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Bits & Pieces: Three, three and three
A Camas, Wash., man will go to great lengths to help support the United Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Jeff Snell plans to run three marathons in three states in three months to support son Micah, who was diagnosed with agenesis of the corpus callosum, a rare brain abnormality. The family has established Micahs Miles, and all donations will go toward the UCP Foundation of Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Jeff will push 3-year-old Micah in a stroller along the way during marathons in Eugene (April 28), Coeur dAlene, Idaho (May 26) and Vancouver, Wash. (June 19, Fathers Day).
Fred DiMeglio has been chosen as artist for the upcoming Pedalpalooza bike festival, beating out 10 other artists.
Festival of videos
A heads-up, for the MTV generation and others: The second Portland Music Video Festival, which showcases work of musicians and filmmakers from Portland and around the country, will be held May 30 at the Hollywood Theatre. Learn more about the festival at portlandmusicvideofestival.com.
On the move
Theatre Vertigo, forced out of its venue by the closing of Theater! Theatre!, has found a new home. Itll share the Shoebox Theatre with the Northwest Classical Theatre Company, 2110 S.E. 10th Ave., in the short-term for the 2013-14 season. Theatre Vertigo will end its run at Theater! Theatre! with Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls, opening May 10.