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The Fixin' To
9:00pm Thursday, September 20, 2018

Blesst Chest will be performing a live buffet of songs from their new release "Casual Corner" out on XRAY Records w/ friends Hot Victory opening.

blesstchest.bandcamp.com/

hothotvictory.bandcamp.com/

21+ / $7

TLE Bridgeport
10:00am Saturday, September 22, 2018

Join TLE & Family as we celebrate the opening of our new store in Bridgeport Village! Festivities all day, including:

10am: Deluxe gift bags for the first 50 shoppers!
12pm-5pm: DJ Dijon + XRAY.FM 
12pm-close: Spin & Win!
2pm-5pm: Tastings from our friends Gigantic Brewing Company + Portland Cider Co.
Free prizes for kids all day

Join TLE at Bridgeport Village for a day of fun and celebration!




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6431 NE MLK JR. BLVD
3:00pm Saturday, September 22, 201811:00am Sunday, September 23, 2018

Event Features: 
• On Saturday Sept 22 from 3-8pm come enjoy music, theatre, food, drink, dancing, raffle prizes from local businesses and vendor& fitness fair. 
• On Sunday Sept 23 from 6am-11am join us for our USATF Sanctioned and Certified Chip Timed 5k, 10k and 15K Races through the beautiful neighborhoods of the Soul District. 
o All run participants will receive I AM We wrist bands, a grill cheese sandwich courtesy of Tillamook Cheese and Dave’s Killer Bread and ice cold brew from Widmer Bros ( 21 and older). 
o Winners from each race in age and gender category will receive medals, prize packages, and bragging rights until next year.
o Other post-race features include music, raffle prizes from local businesses, vendor village and great community networking. 

Benefiting the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs
Funds raised through the MLK Dream Run will benefit the Soul District Fellows Youth Entrepreneur Career Leadership Program designed to help emerging entrepreneurs (ages 16-24) improve and expand skills that come from operating successful businesses. Our Fellows are able to leverage these skills to secure opportunities for better employment and pathways to higher education. Each year, in collaboration with the generous support of Multnomah County’s Summer Works program, approximately 20-30 interns are employed to help put the MLK Dream Run together. Simultaneously their work plan helps both connect them with the business community while leaving a sustainable and positive impact in the community. 

Over the past year the Soul District Fellows program has expanded to include the Green Lighting Black Lives Matter Youth Media Project which recruits and trains next generation youth entrepreneurs, ages 14-26, in the usage and purposeful application of cutting edge video technology, film and video production equipment and seeks to inspire and empower them to bring their unique perspectives in telling the stories of their community of Portland, Oregon. Through controlling the narratives, they learn how to control the outcomes and experience the business confidence that come with you increase feelings of capability, significance and influence 
For examples of their work go to our YouTube channel Green Lighting Black Lives Matter Youth Media Project

This Year’s MOTTO: I AM WE

This Year’s THEME: Generational Health Generational Wealth 

This Year’s Colors: Blue, Gold, Black- symbolizing generational health and generational wealth. We will be encouraging the community to walk and run as family and friend units that span generations.

White Eagle
8:00pm Thursday, September 27, 2018

The QUARTERLY event brings you some of the best hip-hop in the region. With an additional hour featuring beat sets from some of the region's best producers, the open mic segment and live remixes from resident DJs Trox and O.G. One., the Hip Hop Showcase is happening the last Thursday of the quarter at White Eagle, with Live performances, drink specials and good vibes!

Make sure you hit www.miccheckpdx.com 

THURSDAY September 27TH:

Special Guests...

MIC CAPES

FOUNTAINE

COVI


Beat Set by: CEE GOODS

Hosted by: DJ Klyph

Music by: Trox & DJ O.G. One

Dooors @ 8pm, Show starts at 9pm...

21 and over, Tickets: $8 @ the Door

Chapel
9:00pm Friday, September 28, 2018

You can dance, you can dine, you can drag, you can disco, having the time of your (after)life! 

As everyone knows Cher’s new album of ABBA covers comes out on Friday September 28th and what better way to celebrate than with a CHER VS ABBA DRAG DISCO!!! Get down at the NecroNancy Disco at Chapel Hill aka Studio 69. It’s time to do the hustle, do the electric slide, and take your booty to funky town! Show up in your best disco dubs and live your fantasy. Disco all night, drag show at (gimmie gimme a man after) midnight. Performances will be all Cher, all ABBA, and all Cher covering ABBA. This is historic event and you do not want to miss this one!


Performances by:
Faun Dae
Wolfgang X
Miss Inanna
Harlow Quinzel
Diva Dott
& more to announce soon!

Disco DJ Buckmaster all night long!

$10 cover / $8 in Disco Lewkz! / 21+ only

Beech Street Parlor
9:00pm Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Every first Tuesday from 9PM-1AM join XRAY.FM DJs spinning records live at Beech Street Parlor! For a full schedule of events visit Beech Street Parlor here. 

September 9th - VCR TV
October 2nd - Big City Radio Show


NW Film Center
7:00pm Sunday, October 7, 201810:00pm Friday, September 28, 2018

Not Sorry: Feminist Experimental Film from the 1970s to Today

  • October 7, 2018 – October 28, 2018 
  • Opening soundtracks provided by XRAY.FM DJs

What is feminist experimental film? How is it feminist, and what makes it experimental? Through this four-program series, we explore these questions, inspired by the new text Film Feminisms: A Global Introduction co-written by PSU film professor Dr. Kristin Lené Hole and Dr. Dijana Jelača. Taking place each Sunday evening in October, Not Sorry presents a survey of short works spanning from the 1970s to today with an explicit intent on questioning the largely white male canon of experimental film while positioning different modes of experimentation within both international and contemporary terms. The program will include more well-known works like Peggy Ahwesh’s She Puppet (2001) that repurposes footage of video game character Lara Croft; under-recognized landmarks like Black feminist work from LA Rebellion filmmaker Barbara McCullough, Water Ritual #1: An Urban Rite of Purification (1979); and contemporary pieces like the hand-manipulated 16mm confessional films Solitary Acts #5 (2015) and Her Silent Seaming (2014) from Turkish-American filmmaker Nazli Dinçel, who will be in attendance October 14. Portland-based artists Ariella Tai, Vanessa Renwick, Julie Perini, and Hannah Piper Burns will also be represented in the series, bringing a local perspective to the film selections and discussions.

Tickets and the complete schedule available here

Beech Street Parlor
9:00pm Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Every first Tuesday from 9PM-1AM join XRAY.FM DJs spinning records live at Beech Street Parlor! For a full schedule of events visit Beech Street Parlor here. 

September 9th - VCR TV
October 2nd - Big City Radio Show


Beech Street Parlor
9:00pm Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Every first Tuesday from 9PM-1AM join XRAY.FM DJs spinning records live at Beech Street Parlor! For a full schedule of events visit Beech Street Parlor here. 

September 9th - VCR TV
October 2nd - Big City Radio Show