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Dec 6: A Holiday Art Show featuring works by Kamala Dolphin-Kingsley, Pasha, Chris Haberman, Nubby Twiglet and many more.

From Mr. Haberman (he's making things happen people): Berbati Restaurant and Mona Superhero present: A Holiday Art Show featuring works by Kamala Dolphin-Kingsley, Pasha, Chris Haberman, Nubby Twiglet and many more. December 6th – December 30th with opening reception on Thursday, December from 6-9pm with music provided by DJ King Fader Berbati's 231 SW Ankeny […]

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Zoolights, Train, Portland Oregon

Lions, Tigers, Bears, and "swinging monkeys, leaping frogs, flying bats, diving penguins" at the Portland Zoo

Yes…get yo' mittens and rock on down to the ZOO–info: See the zoo transformed into a winter wonderland, aglow with nearly a million lights. More than 200 animated animals swing through trees, jump across lawns, hide in bushes and appear in places where they're least expected. Displays include swinging monkeys, leaping frogs, flying bats, diving […]

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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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Missy Suicide Interview: "Started in a loft in Portland, Oregon in 2001 with a group of alternative pinup girls"

Interesting interview with Missy Suicide who has created  one of Portland's unique gifts to the world, the Suicide Girls. From Bnet (click here for video interview): Building a Lifestyle Brand Started in a loft in Portland, Oregon in 2001 with a group of alternative pinup girls, Suicide Girls has grown into a 21st Century lifestyle […]

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Dec 6-22: "300 panels were made and are ½" MDO, untreated, plywood with hanging hardware pre-mounted on one side"

From Chris Haberman: 32 NW 5th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97209 | Wednesday – Sunday 12-6pm | | 503.236.3322 Exhibitions for December 2007 All Exhibitions: Opening Reception: First Thursday, December 6, 6 – 10pm On Display: December 6 – 22   MAIN GALLERY PDX Panels – A Fundraiser a large group exhibition showcasing our city's […]

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Silent Night, Deadly Christmas, Grindhouse Film Festival at Hollywood Theater, Portland, Oregon

Dec 22: Grindhouse Festival | "Maybe you could go on your own Christmas Eve kill crazy rampage!"

From Dan: This movie was originally released on Christmas Day 1984, and was quickly pulled from theaters due to the outrage from parents and people who like boring movies.  Classic scenes include the sledding beheading, the toy store montage, the bloody box knife as a little girl's Christmas present, and everyone's favorite: crazy Grandpa terrifying […]

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Dr Sketchy's show at Dante's Inferno, Portland, Oregon

Dec 5: Draw Pictures of (or just look at) Hot Cabaret Models at Dante's–"When Cabaret Meets Art School"

I was told by MJ/Mirage (rumor has it she will be wearing a pink candy theme outfit) about this event Wednesday. You pay a little cash (goes to models), bring your sketchbook, and draw pictures of cabaret models. Apparently, it is done by “London” of Suicide Girl fame. I wonder how one could possibly get […]

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Christmas, Greek Cusina, 404 SW Washington St, Portland, OR, 97204

Dec 1, 2 Scanfair: "It brings joy to the short and dark days of a Scandinavian winter"

I was just looking at these pics I took of the Greek Cusina Octopus rocking the Santa Cap, when I remembered it is Scanfair time. you probably missed the ealr festivities today, but you can dance Scandinavian style tonight! From the Scandinavian Heritage Website: 23rd Annual — SCANFAIR — Celebrate the sight, sounds, tastes and […]

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Dec 2: PRA at Holocene–Gulls, Quiet Countries, Gejius, Plankton Wat, and Miss Lana Rebel

First, it came through Gmail formatted this way–sorry if it looks annoying. From Coco Madrid: Tis' the season for warm, avant-garde electronic and instrumental music presented by the Portland Radio Authority. Gulls, Quiet Countries, Gejius, Plankton Wat, and Miss Lana Rebel will perform on Dec. 2nd at Holocene, 101 SE Morrison. Doors open at 7 […]

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Dec 1, 2, 13: Northwest Film Center Presents 2007 British Advertising Awards

From the Northwest Film Center: 2007 BRITISH ADVERTISING AWARDS BRITAIN 2007 Sat Dec 01 5:00 PM Whitsell Auditorium Sun Dec 02 5:00 PM Whitsell Auditorium Thu Dec 13 7:00 PM Whitsell Auditorium This annual collection of award winning British TV and cinema commercials showcase what many in advertising and film consider to be consistently the […]

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Malice at the Holiday Ale Festival, Portland, Oregon

Daily Stank Image Bank: Malice at the Holiday Ale Festival

Update: Interview & Photos With Malice: Let Her Entertain You I went to the Holiday Ale Festival yesterday with the Amplify-Interactive crew. There were a lot of people and a crazy amount of good beers. I had one in particular called Scaldis Noel that was 12%. That was some tasty but rough stuff (C-block didn't fare […]

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Report from the Blogosphere

Nov 29: Port is organizing Avant Blog

From the Port website:  Avant Blog Matthew Hurst, from “Visualizing the Blogosphere” Don't miss this art blogging event! In the November issue of Art in America, PORT's own Jeff Jahn participated in a round table discussion lead by Peter Plagens exploring the world of art blogging. This week, PORT is organizing Avant Blog, a panel […]

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