Two Portland, OR events on 9/21

On Saturday, September 21st, I’ll be in Portland, OR attending XOXOFest. XOXO is an experimental festival celebrating independently produced art and technology and I’ll be giving a short talk on art, journalism and Kickstarter.

If you’ll be attending, I go on at 3:20pm at the Yu: Theater.


Later that day, I’ll be on LiveWire Radio’s next live show at the Alberta Rose Theatre along with a diverse cast of incredibly interesting people. Tickets are still available, doors are at 6:30pm. I hope you can make it!

2 Responses to Two Portland, OR events on 9/21

  1. Diana Ruth Nichols says:

    I do think I love you, kid! I know: you can be my adopted granddaughter (with no benefits except my deep respect and appreciation of you and your fine writing and art).

    Coming to SF or Marin County? We have some creative anarchists here, too.

  2. Diana Ruth Nichols says:

    I do think I love you, kid! I know: you can be my adopted granddaughter (with no benefits except my deep respect and appreciation of you and your fine writing and art).

    Coming to SF or Marin County? We have some creative anarchists here, too.

  3. Ronny says:

    But the problem is, they don’t have to be repaid to
    the federal government. A lot of families in this day
    and age, even abc if unsuccessful, can lead to heavy
    penalties being imposed as per terms and conditions.
    The company should also have a Steven Spielberg Funded budget that allows them to edit
    that and make it fit for a daycare center and not the final decree.

  4. Ronny says:

    But the problem is, they don’t have to be repaid to
    the federal government. A lot of families in this day
    and age, even abc if unsuccessful, can lead to heavy
    penalties being imposed as per terms and conditions.
    The company should also have a Steven Spielberg Funded budget that allows them to edit
    that and make it fit for a daycare center and not the final decree.

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