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Lessons Learned | Bumbershoot 2009

Posted by Nathalie Weinstein & Meagan Kate First, we want to apologize to you all for not putting this up sooner. Coming home from Bumbershoot was overwhelming since Nathalie has a real job and Meagan had some life-bombs dropped. We were going to leave our Bumbershoot coverage at the two main posts, but we had […]

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Nathalie & Meagan Take Bumbershoot | Day One

Posted by Meagan Kate & Nathalie Weinstein Well, kids – after a long and arduous train journey filled with grouchy old people and screaming children we arrived in Seattle. Friday night is a moot point because we spent it with Meagan's cousins and frankly, we drank a lot. Meagan did some very fancy footwork at […]

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Rai Villanueva: Live Art | Friday, September 4 @ Egyptian Club

Posted by Meagan Kate Portland artist brings aerosol indoors Calling Portland a creative town is an understatement; many Portlanders consider themselves artists, live with artists, work with artists. Few, however, are gaining popularity as quickly as Rai Villanueva. Rai's medium and live art appearances have gotten her some unique opportunities and an impressive fanbase. After […]

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Nathalie & Meagan Take Bumbershoot | September 5-7th, Seattle

Looking for Portland weekend events? Check out our list here! Posted by Meagan Kate Well, PDX Pipeline readers, we have exciting news! Fellow writer Nathalie Weinstein and I will be attending the Bumbershoot Music Festival next weekend. Bumbershoot®: Seattle's Music & Arts Festival is in it's 39th year drawing the best in comedy, music, theatre, […]

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May 21: Attend a Free Lecture on the Blues at the Library!

Local bluesman Steve Cheseborough plays and talks blues with equal mastery. In this class, Steve will present a live performance, lecture, old recordings, readings and discussion. The focus is on the 1900s-1930s, when the music developed and emerged from sharecroppers' shacks and country jukes to become the dominant sound of the world's popular music. Made […]

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Scartch PDX, Portland, Oregon

Dec 15 Reminder | ScratchPDX, "Portland's Perfomance Playground"

  Performance Lab A monthly open stage night which provides a venue for performance artists of all genres  to explore new material and get crucial feedback.  Audiences have the opportunity to see local artists working at various stages of the creative process. Dance, music, storytelling, clown, puppetry, stand-up, short plays, improvisation. Seasoned performers. People stepping […]

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Things to Do This Weekend: NW, SE, SW, NoPo

Oh yeah, Dj Pretty Please is at Moloko Plus on Mississippi as well More coming later this evening (probably) and tomorrow (definitely)… Dec 7 | First Friday at Jáce Gáce | "The Closest It Gets From A Safe Distance" De 7 | First Friday Means Sweat Fest/Hot Mess at The Tube | "Get You Laid" […]

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DJ Magneto in Atlanta, ERS-ONE

Daily Stank Image Bank | Dec 7 | First Friday at GoodFoot Lounge | DJ Magneto is Here and He Likes Burgers

From Portland Hamburgers Burger Tour: ERS-ONE/Magneto (Atlanta) You never know where the BurgerBlogger shows up these days (lots more coming soon). You can see him at the Goodfoot (2845 SE Stark) this Friday for his monthly night the “First Friday Super Jam” From PDXPIPELINE Daily Stank Image Bank: SPINNAFACE at the Goodfoot Lounge November 30, […]

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Dec 6-8 Reminder | Luciana Proaño's "Chaski"–"intense, yet playful study of endurance and the insignificance of time"

From Earlier Post: December Events from Performance Works NW & other Portland artists & groups November 29, 2007 — lindapaustin |:: Dec. 6-8 | Luciana Proaño's "Chaski" Thursday-Saturday, December 6-8 @ 7:00pm Info/tickets: or 503-977-0620 Chaski is a multimedia presentation about endurance and trance, inspired by the Inca Andean runners. A new version of a […]

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