Found on the sidewalk on MLK, near Thompson. Didn’t call… dare you to?
[One side, the other side]
This Saturday, 12:30 – 3 pm, at Portland Community Media, 2766 NE MLK:
PCM is in the midst of rewriting our policies. We want to make our resources more accessible to the greater Portland area.
So, we’re curious: what has your PCM experience been like? If you’re already one of our community producers, what’s your wishlist for how the organization could change in 2016?
And if you’re a PCM student (or potential student) who never became a producer, we’re curious: what stopped you? Are there any barriers to becoming a PCM producer that we should address?
If you can’t make it, but still have something to say, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, drop your written comments off at the front desk, or comment anonymously here: https://community.pcmtv.org/forms/changes-public-access-rules-producers-we-need-your-feedback.
I found this squid and lighter next to each other at MLK & Fremont today.
Don’t Shoot Portland & Black Live Matter are holding a rally and march from Peninsula Park, heading down MLK Boulevard to the Convention Center. Meet up at Peninsula Park at 1 pm, 700 N. Rosa Parks Way. A children’s march will be the focu of the march itself.
is completely fine. Except, you know, for the insanely loud sound of their bikes day, night, whatever, whenever. If you’ve got to make that much noise, can’t you do it outside a city where other people’s ears live? [Short answer – I guess not.]