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A History of American Beer Geekdom

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

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Things to Do Wednesday!

9 Things to Do for June 28

From Slacktivism to Activism

Resistance Events for the Week of June 28-July 4

Things to Do Film: June 23-29

This Week: The Hero, The Bad Batch, and the Borg on the Big Screen

Things to Do Music: June 21-27

Noteworthy Shows This Week

Things to Do Comedy: June 2017

Funny Things to Do All Month Long

Things to Do Food: June 2017

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

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News »

Local Courts Have Been Improperly Shackling Inmates, a Ruling Finds

But Will Righting the Ship Lead to Huge Delays?

Local Attorney John Schlosser is Pushing a Better Court System for Immigrants

But Oregon’s Dire Budget Means Non-Citizens Might Be Out of Luck

Hall Monitor: From Exceptionalism to Septic System

Will the City Pick a Pricey Water Treatment Plant, or a Really Pricey One? Both, Probably.

Inmates’ Hospital Bills Are Costing Nearly $1 Million More than Expected This Year

And Things Could Grow Far Worse if Obamacare is Gutted

Music »

Portland on Record: Melting Pot Sounds

Reissues of Pedro and Wimeanacas Are Integral Parts of the City’s History

Ryan Adams vs. the Planet Jupiter

A Rivalry for the Ages

Record Review

Gaytheist, Let’s Jam Again Soon

Sneaker Wave

The Latest in Portland Hip-Hop

Film »

Baby Driver’s Killer Playlist

Edgar Wright’s Latest Is a Full-Throttle Ballet of Motion, Color, and Sound

Okja: Pig in the City

Bong Joon Ho Brings a Super Pig to Netflix

The Hollywood Theatre Celebrates Spielberg—in 35 and 16mm

Perfect Blockbusters, as They Were Meant to Be Seen

Sofia Coppola Remakes (and Improves) The Beguiled

Sex and the Single Soldier.

Food and Drink »

Rockin’ Aesthetics, Dude!

Holsteins’ and Rock and Roll Chili Pit’s Dueling Escapism

Beer and Cheese Are BFFs

Tips on How to Make Perfect Pairings

Portland’s Beer District

Inner Southeast Is Rich with Breweries

Jo-Jos to Die For

Big’s Chicken: A Good Choice for a Last Supper

Cannabis »

Weed Butter—the Really, Really Easy Way

The MagicalButter Machine Is Automatic for the Stoner

Want to Break into the Recreational Cannabis Biz? Here’s How

A Few Tips to Get You Started

Medical vs. Recreational Growers

A New Bill Is Pitting Them Against Each Other

Could the Cannabis Biz Get Bogged Down with Racketeering Charges?

An Ongoing Lawsuit in Colorado Is Raising Questions

Fashion »

Portland’s Pretty

The Go Skateboarding Day Jammy Jam

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EcoVibe Keeps Brick-and-Mortar Alive

Portland’s Pretty

On the Scene at Produce Row

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Style Events for the Month of June

Visual Art »

Pitch, Please!

Carolyn Main Kickstarts Her Hilarious Movie Pitch Card Game

Sean M. Johnson Visualizes the Afterlife

Burials Captures Death, Transcendence, and the LGBTQIA+ Community

HYMN Space’s After-Hours Community

In An Ever-Changing City, A New Venture Brings Artists and Freelancers Together Outside the 9 to 5 Grind

Comedy »

Andie Main’s Comedy Church

Revolution Comedy is a Force for Good in an Uncertain World

The Mercury’s Things to Do Pride Week Mega Calendar

Everything Fun to Do and See at Pride!

Things to Do Comedy: June 2017

Funny Things to Do All Month Long

Where To See Theater, Stand-Up, or Improv in Portland

There Really is Something for Everyone—Even If You’re a Teen

Books »

Hunger Satisfies

Roxane Gay’s New Memoir Fills a Void in the Literary World

Slouching Toward the Beltway in Kill All Normies

Angela Nagle on the Monstrous Rise of the Alt-Right

Sister Cities

True Portland: Our Town Through the Lens of Tokyo

The Pleasing Idiosyncrasy of Isadora

Amelia Gray Humanizes the Mother of Modern Dance

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

Pride Waterfront Mainstage Schedule

All the Entertainment at the Pride Waterfront Fest

Dancing On My Own

How Political Anxiety Turned Me into a Late-Onset Ballerina

Feature »

A History of American Beer Geekdom

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

What the Hell Beer Should I Drink?

Oregon Makes a Lot of Beers. Here’s What We Thought of Some of Them

Brews for New Avenues: Beer for a Great Cause

Portland’s Best Beer Event Is a Fundraiser to Help Houseless Youths

Get Your Cuke On!

Oregon’s Cucumber Beers