All posts by Kathleen Dolan


Meet The Moken

A documentary about the Moken people is a tale of love found at sea. Sailing A Sinking Sea begins with the tale of a princess living on the islands of the Andaman [See More]

What Sahrawi Sounds and Looks Like

The first of two documentaries presented by Sublime Frequencies on Sunday night at the Hollywood Theatre was Palace of the Winds, Hisham Mayet’s field recordings of the people, landscapes and music of [See More]

Woken Up in a Dream
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Woken Up in a Dream

The sea, forest, stone and sky swirl together in green, pink, orange and blue, in Amanda McGlothlin’s cover art for the new EP entitled PWR.HAUS, by the band with the same name. Pine trees look [See More]


The Instruction of Evil

Hannah Arendt and the cold behavior of ideology. Today opens the Portland Jewish Film Festival, presented by Northwest Film Center. Over the next two weeks, 15 films will screen from directors across [See More]

Live at the Alberta Street Pub
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Live at the Alberta Street Pub

When Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble teamed up with songwriter Catherine Feeny and jazz drummer Chris Johnedis, one night at the Alberta Street Pub last November, they produced a great show and live [See More]


How to Serve Those Who Are Serving

Prison Obscura exhibit at Newspace sees the need for humanity to revise Justice. Around 8 p.m. on the Sunday before last, I pulled my bike to the side of Interstate Avenue and [See More]

Found in Time

Linda Austin is “a head of time” in new, ongoing work. Don’t think too much. About the past, or what the bundles of colorful extension cords on the floor mean, or how [See More]