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May 30, 2015
Doors at 6:30pm, Show at 7:30pm | All Ages
$20 ADV / $25 Doors / $35 VIP / $15 Students
1300 SE Stark Street, Portland, OR
Live Wire celebrates the end of the spring season with a compelling night of comedy and insight from advice columnist Amy Dickinson, actress and author Maria Bello, Death, Sex and Money podcast host Anna Sale, and more to be announced soon, with music by Sean Rowe.
If you’ve ever seen The Cooler, A History of Violence or the American version of Prime Suspect, you already know that actress Maria Bello is just straight up cool. Now you have a chance to cement that belief with her new book, Whatever…Love is Love, the story of how she came to terms with her non-traditional family.
NYTimes bestselling author Amy Dickinson has been offering sound advice to the readers of the Chicago Tribune since 2003, where her brand of no-nonsense wisdom has spread to over 200 newspapers, along with appearances on All Things Considered, CBS Sunday Morning and Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me, among others.
A frequent contributor to This American Life, Marketplace, Studio 360 and other public radio behemoths, Anna Sale is now the host of WNYC’s “Death, Sex and Money,” the show you should never, ever listen to at the Thanksgiving table with your aunt Edna. It just wouldn’t be polite.
Singer/songwriter Sean Rowe’s voice is so deep and resonant it almost sounds like he’s singing in slow motion. His latest record, Madman, hypnotically marries folk, soul and R&B.