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The Top 40 Events in Portland This Week: Sept 25–Oct 1, 2023

Thundercat, Nicole Byer, and More Top Picks
September 25, 2023
Thundercat is in yo girl's city and ready to slap da bass. (Thundercat via Facebook)
It's the top of another week, and we daresay you already know what that means: we're here to shout out the top events happening every day, from Thundercat: In Yo Girl’s City Tour to Nicole Byer and from HAIR to The Wedge.

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CHAI Past Event List
Much like their namesake, Japanese four-piece pop band CHAI is a sweet, slightly spicy delight. With songs like "Maybe Chocolate Chips" and "Donuts Mind If I Do," their lyrics are cheeky yet poignant, with an overall goal to "deconstruct the standards of beauty and cuteness that can be so oppressive in Japan." Their live shows are known to include lively choreography and extravagant matching outfits. With an opening set from Utah-based weirdo-pop star 26fix, you won't want to miss this one. AV
(Doug Fir Lounge, Buckman)


Twin Peaks Mondays Past Event List
Hosted by "trans femme drag enigma" Violet Hex, this weekly series screens two episodes of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s 1990 creepy, cult-favorite show Twin Peaks every Monday at Black Water Bar, accompanied by themed drag and burlesque performances with a different special guest each time. I don't know about you, but watching talented performers embody the likenesses of Audrey Horne, Laura Palmer, the Log Lady, and other fan favorites sounds like, excuse me, a damn fine time. JB
(Black Water Bar, Irvington)



Lauren Mayberry Past Event List
In preparation for her debut solo album, Lauren Mayberry (aka the frontwoman of Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES) is heading out on her first-ever solo tour. The elusive album, which she has described as a "fun, freaky, sad, weird, joyful pop playground," has yet to receive a release date or tracklist, but if it's anything like the recently released single "Are You Awake?" we foresee deeply personal piano-centric songs that shy away from the polished pop she's been known for. And, according to recent setlists, Mayberry has been playing a blend of new music, covers, and a couple of CHVRCHES songs to please both new and long-time listeners. AV
(Mississippi Studios, Boise)



Portland Latin American Film Festival Remind List
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and support Latin cinema in one fell swoop at the Portland Latin American Film Festival, which will return again this year with seven feature flicks that can be enjoyed by Spanish, Portuguese, and English speakers. PDXLAFF kicks off on September 27 with Mexican filmmaker Montserrat Larqué's Allá, Cartas Al Corazón. (Larqué will be in attendance, and after the screening, DJ Papi Fimbres will keep the vibes going at Hey Love.) Films will continue to screen through November 30. LC
(Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood District)


Little Simz Past Event List
Little Simz' latest album, NO THANK YOU, cradles her effortless flow in vintage soul production and glittering gospel harmonies. Not only is the album easy on the ears, but Simz has important things to say; tackling themes of generational trauma, Black mental health, and "rap game bullshit." She will stop by on her first US tour since 2019 with support from fellow rapper and collaborator OTG. AV
(Roseland Theater, Old Town-Chinatown)

The All-American Rejects: Wet Hot All-American Summer Tour Past Event List
To those under (or over) a certain age, it might be hard to believe that the All-American Rejects were once one of the biggest names in rock music. However, we millennials will be transported straight back to 2005 with the opening power chords of "Dirty Little Secret"—a song that summons memories of Hollister body spray, flip phones, metallic gel pens, and Junk Food-brand graphic tees. The pop-punk heartthrobs will bring their Wet Hot All-American Summer tour to Portland for a nostalgia-filled evening with New Found Glory, Motion City Soundtrack, and the Get Up Kids (all of which were probably on your first generation iPod). AV
(RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater, Ridgefield)



Thundercat: In Yo Girl’s City Tour Past Event List
Former Stranger writer Jas Keimig wrote: "The music of Los Angeles–based bassist/composer Stephen Lee Bruner (aka Thundercat) is transcendent. And that’s a fact. His distinct blend of jazz, soul, and funk is fresh and cosmic while also throwing back to the likes of Sun Ra and Miles Davis. Having worked extensively with Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, Kendrick Lamar on To Pimp a Butterfly (for which Lamar won a Grammy for best rap/sung performance), Erykah Badu, and dozens of other contemporary musicians, Thundercat is as influential as he is technically accomplished." He will swing by Edgefield with tunes from his 2020 album, It Is What It Is, which is dedicated to his good friend, the late Mac Miller. AV
(Edgefield, Troutdale)



