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Archive | July, 2008

Amneisa Brewery and Dingo on Tall Bike

Last Thursday on Alberta Goes Car-Free

Well, Not quite, but according to Jonathan at BikePortland, there is more movement in that direction. I think it is a great idea and if the city can't officially make it happen (yet), then this community-style experiment is a good start. Excerpt from BikePortland: Johannesson also has a creative idea for dealing with any cars […]

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An Interview with Pasha, Portland's Gypsy Photographer

Pasha is self-taught, proving again how a tool can transcend its definition. Her lens penetrates the surface of her subjects like a razor-sharp scalpel, revealing a staggering depth of emotion, transforming both what is photographed as well as those who view the finished work.  Born on a kitchen table from the womb of a self-proclaimed […]

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July 5 | First Friday Art Show | Klutch | Edge of Belmont

KLUTCH!. A message/PR from Shannon at Edge of Belmont: Trinity, a three-person show, explores where the razor's edge and pop culture collide. Dan Ness, Jeremy Okai Davis, and Klutch bring a street sensibility that imprints what art strives to be—fun, provocative and insightful. Jeremy Okai Davis' portraits are striking and playful—catalog models, strippers and dudes […]

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