Monthly Archives: January 2010


Day 103: isolated a dark and knotted tree bound, roots to her skin limbs that sweep the moon a face grappling with its history; just to breathe in love with love with a camera, with a pen hopelessly a mystery … Continue reading

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Day 102: “What inspires me?  Thought provoking films, spicy food, a nice chocolate stout, my cat Simone’s yodeling, an Edward Gorey drawing, Bellini’s opera La Sonnambula, my dad’s homemade rye bread, a Sherlock Homes story, costume drama BBC productions, radio … Continue reading

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Day 101: “Food is my first love. It is colorful, vital and abstract. We, as people, understand it. It transports us to different places and times; it touches all of the senses acting as a divination tool for the experience … Continue reading

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Day 100! To Portland.  With love, from Ethiopia. – Sonya is the owner of E’Njoni Cafe on North Killingsworth Avenue in Portland, Oregon, as well as a warm and generous contribution to our community.

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Day 99: “Ms. Phyllis Diller is my boss! Getting older is not that hard.” – Pam Carsten, Smart Access Customer Care & Development Associate at Portland Community Media

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Day 98: I sometimes wonder why I love the British accent .  Like many young girls I idolized Pollyanna, Mary Poppins and Maria as she bounded through the Austrian countryside and melted the frozen heart of Captain Von Trapp.  A … Continue reading

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Day 97: I have a secret No one knows that I like him He doesn’t know me. Kristi is cuter It’s no wonder he likes her But what’s wrong with me? One day he’ll notice And he’ll tell me I’m … Continue reading

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Day 96: I’ve been contemplating the idea of community and I’ve realized that although I may be part of a wide variety of small to medium sized communities, I would be careless to forget the larger communities that encompass my … Continue reading

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Day 95: Once I began speaking to filmmakers in Portland all signs pointed towards Beth.  “Have you met Beth Harrington, yet?” was the question I received each time I revealed my passion for documentary film.  It did not take me … Continue reading

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