece from each artist she considered. Baker City’s Hillery Lay has a piece, right, featured at the salon. (Mika Morton photo)

    MODERN ART SHOW

    Twenty-five Oregon venues are hosting artist exhibitions as part of the Portland2016 Biennial, including two La Grande locations. Art Center East and The Liberty Theatre Foundation will host a joint […]

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  • The horse parade signifies natives returning to their homelands in the Wallowa Valley. This year’s parade starts 9 a.m. July 23 as part of the 26th annual Tamkaliks Celebration.

    Powwow honors Nez Perce presence

    WALLOWA — The Nez Perce presence in the Wallowa Valley is still strong, recently completing a longhouse for spiritual connection and currently preparing for the 26th annual Tamkaliks Celebration. The […]

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  • The Fire trio members, from left, Rebecca Lomnicky, Adam Hendey and David Brewer will join Pendleton’s acoustic guitarist Peter Willis to form a Scottish quartet at 7 p.m. July 22 in Pendleton.

    California-based trio joins local musician

    PENDLETON — A Scottish quartet that sold out the Pendleton Center for the Arts with its previous two appearances is back again this month. Rebecca Lomnicky, David Brewer and Adam […]

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  • A policeman, played by Charles Voechting-Mitchell, arrests David Tuttle, played by Daniel Lutz, on the suspicion that he is the Santa burglar in “Sorry, Wrong Chimney,” a comedy of errors. (Lisa Britton/ Go! Staff)

    Comedy showcases Christmas in July

    BAKER CITY — Deep in the middle of summer, many wish for a wintry-type breeze to cool off. While no snow will fall inside the Iron Gate Theatre this weekend, […]

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  • The Grande Ronde Symphony will fund a new Eastern Oregon University scholarship for string musicians.

    QUICK TAKES: July 20

    Discussions at Crow’s Shadow Institute PENDLETON — Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts will host two artist discussions this week. Samantha Wall, Crow’s Shadow’s current artist-in-residence, will talk from 5 […]

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  • Hank

    ‘Wanderin’ Minstrel’ returns to Baker City

    BAKER CITY — On a whim, Hank Cramer stopped at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center one day, resulting in 16 years of musical performances in Baker City. He […]

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    Bakers, cooks rejoice the season of fruit

    The story always begins at the orchard, sitting on the porch with tired farmers, sipping a glass of wine and watching the colors change on the hills as the sun […]

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The opening reception of the Disjecta exhibition in Portland included a salon of the works viewed by curator Michelle Grabner. Though these pieces were not selected for the Biennial, Grabner wanted to feature a piece from each artist she considered. Baker City’s Hillery Lay has a piece, right, featured at the salon. (Mika Morton photo)

MODERN ART SHOW

Twenty-five Oregon venues are hosting artist exhibitions as part of the Portland2016 Biennial, including two La Grande locations. Art Center East and The Liberty Theatre […]

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