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Vol. 15, No. 37
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Aaron Lee

News

Blue Line, Gray Area

Portland Cop's Facebook Posts Raise Questions about Lack of Social Media Policy

Is Picnicking Illegal?

A Judge Has Tough Questions for Portland's Camping Ban

Hall Monitor

Amanda Fritz Changes Her Mind

Music

Land of Broken Dreams

Weyes Blood's Amaranthine Folk

Bow Down

The Shrine Is Worthy of Your Worship

All-Ages Action!

This Week in All-Ages Music

Up & Coming

This Week's Music Previews

Film

When Art Mattered

The Darkness and Light of Mr. Turner

Oil and Trouble

J.C. Chandor Goes Back to A Most Violent Year

Dumb Periscope

Getting Stuck Underwater with Black Sea

Wild Kindness

Marion Cotillard's Dark Two Days of the Soul

Film Shorts

In Which We Hit It and Quit It

Mind Playing Tricks on Me

Still Alice Is the Scariest Horror Film in Years

Food and Drink

Ride Along

Forget Pho. Quán Linh Defines Vietnamese Home Cooking.

Eat This!

Coop's Cookies Delivers Late-Night Cookies!

Books

Lights Up

Patton Oswalt's Life in Pictures

Theater & Performance

Masha, Masha, Masha!

150 Minutes with Maladjusted Adult Siblings

Points of Entry

Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble Finds a Way Through Night

Feature

"You're Not Elizabeth"

An Excerpt from Nick Jaina's Get It While You Can

I, Anonymous

Cannabuzz

Cannabuzz: The Week in Marijuana

What Measure 91 Means for You

Everything as Fuck

Chicago

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

Savage Love

Coming Clean

I Love Television

I Love Television™

Superfluous Bowl