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Things to do before the ‘Ice Age’ is ubiquitous


Hochenkeit, Z Drogi, Moral Crayfish

A benefit for local zine Amplitude Equals One over Frequency Squared. Hochenkeit is one of the handful of Portland bands that’s been messing with free jazz experiments since before it became the cool thing to do. Five years in and their still going stong, drawing inspiration from world music but managing to forever remain indie cool. And the show’s two blocks from school. Jasmine Tree, 401 S.W. Harrison St., 9 p.m., 21+, w/ID, $3-5 donatioin


‘Chain Camera’

Billed as the real “Real World,” “Chain Camera” is the result of the director giving video cameras to 10 urban high school kids and tells them to give it to ten more and on and on until there were 700 hours of video. They finally edirted it down to 90 minutes they give and the result is said to be in turns hilarious, raw and disturbing. Clinton Street Theater, 72522 S.E. Clinton, 7 and 9 p.m., $6

Wednesday March 13

Kim Addonizio

This San Fransico-based brings makes images that transport you right to the bar she’s pictured in on the cover of her lates book, “Tell Me” (BOA Editions). Graced with a quote from U.S. Poet laureate Billy Collins, the book solidifies her position in th eon-deck circle for the bigger awards. Smith Center Browsing Lounge, 7:30 p.m., free to students, faculty and staff