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Yom HaShoah with the Oregon Holocaust Resource Center, April 24-28

Reshaping the World After the Holocaust The Oregon Holocaust Resource Center brings renowned speakers Rabbi Yitz Greenberg and Blu Greenberg to Portland promoting Jewish-Christian dialogue, April 24-28, benefiting the Oregon Holocaust Memorial and Education Fund The weekend, chaired by community leader Mark Rosenbaum and organized by the OHRC with the help of a legion of volunteers, will present a series of events and programs to remember those who suffered in the Holocaust and to learn from the lessons of that horrific chapter in human history. The weekend’s events are built on community-wide ecumenical partnerships, and are open to all. Rabbi Yitz Greenberg and Blu Greenberg will lead the weekend of activities, including lectures, presentations, classes, and commemorative community events. A complete list of events can be found online here.     Two events of note: At 3 pm on Sunday, April 27, the Oregon Board of Rabbis and OHRC co-sponsor the

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This Saturday Evening, Explore the Recent Impact of Television on American Culture

“I think Will & Grace probably did more to educate the American public than almost anybody’s ever done so far.  People fear that which is different. Now they’re beginning to understand.” Vice President Joe Biden on Meet the Press The Sitcom Evolution: Television as a Force of Social Change Saturday, April 12 8 p.m. Wieden + Kennedy Atrium 224 NW 13th Avenue Five-time Emmy nominated Tracy Poust, lead writer behind Will & Grace and this season’s The Crazy Ones, in conversation with Oregonian columnist David Sarasohn. Tickets available here.

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The Sitcom Evolution: Television as a Force for Social Change, Saturday April 12 8 pm

Get your tickets » Relationships between straight and gay friends, obsessions about beauty, unorthodox workplace practices: What makes us laugh or cry and why.     Join us for a provocative conversation about Hollywood hits and more. Five-time Emmy nominated Tracy Poust, lead writer behind Will & Grace and this season’s The Crazy Ones, in conversation with Oregonian columnist David Sarasohn. Saturday April 12, 8 pm Wieden + Kennedy Atrium 224 NW 13th Avenue Portland, Oregon [ Map ] Tickets:   $12 General admission ⁄ $8 Members & students Bios Tracy Poust Tracy Poust discovered quickly that she was not cut out to be a waitress.  Still good came of her stint at New York City’s Symphony Cafe; it was there she met fellow waiter and soon-to-be longtime writing partner, Jon Kinnally who convinced her that writing for drag queens would somehow help her career. Their comedy group Loud Blouse, performed in

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The Sitcom Evolution: Television as a Force for Social Change

Relationships between straight and gay friends, obsessions about beauty, unorthodox workplace practices:   What makes us laugh or cry and why? Join us for a provocative conversation about Hollywood hits and more withFive-time Emmy nominated Tracy Poust, lead writer behind Will & Grace and this season’s The Crazy Ones, in conversation with Oregonian columnist David Sarasohn. Saturday April 12, 8 pm Wieden + Kennedy Atrium 224 NW 13th Avenue Portland, Oregon $12 General admission    /   $8 Members & Students

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