Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013, August 15, 2003, Page 31, Image 31

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A Bear to Bare Party
plays out at the Eagle PDX
(9 pm-midnight 1300 kV
Burnside St $ 4 )
It's going to get a little nippy over
at the Egyptian Club dunng the
Frozen T-Shirt Contest Be the
first to get it on. and you'll go
home with a new electnc scooter
and a signed copy of For More
Than the Toaster Oven (9 pm
3701 SE Division St $4 cover )
DJ Crystal presents her Gay
& Lesbian Club Dance
with favonte hits from past
and present at Portland
M etro Club. (9 pm -1 am
618 SE Alder St. $5.)
On their "mini-Bumbershoot" tour
of the W est Coast. Imperial
Teen stops in Portland to rock
Dante's (7 pm. 1 SkV Third Ave
$10 from TicketsWest)
24> S unday
i ‘ M onday
He put the ' civil" in civil union,
and he’s running for presi­
dent yes Howard Dean is
in the house Groupies gather
at Portland State University’s
Urban Center Plaza for the
Stumptown stop of Dean's
“ Sleepless Summer Tour."
(12 30 pm 506 SW Mill St.
www oregonfordean com.)
Pink M artini adds spice to the
Taste of Vancouver at Esther Short
Park (3:30 pm West Eighth and
Columbia streets $5 )
2 ) T uesday
The legendary Loilapalooza
rolls into Columbia Meadows
in St. Helens with Jane's
Addiction. Audioslave. Incubus,
A Perfect Circle. Jurassic 5,
The Donnas and more (Noon
63701 Columbia River High­
way $52 from TicketsWest )
Join the Portland Frontrunners
for a three- to six-mile run.
(6 30 pm. June 503 819 4626
www portlandfrontrunners. org.)
Bnt wit Eddie Izzard jumps the
pond for the one-man tour Sexie.
dunng which he will talk complete
crap, through Sept. 3 at Newmark
Theatre. (8 pm. 1111 SkV Broad
way. $40-$50 from Ticketmaster.)
Queer Night every Sunday
at Level. (8 pm. 13 NW Sixth
Ave $3.)
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M onday
As if goats and goat herders
weren't.enough to make your
heart sing The B-52's fly
into the Oregon State Fair's L.B Day
Amphitheatre in Salem for a one-night-stand.
(7 pm. 2330 17th St. NE $ 1 7 5 0 from
TicketsWest plus fair admission)
& W ednesday
Even k.d. lang says her music is "unexplain­
able, " so be sure to hear it for yourself at
Chateau St Michelle in Woodmville, Wash.
See Aug. 28 for a Jacksonville show All
together now: “ Road trip! ” (7.30 pm.
14111 NE 145th St $40.50-$50.50 from
Ticketmaster.)
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T hursday
Si Puedes, a Spamsh-language outreach
program of Cascade AIDS Project, offers a
Festival de Cine Gay at the Sexual M inor­
ity Youth Resource Center. (7 pm. 2100 SE
Belmont St. Free. 503 223 5907.)
k.d. lang appears at the Bntt Festival in
Jacksonville See Aug. 27 for a Woodinville
Wash., show. (7 3 0 pm. First and Pine
streets $19-$52 from www.brittfest.org.)
at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Cough up
for Patron Tickets, and you
can meet her. A portion of
all ticket sales are donated
to the Oregon
Health & Science
University Cancer
Institute. (8 pm.
1037 SkV Broadway. $35-$75 from box office
or TicketsWest $125 Patron Tickets from
503-517 8 75 2)
urday and Sunday, 10 am-5 pm Monday
Northwest Eighth Avenue between Burnside
and Glisan streets )
She's back.. but only in two encore perform­
ances of the popular triangle productions!
musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch
through Aug. 29 at Wieden + Kennedy (8 pm
224 N W 13th Ave. $24-$30 from
503-239-5919 or TicketsWest.)
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8minuteDating offers a night for gay
men ages 25 to 45 at Molly's
Loft/Soiree on Belmont Free appetiz­
ers. cash bar and lots of queer quickies
(6 45 pm 2236 SE Belmont St $28 88
$33.88 Registration required at
www 8mmutedatmg. com.)
F riday
5 F riday
Ran ahead to attend the 30th and final
Womensource Gathering through
Sept 7 at Camp Low Echo on the east
shore of Lake of the Woods in southern
Oregon (Contact Olivia at
541 - 773-2928 or olivia ¡oanQmsn com.)
