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Let's Do it with Bri Pruett: V-day Edition!

LOOK, WE’RE ALL some sort of hipster. Whether your “hipster” is vinyl, French press coffee, or writing Yelp reviews for urban goat farms, I get it, YOU’RE COOL! 761 more words

Sex Survey Results 2014!

Originally published, November 5th, 2014 in the Portland Mercury

WOW‚ PORTLAND, so many of you took this year’s Mercury Sex Survey! THANK YOU! I wonder how many of you completed it pants-less? 2,409 more words

Lupine On the Portland Mercury Cover

I am am beyond ecstatic to see one of my “Pop Native” photographs on The Portland Mercury’s front cover for September 3rd-September 9th. See the online issue here: http://www.portlandmercury.com/portland/IssueArchives?issue=13448823

Can I retire now?

The art of KAZU

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I was lucky enough to talk to Portland-by-way-of-Japan artist Kevin Evans. Looking at his body of work, I believe that you’ll be hearing a lot about this young artist in years to come. 522 more words

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Longtime Portland Mercury theater critic and Arts Editor Alison Hallett moves on

One of Portland’s sharpest theater critics has reached her final act. The Portland Mercury announced yesterday that longtime writer and Arts Editor Alison Hallett will be leaving at the end of August to take a new job at marketing firm… 72 more words

Let's Do it with Bri Pruett: How to Suck a Dick!

Originally published here on the Portland Mercury Blogtown, April 28th, 2014

Let’s Do it with Bri Pruett: How to Suck a Dick

A few friends have seen my stand-up comedy joke sets, and commented, “dang Bri! 1,046 more words

Alexa Stark on Pop-Ups, Portland & Designing as Performance

Fashioning Cascadia, the summer-long upcoming exhibit at Portland’s Museum of Contemporary Craft, explores the question: “What is being made here and why?” Helping answer that question is Parsons-educated Alexa Stark, who is currently working out of the museum gallery as artist-in-residence. 1,039 more words

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