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Join us for poetry readings, in Arabic and English, by members of Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here! Coalition. The March 5, 2007, bombing of the “ancient bookseller’s street” in Baghdad is remembered as the street of the Shabandar Café, where Iraqi writers, intellectuals and ordinary people would congregate to work and converse. This was an attack on books and on ideas that pierced the heart of San Francisco poet and bookseller Beau Beausoliel who has put out numerous calls for artist, printers, poets, writers and print makers to respond to this attack. In 2019, more than 30 cities, around the world, including Portland, are celebrating this stand for culture. Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here! Coalition of Oregon has celebrated hope and joy to defeat terrorism every year since 2014.
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*"Slickly professional in every particular..."* **The LA Times** *"A palpable sense of infectious goofiness..."* **The LA Weekly** Our third year in Stumptown! Fake Radio proudly presents its first show of the 2019 season: our recreation of Lux Radio Theatre’s hit 1944 broadcast of "Casablanca"! Joining the cast is famed guest star Mindy Sterling, the acclaimed comic actor, and voice artist. Mindy is best known for her portrayal of "Frau Farbissina", Dr. Evil's wife, in all of the "Austin Powers" movies. **Times:** Doors at 7pm Curtain at 8pm **Tix:** $20 for general admission $25 for VIP seating in the first two rows **FB Event Page:** https://www.facebook.com/events/2799839100056615/ Featuring top talent from both Portland and Los Angeles, Fake Radio will re-enact this hit radio show the old-fashioned way: dressed in period clothing and standing with scripts in hand in front of old microphones. Sound and music effects will make you feel like you're watching a live radio recording from the 1940s. We'll even re-create the old commercials! Just be ready for the cast to occasionally go off-script! **"Casablanca"** Set over a backdrop of adventure and cunning double-crosses, this classic story begins with a charming and cool American expatriate named Rick. Rick owns a café and gaming parlor which lies at the heart of the French-controlled city of Casablanca. When a femme fatale enters his café, Rick is forced to confront his painful past. As the Nazis and the French police tighten their control over his city, Rick is forced to make a difficult decision. Will he choose to love one, special woman or help a leader of The Resistance to escape from Casablanca and continue his fight against the Nazis. The 1943 film was so popular, that it was adapted for the radio and broadcast in 1944 on CBS for the Lux Radio Theatre, starring Alan Ladd, Hedy Lamarr, and John Loder.  For almost 20 years, "Fake Radio" has been delighting audiences and critics alike with their unique re-creations of classic radio shows from 1938 - 1958. Their shows transport audiences back in time to a live taping of an old-time-radio show. The troupe performs in the same fashion popularized during the Golden Age: cast members dress in period clothing, standing before old microphones, scripts in hand, re-creating classic stories while all of the sound effects are perfectly synchronized. The troupe's well-known hallmark is expertly blending the original broadcast scripts — including the absurd commercials! — with unexpected improvisation. Over time, the troupe has garnered the respect and participation of a host of well-known actors and comedians. Previous Fake Radio guest stars include: Emmy Award winners John Larroquette, Ray Romano & Marcia Wallace; Comedy legends Fred Willard, The Kids in the Hall, & Phil Proctor from The Firesign Theatre; noted alternative comedians Tom Kenny, Maria Bamford & Rick Overton; well-established TV actors such as Jeff Garlin, John Lynch, Debra Skelton & Dean Cain; and even one of the original cast members from Saturday Night Live: Larraine Newman.
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Sunday, March 31, 2019 from 2:30-3:30pm
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Soulful. Sultry. Jazzy. Robbi Kumalo transforms audiences. Her exquisite voice, electrifying smile and joyful stage presence mixed with powerful interpretations, impassioned vocals, and improvised commentary span musical genres and languages. In her The Great Ladies of Jazz, Kumalo pays homage to many powerhouses like Simone, Makeba, Franklin, Fitzgerald, O'Day, Flack, Pearl Bailey, Vaughan, Adams and King with originals spotted in between. Wit, personality and musical spontaneity flavors her performances, inviting the heart of every listener inside.
Sunday, March 31, 2019 from 4-6pm
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Portland's 11th Annual Dia do Choro Concert Celebrating Brazilian Composers of Choro Music and MORE! Choro music is roots jazz from Brazil, and considered Brazil's first "urban pop" music. In this unique show you will experience a wide range of pieces of Choro and other genres by many of Brazil's most important 20th century composers, such as Pixinguinha and Jacob do Bandolim. 3 acts in one show! Tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053951 Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/344669622798227/
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Thanks to the blue wave we built in 2018, Democrats in the House of Representatives are on the OFFENSE passing bills that are For the People. At Indivisible Tuesday with staff from Senator Wyden and Rep. Blumenauer, we will continue to be the drumbeat for Congressional oversight and for bills to protect and help the American people.
