Olivier Schrauwen
This signing is an awesome opportunity to grip Parallel Lives, the new persona-skewing, gender-bending, interconnected science-fiction short story comics collection from Belgian cartoonist Olivier Schrauwen before its December release. Schrauwen currently straddles a line between being a hot new, relevant voice in indie comics and also representing years of influence over more underground comics makers. He’s many people’s idol, but it’s okay if he’s new to you. (6 pm, Floating World Comics) SUZETTE SMITH

HUMP! 2018
It’s the grandest, SEXIEST time of the year! Run, don’t walk, to the annual HUMP! amateur porn festival, where hotties from all over the Northwest submit homemade 5-minute dirty movies, and we show the best of the best! You’ll see every flavor and variety of sexuality, and nothing is more fun and liberating than watching HUMP! in a crowd of similarly sex-positive people. The films are hot, often hilarious, and YOU get to pick who wins the $10,000 grand prize! Get your ticket quick, because it will sell out! (Thurs-Sat, Nov 8-10 & 15-17, various times, Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark, $25 and up) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

Tchaikovsky v. Drake
Hot on the heels of their Brahms and Radiohead mashup, conductor Steve Hackman and the Oregon Symphony bring you on another century-spanning musical experiment that sets out to blend Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony with more than a dozen Drake hits, including “Hold On, We’re Going Home” and “Started from the Bottom.” (7:30 pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, $25-75, all ages)

Brian Posehn
The beloved comedian, writer, and actor known for his roles on Mr. Show, W/ Bob and David, and The Sarah Silverman Program brings his unrivaled charm and wit back to town. (8 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $20-26)

J Mascis, James Elkington
The Dinosaur Jr. frontman and guitar wizard steps away from the amps and unplugs for an intimate solo set supporting his latest full-length, Elastic Days. (8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $28.50-30)

Frankie Cosmos, Kero Kero Bonito
Frankie Cosmos (AKA singer/songwriter Greta Kline) brings her prolific indie rock project back to the Wonder Ballroom stage for the Portland stop on a co-headlined North American tour alongside London-based pop outfit Kero Kero Bonito. (8:30 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $20-25, all ages)

The Domestics, Deathlist
Local musicians Michael Finn and Leo London bring their indie rock and pop project through the White Owl for a free hometown show. Fellow Portland music scene staple Jenny Logan lends support with a rare solo set from her Deathlist project. (8 pm, White Owl Social Club, free)

Erotic City Awards
The Star Theater hosts the inaugural installment of this women-curated and designed awards ceremony celebrating the past, present, and future of Portland's adult entertainment industry. (9 pm, Star Theater, $10)

Dori Freeman
Freeman's introspective, thoughtful brand of country-folk gets full run of the Winningstad tonight. Part of the 2018 Siren Nation Music and Arts Festival. 8 pm, Winningstad Theatre, $25, all ages)

Don't forget to check out our Things To Do calendar for even more things to do!