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Worksound PDX

August 30: Worksound PDX | Volume: Survey of Portland Art Scene

There is a ridiculous amount of interesting things to do in Portland this weekend (again) if you are staying in town.Message from Modou at Worksound about their Last Saturday show: Volume: a survey of how Portland 's art scene addresses, redirects, abuses and redefines space (urban, institutional, outdoor, etc.)… as the city itself undergoes a […]

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August 12: Portland Cello Project | Music Millennium | Free

August 12: Portland Cello Project | Music Millennium | Free

Another great free show at Music Millennium this Tuesday: PORTLAND CELLO PROJECT Tuesday, 8/12 7:00 PM Music Millennium – East 3158 E Burnside (32nd & Burnside) 503-231-8926 Independently, the intimidating 8-16 cello ensemble, The Portland Cello Project (or, PCP, as their fans affectionately call them), has had a meteoric rise in the vibrant Portland music […]

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White Fang, Holocene, Portland, Oregon

June 29: Flash-Mob of Music & Art in the Park | Southeast Portland

Brooklyn Park 3400 SE Milwaukee Ave Portland, OR 97202 These are the current “Amenities” of Brooklyn Park listed by PortlandOnline: Includes basketball court, disabled access play area, disabled access restroom, horseshoe pit, paths — paved, picnic tables, playground, softball field, statue or public art, wading pool or water play feature, and WiFi. According to the […]

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July 19: Unlimited Bowling + Music for $10 | Powell Lanes

A message from Atom 13: tonight is the night! rappin' and bowlin' and deejayn' OHMY at 3031 S.E. Powell, AMF Bowling Center. All ages(bar w/I.D.). Unlimited bowling. Dj's at 9. M.C.'s at 10. More Dj's at 11. Raffle. Ten dollars………………………………. The show is over at 12 so don't be late. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i4BAREZ-_I&hl=en] There is a promotional […]

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Frank Black in Portand, Oregon

June 12: Frank Black | Benefit Concert | Wonder Ballroom

A message from Jim Wallace: This is a benefit concert to help former Portland musician, Duane Jarvis, with medical expenses from recent cancer therapy.  Duane and his brother Kevin Jarvis were founding members of The Odds, who along with Johnny and The Distractions, Quarterflash, Nu Shooz, The Clamtones, Sleezy Pieces, Billy Rancher and The Unreal […]

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