Monthly Archives: September 2009

Exposing the Absence of Progress; Young Jean Lee’s The Shipment

Korean-American playwright Young Jean Lee has established herself as a bit of a renegade. In her Artistic Statement on her web site, she says, “I’ve found that the best way to make theater that unsettles and challenges my audience is to do things that make me uncomfortable.” Her contribution to PICA’s Time Based Arts Festival…
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Gilt Club Becomes Foodie Destination

Although Gilt Club has been a popular spot for over five years, owner Jamie Dunn knew that it was time for a change. The economic downturn has left no Portland restaurant untouched, and Gilt Club was no exception. But Dunn also saw an opportunity—a chance for a shot of creativity to enliven the menu—a revitalization…
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