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Powell's Books Presents Bob Odenkirk in Conversation With Cheryl Strayed
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Revolution Hall (Mon Mar 7)
The Expo Center Like Add to a List COVID-19 testing site has been temporarily closed from January 14-24, The Oregonian reports. Operations are being handed off from OHSU to the Oregon Health Authority, who will reopen the site as a high volume center seven days a week. OHSU has opened a drive-through site at its Marquam Hill campus and will open a second indoor testing site at one of their South Waterfront clinics on Monday, January 24. Both sites will operate from 7:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, by appointment only.
TriMet launched several new features on their website this week, including upgraded Trip Tools and an interactive homepage, a real-time location tracker for buses and trains, smart location search, and trip interfacing with e-scooters, Uber, and BIKETOWN.
Business Oregon has announced the first of three grant programs to help arts venues in Oregon. The first grant opportunity has allocated $5 million to be awarded to independent movie theaters (up to $40,000 per theater) that saw losses due to COVID-19. The application goes live Monday, January 24, and will be open through Wednesday, February 9.
Patricia Reser Center for the Arts Like Add to a List , a multi-disciplinary “world-class” arts center, is set to open in central Beaverton in spring 2022. The venue will feature a 550-seat theater, a 1,800-square foot multi-use space called “the lab,” and a public art gallery dedicated to showing four exhibits of 2D and 4D art per year.