Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 7 - 13, 2015

Vol. 16, No. 21
Nick Patton


The Reality of Roseburg

The UCC Massacre, Gun Control, and the Town I Grew Up In

We Are Roseburg

Notes from the Scene of Oregon's Worst-Ever Mass Shooting


Talking Pop with Chvrches' Lauren Mayberry

Of Buffy, Goonies, and a Kick-Ass Sophomore Album

Only Neil Can Break Your Heart

The Ups and Downs of Neil Young Fandom

Who's on Top: A Young Thug Playlist

The Prolific Rapper Takes Lil Wayne's Crown

Manilla Road's Long and Winding Metal Journey

Wichita's Cowboys from Hell Come Out of Hiding

Up & Coming

This Week's Music Previews

Movies & TV

99 Homes and America's Foreclosure Crisis

Ramin Bahrani's Close-to-Home Morality Tale

Freeheld: Maybe Just See the Documentary It's Based On?

Ellen Page Deserves Better!

Pan: I've Gotta Cringe

It's Bad for Children, Bad for America

Film Shorts

In Which We Hit It and Quit It

He Named Me Malala: The Passion (and Price) of Dissent

Just Your Average Teenage Girl Who Got Shot in the Face For Speaking Up Against the Taliban

Food and Drink

Burrasca Is Honest Italian

Rustic Tradition Comes to SE Clinton

Portland's Most Delicious Cabbage Rolls

Rolling with the Polish

Food News

Stumptown Coffee Sold to Peet's

Visual Art

Project Art: The Cityโ€™s Alternative Gallery Spaces

Finding the Punk Core of Portland Art at S1


Bad Swimmers in Sara Jaffe's Dryland

Resisting the Traditional Coming-Out Narrative

Local Punk in Mark Sten's New Book

All Ages: A History of Portland's Scene from 1977-1981

Theater & Performance

Not Even Portland Center Stage Can Make Me Want to See Our Town

Grover's Corners Hasn't Aged Well


No Way to Kill It

The Portland All-Ages Music Scene (That Portland Doesn't Want You to Know About)

Ask a Pot Lawyer


Cannabuzz: The Week in Cannabis

Pot News from Around the Country

Everything as Fuck

Requiem for a Hoodie

Sold Out

Get Weird, Get Fancy at FashioNXT

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

Savage Love & Sex

Savage Love

Gay Times

I, Anonymous