Portland observer. (Portland, Or.) 1970-current, July 25, 1984, Page 7, Image 7

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    Portland Observer, July 25, 1984 Page 7
Jam ie's Place
EN TER TA IN M EN T
NETW ORK
1313 N.E. Fremont
Joe "Uran" Keller. Entertainment Editor
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STREET MUSIC BAND
Youth Sound Festival concert
Friday ft Saturday. Aug. 3rd and 4th, 9 p.m . til 1 p .m ., 21 ft over
The 1984 W ashington Park Sum mer Festival will ba featuring the
Youthsound Choir and Band, July 31st, at 8:00 p.m. in the amphitheatre
This free concert is one of many concerts to be held nightly in the Rose
Garden Amphitheatre. The Youthsound Choral Ensemble, under the direc­
tion of Ken Berry, has recently performed at the Huh Center for the Perfor
ming Arts in Eugene. Oregon, and at the Portland Art Museum's Berg-
Swann A uditorium . This will be a perform ance that will enlighten all
viewers. We invite you and your family to attend
KBOO
Crab Gumbo benefit dinner
KBO O Com m unity Radio 90.7
will be presenting a special evening
of programming entitled, "Amand-
la N gaw ethu” , a South A frican
Radio Teach-In. The program is
scheduled for August 7th. from 8
p.m . to m idnight. P O S A F (P o rt­
landers Organized for Southern
A frican Freedom) and American
Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
will be co-sponsoring this special
program with KBOO.
W ith the rise o f a larger Black
electorate this past primary season
more people are questioning the
United States’ role in South Africa.
We will be presenting segments on
the following issues:
A. History of South Africa;
B. Apartheid what is it and how
does it operate? Included will be a
JAZMIN
live interview with Dennis Brutus.
An Exiled South African;
C. The C ultural Boycott-The
United States has urged a boycott of
artists who perform in South
A frica, why is it im portant? And
who is part of it?
D. Divestiture
and
South
A frica's links to the rest o f the
world. The economics o f South
Africa and it’s support world-wide;
E. Steve Biko-A radio play about
Steve Biko produced by the
Canadian
Broadcasting
C o r­
poration.
We also will be presenting music
and poetry o f South Africans and
their struggles. Guests will include
Avel Mayfield, Ben Priestly, Lennie
Edwards, and A rt Alexander,
among others.
We urge the listeners to listen on
August 7th, at 8 p .m ., so they can
make up their own minds on the
politics and reality of South Africa.
Listener phone calls will be
welcomed. By the way, Amandla
Ngawethu is a Zulu Quotation
meaning, "Power is Ours.”
Tues. August 7th, 8 - 12 a.m .
Listen to KBOO's
South Africa Teach-In
COMING • A U G U S T 31
KBOO'S SWEET 16 PARTY
WITH
S tre e t M u a lc Band: Dan B ornhouaer. C harles (R h y th m ) L e w i*,
Chris W illiam ». Joe M o w e r. Rusty Cox and M ichael Belch*.
"KOKO TAYLOR''
Band deserves recognition
And Her Blues Machine
Call 231 8032
Portland'» music industry is expanding due to the hard work and
dedication put in by local musicians such as the Street Music Band. The
Street Music Band contains a mixture of pop. rock, funk and jazz The band
has been self sustaining due to the dedication of the bend members. The
band was formed about a year ago by Michael Seiche and Joe Mower who
met at a Portland area music store Since then, the band has constructed
one of the tightest musical groups found in North/Northeast Portland. The
Street Music Band is a positive force in the community and is on their way
to becoming recognized throughout the Portland area The six member
Street Music Bend: Dan Bornhouser (guitar); Charles (Rhythm) Lewis
(saxophone, vocals); Chris Williams (lead vocals); Joe Mower (keyboards);
Rusty Cox (drums), and Micheel Belcba (bass, vocals) The Street Music
Band will be performing at the Eldorado Club (Union & Alberta) July 25th
through 28th and at Jamie's Place 113th ft Fremont) August 3rd and 4th
555
A rts & crafts
faire scheduled
BAND
T M I J A 2 /IIS T MANO H» TO W N '
288 6708
A Public Service of the
Portland Observer
Artists, gardeners, cooks, jewel­
ers, hobbyists, and all other en­
trepreneurs are invited to take
part in Providence Medical Center’s
third Arts & Crafts Faire and Flea
M arket on Saturday, September
8th. The all-day event will be held
outdoors in the covered parking
structure on the Providence cam­
pus, NE 49th between Irving and
Hoyt Streets.
