MUSIC—As much as My Morning Jacket and Jim James' straight-to-the-heart vocals make me think they're a band made only for me, I know how wrong I am. They put on one helluva show and the Keller will be throbbing with fellow fans, high on the Louisville band's kick-ass live set. Maybe, to stave off possessiveness, they should change their name to Our Morning Jacket. COURTNEY FERGUSON
w/Strand of Oaks; Keller Auditorium, 222 SW Clay, 7 pm, $41.50-46.50, all ages

MTV—As a child of the '80s, Re-Run Theater's screening of 1985: The Year in Videos lets me relive the days when MTV didn't suck. Prepare to see the neon headbands that Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler wore in "Money for Nothing," that animated video from A-ha, and Tina Turner wearing those fabulous earrings from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. SHELBY R. KING
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, 7:30 pm, $8


FILM—Making Apocalypse Now set Francis Ford Coppola permanently on tilt, but that madness was perfectly channeled in Bram Stoker's Dracula, splashing every millimeter of the frame with gothic gorgeousness. Hell, he managed to make rat-eating psycho Tom Waits look stylish. Part of the Fashion in Film series, hosted by Portland Monthlys Eden Dawn and our own Marjorie Skinner! BOBBY ROBERTS
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, 7:30 pm, $8

MUSIC—The dude who imbued the words "amongst the scream of midnight" with chest-punching pathos and vague disillusionment on the Jam's indelible, ironic-in-the-correct-way "That's Entertainment," and who at 57 is still racking up awards for his songwriting, Paul Weller, the Modfather himself, plays Wonder Ballroom tonight. We're not worthy! MEGAN BURBANK
w/Villagers; Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell, 9 pm, $33-35


BEER FEST—Beer is a staple in Portland. Hoppy beer is also a staple in Portland. Fresh-hopped beer is an ephemeral thing, arriving only during hops harvest season, with its piney, citrusy taste and delicate fizz. Beer festivals abound in Oregon, but the Portland Fresh Hops Beer Fest is the only fresh hoppy one at Oaks Park, where you can get drunk and go on amusement park rides. Wheeeeee! SHELBY R. KING
Oaks Amusement Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park, Fri 5:30-9 pm, Sat noon-8 pm, FREE entry, $15-40 to drink

MUSIC—Before they blow the roof off Mississippi Studios tonight, New Jersey punk rockers Titus Andronicus play a free all-ages in-store at Music Millennium. So even if you're too young (or broke) for a ticket, you don't have to miss one of the most astonishing live bands in America as they play new songs from their monumental five-act rock opera, The Most Lamentable Tragedy. NED LANNAMANN

Music Millennium, 3158 E Burnside, 7 pm, FREE, all ages; Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 9 pm, $13-15


HAUNTINGS—Among haunted houses, FrightTown's triple-prong of horror—a witch's den, a museum of horrors, a simulated descent into madness—reigns supreme. It's centrally located, masterfully designed, and always has me trying to climb the person next to me like a tree. In other words, it works! MARJORIE SKINNER
Memorial Coliseum, 300 Winning, $22, all ages, see for full schedule

MUSIC—The second day of the Lose Yr Mind festival hits its stride, with sets from 21st-century punk giants No Age, plus Seattle's terrific and not-at-all-wimpy Wimps. It's just the tip of a music-packed iceberg of a weekend. NED LANNAMANN
AudioCinema, 226 SE Madison, Fri-Sat 8 pm, $10-20 a night


MUSIC—Tonight you will dust off your shabby finery and head down to one of our city's classiest venues to sit in cushy opulence as beloved Cuban mega-group Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club plays music specifically engineered for dancing. Don't move a muscle, though! It's their final tour, and we're all being fancy. DIRK VANDERHART
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1037 SW Broadway, 7 pm, $39.75-72.25, all ages

THEATER—Last year, the goofy-sincere improvisers at Action/Adventure Theatre gave us Mars One, the serialized comedy that cut the best things about house-full-of-strangers reality TV with the promise of commercial transport to the Red Planet. There was intrigue! There were 3D-printed weapons! There was no telling what would happen next. Until now. Blasting off tonight: Mars Two! MEGAN BURBANK
Action/Adventure Theatre, 1050 SE Clinton, Thurs-Sun 8 pm, through Oct 25, $15


HORRORS—One of the greatest joys of Halloween is seeing property owners who really GET INTO IT. Behold Milwaukie's Davis Graveyard, in which the owners have constructed an extremely detailed cemetery in their front yard, including all manner of ghosts, spooks, specters, monsters, howling, moaning, and things that jump up at you unexpectedly, making you scream and potentially die in embarrassment. It's the best. WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
8703 SE 43rd, Milwaukie, dusk-10 pm, through Oct 31 (full effects on weekends), donations accepted.

MUSIC—I think we can all agree that Peaches is a straight-up weirdo. Thank god. The Canadian electro-punk musician is a masterful performance artist, which makes for a eye-riot of a show full of strange costumes, crazy makeup, and shiny doodads, not to mention some catchy-as-hell beats from her new album Rub. Go learn from the synth siren, because there are many teaches of Peaches. COURTNEY FERGUSON
w/US Girls, KizMet; Roseland, 8 NW 6th, 8 pm, $20


MUSIC—Angel Olsen's strong, slender voice and haunting arrangements really give one the feels, and a live performance is virtually guaranteed to have the hair on your arms standing on end. Her Burn Your Fire for No Witness lifted her above the songwriter fray—don't wait to find out why. MARJORIE SKINNER
w/Lionlimb; Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark, 8 pm, $18-20

ENNUI—The second season of HBO's True Detective was hilariously TERRIBLE. And most hilariously terrible of all? Sad-sack bar singer Lera Lynn, who provided the Gloomy Gus soundtrack for all of Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn's depressing conversations. Now you can be soul-crushingly morose in real life when Lera performs tonight. Pro tip: Lock up your liquor and gun cabinets. WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
w/Brian Whelan; Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 9 pm, $15