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Nov. 30 - Dec. 6, 2016

Vol. 17, No. 29
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Levi Hastings

News

Portland Invests Millions in Banks that Fund Controversial Private Prisons

Is That About to Change?

In Other News

The Housing Crisis Has Worsened, and a Racist Is in More Trouble

A Declaration of Independence

Portland’s Auditor Says She’s Unduly Strained. She Wants You to Change That.

Music

Haste’s Annabelle Is Drowning in Distortion

Frontwoman Jasmine Wood Lets Her Guitar Do the Talking

Record Review: Point Juncture, WA, Me or the Party

Things to Do Music

Noteworthy Shows for the Week of November 30-December 6

Vagabon’s Hardcore Intimacy

Lætitia Tamko Turns Her Insides Out

Film

Embrace the Blood and Guts of the PDXtreme Film Fest

In These Dark, Dark Days

Manchester by the Sea and the Saddest Handyman

Casey Affleck Is Very Sad.

Leonard Cohen: Not So Suave in 1972

Bird on a Wire Witnesses the Birth of a Ladies’ Man

Things To Do Film

This Week: Spirited Away, The Exorcist, and... John Stamos? Okay. Sure.

Food and Drink

Drink This!

Union Wine Co. Red Haute Wine

Comedy

Hari Kondabolu: Making Mainstream Cool Again

The Comedian Weighs in on Human Connection, Ditching Labels, and His New Album

Books

Randa Jarrar’s Geography of Taboo

Surprising, Beautiful Stories in Him, Me, Muhammad Ali

Robbie Robertson Delivers a Flawed Testimony

In a New Memoir, the Band’s Guitarist Lets His Ego Get the Better of Him

Ask a Pot Lawyer

Could Trump’s Attorney General Nominee Make Legal Weed Go Away?

Rolling Back Legalization Seems Unlikely, But Only Time Will Tell

Last Supper

India by Way of Williams

Open Tandoor Brings Indian Food to Where It’s Sorely Needed

Cannabuzz

We’ve Got the A's to Your Frequently Asked Q's

Snappy Answers to Common Cannabis Questions

Sold Out

Letters

Letters to the Editor

“The Housing Crisis Is Over!”

I, Anonymous Blog

Savage Love

Quickies

I’m Just Visiting

Wine for Everyone

Wine for Everyone!

Millennials are Fermenting a New Kind of Oregon Winemaker—and Drinker

Bridging the Gap

Meet Bertony Faustin, Oregon’s First Black Winemaker

We Ranked The Best Box Wines Because We Classy

What?! Box Wine Is Totally Good Now!

The Thrifty Sommelier

Here Ya Go, Cheapskate: A Bunch of Fine Wines Under $15