Rental spaces, 9 ’ x 13’ may be
reserved for $10 now until the day
of the Faire by calling Frieda Führer
at 230-1111, ext. 5002
m
Listener-Sponsored Community Radio
Louisiana Style Crab Gumbo, will be the featured entre, 6 p.m., Sunday,
July 29th, at Koinonia House, 633 S .W Montgomery Enjoy music, dance,
poetry as well as other culinary favorites: Ms. Jettie s home cooked hand
bread; stuffed green peppers; and, peach cobbler. A benefit for the Por­
tend Printing Press Co-op. donations are $5 for adults and $3 50 for children
under 12. For more information, call, 235-7139.
KBOO airs S. A frica teach-in
9 0 ./ i
S .W . A ld e r
2 2 4 -1 3 3 6
Let Portland Observer
classifieds
w ork for you I
call 283-0090
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Taj M ah al brought the audience to their feet this peat Sunday at
C atlin G abel School at th e second an n u a l W o rld M u a lc Feetlval.
Thousands of people enjoyed the tw o-day festival, w hich featured a
variety of w orld-class perform ers (m usicians, dancers, and actors).
Along w ith * variety of fine entertainm ent, one was able to try a dish
or tw o of m any of the w o rld '* fin * ethnic foods.
(Photo: Richard J. Brown)
• Promotion»
C o m p le t* E ntertainm ent Service*
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•P u b lic ity
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• Program Coordination
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BETTER ENTERTAINS»XT ATTRACTIONS NETWORK
Contact Joe (Bean) Keiler • Home 232 9871 • Office 283 2486
LOOK W HAT'S HAPPENING
AT Geneva's
4228 N. Williams • 282-6383
"Lip Sync C ontest"
R a a c h a d u la d D a ta
Sunday, July 29th
To enter call 282 6363
from 4:00 p.m. til 1:30 a.m.
Deadline Fri. June 20th
Cover $1°°
Geneva's Summer Specials
Bar Drinks $1m
7 p.m. to 11 p.m. • Tuea. thru Fri.
and Saturday 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Oregon S ym p ho n y O rchestra W A TE R FR O N T C LA S S IC S . S a tu r­
day, July 28, 7:00 p.m .. Waterfront Park. James DePreist, conductor.
Raindate. July 30.
"T h e Eastern M e d ite rra n e a n : W here M o u n ta in s D e te rm in e Life
and P o litic s /' a brown beg lecture Wednesdey. August 1, st noon, room
338, Smith Center et PSU. Arnon Softer, a visiting professor from the
University of Heifa, Israel will speak He is en expert on the political and
social geography of the Middle East Free.
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Sherley Kunz, the Snake Lady, end her reptile friends will be st the
Albina Branch Library, 3605 N.E. 15th Ave., Wednesday, August 1, et 2:00
p.m. At the North Portland Branch Library. 512 N. Killingsworth, August 1,
2:00 p.m., Suitcase Museum: Gloria Murison opens a world of wonder from
the Art Museum.
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C a th e d ra l P e rk J a z z F e e tlv a l. Free perform ances by local jazz
musicians Noon to 9 30 p.m., Saturday, July 28; 1 to 8 p.m., Sunday, July
29. Cathedral Perk.
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A w ard -w in n in g abort film * at the W ashington Park am phitheater.
Wednesday, August 1, 8 p.m. Obo Addy will play at 8:00, followed by the
annual outdoor screening at 9:30 Free If it reins, the program will be
presented in the Northwest Film Studies Center auditorium, 1219 S.W .
Perk Av*.
The third biennial "PIECE OF M IN D " exhibition of Oregon graphic
design opens free to the public Thursday, July 26, et 5 p.m. at the Portland
Center for the Visual Arts IPCVA), 117 N .W 5th Ave The nationally juried
show features more than 120 outstanding posters, photographs, packaging
projects, sds, and other communications pieces by leading Oregon graphic
designers The Ron Steen Trio will entertein at the opening The show will
run from July 27 to August 17, 10 a m. to 5 p.m.
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