S aturday
The charming festival A rt in tha
Pearl includes queer artists
Nancy W ilkens, Natalie Warrens
ind Annie Meyers through Sept 1
i the North Park Blocks Music,
ineater, food, activities and all kinds
art to admire and buy (10 am-6 pm Sat-
We know, we can't get enough of
Michael Stipe either. R.E.M. per­
forms at D ark County Amphitheater
in Ridgefield, Wash. (8 pm 17200 NE Delfel
Road $37 50-$67 50 from Ticketmaster.)
4 T hursday
Team Portland Tennis Association plays host
to the Rose City Open through Sept. 1 at
Portland Tennis Center. About 150 queers
gather to play in this annual day of singles,
doubles and mixed doubles To play, register
by Aug. 20; no registration required to watch
and hoot. (324 NE 12th Ave. 503 772-5327
www. teamportland tennis, o rg )
3o)
EDNESDAY
Portland Taiko s thundenng drums and
dueling violin and bamboo flute create the Big
Bang CD release concert it Newmark
Theatre through Sept 6 Saturday also
includes the children's matinee Little Bang
(8 pm. 2 pm children s matinee 1111 SkV
Broadway $ 17.50-$25 or $4.50 $ 13 for mati­
nee from TicketsWest.)
6 ) S aturday
“ Local Locomotion" is the theme of this
year's Belmont Street Fair between
Southeast 20th and 48th avenues Includes a
free trolley with live entertainment, a parade,
crafts fair, beer garden and live music
(10 am 5 pm 503 231 9118 )
The Five D ollar Soapy Hand Job car
wash and Women and Their Kick-Ass
Cars show are back! Babes, bnng your
w h ^ ^ J b ik e s . cycles and scooters wel-
c o iro T o o ) to Oaks Park fr^ a s h m g , food,
raffles and. of course, more picture-taking
and video-documenting of women and their
cool cars and bitchin' bikes Queer musi­
cians Vivian's Keeper and Tamara J.
Brown keep those bumpers bumpin'
(2-10 pm 1 SE Spokane St. $5
www tivedollarsoapyhandjob. com.)
t ) S unday
Time to slip on those funky shoes and play a
few stnngs as the Portland Gay and Les­
bian Bowling Association meets at Hoi
lywood Lanes for the start of its 26th season
New players welcome to join a team now1
(3 30 pm 4030 NE Halsey St 503 7220438
wwwpdxbowl com )
Stop and smell the roses dunng Evening in
the Garden a benefit for Coastal AIDS Net
work at the Connie Hanson Garden in Lincoln
C ity Silent and oral auctions, music, food and
wine (6 9 pm 1745 N W 33rd St $25 or $45
for couples from 541 994 5597)
Looking Ahead
As if we could ever really say farewell to
Cher and in only one night? Get tickets
now and savor the anticipation for when the
one-name wonder plays the Rose Garden on
Sept 10 (7 3 0 pm One Center Court
$54 75-$79 75 from Ticketmaster)
See On View and Onstage listings on
Page 32.
Lesbians Enjoying Nature and
Science hold their annual campout at
Ms Leather XVI Kiyah de Valmont and Ms.
Lace XVI Destiny de Valmont crown new title-
holders during the 17th annual Ms. ______
Leather A Ms. Lace Pageant
I
at Klub Z. (Call for time. 333 SkV
Park Ave 503-241-1153 )
I
Cape Lookout State Park Biking, hik­
ing and beachcombing for a lucky 25.
(Anne 360 69 9 3014 )
Check out more listings
at w w w .justout.com !
PHOTO BY RICH
If you're hopelessly devoted to Olivia
Newton-John. be sure to catch her show
3 ) W
Out Dancing's beginning waltz starts
tonight and continues every Friday in August
Intermediate country two-step follows
(7 8 pm waltz. 8 9 pm two step Comer o f
Southeast Ninth Avenue and Ankeny Street
$5 503 236-5129 )
3 1 ) S unday
If your belly's
growling, meet
your friends for
the monthly
Bear Brunch
at Jubitz Truck Stop
sm-1 pm 10310 N Vancouver
Way /. www oregonbears o rg )
The most glamorous female
impersonator in the world
gets crowned dunng the
annual La Femme M ag­
nifique International
Pageant presented by Dar
celle XV at the DoubleTree
Hotel Jantzen Beach (8 pm
909 N Hayden Island Dnve
$25 503 222 5338 )
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