August 26, 2011
Chef Marc Nassar and Salem House Concerts to host KMUZ benefit
by Nate Rafn
Salem House Concerts will host a dinner and garden-concert on August 28th to benefit KMUZ 88.5 FM, the Mid-Willamette Valley's new community radio station. Music will be performed by Bill Hughs, Karen Dumont and Nathan Olson, with Brian Cutean headlining the show. Food for the event will be prepared by chef Marc Nassar.
"I can’t think of a better artist to come perform for KMUZ than Brian Cutean," says Nassar. "Brian is one of those fairly local, fairly loco, unique, independent, purely sincere and wildly original performers who can entertain you in so many ways."
For more information about KMUZ, visit www.kmuz.org.
Salem House Concerts - KMUZ Benefit Bash
Sunday, August 28th - Garden Opens 4:00pm, Music 5:15pm
468 21st NE Salem, OR 97301
$25.00 in advance for dinner and show
Tickets and Info: Marc Nassar 503-378-7704 email@example.com
Noah Grobart and Ben Stern specialize in local meats at Pastaworks. by Nate Rafn The Pastaworks butcher shop on Hawthorne Boulevard i...
by Nate Rafn Goats are fascinating animals. They have a varied diet, which includes plants that other livestock refuse to eat. Goats wi...
by Nate Rafn I often hear from people who are looking for a reliable source of high quality, local pork. Oregon is home to dozens of pigs...
by Nate Rafn Oregon is home to a wide array of edible mushrooms, both wild and cultivated. Wild mushrooms are often served at fine resta...
Thanksgiving dinner is a rare opportunity to join with family and show appreciation for all the positive aspects of life. Living in the Wi...
by Nate Rafn As the earth begins to dry-out on nearby farms and ranches, we find ourselves on the cusp of a seasonal transition for local ...
Willamette University's Institute for Continued Learning: Additional research on Oregon's meat industryWe'd like to thank Willamette University's Institute for Continued Learning for hosting our presentation on Oregon's ...
by Nate Rafn Honeybees play a vital role, both in nature and in agriculture. They are responsible for pollinating many of our fruit and v...