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Michael Pollan

PENELOPE BASS
7:30 pm., Tuesday May 14 | $37.95.
Newmark Theatre
1111 SW Broadway
 
Effectively making us feel really guilty about the food we eat (or self-righteous depending on your diet), best-selling author Michael Pollan tackles all facets of the food chain and our place within it in his books The Omnivores Dilemma, In Defense of Food and Food Rules. His newest endeavor brings us back to the kitchen as he explores the importance of cooking for both health and enjoyment in Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation. Pollan will talk food with OPB’s Dave Miller—but it’s a hot ticket, so you might have to scalp yours from a back-alley foodie.

Where: Newmark Theatre
Phone: 248-4335
Address: 1111 SW Broadway
Website: http://www.pcpa.com

 
 

Newmark Theatre

1111 SW Broadway
Portland, OR
 
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