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Tin House: A Slice of Our City

PENELOPE BASS
8 pm Wednesday, Oct. 10., Wednesday October 10 | $5.
Holocene
1001 SE Morrison St.
 
Much like a younger sibling who desperately wants to be as cool as the elder, Portland might not be far off from stealing the clothes from Brooklyn’s closet. Examining the cultural connections between the two cities, Tin House is releasing the new edition of their literary magazine with a celebration featuring readings by Pauls Toutonghi and Jon Raymond, along with live music by Golden Retriever and Cloaks.

Where: Holocene
Phone: 239-7639
Address: 1001 SE Morrison St.
Website: www.holocene.org

 
 

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