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6 Things to Do for July 19

From Slacktivism to Activism

Resistance Events for the Week of July 19-25

Things To Do Film: July 21-27

Hecklevision, Night of the Living Dead, and More!

Things to Do Music: July 19-25

Noteworthy Shows This Week

Things to Do Comedy: July 2017

Funny Things to Do All Month Long

Things to Do Food: July 2017

How to Eat, Drink, and Be Merry for the Month of July

News »

Oregon’s Mental Hospital is Being Flooded with Criminal Defendants

It’s Incredibly Expensive, and Critics Say It’s Making Things Worse

A National Right-Wing Group Wants to Keep Big Money in County Elections

Surprise! It’s Backed by the Koch Brothers

Hall Monitor: The Secret, Zombie 48-Hour Rule Lives!

Why Didn’t Ted Wheeler Think to Mention that a Despised Practice Had Returned?

RV Camping Has Exploded on Portland Streets

Now, Cops Are Using State Law to Justify Lightning-Quick Tows

Music »

Offa Rex Breaks Tradition

Olivia Chaney and the Decemberists' Debut LP Is a Love Letter to British Folk

Record Review

Nick Delffs, Redesign

Supaman Cultivates Indigenous Joy Through Hip-Hop

The Native American Rapper Reflects on Cultural Preservation

Things to Do Music: July 19-25

Noteworthy Shows This Week

Film »

Dunkirk Doesn’t Entertain. It Does Much More.

Christopher Nolan’s World War II Film Is Imperative Viewing

A Ghost Story Is Poetic in the Best Way

It Also Features Rooney Mara Eating an Entire Pie.

Things To Do Film: July 21-27

Hecklevision, Night of the Living Dead, and More!

Cannabis »

We Need to Talk About Cannabis and White Privilege

More Than a Year After Philando Castile, the Problem Is Not Going Away

What Are the Risks in Investing in a Pot Startup?

Federal Law May Not Be Your Biggest Hurdle

Viva Las Vegas: Legal Weed in Nevada

Here’s What You Need to Know for Your Next Trip to Sin City

Cannabis and the Consolidation Curve

Studies of Other Industries Help Us Predict How the Cannabis Market Will Unfold

Food and Drink »

There’s a Lot of Thai to Be Thankful For

Farmhouse Thai, Paadee’s Issan Nights, and Pok Pok NW

Storytelling, Now with Ice Cream

Jared Goodman’s Morgan St. Theater Brings the Two Together

The Brunch Issue

Finding the Perfect Brunch for YOU!

Farewell and Thanks for All the Beer

A Talk with Columbia County Brewing's Trent Dolyniuk

Fashion »

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Spring/Summer 2017 Lookbooks

Portland's Pretty

Inside the Suitcase Laundry Photo Shoot

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Reviewing Michelle Lesniak’s Thornebird, Plus an Alley 33 Event

Visual Art »

Fischli and Weiss Meets Clarissa Explains It All

Please Enjoy Killjoy Collective’s Cheeky Resistance

Human Being’s Art Behind Bars

Gallery 116 Spotlights Work by Incarcerated Artists

Pitch, Please!

Carolyn Main Kickstarts Her Hilarious Movie Pitch Card Game

Comedy »

In Which Portland Finally Gets its Own Sketch Comedy Fest

Prepare Yourself for the First Annual Portland Sketch Comedy Festival!

Scorpiono Rising

Portland’s Very Own Broad City

Andie Main’s Comedy Church

Revolution Comedy is a Force for Good in an Uncertain World

Books »

Nicole Georges’ Dog Star

Fetch Is For Anyone Who’s Ever Really Loved A Dog

Into The Dark Dark

The Extraordinary and the Familiar Intertwine in Samantha Hunt’s Debut Story Collection

The Pleasing Minimalism of Kate Berube

How the Author Went from Illustrating Iconic Portland Zines to Taking Over Children’s Literature

Pop Gun War’s Magic Explosion-ism

Farel Dalrymple’s Surrealist Comic Book is Action-Packed as All Hell

Theater »

26 Miles: Get Out of Here, Jack Kerouac

Quiara Alegría Hudes and the Dream of the Female Road Narrative

Dance Magic Dance with The Goblin King

At Trip the Dark, Dance for People Who Don’t Watch Dance

Dancing On My Own

How Political Anxiety Turned Me into a Late-Onset Ballerina

Feature »

Through the Eyes of a Tourist

How Teaching Tourists About Portland Taught Me a Lot About Portland

The Brunch Issue

Finding the Perfect Brunch for YOU!


To Catch an International Carnivorous Plant Smuggler, Sometimes You Have to Go Undercover

A History of American Beer Geekdom

Brewpubs, Beer Fests, Bourbon Barrels, and Bestsellers: Beer’s Been Through a Lot in the Past 35 Years