Monthly Archives: May 2012

Plazm’s Josh Berger in Serious Accident

Joshua Berger, art director of Plazm magazine, was in a bike accident in Portland eleven days ago. He has been in trauma wards at hospital ever since, and is making steady improvements. However, he has sustained considerable Traumatic Brain Injuries … Continue reading

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William Damiano: “Art Show” in Portland

Burnside Street gallery Nationale hosts the watercolors of  William Damiano through the 27th of this month. While a multitude of pop-cultural and historical figures–Sonic the Hedgehog, Marilyn Monroe and Busby Berkeley among them–appear in or are referenced by Damiano’s broader … Continue reading

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Jon Raymond Rain Dragon reading at Powell’s

Plazm editor Jon Raymond will read from his new novel, Rain Dragon, Friday at Powell’s Burnside. Damon and Amy have had enough of Los Angeles. Fitful and tired and dreaming of a simpler life, they leave the city to go … Continue reading

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Transformation Time with Vanessa Renwick

Vanessa Renwick is on her way back from a week of Portland at La Gaîté Lyrique just in time to do an in-gallery presentation at the White Box tomorrow night. This is a great opportunity to experience her Portland 2012 Biennial … Continue reading

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