This seems like an awesome project.
Interestingly, Clear Channel appears to be a sponsor of Forest for the Trees. Maybe some small measure of amends?
@Lithell Are you familiar with the Arts for All program that provides $5 tickets to a lot of local arts nonprofit performances (including many in the Schnitzer) for Portlanders with SNAP assistance (i.e. with an Oregon Trail card)? Worth looking into if you are interested- http://racc.org/artsforall/
I am not exaggerating when I say each record/EP this band has put out this year is on my Top 10 list for the year. Done no wrong.
I can't get enough of this band. Very excited for their PDX Pop Now! set on Friday
As is obvious to anyone who loves music enough to read about it in the local alt-weekly, getting to write about hometown music and the people and ideas behind it is a privilege, and I am tremendously grateful for the three years I've had at at the Our Town Could Be Your Life desk. I'll definitely miss that beat, but I couldn't possibly be more excited to get down to business in my new position. And, of course, thank you all for your support - I'll do everything I can to justify it! See you at the concerts, and plays, and readings, and openings and talks and...well, yeah, see you around.
Yes, yes! The All-Ages Movement Project has great plans in store if they win the money including publishing a book called "In Every Town: An All-Ages Music Manualfesto" that is sort of a how-to on starting, running, funding and maintaining all-ages spaces.
To be clear, voting actually ends at 9pm West Coast time on Sunday night, and people can vote once a day. Weekends are statistically the hardest to get people to vote (because they're not looking to find ways to waste time at work other than watch videos of cats eat watermelons), so please, stay strong with AMP for 3 more days!
How did Ida No time-travel to the old Satyricon bathroom?
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