Nicole Byer Past Event List
Things are looking up for Nicole Byer, who spent at least one of her pandemic lockdown days attending a drive-by funeral for a cat. The actress, comedian, writer, author, and podcaster (you almost certainly know her from Nailed It!, for which she's been nominated for four Emmys) recently debuted a Netflix stand-up special, and counts Mercury arts and culture editor Suzette Smith among the fans of her podcast, Why Won’t You Date Me?, in which she interviews comedians about their love lives. Byer will head to the Newmark stage to regale us with the details of her sexy, fabulous life. LC
(Newmark Theatre, South Park Blocks)

Todd Barry: Half Joking Tour Past Event List
Hot on the heels of his purr-worthy stand-up special Todd Barry: Domestic Shorthair, the beloved weirdo and voice actor on animated series like Bob’s Burgers, Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force will hit Portland to find a few marks in the crowd. (Go in prepared—his crowd work is legendary.) "Todd Barry doesn't even really need jokes, although he's got a ton of great ones [and] more laughs per pound than any hyperactive loudmouth screaming into the mic," says former EverOut arts editor Elaina Friedman. I have to agree. LC
(Revolution Hall, Buckman)


2023 PDX Fresh Hops Festival Past Event List
It's the most wonderful time of the year for beer lovers: fresh hop season! Fresh hop beers are made from hops processed no more than 24 hours after being harvested, resulting in brews with a milder, more botanical profile and less bitterness. This festival in its 19th year will feature ephemeral fresh hop creations from brewers across Oregon, including Breakside, Creekside, Fort George, Gigantic, Little Beast, Montavilla Brew Works, Stickmen, Threshold, Sunriver, and Wild Ride. JB
(Oaks Park Skating Rink, Sellwood)

Mid-Autumn Carnival Past Event List
HeyDay owner Lisa Nguyen and Portland Cà Phê owner Kimberly Dam are teaming up to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival in style, inspired by their nostalgic childhood memories of the holiday. The festivities include carnival games, a performance by Stephanie Vo, fresh blooms from Oun Srey Floral, special drinks from Portland Cà Phê, mooncakes from HeyDay, and a glowing lantern parade that will light up the evening starting at 7 pm. JB
(CORE, Lents)


Colleen Past Event List
I am obsessed with French experimental artist Colleen (seriously, she is one of my most listened-to artists of all time). Between her nine studio albums, Colleen ebbs and flows from acoustic to electronic, lyrical to instrumental, and minimal to lush. Regardless, all of her music contains an air of whimsy and curiosity which makes it so much fun to listen to. Plus, she has one of my favorite contemporary singing voices. Her voice, which she uses sparsely, is whispery and soft, evoking folk singer Vashti Bunyan (another ruler of my heart) on songs like "Push the Boat onto the Sand." She will stop by for a rare PNW tour date in support of her upcoming ambient album, Le jour et la nuit du r​é​el. AV
(Holocene, Buckman)


2023 CoHo Clown Festival Past Event List
Whether you're a literal clown or a simple clown appreciator, you'll want to honk your horn and slap on a gigantic pair of shoes for the second annual edition of this four-week fringe festival celebrating all things clownery. CoHo Clown Festival includes an absurdist mix of physical comedy, workshops, and movement performances, building community between artists and audiences with a wide range of jolly performances. It transforms CoHo's little black box theater into a central hub for circus artists across the country to engage in "playful whimsy," which sounds good for the soul. Go forth and get your clown on. LC
(CoHo Productions, Slabtown)

The Improvised Shakespeare Company Past Event List
At this point, you might find the Bard's theatrical works a little "played" out. (To be fair, he did write them over 400 years ago.) My suggestion? Don thy feathered cap or whatever and head to this fully improvised take on an Elizabethan comedy, where you might get to make key decisions about the production. The Improvised Shakespeare Company creates, you guessed it, "fully improvised Shakespearean masterpieces." Based on a single audience suggestion, the off-the-cuff play will skew the Bard's themes and imagery for a fresh story. If you don't know where it's going, don't worry—the actors don't, either. LC
(Winningstad Theatre, South Park Blocks)


