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Ford Food & Drink

2505 SE 11th Ave
Portland, OR 97202, United States (map)

Hours

  • Mon: 7am to 7pm
  • Tue–Fri: 7am to 10pm
  • Sat: 9am to 10pm
  • Sun: 9am to 7pm

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Past events that happened here

  • Friday
    Sep 22 2017
    Women Writers Against Trump

    Right now, it is crucial that women come together and make our voices heard. When women join in solidarity and support one another, we create change. So please, come join us for our third reading on Friday, September 22nd as four incredible women writers draw attention to the voices and ideas Trump and his administration attempt to silence.

    Of course, all forms of gender and genitalia are warmly welcome!

    This event is free, but there will be a jar for donations. All donations will go to No More Deaths / No Más Muertes. Please go to the following website for information on this incredibly important organization: http://forms.nomoredeaths.org/en/

    You can also find more information about the reading series and the positively, perfect sister hosts at http://womenwritersagainsttrump.org/ .

    Hosts: Allison Tobey & Chrys Tobey

    Readers: Monica Drake, Paulann Petersen, Rebecca Owen, & Timmy Straw

    Bios: Monica Drake is the author of three books, Clown Girl, The Stud Book and The Folly of Loving Life. Her essays have appeared in the New York Times's Modern Love column, as well as the Paris Review Daily, The Rumpus, Oregon Humanities Magazine, Northwest Review and many other places. Notably, she once wrote an entire issue of the Stranger magazine, cover to cover. Similarly, she once ate an entire baked chicken. She is a Professor at the Pacific Northwest College of Art, and working on another book.

    Paulann Petersen is a former Stegner Fellow at Stanford University whose poems have appeared in many publications including Poetry, The New Republic, Prairie Schooner, and Wilderness Magazine. Her first full-length collection of poems, The Wild Awake, was published by Confluence Press in 2002. A second, Blood-Silk, poems about Turkey, was published by Quiet Lion Press of Portland in 2004. A Bride of Narrow Escape was published by Cloudbank Books as part of its Northwest Poetry Series in 2006. Kindle was published by Mountains and Rivers Press in 2008. The Voluptuary was published by Lost Horse Press in 2010. Her latest book, Understory, is also from Lost Horse Press, 2013. Paulann served as Oregon’s Poet Laureate and she serves on the National Advisory Board for Friends of William Stafford.

    Becca Owen's essays have appeared in Oregon Quarterly and Equus, and she was the recipient of a 2017 Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship in creative nonfiction. She received her MFA from Minnesota State University, teaches college writing, plays the cello in the Salem Philharmonia, and volunteers for Hytyme Equine Rescue.

    Timmy Straw is a poet and musician from Oregon. Editions Plane published her first chapbook, 'To Water, Everything is a Swimmer,' and her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Spork, Gramma, Tin House, Weekday & Volta. She’s composed music for film and ballet, released the album 'State Parks' and is currently working on a second. She also studies Russian at Reed College.

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  • Saturday
    Jun 24 2017
    Zines for the End Times

    Zinesters come together and share their apocalyptic visions.

    Featuring:

    • Erika Rier
    • Melanie Fey
    • Martha Grover
    • Kinoko Evans
    • Isadora Fleminger Rier

    $5 suggested donation. All proceeds go to the 2017 Portland Zine Symposium.

    If we raise, $40, that would pay for a new vinyl banner featuring our new logo by artist Eileen Chavez.

    If we raise, $80, that would pay for one ADA compliant port-o-potty.

    If we raise, $120, that would pay for half of the cost for the tables and chairs.

    If we raise, $200, that would pay for the symposium programs.

    Help us raise the monies needed to throw a great symposium!


    Portland Zine Symposium - An organization that since 2001 has put on events to celebrate and support small press and DIY culture.

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  • Wednesday
    Mar 15 2017
    Tech Solidarity Informal Weekly Meeting

    Weekly meetings will be held in Portland between monthly meetings. These will maintain our momentum and keep us in contact with each other and local organizations.

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