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Pickathon Starlight Series, Episode 1: Shinyribs

Hunter Killer Review: The Hunt for Red Schlock-tober

Six Oregon-Made Canned Beers for a Never-Ending Summer

Jeff Lynne's ELO Is Coming to Portland

Comedian Ian Karmel on Paul Allen (and Portland)

Trail Blazers Owner Paul Allen Has Died

Benefit Concert for Mike Elias of Denver and Ship John

The Band’s Music from Big Pink Turns 50

A Vinyl Reissue and Deluxe Box Set Feature a Larger-Than-Life Remix

Jack Ryan Review: Hey, John Krasinski Is Good at Playing a Straight Arrow!

Fortunately, the Amazon Series Has Other Stuff Going on, Too

Papillon Goes Up for Retrial

A Remake of the Steve McQueen Prison Adventure Pales in Comparison

Five Classic-Era Yes Albums Get the Remix Treatment

The Steven Wilson Remixes Provide an Interesting Counterpoint to the Originals

Americans in Paris in Patrick deWitt’s Wry, Dry French Exit

The Portland Author Expands His Literary Purview to the Idle Rich

End of Summer Six-Pack

Six Oregon-Made Canned Beers to Wrap Up the Season

Marky Mark's Horrible Mile 22 Is Barely a Movie

It Is a Loathsome, Hateful Thing without a Single Redeeming Quality

The Air Outside Sucks Right Now

U2’s Dark Night of the Soul

Vinyl Reissues of Achtung Baby, Zooropa, and The Best of 1980-1990

Watch the Pickathon Live Broadcast!

Detroiters Is the Funniest Show on TV

Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson Bring Detroit to the Rest of the World

Beer Crawling on the Orange MAX Line

Because the Best Kind of Beer Crawl Is the Kind Where You Don’t Have to Drive

Wire’s First Three Albums Sound More Spacious and Vital Than Ever

Superbly Pressed Vinyl Reissues of Pink Flag, Chairs Missing, and 154

Pickathon Starlight Series, Episode 10: Sweet Spirit

The King Explores Elvis and America Through Obvious Metaphors

A Rolls-Royce Symbolizes Capitalism! (And Other Self-Evident Truths)

Bad Moms and Brutal Honesty in I Will Be Complete

Glen David Gold’s Memoir Recounts a Singularly Awful Upbringing

Buffalo Springfield, Again and Again

Neil Young and Stephen Stills’ First Band Gets Reissued in Mono and Stereo

Three Identical Strangers Is Heartwarming, Then Haunting

Tim Wardle’s Compulsively Watchable Documentary Goes to Dark Places
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