The Pentacle Theatre’s performance of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” starts Friday, and runs through Sept. 2. In the play, a teenager investigates the unexpected death of his neighbor’s dog.
A small group gathered in Riverfront Park on the anniversary of the U.S.’s atomic bombing of Hiroshima to fold paper cranes and discuss nuclear weapons abolition.
A helicopter, fire trucks and free books were among the highlights at this year’s Riverfront Family Fest, put on by Family Building Blocks.
Gracie Laukkanen, 17, carried her Salem softball team to victory in a weekend tournament, pitching six winning games after spending a season working to improve her speed.
Riverfront Park hosts a concert, a day of free family activities and a peace rally this weekend. Here’s your guide to fun in Salem for Friday, Aug. 4 – Sunday, Aug. 6.
Englewood Forest Festival returns for its fifth year to celebrate the environment and local art in northeast Salem.
A crop of semi-competitive zucchini racers turned out at Salem’s Center 50+ Tuesday night to test their engineering and art skills as they made squash into cars and raced down a painted track.
Kids and steam-powered machines converged over the weekend at Powerland Heritage Park for an annual celebration of Oregon’s machine heritage.
With a background in public health, Elaine Lozier facilitates hard conversations as the new executive director of the Mid-Willamette Valley Homeless Alliance.
Basketballers took over Salem’s streets all weekend as the Hoopla tournament saw record turnout.