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Milk movie Premier, Arlene Schnitzer, Portland, Oregon

Review: Portland (Harvey) Milk Movie Premier Event at Arlene Schnitzer

By Saundra Sorenson It was fitting that the red carpet premiere of Gus Van Sant’s Milk opened with a riotous performance by March Fourth, a group of cabaret-inspired high school marching band refugees (and the requisite color guard hula girls and be-stilted cheerleaders), for, as visiting author John Hodgman put it at last week’s Wordstock, […]

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March 9: Portland International Women's Day is On

This begins in about ten minutes and continues until eight tonight, plenty of time to get down there and enjoy. This was lifted from Portlandaphile. This Sunday you can catch performances by the amazing belly dance troupe Urban Berbers, the sassy, clever and beautiful hip-hop duo the Alphabetics, Rock n Roll Camp for Girls grads […]

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The Rainy States Portland Oregon

Sept 28, 29: The Rainy States at PSU and Satyricon

Sent over from Benjamin of the rainy states hello all. we just wanted to write and let you know about some shows we have coming up in the next couple of weeks. also, please check out our pages at and friday, september 28th @ p.s.u. in the park (noon, free) saturday, september 29th […]

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iPhone Pic of Portland State Vikings Tickets

Daily Stank Image Bank: Portland State Vikings Tickets

To continue to appease the Mac gods and Steve Jobs (“our dear leader”), another picture taken with an iPhone (not bad at all). These are my season tickets to the Portland State Vikings. Also, you have deliscious Endangered Species DARK Chocolate also–“10% of net profits donated to help support species, habitat and humanity“–bought at the […]

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Flexcar is "So Hot Right Now"

I just put up a new post over at Portland Metroblogger about the apparent Hansel-like popularity of the Flexcar system. Here is one more piece of info: YOUR CARD WILL BE CHARGED 1 Application Fee for Standard in Portland Area: $0.00 1 Annual Membership fee: $0.00 Total your card will be charged: $0.00 It's good […]

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Salmon For Sandy Art in the Pearl

August 8: PSU Noon Lecture Series: "Art in the Streets: Contemporary Art in Public Spaces,"

This is your last chance to catch one of these Portland State summer events. Wednesday, August 8, "Art in the Streets: Contemporary Art in Public Spaces," Zerrin Iren Boynudelik (Turkey) A professor of art and design at Yildiz Technical University in Turkey, Zerrin Iren Boynudelik spent part of the 2004—05 academic year as a Fulbright […]

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PSU Noon Lectures this week on "Birds" (art, Sue Taylor) and Venerable Geshe Kalsang Damdul (Tibet) –free

From PORT: Sue Taylor on The Birds at PSU, July 17th Here is a chance to hear noted Art Historian Sue Taylor's very popular lectures on Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds. Sue is a corresponding editor for Art in America and the cornerstone of Portland State University's art department. She often focuses on psychoanalytic elements of […]

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July 7- PDX-based Sustainability Film--"Architecture to Zuchini" at 5th Ave. Cinema - free

July 7- PDX-based Sustainability Film–"Architecture to Zuchini" at 5th Ave. Cinema – free

SATURDAY, JULY 7 The PSU MIM Sustainability Group Presents A FREE SHOWING OF…. “Architecture to Zucchini: The People, Companies and Organizations Pioneering Sustainability” – Time: 6:30pm on Saturday, July 7 – Location: Fifth Avenue Cinema (510 SW Hall St.) – Program length: 60 minutes – Networking with sustainability students! This movie is an exploration of […]

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Portland State- Sustainability Speaker– Thursday, 09 Nov, from 4:45 to 6:00pm, in SBA 190.

“The Portland State University chapter of Net Impact is hosting a presentation by New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, and Net Impact founder Mark Albion. Tag line: “Come hear one of the most dedicated social entrepreneurs talk about environmentally and socially sustainable leadership in the business world.” For more on Sustainability–

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