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Native Astorian to talk about Finnish epic poem ‘The Kalevala’
Native Astorian to talk about Finnish epic poem ‘The Kalevala’

ASTORIA — Greg Jacob, a retired linguistics professor from Portland State University, will give a talk about the Finnish national epic The Kalevala at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 15, at Suomi Hall, 244 W. Marine Drive.

Jacob will discuss the...

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Poetry is the star at Winecraft

ASTORIA — Poetry is the star at Winecraft on Tuesday, April 4, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Ric’s Poetry Mic. Sign up at 6:45 p.m.

Poets get 5 minuets per reading.

Winecraft is at the foot of 10th Street on the west end of the...

Adelaide’s hosts local authors

Ocean Park, Wash. — Adelaide’s Coffee & Books hosts local author Kent D. Walsh for a book signing an talk about his new book, “In Search of the Pink Seagull,” from 1-4 p.m. Friday, March 31. Adelaide’s is...

Word & Image open for submissions through March 31
Word & Image open for submissions through March 31

MANZANITA — Entries will be accepted through March 31 for the third-annual Word & Image project, a summer exhibit at the Hoffman Center for the Arts pairing artists and writers to create original work, each in response to the...

Sou’Wester Lodge hosts readings, music

SEAVIEW, Wash. — The Sou’Wester Lodge will host an evening of live music and Portland author readings from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, March 11.

Music will be performed by Portland bands The Morals and Jessica Dennison + Jones.

‘Truly deep’
‘Truly deep’
20th annual FisherPoets Gathering celebrates oral tradition, the human experience
Ilwaco teen captures sights, sounds and smells of life afloat
Ilwaco teen captures sights, sounds and smells of life afloat
Fourth-generation fisher’s secret is revealed
Two fishers continue to create art out of their working lives
Two fishers continue to create art out of their working lives
‘Art is vital to the human experience’
Astoria Visual Arts welcomes new writers-in-residence
Astoria Visual Arts welcomes new writers-in-residence

ASTORIA — Michael and Momo Meow are the Astoria Visual Arts North Coast Writer’s Retreat’s newest writers-in-residence. The four-month residency runs through April 30.

The Meow team has been working on an illustrated...

Oregon poet laureate to visit Cannon Beach
Oregon poet laureate to visit Cannon Beach
Hear from Elizabeth Woody at Tolovana Hall on Feb. 17
Register for PoetryFest weekend in Manzanita
Register for PoetryFest weekend in Manzanita

MANZANITA — Last year’s PoetryFest was the first three-day event sponsored by Manzanita Writers’ Series and the Hoffman Center for the Arts.

“All 24 registration spots filled before we could even get a press release...

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