Chords to Other Chords (Relative) Past Event List
Marie Watts, a Portland contemporary artist and member of the Seneca Nation of Indians, unveiled the new neon sculpture Chords to Other Chords (Relative) for Converge 45. Pulling from Seneca oral history traditions, Watts's brightly blazing piece "is first and foremost an affirmation of the land and the Indigenous people who are ephemeral monuments to this territory." Its title is pulled from 23rd United States Poet Laureate Joy Harjo's poem Bird, which states "We are chords/to other chords to other chords, if we’re lucky, to melody." If you haven't already, the piece is a great reason to stop by the new-ish Center for Native Arts and Cultures. LC
(Center for Native Arts and Cultures, Central Eastside)



Michelle Buteau Past Event List
"A New Jersey native born to a Haitian father and a Jamaican mother, Michelle Buteau is a woman with a raunchy mindset and a profane tongue," says Stranger music critic Dave Segal. I'd go one step further and describe Buteau's quick, sardonic style as a script-flipper in the midst of a pack of aging dude comics bickering over whether human rights are funny. Buteau is the creator, writer, and star of the recently released Netflix series Survival of The Thickest. You might recognize her as "the crazy girlfriend" on Comedy Central's Key & Peele and Adult Swim's The Eric Andre Show or from her Netflix comedy special, Welcome to Buteaupia; if you're not familiar, strap in for a deliciously snarky ride. LC
(Revolution Hall, Buckman)


Creature Feature in the Dark Past Event List
You can get ghoulish a little early this year at Creature Feature in the Dark, a series of drive-in movies and live haunted house performances that's freaked our bean all September long. Take a spin out to scenic Mary S. Young Park in West Linn on September 30, where you can catch zombie flick Night of the Living Dead screened beneath the moonlight. Watch your back, though—fearsome creatures will stage skits, performances, and a "full haunted house treatment," roaming among the cars to scare your pants off. Best part? Creatures of the Night hair-raises funds for Bloodworks Northwest, a nonprofit blood center supplying blood to 95% of hospitals in the Pacific Northwest. LC
(Mary S. Young Park, West Linn)

Finding Her Beat Benefit Screening and Live Taiko Performance Past Event List
Those who bump along to the beat of their own drum should show up to this screening in support of Portland Taiko, a local performance group that drums throughout the Pacific Northwest, offers classes and workshops, and conducts team-building workshops. They'll screen the 2022 documentary Finding Her Beat, which centers an all-female, boundary-breaking taiko troupe (the Japanese drumming art was off-limits to women for centuries). World-famous taiko player Tiffany Tamaribuchi, who recently moved to Portland to take on the artistic director role at Portland Taiko, will also perform live before the film. LC
(Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood District)


The Wedge Past Event List
Fromage fanatics, rejoice: This farmers market-style festival will shine a light on artisan cheese and all of its companions, including specialty foods, wine, spirits, and cider. Sample hundreds of offerings and purchase your favorites to incorporate into your next girl dinner. JB
(Alder Block, Central Eastside)


Ural Thomas & The Pain Past Event List
Local legend Ural Thomas and his nine-piece band the Pain will have you movin' and groovin' as they play two consecutive shows celebrating the Doug Fir's final day at their East Burnside location (don't worry, they are moving just 880 yards away to the Central Eastside). We bet they'll play songs from their latest album, Dancing Dimensions, which blends a range of genres from "sweet Chicago soul to airy West Coast psychedelia to Sly funk." The self-described "mustachioed Brazilian spaghetti western rock and roll troubadour" Johnny Franco will get the party started. AV
(Doug Fir Lounge, Buckman)


Auxiliary Routes Past Event List
In 2023, Old Pal launched a thoughtful artist series to adorn the walls of the Southeast Portland restaurant. The restaurant itself is also fairly new, launched last spring by Jeremy Larter and Emily Bixler. Old Pal boasts selections from both land and sea, with fresh Oregon produce and wines at the forefront of the menu. Good food doesn’t need beautiful art to go along with it, but it sure doesn’t hurt. This season’s artistic creations are Nicole Neu’s abstracted fibrous wall-hung sculptures, the forms of which play in the space between organic and ridged. MERCURY CONTRIBUTOR ASHLEY GIFFORD
(Old Pal, Sunnyside)



