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A Night With Saint Motel

By Clackamas Print / March 11, 2020

Story by Andrew Griffin There was a certain energy I felt when the lights went out in the Roseland Theater and Saint Motel made their way to the stage. It felt charged, like the feeling you get at the top of a rollercoaster as you wait for it to drop. Suddenly the screens on the…

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69 eyes returns to Portland

By Victoria Drews / February 11, 2020

  “Is that lipstick or mace?” the security guard asked me. “It’s lipstick,” I said, pulling out the spiky black tube. “Can you turn up the brightness?” My e-ticket wouldn’t scan. Naturally. “Inside left wrist,” the guy at the ticket booth asks so I can receive my stamp pass after my ticket had finally scanned.…

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Music to kick off the holiday season at CCC

By Clackamas Print / December 3, 2019

As the holiday season nears, Clackamas Community College music students will bring music to your ears. Unless otherwise noted, all performances are at the Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, with an admission cost of $5. Instrumental Jazz Night Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m.: The Clackamas Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo will perform a night of pieces from both…

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Music students have free show on campus

By William Farris / June 4, 2019

On May 30, second year students of the Music Performance and Technology program put on a free performance in front of the Dye Learning Center. The lawn and small stone stage were fixed with chairs and musical equipment in preparation for the live concert that was projected to the campus from noon to 1:30. The…

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Christian Rock mainstay launches farewell tour

By Ian Van Orden / June 11, 2018

  A page closes in Christian rock, this year, as one of the genre’s most well-loved bands says goodbye to its fans. Third Day, one of the most prominent and successful bands in the genre, has chosen to end their run together with a twelve-show tour, giving fans one last opportunity to see them live;…

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Headbangin’ at the Roseland

By Marjorie Guttery / February 21, 2017

  By Marjorie Guttery A mixture of pop punk, emo and metal surrounded the Roseland Theater on Feb. 9 just minutes after the doors opened. Dead Girls Academy started playing the opening for the 2017 “The End is Here” tour. This is common, but when I first walked in, just by observation I had the…

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