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Jules Monty

in Christchurch

Pie Spy

PRESENTED ON MAY 26, 2016
IN CHRISTCHURCH @ VOL 27

A hard hitting investigation by pie spy Jules Monty reveals the underground pie habit of Christchurch's industrial centre Waltham. In this PechaKucha Jules reveals his true identity, as the man behind the great pie shortage of inner east Christchurch, providing free lunch to the hard working art folks of Chrischurch Art Gallery.

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Pizza and Pie

BY ELLIANA KRANDEL
@ VOL 29 ON MAR 04, 2014

Elliana Krandel and Hannah Altshuler know everything there is to know about pizza and pie. They share the endless varieties and technicalities of these foods, and what they have learned over their friendship of seven years. Pizza and pie are not just delicious foods but also a means of bringing people together. 

"Presentation of the Day" on April 14, 2014.

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Eye Spy

BY DALE WEISS
@ VOL 7 ON MAY 24, 2014

When Dale Weiss started noticing images of single eyes showing up in his Facebook feed, he started annoying all his freinds with games of 'I Spy With My One Eye.' In this PechaKucha, he takes the game up a notch, but was clever enough to launch rolled up dollar bills into the audience as an incentive to guessers.

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Biddus

BY RUTH PUENTE
@ VOL 3 ON OCT 31, 2013

Biddus es la evolución de una sensación de rebeldía sobre el poder, o más bien la falta de poder, del consumidor de a pie.

Dimos forma a la sensación y la transformamos en idea. Y la idea es hoy un sueño, una empresa, es esfuerzo e ilusión, para mí, es sobre todo la determinación de intentar crear algo donde no había nada.

http://www.biddus.com/

Ahora tú pones el precio

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Don't Spy On Me • OK?

BY MARK PATERNOSTRO
@ VOL 33 ON MAR 03, 2015

Mark Paternostro presents an optimistic poem with the opening line "Don't spy on me..." His poem explores the spying and monitoring of everyday people by the NSA.

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Easy as Pie

BY GREG JONUK
@ VOL 5 ON SEP 15, 2015

"I remember how Grandfather told me, 'Son, never fry bacon naked and never trust a topless pie!' Good advice."

When Greg Jonuk was 10 years old, a formative culinary event sent him on a lifelong pursuit of making pie. Here in Easy as Pie from PechaKucha Night Prince George Vol. 5, he sends us into the kitchens of our "pastry-deprived worlds" but not before sharing why pie making is righteous, transformative, and magical. Grab a fork and/or a scoop of ice cream and enjoy this talk on one of the world’s greatest food forms.

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Sky Pie: An Overlook Park for the Land of the Sky

BY TAMARA GRAHAM
@ VOL 9 ON OCT 09, 2015

Tamara Graham explores the possibilities of an overlook park for Asheville atop Beaucatcher Ridge.

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Shameless Body Talk

BY DIANA ABOU ABBAS
IN BEIRUT

Diana Abou Abbas from Marsa Sexual Health Center is a human rights activist based in Beirut. She is the manager at Marsa, providing comprehensive sexual healthcare access to youth, and awareness around sexuality education since 2011. Her talk focuses on available health services at the center, their youth outreach campaigns, events and recent taboo-breaking videos like Leila The Spy and Trans Meets World!

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Asymmetry

BY ELLEN DICKSON
@ VOL 37 ON MAR 01, 2016

So, was Ellen's Dickson's father a spy?  Find out (or not) as Ellen takes you on a journey around the world.

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Facing Lobster

BY JOANNE ARNOLD
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 10, 2016

Joanne Arnold. Joanne is a seven-time Pecha Kucha presenter and one of our favorites. A woman of many talents – she’s an artist, photographer, ordained interfaith chaplain, and professional strength trainer – Joanne loves the PK format, and we love to see her work. She describes herself as a ‘Chronic Waterfront Trespasser.’ By that she means that she has taken photos at first light, mostly near the Portland Waterfront, every day, in good weather and bad, for seven consecutive years, and considers it a spiritual practice. The images she captures are remarkable, especially considering the effort it took to overcome the suspicion and resistance of the fishermen and dock workers, who thought she was everything from a private detective to an OSHA spy. Tonight, Joanne celebrates the men and women who make their living from the sea, with a visual and lyrical prose poem of the Portland Waterfront. With the eye of a fine photographer and the craftsmanship of a born writer, Joanne Arnold vividly describes this unique world, which she calls Facing Lobster