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Our friend Mark Menjivar, creator of one of our most popular Picture Shows, "You Are What You Eat," continues to take his work on the road. On...


Our friend Mark Menjivar, creator of one of our most popular Picture Shows, "You Are What You Eat," continues to take his work on the road.On Wednesday evening, an installation of his work (an example of which can be seen at left) will open-with much fanfare-at Ampersand in Portland, Oregon. At 7:30 p.m., Mr. Menjivar will engage in a discussion with Amanda Peden from Slow Food Portland, an event partner, and visitors can participate in an optional potluck dinner in the gallery from 6 to 10 p.m.Portland residents and visitors should certainly consider coming. And if you can't make it on Wednesday, fret not: The installation will stay up until October 25.

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