Happy Birthday Zuckercreme: A Corn-Themed Pop-Up Past Event List
Corn isn't just a summertime treat for the folks at Zuckercreme—it's a lifestyle. (We're sure they'd be happy to tell you all about it.) They'll celebrate their second anniversary with a corn-tastic day, packed with elote, corn-topped hot dogs, popcorn, corn ice cream, corn pastries, and adorable corn-inspired decor. The event will feature sweets from Omija Home Bakes, Hound Dog Ice Cream, and Email My Heart; food from Bobbie's Boat Sauce and The Street Corn Dude; and snacks from Sao Noi and Koa Roots. Be sure to RSVP for free on their website to secure your spot. JB
(Zuckercreme, Montavilla)



The All Jane Comedy Festival Past Event List
Curious Comedy's 15th anniversary falls during the 10th edition of the All Jane Comedy Festival, which will also be the festival's last. Contrary to misogynist belief, women are hilarious (ask me how I know), and All Jane serves up sets from some of the wittiest and smartest women comedians around. The final All Jane will span two weekends and feature funny antics by headliners DeAnne Smith and movie podcasters Caitlin Durante and Jamie Loftus of The Bechdel Cast. LC
(Curious Comedy Theater, King, Friday-Saturday)


Bella Organic Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze Past Event List
Every fall, Bella Organic Farms makes a statement with their corn maze, and this year they're targeting gun violence with "a simple message of love from a simple farmer.” Enjoy a hot cup of apple cider over a game of trivia about the maze, and compete with your family and friends inside the maze to win a Clue-inspired game. Starting October 1, you can hitch a free hayride over to the pumpkin patch to pick out your own gourd for carving, painting, or simply placing on your porch for max autumnal vibes. If you're a thrill seeker, stop by after dark on Fridays and Saturdays to experience their haunted corn maze. SL
(Bella Organic Pumpkin Patch & Winery, Sauvie Island, Monday-Sunday)

Chapman Swift Watch Past Event List
Because you live in Portland, you are surrounded by folks whose idea of a good time is gazing at Vaux's swifts—a species of dark, tiny-bodied aerialists that like to roost in hollow spaces—as they gracefully funnel into an elementary school chimney each sunset in September. Their numbers vary; sometimes you'll see 5,000, and in mid-September, up to 15,000, as they migrate to Mexico and Central America. Their evening ritual is nothing short of poetic, a visual display that would make Mary Oliver weep. Therefore, arrive early and anticipate fighting for parking. (If you're as lucky as I was last week, you might also witness a Cooper's hawk tucked to one side of the chimney, awaiting a teensy swift snack.) LC
(Chapman Elementary School, Northwest Portland, Monday-Sunday)

The MAiZE at the Pumpkin Patch Past Event List
Join us in shouting "It's corn!!!" while exploring almost two miles of pathways through the famous MAiZE on Sauvie Island. This premier destination for fall enthusiasts pays homage to its 25th year in business with this year's design. The maze has two parts: warm up with the "easy" section before tackling the more difficult part, and don't forget your boots, it can get muddy out there. SL
(The Pumpkin Patch, Sauvie Island, Monday-Sunday)

Spirit of Halloweentown Past Event List
Unless you've already attended Spirit of Halloweentown, you might not know that aspects of aughts-era flicks Twilight and Halloweentownwere filmed in the charming lil' city of St. Helens, where the historic Old Town area looks like something straight out of, well, a Disney Channel Original Movie. When I visited last year, throngs of families dressed in fishnets and princess costumes lingered in line for churros while a giant pumpkin cackled menacingly in the distance. Later in the evening, I grabbed a beer next to a gargantuan animatronic werewolf in jorts, then attended a parade, where I was decked in the face by a Tootsie Roll hurled from a glowy-eyed black cat float. Listen, Spirit of Halloweentown is awesome, you just have to lean into it. The city transforms into a widespread themed attraction, complete with a ceremonial pumpkin lighting, circus performers, "haunted hot rods," and special guests from Twilight, Hocus Pocus 2, and Halloweentown stopping by on select dates. The parking is surprisingly ample, too. LC
(St. Helens, Saturday-Sunday)


