Print Edition for the week of
Feb. 22 - 28, 2017

Vol. 17, No. 41
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Jeremy Okai Davis

News

Quest for Rest

Oregon Lawmakers Are Focused on Renter Protections. Will They Ignore a Push to Help the Homeless?

Roughed UP

Portland Police Arrest 13 in Crackdown of “Unpermitted” President’s Day Protest

Hall Monitor: Staying Power

An Imperiled R2DToo Might Have One More Trick Up Its Sleeve

Music

The Southern Salvation of Adia Victoria

The Nashville Musician Plays the Dark and Dangerous Blues of Yesteryear

These Hallowed Walls: Celebrating Two Decades of Jackpot!

This Month Marks the 20th Anniversary of Portland’s Premiere Recording Studio

Stevie Nicks Will Make You Fall in Love with Words

Here Are Some of the Legendary Fleetwood Mac Singer’s Best Lyrics

Things to Do Music: February 22-28

Noteworthy Shows This Week

Facing Tomorrow with Weyes Blood

Los Angeles Musician Natalie Mering’s Front Row Seat to Earth Is Doomsday Folk

Resistance & Solidarity

From Slacktivism to Activism

Resistance Events for the Week of Feb 22–28

Film

Things To Do Film: February 24-March 2

A Zombie Nightmare, Latin American Animation, and More!

Get Out of White Suburbia

Jordan Peele’s Directorial Debut Hits Horror, Satire, and Race

King Kong Lives

Kong: Long Live the King: A Tribute to All Things Kong

The Simple, Beautiful Fable of The Red Turtle

Alternate Title: WHEN TURTLES ATTACK!

Blood and Desperation

I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore: A Portland-Shot, Sundance-Winning Comedy Thriller

Ask a Pot Lawyer

Fact Checking the DEA

The ASA Forced the DEA to Correct Its Bad Pot Info

I, Anonymous

Postage Stamps

Lush Life

Nips and the Quandary of the Craft 12-ounce Bottle or Can

22s vs. 12s: The Quandary of Beer Formats.

Last Supper

A Visit to Shawarma Square

A Single City Block in SW Portland Offers 10 Shawarma Food Carts

Cannabuzz

Love Weed? Get a Job!

Serious Tips for Landing Employment in the Cannabis Industry

Sold Out

Letters

Letters to the Editor

“Many Voters Thought Ted Wheeler Was a Progressive. They Were Suckered.”

Savage Love

Fantasy Scenarios

The Party Review

Theater People: Part Two

Spring Arts

Spring Forward

The Sun is Returning. Put Down Your Dystopian Literature and Get Out There with Our Guide to Arts and Culture

To the Shire!

Appreciating John Yeon, Portland’s Unsung Hero of Architecture

In The Black, Intisar Abioto Documents Connection, Community, and Place

The Black Portlanders Photographer Traces Black Roots in Portland and Beyond

The Shirley Jackson Project is Like a Collection of Ghost Stories

Portland Comic Artists Share Their Passion for Shirley Jackson, Queen of Gloom

Inside Stream PDX’s Mobile Recording Studio

How an Airstream Trailer on NE MLK is Making Podcasting More Accessible

Rethinking the Canon

Portland Writer/Artist Dao Strom Discusses a New Local Effort to Showcase Authors of Color

Laura E. Hall, Escape Artist

Get Trapped With Portland’s Leading Escape Room Designer

Move Over, Maru. Make Way, Lil Bub!

It’s Oregon Cats’ Time to Shine at a New Cat Video Festival