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Jun. 5 - 11, 2013

Vol. 14, No. 3
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News

Sit-Lie Dies. Again.

Bill's Unceremonious Demise Sends Sidewalk Fight Back to Portland

Zoned Out

Portland's Budget Could Doom Its Drug Impact Areas

Airing of Grievances

Amid Culture Change, KBOO Votes for Union

Hall Monitor

City Hall Shaken, Stirred

In Other News

Visual Art

Into the Pit

Portraits of Labor in the Dishwasher Project

Film

Secrets and Lies

Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, and The Story of WikiLeaks

No Matching Results

The Internship Comes Up Empty

Purge Overkill

Wash Yourself Clean with a Dystopian Blood Bath!

Summer Boys

Hot Teenagers Go off the Grid in The Kings of Summer

Czech Yourself

Before You Wreck Yourself. Seriously.

Film Shorts

In Which We Hit It and Quit It

Theater

Man's Search for Meaning

Third Rail Gets Existential in A Bright New Boise

Books

Natural History

Jon Mooallem's Must-Read Wild Ones

Music

Collegiate Rock

Hausu's Brilliant Debut Defies Genres

Life Is Dirt

Drunk Dad Plays Filth Rock

Echo Chamber

The Bats Fly on Their Own Frequency

MC Squared

Mikal Cronin Shouts It Out Loud

Up & Coming

This Week's Music Previews

Food and Drink

Camaron Azul

Seizing the Ceviche Crown

Feature

Biking's Beautiful Tomorrow

An Eerily Accurate Guide to How You'll Ride in Coming Years

Protecting the Crown

Why Portland Might Not Be America's Bicycle Mecca for Long

Tale of the Grip Tape

Why Charlie Hales Might Be as Good a "Bike" Mayor as Sam Adams

Quick Study

The Future of Bike Fashion

Bike Share in the Future

Four Cities Give Portland Some Advice about Bike Share

Put the Fun Between Your Legs

Our Top Pedalpalooza Bike Rides

The Bicyclists of Tomorrow—Today!

A Look at Who Drivers Will Be Cursing in 2032

Things To Do

Comedy

Karmel Out

The Portland as Fuck Columnist Heads to LA