Sextember Past Event List
If I asked you to describe September in one adjective, would you say "sexy?" If not, you'd be WRONG. September is EROTIC. Apparently, no one knows this better than the Hollywood. They're showcasing a heat wave of seductive flicks all month long; it's the perfect way to celebrate the final scantily clad days of the year before fall and winter come along to ruin the 'fit. The series concludes its viewer discretionary screenings with the Wachowskis' directorial debut Bound this week. LC
(Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood District, Monday-Wednesday)

Stop Making Sense Past Event List
Calling it now: If you've seen Stop Making Sense, it's probably your favorite concert film. It's jangly and arty and all of the other words one might use to describe Talking Heads's catalog, and David wears the suit. Not feeling the Byrne? Listen, I know watching a concert movie for a band you don't listen to sounds like hell, but this one might be an exception. If you haven't seen it yet, anticipate looking back on the experience with a funny fondness later, like a good birthday party or the first time you smoked weed. Jonathan Demme (yes, the guy who went on to make The Silence of the Lambs) recorded all of the concert footage over the course of three days at Hollywood's Pantages Theatre in 1983, during the height of the Heads' visionary fame. It's screening in a new restoration, so prep for a "once in a lifetime" experience. LC
(Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood District, Thursday-Sunday)


Fresh Hop Pop-Up Beer Fest Past Event List
Just can't get enough fresh hops? This 17-day-long pop-up hop extravaganza will showcase the hyper-seasonal specialty in all its glory with special tappings every day from "some of the best and brightest breweries and regions." The programming includes a spotlight on hops from Yakima (the hop capital of the world!) on September 28, among lots of other events. Scoop up some nosh from the Prost! Marketplace's 10 resident food trucks while you're at it. JB
(Prost! Marketplace, North Portland, Monday-Sunday)


Flynn Creek Circus Past Event List
Flynn Creek Circus will return to Zidell Yards with Desert Myth, an "acrobatic odyssey" that sees performers flip, spin, and dive their way through a sandstorm in search of an oasis. Acrobats from Ukraine, Canada, and the US will strut their stuff in the "eclectic blend of multicultural folklore," and attendees will find beer and concessions beneath the big top. If you're looking for something a little less family-friendly, select showtimes will be geared toward "outrageous, raucous, and pretty much punk rock" adults. LC
(Zidell Yards, South Waterfront, Thursday-Sunday)

HAIR Past Event List
If you're in search of a genre-defining musical, look no further than HAIR, which served to radicalize a whole generation when it hit Broadway in 1968. It's got drugs, nudity, free love, and notes of psychedelia, but beyond all the far-out energy, its songs also became anthems of the anti-Vietnam War movement. This fresh production serves as a reminder that history repeats itself, and we can still use art as a force for change. What could be groovier than that? LC
(Portland Center Stage, Pearl District, Saturday-Sunday)


Assembly Past Event List
This group exhibition explores, among other values, "ideas of identity, representation, inclusion, citizenship, labor, landscape, cityscape, ecology, trade, regionalism and globalism." If that sounds like a ton of ground to cover, you're right—but since Assembly is staged across three downtown Portland venues and features 13 artists, including consistently slick creatives like Vo Vo, Lisa Jarett, and Sara Siestream, I think it'll accomplish its goals. I recommend checking out the three-pronged show's installments at PNCA, where you'll find Jeremy Okai Davis’s heavy-hitting portraits and Adriene Cruz’s vibrant textiles, and Stelo Arts, where you'll find Judith Wyss's curious miniature dioramas and Jessica Jackson Hutchin's bulbous forms. LC
(Various locations, Monday-Sunday)

Converge 45 Contemporary Arts Biennial Remind List
The free, citywide art exhibition Converge 45 is in full swing, with artists showcased across over 15 venues in Portland, including college campuses, the Portland Japanese Garden, and Pioneer Square. The biennial's theme, Social Forms: Art as Global Citizenship, takes on topics of Amazon deforestation, indigeneity, citizenship, and immigration, and aims to amplify the voices and experiences of people of color, so you're bound to find a cause you can get behind. I'm looking forward to local textile legend and Seneca Nation member Marie Watt's Chords to Other Chords (Relative) and Yishai Jusidman's history-driven cyanotypes in Prussian Blue. LC
(Various locations, Monday-Sunday)

