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May. 25 - 31, 2016

Vol. 17, No. 2
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Nakeya Brown

News

Bullseye Glass Took a Risky Bet on Toxic Lead

It Didn't Count on State Regulators Snapping to Attention

Left for Dead?

A New Lawsuit Alleges a Vulnerable, HIV-Positive Woman Was Abandoned in a State-Mandated Facility

Hall Monitor: Are O'Dea's Days Numbered?

The Police Chief Shot a Guy. That's Not Even the Worst Part.

Music

We Take Holocene III Celebrates the Women of Portland Hip-Hop

The "Portland Female Cypher" Reunites

Record Review: Post Moves, Mystery World Science Show

Twelve Songs of Delicately Moody Guitar Pop

The "Real" Tim Heidecker

The New Sincerity of the Comedian's In Glendale

La Sera's Pop Songs in Nudie Suits

The Band's New Album Two-Steps into Country

The Cure's Sweet and Sour Remedy

After Four Decades, They Still Balance Gloom and Knavish Glee

The Melting Pot of Paul Simon

There Are Three Paul Simons, but They All Point to the Same Place

Up & Coming

This Week's Music Previews

All-Ages Action!

This Week in All-Ages Music

Film

X-Men: Apocalypse Plays Catch-Up

Welcome to the Superhero Pajama Jam, X-Men!

Better Get Married! Or Else You'll Turn Into The Lobster

No Pressure or Anything.

The Astounding Visual Language of Kurosawa's Ran

Ran > Captain Ron

Alice Through the Looking Glass Makes You Want to Smash the Mirror

The Sequel to Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland Is Ass Backward

Love & Friendship and Jane Austen

Of 18th Century Feminism. And Peas!

Film Shorts

This Week: Sunset Song, Belladonna of Sadness, and Duff McKagan's Tale of How Being in Guns N' Roses Nearly Got His Skinny Ass Killed

Cannabis

Cannabuzz: Who Hates Cannabis? And Why?

It's Easy to Forget about Anti-Weed Prohibitionists. Don't.

Ask a Pot Lawyer: State of the Rest of the State

Not All of Oregon Supports Legal Weed

Food and Drink

The Chirashi of Pause Japanese Bistro

Healthy, Super Tasty—and Available from a Cart

Eat This: Welcome to the Torta Chamber

A Roundup of Mexican Sammies

Books

Joe Hill's Still on Fire with New Novel The Fireman

The Author Talks Plague Novels and Comic Books

Theater & Performance

The Vanport Mosaic Festival Preserves the Past

The New Arts Festival Takes on Black History in Oregon

Grown-Up Toddlers & Tiaras in Francesca, Isabella, Margarita

A Pageant of Cringe-Comedy Antics at Imago Theatre

Feature

Death of the Mall Rat

Portland Is Changing—Can the Lloyd Center Mall Keep Up?

I, Anonymous

Sold Out

Portland's Pretty

Portland Shop Boys

Letters

Letters to the Editor

This Week: Serious Conversations About Urban Density! And Politics! And Vasectomies.

Savage Love

Identity Cards

Sports

Everything As Fuck

Why Vikings?