Fund Set for Poet Walt Curtis, who Survived the Lair Hill Fire


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Portland poet Walt Curtis, whose work was the basis for Gus Van Sant's first film, survived the weekend fire at the Great Northwest Bookstore but now needs your financial support, says his friend Mark Woolley. Curtis had been living in the basement of the historic Lair Hill church-turned-bookshop for several months when the building went up in flames Sunday. Curtis, 68, was in the building but ...   More
 
Tuesday, May 4, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

HOT TICKET: Phil's Fire Fund Benefit this Tuesday at the Crystal


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WW has already reported on a slew of fundraisers for Walt Curtis, the local poet and painter whose home was destroyed when the church that housed both his basement apartment as well as the Great Northwest Bookstore, burned in a big fire last May. Now comes word of a fundraiser for Phil Wikelund, owner of the Great Northwest Bookstore itself, dubbed "Phil's Fire Fund Benefit." Local musicians, artists ...   More
 
Monday, August 16, 2010 KELLY CLARKE

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