Holding Fire: Fuel Ladder Past Event List
It's getting warm in here: Eugene-based research collective Fuel Ladder pulls together artists, designers, and thinkers whose work explores climate crisis through wildfire. The collective's current exhibition at Well Well Projects, Holding Fire, digs into wildfire's "cycles of both destruction and renewal" through a diverse range of perspectives. William Bonner uses installation pieces to "highlight and communicate the importance and beauty of living processes," while David Buckley Borden’s place-based projects "use humorous combinations of visual art and landscape design to center environmental issues within everyday phenomena." I'm particularly intrigued by Sasha Michelle White’s practice, which centers fire-adapted plants, and Nancy Silvers' work, which explores identity and ecology at "scales that range from a single thread to acres of landscape" through textiles and other mediums. LC
(Well Well, Kenton, Saturday-Sunday; closing)

Imaginary Shelter Past Event List
Merging half-remembered buildings and carefully observed vegetation from her past, the paintings in Heather Lee Birdsong's Imaginary Shelter depict long-gone scenes of her demolished childhood home, sites of wildfire, and former houses and apartments. The result feels like a carefully excavated reflection on modern living in the face of climate change, which often involves migration, rentals, displacement, disposable architecture, housing instability, and semi-nomadic lifestyles. Drawing from both Pacific Northwestern and Mojave Desert landscapes, Birdsong aims to understand home as both a physical place and a deeper feeling of belonging. LC
(Carnation Contemporary, Kenton, Saturday-Sunday)

Takahiro Iwasaki: Nature of Perception Remind List
Japan Institute artist-in-residence Takahiro Iwasaki (who represented Japan at the 2017 Venice Biennale, aka the Olympics of the art world) will debut his new art exhibition, Takahiro Iwasaki: Nature of Perception, at Portland Japanese Garden. The Hiroshima-based artist's work includes "architecturally accurate models of historic Japanese sites," which are manipulated into large-scale installations of suspended sculptures and duplicates. In this way, Iwasaki "plays with our sense of the familiar" and subverts viewer expectations. Stop by the garden to view the exhibition and get some nature time as the leaves start to change colors. LC
(Portland Japanese Garden, Washington Park, Monday-Sunday; closed Tuesday; opening)

Pat Boas: Idiom Past Event List
Pat Boas, professor emerita of Art Practice in the School of Art + Design at Portland State University, will share new paintings in this solo exhibition that "push[es] the boundaries" of her signature abstract style. Frequently using letter forms and the written word as a conceptual starting point, Boas has built a word-as-image aesthetic that develops further in Idiom with layered paintings "akin to Cubist still-lifes." The geometric, yet atmospheric paintings bring together fragments of shape and color in pursuit of new meanings. LC
(Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Pearl District, Tuesday–Saturday; closing)

Volver a ver / To see again Past Event List
Mexico City-born, Santa Monica-based artist Georgina Reskala's silver gelatin prints on linen and silk have an ethereal, moody quality, depicting abstracted nature imagery and silhouetted figures in long exposures. In Volver a ver / To see again, each photograph is altered through physical manipulation—Reskala unthreads the weft of the linen or layers multiple images over each other. The results feel like eerie reflections on past memories and the mind's tendency to twist them at will. LC
(PDX CONTEMPORARY ART, Slabtown, Tuesday–Saturday; closing)

Willy Heeks: Contours of Instinct and Nuance Past Event List
Nationally renowned abstract expressionist Willy Heeks will showcase new works after taking a pause from painting during the pandemic. In Contours of Instinct and Nuance, Heeks maintains his familiar graffiti-like aesthetic and sweeping brushwork, but balances it with "fractal details" and geometric elements. The fresh approach makes it clear that Heeks, who was born in 1951, has no intention of stopping his complex, improvisational explorations in paint anytime soon. LC
(Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Pearl District, Tuesday–Saturday; closing)

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