Saturday, May 4th 2013
In the gym at the Mosier Community School
Two identical shows: 2pm & 7pm
(The afternoon show will be run backwards.)
Tickets $5 at the door
(There’s no place to buy ahead of time this year so you may want to arrive early for the evening show or come REALLY early and attend the afternoon show.)
The idea behind Interesting is simple: an afternoon or evening of 20 different people each talking for 3-minutes about something they love/hate/do/did/know/care about/obsess over.
Warning: Some talks have mature themes including Sex, Death, Religion and Politics (we did Money last time).
This year we’re thrilled to present this amazing line up:
Why Kale Is Going To Save Us
You either love it or hate it, but kale is looking more and more like the answer to our salvation as a society. It’s time we all welcome kale into our lives!
Michelle McGrath | Gorge Grown Food Network. | http://www.GorgeGrown.com
Social Media Throw-down
Aurora Moore VS Monica Garcia |
Passion to Represent
Rep. John Huffman | Oregon Legislature
The Training Game
We will use clickers to train live audience volunteers.
Jenni Lott, Laura Spinney, Beau Bulick & Charlie Riter | http://www.CascadePetCamp.com
The Cliff Hanger
Don Hardin, author of Wild Tales and Wild Tails
Let’s Make a Deal
Gorge Pick Up Lines
My experience on the Rajneesh ranch
Swami Anand Nirjan
You Are What You Eat
How our food choices impact more than just our health and our conscience.
Jon Kelter Gehrig
Living With the Knowledge of Your Impending Death
On April 1, 2009 I was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and given 6 months to live.
Rick Hulett | rickhulett.com
Why Is It So Damn Windy Here?
Comparison of Buddhist practice of Charnal Ground meditation with my favorite place on the Oregon Coast
Holons and Our Chosen Identities
Anything can be viewed as either an autonomous whole, or as a piece of a larger system. What does this mean about who we are?
Zan Moore | www.InstrumentsOfTheNow.com
Gone With the Wind in 3 Minutes
[The World’s Weird Workings] – Interesting [facts] [details] [trivia] [tidbits] about common and uncommon things.
How to Clean Up a Nuclear Waste Superfund Site (in three minutes)
Chair, Oregon Hanford Cleanup Board and author of America’s Nuclear Wastelands; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Unorthodox Number 8
The inspiring saga of Number 8 and the mercy he showed other numbers despite being raised a killer and living as a pariah estranged from his family.
Memory, exactly what’s happening in the brain to cause us to lose our memory?
And a few more surprises!
Questions? Call Emily at 503-360-3532
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