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You’re Invited to First Thursday, March 2nd

On March 2nd, please join Artslandia Magazine, Roche Bobois, and United to Fight, one of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Portland teams, to honor children who’ve survived blood cancers with the first in a series of First Thursday events at the gorgeous Roche Bobois showroom. Join us at 1025 SW Washington Street, two blocks south …

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Reinvigorating a Classic – Marty Hughley

Throughout its long history, the story of Swan Lake has been, if you’ll pardon the expression, fluid. Tchaikovsky’s stirring and memorable score was commissioned for an 1877 Bolshoi Theatre production. Yet the libretto—“complicated, dark, violent and tragic,” according to ballet historian Jennifer Homans—was revised significantly 18 years later, when Marius …

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Homo sapiens ➔Techno sapiens

By Luan Schooler, Director of New Play Development & Dramaturgy, Artists Rep As the radius of knowledge expands, the circumference of ignorance increases. – Japanese saying As our technological abilities continue to expand ever more rapidly, we have entered into entirely new ethical and moral territory. Human progress has always been …

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