Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 24 - 30, 2014

Vol. 15, No. 19
Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree


Bracing for Impact

Will Oregon's "Racial Impact Statements" Live Up to Lawmakers' Hopes?

A Different Lens

Police Union President Airs "Many Concerns" About Body Cameras

Paying Through the Nose

City Hall Is Scent Sensitive—So Why Is It Still Going to Court?

Hall Monitor

A Promise to Keep? Or Break?


The Portland Mercury's Guide to Project Pabst

Your Complete Guide to Every Band at the Fest!

Now or Never

Constantines: Don't Call It a Reunion

Iron Mic

GZA Revisits Liquid Swords

Far Out

Jackson Boone's Cosmically Aligned Debut

Dark Light

Witch Mountain: Doomers Far from Doomed

Up & Coming

This Week's Music Previews

All-Ages Action!

This Week's Best All-Ages Shows

Movies & TV

Don't Feed the Trolls

Or Do, The Boxtrolls Seem Pretty Nice, Actually

Twins Are Creepy

The Notebook Does Not Star Ryan Gosling.

Tales from the Dark Side

The Black Comic Groove of The Skeleton Twins

Conducting Terror

Alan Howarth and the Art of Musical Fear

All Things Being Equalized

The Equalizer: Best Home Depot Commercial Ever!

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Frequent Flyer Miles

Now Boarding: Hector and the Search for Happiness

Film Shorts

In Which We Hit It and Quit It

Food and Drink

Low Wattage

North Light: Pleasant, if Not Memorable


The Killjoy Who Does Comedy

Hari Kondabolu Brings His Political Stand-Up to Portland


Good Grief

Portland's Robyn Bateman Packs a Year of Death into 18 Pages

Expect the Unexpected

David Mitchell Returns to Form—Sort Of!


The Forgotten Portland

How East Portland Was Born... and Ignored

I Love Television

I Love Television™


I, Anonymous


Cannabuzz: The Week in Marijuana

DOs and DON'Ts not covered by Emily Post.

Everything as Fuck


Sold Out

Fall Runways Begin

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

Savage Love & Sex

Savage Love

Making a Move

New Column!