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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1985)
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G ay, Lesbian, Bisexual Youth under age
21. Peer support and social group. W ind-
fir« . Saturdays. 2:30 to 4:30 p m Two
locations. The City Night C lub, 621 S.W.
13th St. and The O ld W ives' Tales Restau
rant. 1300 E. Burnside. Portland. Oregon.
For inform ation ca ll 244-3225 (Ann Shep
herd, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and
Gay. Lesbian, Bisexual Young Adults,
age 21 -29. Peer support and social group.
The Brid g e C lub (doesn't play bridge).
W ednesdays, 7 :30 to 9:30 p.m. First Con
gregationa l Church. 1126 S.W. Park. Port
land. OR. (Use M adison St. sid e entrance.)
For inform ation ca ll 244-3225 (Ann Shep
herd, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and
W ednesday, August 7,1985.7.00 P.M. at
the C afe O a sis, 1616 NW 23rd. people
w ishing to form Big M ountain Su p p o rt
G roup, meet. O rganizing to support
11.000 N avajo people resisting Forced Re
location off their ancestral lands by the
U.S. Government for the m ultinational
corporations, w ill be forced to leave, ef
fective July 1986. C ollectively we can cor
rect this. Form ing com m unications, infor
m ation, West Coast alert lines and support
groups, solid a rity and a food donation
run to Big Mountain in August. For inform a
tion, c a ll Paul, 295-0490 or Lee Ann
Learn to square dance! The Rosetow n
Ra m b le rs announce third year of square
included: com ing out. dealing with pa
rents and fam ily, form ing and m aintaining
gay relationships, being gay on the job.
health, gays and politics, gays and re li
gion, our self-im age, gays and marriage,
alternative lifestyles, etc. G.M.T. has a
m inim um of organization: anyone is free
to drop in and out of the group as they
wish. Th is is a great place to meet other
gay men in a friendly atmosphere and
share ideas and feelings on common
concerns and problem s.
Tho Bise xu a lity Exp lo ra tio n G roup
meets the second and fourth Monday of
each month, at O ld W ives Tales at 8 p.m.
in the Banquet Room.
Po rtla n d Com m unity C ollege photo
graphy instructor Paul Blixt w ill lead two
weekend nature photography outings this
Blixt offers the cla sses independent of
PCC and has done so for several years.
C ost for the entire weekend is $70 per
person and covers instruction, lodging
and m eals.
For further inform ation on the summer
photography w orkshops contact Blixt at
Frid a y , A ugust 2:Fo re st Group potluck
and meeting. Bring ideas for September
events. Potluck at 6:30, meeting at 7:30.
C a ll DJ at 282-6391. Saturday-Sunday,
A ug ust 3 ,4 : cam ping trip at Saddle
Mountain. C a ll W anda at 285-3853.
Sa turd a y-Sund a y, A ugust 10,11:
— The father of the hydrogen bomb. Ed
w ard Teller, explores the beliefs and at
titudes behind t!ie nuclear defense. A
Closer Look at the Enemy — Los Angeles
Tim e s reporter and author Robert Scheer
looks at how our view s and attitudes to
w ard the Soviets have im plications for
w orld security.
M onday, A ugust 5,4.-00 p.m.
Birds, the Bees, and the Bomb —
World Hiroshima Day Memorial Cere
mony broadcast live from Hiroshim a. Ja
M ichael C annarella speaks with Steve
Saslow , who is draw ing up a curriculum to
teach school children about nuclear war
without freaking them out.
pan, with sim ultaneous translation. The
m ayor w ill read a peace declaration
from P6ace Park near ground zero.
ing Tour of the Hiroshima Peace
Museum — A succinct and thorough de
headquarters for the International
Shadow Project. Each year shadow
im a ges of human beings are painted in
p ub lic places in memory of the shadow
im a ges left by incinerated victim s of the
first nuclear blasts. Produced by Michael
O 'Rourke. Hiroshima Montage— Read
ing s from contemporary press coverage
of the Hiroshim a bombing.
scription of the bom bing and devasta
tion. Crossfade — a radio dram a blend
ing the sound of the bom b, Japanese
child re n's stories, Harry Trum an, c lip s ffom
the film Hiroshima Mon Amour, and
m usic (featuring Portland's David Friesen).
