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Aug. 30 - Sep. 5, 2017

Vol. 18, No. 16
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News

The City’s Now Using “No Camping” Signs to Deter Campers from Parks

And It Might Be Working?

County Commissioner Lori Stegmann Got a Controversial Flag Removed from the Courthouse

Here’s Why

Hall Monitor: Back on Hoyt Street

Officials Are Eyeing an Old Town Warehouse for Shelter Space. Will This Time Be Different?

Music

All-Ages Action!

This Week in All-Ages Music

Autonomics’ Hymns for the Quarter-Life Crisis

The Portland Band’s New Record, Debt Sounds, Is Straightforward Rock ’N’ Roll

Record Review: Mic Capes and Drae Slapz, Sheesh

Things to Do Music: August 30-September 5

Noteworthy Shows This Week

Resistance & Solidarity

From Slacktivism to Activism

Resistance Events for the Week of August 30-September 5

Film

Things To Do Film: September 1-7

Elia Kazan’s East of Eden, a 14-Minute Paul Thomas Anderson Film, and More

Goon Was Great. Goon: Last of the Enforcers Sucks.

Well, This Is Disappointing

The Romcom Gets Flipped with I Do...Until I Don’t

Marriage Is... I Don’t Know. Find Your Own Truth!

The Hip-Hop Fairy Tale of Patti Cake$

The Bling Was in Her Heart All Along!

Last Supper

Virtuous Pie: Fake (Cheese) News

Yes, Portland, There IS An Edible Gluten-Free Pizza

Lush Life

The Jell-O Shot Mega List

The Best Bars for Gettin' Jiggly with It

I, Anonymous

This Week’s Featured I, Anonymous!

“My Question Is WHY???”

Ask a Pot Lawyer

A Local Attorney Is Suing Big Pharma

Opioids, Not Pot, Are Causing Our “Historic Drug Epidemic”

Cannabuzz

Cannabis Cookies You Should Try

She Don’t Know and Elbe’s Edibles Are Making Great Stuff

Sold Out

September Style Events

One Day at a Time

Letters

Letters to the Editor

“I Think the Pig, Johnny, Is Cheating!”

Savage Love

Hard to Do

What’s She Mad About Now?

Fall Arts and Culture Guide 2017

The Mercury’s Fall Arts & Culture Guide

The Only Guide You’ll Need to This Season’s Finest Books, Visual Art, and NPR Hosts Singing Songs

Lost Decade’s Rock and Roll and Children’s T-Shirts

Manu Berelli and Glenn Henrickson’s Homegrown Design Empire

Local Essentials for TBA

Because Art Isn’t Really a Once-a-Year Kind of Thing

Vanessa Renwick, Accidental Visionary

The Unlikely Career of a Portland Experimental Filmmaker and Installation Artist

Ari Shapiro is Coming Home!

The NPR Host Brings His Solo Show to Portland

Jen Kirkman Returns to Portland with New Material

The Veteran Comedian Takes on Politics (and Dreams of QVC)

Carmen Maria Machado’s Writing Lit Me on Fire

Couple Fights, Fucking, and SVU in Her Body and Other Parties

WolfBird Dance Choreographs Feminism

Where to Wear What Hat Shows the Reach of Gender Roles