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The Hour That Stretches

PENELOPE BASS
7-10 pm., Tuesday May 06 | Free.
Jade Lounge
2346 SE Ankeny St.
 
Get ready to get weird with the monthly bizarro reading series The Hour That Stretches, hosted by local bizarro-fic author Edward Morris. Taking the stage for 30-minute increments of the indefinable will be David Agranoff, Sarah Polansky Mura, poets Adam Gonzobo and Michael Allen in a tag-team performance and newcomers Michael Green, Shepherdess Nightshade and Nick Giampietro.

Where: Jade Lounge
Phone: 236-4998
Address: 2346 SE Ankeny St.

 
 

Jade Lounge

2346 SE Ankeny St.
Portland, OR
 
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