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Rose City Antifa presents: Challenging the Both Sides Narrative: Difference Between Fascist & Antifa Movements in the Trump Era with Dr. Stanislav Vysotsky The campaign and election of Donald Trump to the presidency brought a number of movements into the public consciousness. Among them were various factions of the extreme right-wing of American politics. White supremacists and other bigots associated with the "alt right" saw Trump's candidacy as an opportunity to spread their message to a wider audience. Antifascist groups mobilized in response to these public displays of fascism, which brought these conflicts out of the underground and into the streets. This talk will provide an overview of contemporary fascist and antifascist movements with a focus on the key differences between them. Stanislav Vysotsky, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. His research on the militant antifascist movement and the relationship between threat, space, subculture, and social movement activism has been published in journals such as Interface: A Journal for and about Social Movements, Critical Criminology, and the book Inside Antifa: The Tactics, Culture, and Practice of Militant Antifascism (forthcoming, Routledge). He has also published research on fascist and supremacist movements in the Journal of Political and Military Sociology, Journal of Crime and Justice, Journal of Hate Studies, as well as several edited volumes. His current research is focused on analyzing the dynamics between protesters, counter-protesters, and police at fascist rallies. https://www.rosecityantifa.org/ Promotional sponsorship by KBOO 90.7 Community Radio https://kboo.fm/
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"Priced Out is an investigative and personal look at how skyrocketing housing prices are displacing Portland's black community and reshaping the entire city. The feature-length documentary explores the complexities and contradictions of gentrification and what neighborhood life means after the era of "The Ghetto." The film is a sequel to the 2002 documentary NorthEast Passage: The Inner City and the American Dream. Priced Out premiered locally on Nov. 1 2017, at the Northwest Filmmaker's Festival. Since it debuted the film has screened cities from Los Angeles to Boston. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and local social activists. Made possible by The National Endowment for the Humanities Fund of The Library Foundation.
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Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 6-8pm
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We're bringing the Gorge Wine tasting experience to Portland! Taste the beautiful wines of the Gorge, pouring under the same roof for one night only. We invite you to discover the Gorge Wine region and experience the expression of 40 miles of intense geography and transitioning climates. The Gorge Wine region is a powerful place. It’s a place of extremes—in climate, scenery, and style of wine—where the astounding beauty of the landscape is inextricable from its allure as a world-class wine region. It’s a modern frontier, of sorts, undergoing discovery and growth while holding fast to what makes it special. The extreme conditions that shape the wine are unique to this region—to be sensed, embraced, and celebrated. Creativity is at the heart of the vision for Gorge Wine. The region is marked by an intrepid spirit that seeks to craft something extraordinary through inspiration in dialog with the land. General Admission includes complimentary tastings from all attending wineries, light hors-d'oeuvres, and a commemorative wine glass to keep. VIP Ticket: For those wanting a more intimate and elevated experience, we recommend a VIP ticket to gain early admission and access to a private VIP section with special tastings, small bites, wine education, and more. Only 50 VIP tickets are available, so act fast. Note: VIP and Trade Admission hours are 5-8pm, and the event is open to VIPs & Trade ONLY from 5-6pm; Event opens at 6 pm for General Admission ticket holders. Must be 21 to attend. Proof of age required at check-in.
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Sunday, April 14, 2019 from 2-3:30pm
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Celebrate National Poetry Month with poets from Street Roots! Street Roots is a local weekly newspaper that provides economic opportunities each year to more than 700 vendors who are experiencing homelessness and poverty. Street Roots also has a thriving community of poets and writers. Come listen to some of the talented poets read their work. Snacks provided.
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Join Indivisible Oregon to advocate with Sen. Merkley's staff for laws and policies that are just and for the people. We advocate with our Members of Congress to preserve and protect our democracy and human rights.
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Join Overcup Press author, Liz Prato, at Powell's Books, Inc. (downtown location) to celebrate her new book, "Volcanoes, Palm Trees, and Privilege: Essays on Hawai‘i on April 16, 2019, with an introduction by Karen Karbo (author of "In Praise of Difficult Women"). Liz has lots of fun surprises planned to give the audience more than a reading. The event starts at 7:30pm, and you'll be able to get your copy of the book signed!
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Join JCWC and the City of Gresham for a fun and important day of plant care! We’ll be meeting at Liberty Ave (AKA Ochioto) site to mulch many new plantings and remove invasive species around them that hinder biodiversity. WHY: Mulching provides many benefits to new plantings. Aside from helping with weed control, mulch retains water in the soil around new plantings and contributes to soil health. Oftentimes, precious mycelium (AKA fungi) develops in the barkdust and other organic material used to mulch. To the human eye, mycelium looks like a network of white web-like material and the mushrooms we see are actually more like blossoms that emerge from the vegetative mycelium below. It helps break everything down into new fresh soil, and even acts as a vast web of communication between trees and other plants that lie beneath the ground surface. Please RSVP today so we know how many people to expect! Many thanks to our generous volunteer program funders The Mintkeski Family Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation for making this day possible!
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Enjoy an afternoon concert at Portland's venerable listening room Cafe Artichoke with award-winning singer songwriter Claudia Nygaard (Kerrville Folk Festival, Tumbleweed Music Festival and other competitions) and International Western Music Association Top-5 Cowboy Poet Tom Swearingen. Both are releasing new albums at this show.
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Get ready to boogie for the cats! The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is hosting the 21st Annual Furball Fundraiser with the theme: Caturday Night Fever! This popular event often sells out with over 325 guests attending, and with your support, we will turn the good vibes into fab funding for spaying/neutering feral, stray and pet cats. When you buy a ticket to Caturday Night Fever you directly benefit the cats, the people who care for them, and the greater community. You won’t want to be a wallflower for this dance, so be sure to hustle over your support. To purchase tickets visit: www.feralcats.com/furball The evening will include LIVE and Silent auction packages, Wall of Wine, Raffle and Games, Photo Booth, and of course some Disco Dancing! Ticket includes food and open bar (wine, beer and one specialty cocktail). Join us for what is sure to be a memorable event - we encourage our guests to dress up in theme!
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The Northwest Brain Tumor Walk offers individuals and teams a chance to honor and remember loved ones, connect with others interested in the brain tumor cause, and helps to educate the local community on the diverse needs of the brain tumor community. You’re invited to join us at the 15th Annual Northwest Brain Tumor Walk. Register today and walk with us at the Moda Center on Sunday, May 5, 2019.
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