The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, February 14, 1979, Page 5, Image 5

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    Howling Gael, back for more
Portland’s best known folk dion, has been delighting
group, Howling Gael, will per­ listeners in the Pacific North­
form in concert with two very west for the past two and one
accomplished west coast folk half years.
No Comhaile, whose mem­
groups, No Comhaile, (no
come all yuh), from Seattle, bers are among the leading ex­
and Knock Na Shee, from San ponents of Irish music on the
Francisco, Friday at 8 p.m. in
the Portland Art Museum’s
Swann Auditorium located at
1219 S.W. Park.
Howling Gael’s first album,
“Rant and Roar,” released in
mid-1978, is already passing
By Scott Starnes
phenomenal for a local produc­
Of The Print
tion. The group’s strong vocal
Our love had overgrown.
arrangements and unique in­
The College cafeteria had
strumentation using guitar, fid­
always remained so faithful
dle, hammer dulcimer, man­
to me, but our romance had
dolin, electric bass and accor-
grown stale. I was lured to a
new love, a love offering
much, yes, much more than
the cafeteria had ever con­
delicatessen had captured
my sight and stomach .
Albie’s (Albertson’s) was
new to the area. I saw her
there will be a reception—open
Situated there on the hill, her
to the students and community
beckoning me to come in­
John, art teacher, will be on
side. Tempted, I dared her
hand to give a lecture at 7:30
offer and proceeded to enter
p.m. John will speak on the
through her electric snare. I
various ideas and concerns
marveled at her grandeur
about painting and art. He will
seductive array of
also present a slide show and
meats, cheeses and pastries.
introduce each faculty artist.
I knew this was love. No
Refreshments will be served
other eatery had done this to
at the reception,
me before. Aroused and
hungered by this visible
west coast, bring their own
unique interpretations to their
increasingly popular form of
music, on guitar, tin whistle,
fiddle and concertina.
Knock Na Shee, special
Lunch time
‘Albie’s’ proves exciting
display I indulged as I have
never done before. It had
been such a long time since I
had had this much pleasure.
I glided to and fro from
her deli case to her pastry
counter. Her succulent
Hawaiian chicken glistening
under the pulsating heat
lamps was too much to
fathom yet I bore up and
went on, realizing that there
was more (groan), much
I sampled her Polish
sausage and then her
cheeses. They were delight­
ful, yet I yearnedfor more and
proceeded • down her coun­
ters. Her barbecued ribs jut­
ting into the fogged window
case stopped me cold for an
instant, but I kept moving
and finally ended up at the
sandwich bar. This was what
I wanted: one of her
pastrami sandwiches
smothered with lettuce and
lient displayed
I art faculty
the artistic flair of the
fe’s art department
; during the Faculty Art
■eb. 19 through 23.
in Bursheim, Nancy
5,Leland John, Les Tip-
¡id Jeff Molatore will
¡their artistic talents.
Iteacher/artists will have
iorks on dispaly in the
e Lounge all during the
! On Monday evening ■
anists perform
pianists Ferrante and
r, long-time favorites of
jders, will return to the
of the Portland Civic
num on February 22
at 8:15 p.m. They will
, as usual, under the
guests from San Francisco, are
by all accounts one of the hot­
test Irish style bands on the
west coast. The trio perform on
fiddle, guitar and flute.
Tickets are $3.50 at the
aegis of Celebrity Attractions.
Tickets for Ferrante and
Teicher, priced at $7.50,
$6.50 and $5.50, are on sale
now at Celebrity Attractions,
1010 S.W. Morrison, Portland.
Or. 97205.
rown Jewelers
ocated at the Holly Farm Mall on
I.E. McLoughlin Blvd, behind the
'opper Kitchen Restaurant
cheeses. The sandwich was
splendid. I voraciously con­
sumed the sandwich and
wiped the excess mayon­
naise from my chin. 1 was
satisfied but not completely.
I needed something more.
She whispered to_ me
about her pastry depar­
tment. Maple bars, German
doughnuts of all varieties,
cherry twists, she went on
and on. She was a teaser all
Ah, the spoils of over in­
dulgence. But I knew it was
over between us when I,
wanting no more of her sin­
fully delicious foods, was
dumped for a new customer
ravenous for her delights.
The affair was over. I
would once again return to
my trusting cafeteria only to
return to my temporary love
maybe once a week.
Now in
old Filled
id 14 K
old chains
ir men and
dutiful Pendants
»d Earrings.
mrtship, Engagement and
Wedding Rings
lackamas Community College
Students with a current
student body card.
New easy-to-hold Keg Bottle.
New easy-to-remove Twist-off Cap.
New easy-to-carry 12 Pack.
Our three improvements make it
easier for you to enjoy the great
natural taste of Heidelberg!
Co.. 'Ihcoma
Heidelberg Brewing Co.,
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