Portland observer. (Portland, Or.) 1970-current, August 01, 1984, Page 7, Image 7

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    Portland Observer, August 1, 1984 Paga 7
Jamie's Place
ENTERTAINMENT I
NETWORK
1313 N.E. Fremont
Jo« "B«an" KtHtr. Enttrtainmtnt Editor
STREET M USIC BAND
Live Music, NE Clubs
Friday ft S atu rd ay . A u g . 3rd end 4 th . * p .m . til 1 p .m .. 21 ft o ver
Out and about in the community and nothing to do. W all, thia weekend,
you can listen to tw o of tha com m unity's hottest bands. On Friday !*►«
Saturday, August 3rd and 4th, tha Eldorado Club (N.E. Union and Alberta)
will feature the 3 -0 Band The band will begin at 9 p.m until 1:30 a.m . and
the cover charge is I I .00 Also on Friday and Saturday, August 3rd and 4th,
the Street Music Band will ba performing at Jamie's Place (N.E. 13th and
Fremont) beginning at 9 p.m until 1:30 a.m . NO COVER. Don't forget, you
can always catch the Staple Brothers W ed - Sat at BeeBee's (N.E. Union
and Jessup) NO COVER.
Free Park Concerts
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T h e W o o d y H it e B ig B a n d e n t e r t a in s a u d ie n c e . S u n d a y , a t
C a th e d ral Park. T h a Ja zz Festival fe a tu re d m any o f P o rtla n d 's finest
J a i l artists.
P h oto by R ich ard B ro w n
B E.A N I snd the Ronnie W right Community Singers will be boating the
4th Annual it Gospel Music Festival on August the 4th, beginning at 12:00
I . . . .. . The festival w ill faa tu ra a variety of choirs, groups and
noon u ntil.
soloist Bring a picnic basket and the family and spend the day with us. The
festival will take place in Peninsula Park at Portland Bfvd. and Albina streets.
August
Robert Cray
with
Curtis Salgado
and
In YO Face
The S tap le B rothers Funk Band w ill ba presenting a free co n cert in
Peninsula Park on Sunday, August 5th, from 5:30 p.m . until 7 p.m . Tha
Staple Brothers have been perform ing throughout tha Portland area for
many years. Check them out.
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On August 11th, the Portland Festival Symphony will be performing at
Peninsula Park under the direction of Lajoa Balogh, music director and
conductor The Portland Festival Sym phony consists of members of tha
Oregon Symphony, Portland Opera Orchestra and local 99. These free con­
certs are being sponsored through the Bureau of Parks. Support your local
artist.
Curtis Salgado
with
In YO Face
and
Hot Link
with
Hot Link
KBOO
Possible Program Changes
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Listener-Sponsored Community Radio
The A fro -A m e ric a n program m ers of K B O O Radio w o u ld like for tha
public to attend the August 13th board meeting at KBOO, 20 S.E. 8th and
Burnside at 6:30. As concerned listeners and supporters of KBOO's soul
programming, it is important that we, the public attend this meeting. Read
next w eek’s paper for more details.
of us. Read next week's paper for more details.
Tues. August 7th, 8 - 12 s.i
Listen to KBOO'a
South Africo Teech-ln
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AUGUST 31
KBOO'S SWEET 16 PARTY
"U n ity " In Concert
WITH
The gospel singing group Unity will be performing in concert on Satur­
day, August 12th, at New Hope Baptist Churchlocatad at 3736 N. Ganten
bein, at 7:00 p m. The concert will feature other special guests.
"KOKO TAYLOR"
And Her Blues Machine
Call 231 8032
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OPEN MON Through SAT
EVENINGS AVAILABLE
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Dental Insurance Accepted
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Run Away for a Day
Ringling Bros, and Barnum Et Bailey Circus, running n ow through
August 5th, brings Portland audiences tw o-and one-half hours of absor­
bing action, suspense, excitem ent, daring and hilarity at tha M em orial
Coliseum.
This year's all naw Edition features a galaxy of Circus start including:
Miguel Vazquez, tha only parson aver to com plete tha quadruple somer­
sault on the flying trapeze; American new com er W ad e Burck facing tha
fury of rare white tigers; The Survivors, the most daring eeriel quartet in the
w orld; T h e King Charles Troupe, those unicycling basketball w izards
celebrating 16 years w ith Tha Greatest S h ow On Earth; and m ultitues of
hilarious clowns and glamorous dancing showgirls
Tha Axel Gautier family is featured in this year's rootin' tootin' elephant
production en titled " E le p h a n ts -C o u n try S ty le ." Six-thousand pound
m am m oth ballerinas, 21 strong, prance and dance to popular country-
western tunas in a modern-day choreographic miracle
Tickets for tha Greatest Show On Earth, priced at >6.00, >7.60 and >8 50,
with a >2.00 discount for children under 12 at selected performances, are
available at the Memorial Coliseum Box Office, G .l. Joe Stores and Maier ft
Frank. For additional ticket inform ation, call (5031 238 IN F O . For group
sales information, call (503) 236-8771
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P o rtla n d 's P o lice Bureau o ffe rs Sexual A s sa u lt P re ve n tio n program
in August at tha following locations Downtown-M ondays, August 6, 13, ft
20, from 6 : X - 9:30 p .m ., at tha Justice Canter, 1111 S .W . 2nd, 14th FI;
and S.E.-Tuesdays, August 7, 14, Et 21, from 6 30 9 30 p.m , at tha Por
Hand Mennonrte Church, 1312 S.E. 35th (in basement). Parsons registering
for the 9-h o ur classaa m ust ba able to atte n d all 3 sassiona scheduled.
Classes are for women and girts aged 13 and up. Call 796-3126 to register
S u m m e r R e e d in g C lu b p arty w ith O H N O and C A R R O T tha
clowns. W ednesday, August 8th, 2:00 p.m . at tha Albina branch of
the Multnomah County Library. 3806 N.E. 16th, 287-7147.
N o rth w e s t In d ian A rt. Bring your whole family to this fascinating
program led by Eva Rickies, Wednesday August 8th, 2:00 p.m . at the
N o rth Portlan d branch o f th a M u ltn om ah C o u n ty Library, 612 N.
KiNingsworth, 284-5622
H iro sh im a : H o lo c a u s t an d H ope. Sunday, August 5, 1984, from
7:00 8 30 p .m ., at tha Tarry Shrunk Park. Event will feature music,
and poetry and include a silent walk to W aterfront Park and a vigil
Terry Shrunk Park is located on S W 3rd, between S W Jefferson and
M adison Streets. Tha Portland Freeze Coalition, 222 9362, is spon
soring tha commemoration
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BBS S.W . A ld e r
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F re e e n t e r t a i n m e n t a t 6 :0 0 p .m . in th e Rosa G arden a m ­
phitheater continues through August 13th. Tha Portland Bureau of
Parks and Recreation presents tha Clan M aclaay Pipe Band August
8th
Special
Designer Curls............................. 40.00
Relaxer..............30.00, touch-up 20.00
Haircuts............................. 8.00 and up
Hot oil treatment......................... 5.00
Cellaphane................................... 15.00
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