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Director Cuts: Stomping out the Carbon Footprint Video Contest

Oct.1- Nov. 3:
Show us what sustainability means to you in 30 seconds

R. Buckminster Fuller was an engineer, designer, poet, and philosopher who, among other things, was Mensa's second president and invented the geodesic dome.

Together with Portland Center Stage and in celebration of R. Buckminster Fuller's passion for the environment, Willamette Week...   More
Wednesday, October 1, 2008 by jsword

Fat City Cafe

7820 SW Capitol Highway

There are no frills at Fat City. The teensy cafe in Multnomah Village serves all-American breakfast food in its original form, unaffected by health or culinary trends. The scrambles are good, the biscuits are great, and the wait staff is prompt with the coffee.

from WW megasearch...   More
Tuesday, September 30, 2008 by jsword

Pour Wine Bar

2755 NE Broadway
(503) 288-7687

Happy Hour Daily: 4:30 to 6:30pm
$2 Food Menu
$2 Stella Artois
$3 Wine Special

From Drink 2007:
Bartender's choice: The Marietta Angeli Cuveé ($9).If Austin Powers and Moby joined forces to open a wine bar, this would be it. Mod white chairs, small tables, minimalist decor and soft electro...   More
Tuesday, September 30, 2008 by jsword

OMSI After Dark

Wednesday, October 1

Here's your chance to shoot off water rockets, concoct chemical creations, and explore the wonders of OMSI with no kids in sight! Enjoy a glass of wine while learning about robots, tornados, or fossils. Have a pint of local beer while probing the puzzles of our newest exhibit, Mindbender Mansion. You can talk to a distiller about the science behind rum, or taste ...   More
Monday, September 29, 2008 by jsword

Scappoose Sauerkraut Festival

Holy pickled cabbage! The 18th Annual Scappoose Sauerkraut Festival arrives this Saturday, with all the attendant glories a community just shy of 5,000 souls can muster. I've heard tell of a legendary kraut-laden “special Scappoose sandwich” and performances by the Scappoose Vision Dance Team and magician Adam the Great. And I can confirm, thanks to the Scappoose Communit...   More
Friday, September 19, 2008 by jsword


An eclectic collection of paintings hang from the walls modern pop plays softly from the speakers and the dull clatter of dishes can be heard as you make your way over to the long stretch of inviting wooden benches lining the walls. The menu offers up a bevy of down-home dishes from banana-chocolate-chip short stacks ($4.75) to biscuits ($5.75) covered in—you guessed it—g...   More
Friday, September 19, 2008 by jsword

Sept 19-27: Portland Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

Cinema 21

Through a partnership with Film Action Oregon, The Portland Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is a non-profit arts group that annually showcases feature, documentary and short films from all over the world that are made by, about or of interest to the lesbian, gay, bi and trans community...   More
Tuesday, September 16, 2008 by jsword

Sept 26-27: Someday Lounge Birthday Celebration

Join Willamette Week as we celebrate the second birthday of Someday Lounge!
Featuring an allstar cast of performers from the past 2 years.

Someday 2 Year Anniversary Party! COPY, THE FIX, FLESHTONE, BEN DARWISH TRIO & more! —8pm, $2.00 at the door

Free St. Cupcake cupcakes courtesy of Willa...   More
Tuesday, September 16, 2008 by jsword

Sept 30: Damali Ayo: Shut Up & Change

Feminist Perspectives in Pop Culture Lecture Series
By Bitch Magazine

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Tuesday, September 16, 2008 by jsword

October 2: Viva La Comunidad!

Hacienda CDC will hold its first annual event, Viva la Comunidad, a salsa concert that will feature tamales made by our Latina residents in our Micro Mercantes/ micro-enterprise program, on October 2nd at Wonder Ballroom from 7-10 PM. Picoso, a wonderfully talented salsa band from Seattle, will perform at the event. Come enjoy excellent music, dancing and food in support of Hacienda ...   More
Tuesday, September 16, 2008 by jsword
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