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It’s not just about Harley Davidson or Sun and Surf anymore.
The “American Pickers,” Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, are heading to Oregon and Washington this August and they are looking for leads throughout the region, specifically interesting characters with interesting items and lots of them.
Local artist Jordan Slinkard will be among the more than 90 vendors at this weekend’s Aberdeen Art Walk and Midnight Cruizers Rod Fest.
Back in the 1970s, rock ‘n’ roll ruled the roost in America. Country music was a struggling musical genre, while touring acts such as The Eagles, the Grateful Dead, The Who and Santana were packing stadiums and arenas nationwide.
The ninth annual edition of the Tokeland Wood & Art Fest will be staged on the grounds of the historic Tokeland Hotel this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and continue Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission to the festival is free.
The Museum of the North Beach will be hosting its second annual Heritage Fair from 5-8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, at the Ocean Shores Convention Center.
Local talent will bring punk rock band Green Day’s powerhouse album to life on the Bishop Center stage tonight. The four-performance production is an electric-rock musical of youthful disillusion, based on the Grammy Award winning multi-platinum album “American Idiot.”
The second annual Kurt Cobain Days festival is this Friday and Saturday in downtown Aberdeen. The two-day event, which celebrates the life of rock legend Kurt Cobain, is open to the public free of charge.
Rehearsal is in full swing for the 7th Street Kids rendition of Disney’s classic “The Little Mermaid” held July 29-31 at the 7th St. Theatre in Hoquiam.
Days after its release, Pokemon Go has become a fast-moving phenomenon, drawing flash mob-type crowds searching neighborhoods, parks and urban streets for imaginary characters on their smartphones.
A movie about what pets do during the day is a winning premise. Of course we want to know what those adorable creatures with whom we share our lives are up to, and so “The Secret Life of Pets” is here to explore those possibilities. Turns out their days are much more dramatic and crazier than ours, with all sorts of underworld pet societies and warring animal factions. There’s apparently a lot to keep secret in the lives of these pets.
The Driftwood Players will open their summer production on Friday night — a one-man show titled “Buyer & Cellar.”
Justin Hayward, longtime singer-songwriter for the Moody Blues will perform at the D&R Theatre in Aberdeen on Thursday night. The show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are available, ranging from $40 to $60. (There is a also a $4 service charge for each ticket .)