Literary Events

BYOB Poetry

When: Last Friday of every month, 8 p.m. Continues through Feb. 27 2012

Poetry and alcohol have pretty much always paired nicely. Consider how master 13th-century poet Rumi got philosophical about wine. "Drink the wine that moves you / as a camel moves when it's been untied" he wrote in "The Many Wines." And I would advise you to drink whatever pleases you at 8 tonight at the Modbo Gallery (17C E. Bijou St., 633-4240), and to consider ambling about like a humped animal. (Wait, that came out wrong ...) The new gallery is hosting its free, last Fridays (of the month) BYOB Poetry series. Enjoy sips and local poets' musings under the watchful eyes of many a portrait. (The 30-Day Portrait Experience, featuring works by Lindsay Hand and Brett Andrus continues to hang through Sept. 4.) — Matthew Schniper

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