Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 23 - 29, 2014

Vol. 14, No. 49


Hitting the Mute Button

Jail Audio Recordings Have Proven Useful. Why Scrap Them?

Hall Monitor

Playing the Race Card

"It's Not Rocket Science"

Maybe Portland Should Ban Cops from Handcuffing Children?


Policy Blesses Arrest of Homeless Campers

In Other News


A Family Affair

Stumpfest: Rynne Stump's Dream Concert

Feel the Flood

Souvenir Driver's Sonic Blanket

America's Composer

John Williams: The Generous Professor

Come and Dance With Me

Ten Years In, Franz Ferdinand Marches On

All-Ages Action!

This Week's Best All-Ages Shows

Up & Coming

This Week's Music Previews

Movies & TV

Flipping the Script

The Other Woman Thinks It Has Something to Say

Film Exposure

Finding Vivian Maier, Unsung Great of American Photography

Strange Weirdos

Penny Allen's Long-Overdue Retrospective

Film Shorts

In Which We Hit It and Quit It

Parallel Parkouring

Brick Mansions: Too Much Plot, Not Enough Jumping

Food and Drink

A New West Drinking Frontier

The American Local Hitches its Wagon to Small Plates


Next-Level Sketch

Even Jesus Loves the Aces. Probably


Trapped in a Dream

Von Trapps Conquer Music, Comics

Theater & Performance

Grrrl Style Now

Comedy, Music, Girl Power

FLOCK: A New Center for Dance

The Biennial Closes, and a Dance Center Opens


An Act of God... or Racism?

The Lost City of Vanport: How a Flood and Racism Changed Portland

I Love Television

Could be Terrible!

I, Anonymous

Street Parking Cred

Sold Out

Three Things

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

New Column!

Savage Love & Sex

Savage Love

Cams and Panties