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August/September 2014

Veröffentlicht am in "Lokales & Regionales, Lokales & Regionales", Sprache — English. 36 Seiten.
In this ad-free issue, we take on the question of how to get more kidneys for the more than 100,000 people who are waiting for them. We speak with Jeffrey Martin about his new album, Dogs in the Daylight. We also speak with assemblage artist Mark Crummett and burgeoning rapper Young Hawkins. We also sent Kim into the depths of PDX dive bars and outline the plight of the jazz scene in Portland as fewer stages are choking the development of the next generation of up-and-comers. Mehr anzeigen
We are a rotating cast of contributors and writers dedicated to delivering the stories of Portland. From up and coming artists and musicians to emerging chefs or personal stories of struggle and triumph, Poppycock's writers get elbow deep in the stories about the people who call Portland their weird, weird home. You get what you pay for with Poppycock: Stories about Portlanders. We are 100% ad-free and 100% Portland. Mehr anzeigen
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