Tuesd a y, A ugust 6, BKK) p.m. to 1
p.m . Crossfade — A radio drama com
b ining the sound of the bomb. Japanese
c h ild re n 's stories, c lip s from the film
Hiroshima Mon Amour, m usic (including
a perform ance by Portland's David
Friesen), street interviews and Harry
Trum an. Hibakusha — Survivors of the
atom bom b tell their stories. In Defense of
Nuclear Weapons — The father of the
hydrogen bom b, Edward Teller, explores
the b e lie fs and attitudes behind the arms
race. A Closer Look at the Enemy — Los
A ngeles Tim es reporter and author Robert
Scheer looks at how our views and atti
tudes toward the Soviets have implications
for w orld security. The Shadow Project—
Portland is world headquarters for the
International Shadow Project. Each year
shadow im ages of human beings are
painted in public places in memory of the
shadow im ages left by incinerated vic
tim s of the first nuclear blasts. Produced by
M ichael O'Rourke. The Nuclear War In
Backpacking trip to Elk Cove. 4 m iles one
way. moderate. C a ll Sara at 232-8237.
Frid a y , A ugust 30: Fu ll moon hike on Mt.
Hood. Leave at 6:30 p.m.. back around
m idnight. C a ll Ruth at 233-2652.
T h s C ascade G uild ’s Busine ss Net
w orking G roup meets at Dugan's, 15th
KBOO, 90.7 FM listener-supported
ra d io is featuring a week of Hiroshim a-
N a g a sa ki sp e c ia ls to commemorate the
first, and so far, last tim e nuclear weapons
w ere used in war.
A tom i t C afe soundtrack. Prince. Bonzo
goes to W ashington, et alia.
M onday, A ugust 5 ,9 :3 0 a.m .
Th u rsd a y, A ugust B, 9:30 a.m .
Hibakusha — Survivors of the atom bomb
te ll their stories. The Atomic Bombers —-
The crew of the Enola Gay. which drop
ped the atom ic bom bs, reca lls their flights
and how they felt about it years later
(1962). In Defense of Nuclear Weapons
To Ban or Not to Ban — As long as there
and NE Broadway, the second Monday of
each month, at 7:30 p.m.
O .M .T. (G ay Mon Tog ether), an open
and inform al discussion group for gay
men, m eets regularly every W ednesday
evening at 7:00 p.m. in Room 229, Smith
Center, on the Portland State University
cam pus (S.W. Broadway at Montgomery
Street). The w ide range of topics has
Frid a y , A ugust 9 ,9 :3 0 a.m . A Walk
lO esday, A ugust 6 ,1 0 :3 0 a.m . The
Shadow Project — Portland is world
dance c la sse s for beginners. C lasses be
g in Thursday, Septem ber 12 in the NW
Service Center basem ent. NW 18th 8i
Everett, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Signing for
hearing im paired. Everyone welcome. In
form ation: Rosetown Ram blers. PO . Box
5 352, Portland. O R 97228. O r contact
Paul Kilg o re at 281-4610.
dustry: Impact on the Home Front —
tle r spea ks with W ILPF, SANE. PAND, and
the rest of the alphabet soup of local ac
tivist groups w orking on nuclear war
issues Keith Scales Poetry Reading —
Portland actor Keith Scales reads Poetry
on a peace theme. Performing Artist for
Nuclear Disarmament — A perform
ance and interview with Lisa White. The
Ba rbara Bernstein looks at the Hanford.
W ashington PUREX facility where fuel for
nuclear weapons is produced. Nuclear
Apocalypse in Contemporary Popular
Music — M elle M el. XTC , Talking Heads,
have been nuclear weapons, there has
been a disarm am ent movement. Seattle
producer Doug Hoenig exam ines the
history of the peace movement. The Port
land Peace Movement — Margot Beu-
EXPOSE YOURSELF TO
The Nuclear War Industry: Impact on
the Home Front — Barbara Bernstein
looks at Hanford, W ashington and the
PUREX fa c ility which produces weapons
C a ll 231-8032 for more information.
Augen G a lle rie s. Inc., w ill be hosting
a group print show featuring w orks by Jim
Dine, David Hockney, Frank Stella , and
G a llery hours are 10:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m ., Tuesday through Friday, and 11:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday and
The show w ill continue through Septem
ber 4th. For further inform ation, contact
David Baker at 224-8182.
G ra ystono G a lle ry w ill feature mono
types by M adeline Janovec and sculp
ture by Bud Egger through Septem ber 1.
1985. A reception w ill be held at the g a l
lery, 3279 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd., Portland,
Oregon, from 5 to 8 p.m ., Thursday, Aug. 1,
1985. The p itolic is invited to meet the artists.
Photograp hic Im age G a lle ry is
show ing the w orks of Imogen Cunning
ham . a Portland native, through Septem
The G allery is located at 208 SW First
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