Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 28 - Oct. 4, 2016

Vol. 17, No. 20
Sasha Katz


No One’s Policing Lead Dust in Demolition-Happy Portland

That Has Potential Consequences for Every Neighborhood in the City


The Energy and Panache of Jah Wobble

The Bassist-Composer on Keeping Time and Respecting the Melody

Lubec’s Forced Pause

On Cosmic Debt, the Portland Band Stops to Reflect

Getting Real with Lydia Loveless

The Singer-Songwriter on Love and Letting Go

Things to Do Music

Noteworthy Shows for the Week of September 28-October 4.

Movies & TV

Deepwater Horizon: Tragedy as Spectacle

The Strange Entertainment of Peter Berg’s Latest

Sandra Bullock Is Not in Queen of Katwe

Reminder: Representation Matters

Best Fake Friends Is... Oh God, It’s So Horrible

Real Friends Are Honest

Things to Do Film

This Week: Deepwater Horizon, Some Peculiar Kids, and a Creepy Old Wicker Man


Cannabuzz: Welcome to Oregon. Please (Don't) Enjoy Our Weed.

The State of Canna Tourism

Clean Your Bong: Straining to Care About Strains

I Love Weed, But I Simply Can’t Give Much of a Shit About Strains


Gazing into The Dark Room

Susan Faludi Applies a Journalistic Lens to Her Father’s Gender Transition

Theater & Performance

Looking for Tiger Lily Deconstructs Assimilation with PowerPoint

It’s Anthony Hudson’s Hilarious Cabaret About Native American Identity

August Wilson Speaks in How I Learned What I Learned

At Portland Playhouse, A Freewheeling Meditation on Race and Art


“His Word Against Mine”

Stories of sexual assault from the Portland music community

I, Anonymous

Sold Out

Portland’s Pretty

Hot Days, Hot Looks at Century Bar

New Column!


Letters to the Editor

“Much Love to All Survivors of Rape.”

Savage Love & Sex

Savage Love


Lush Life

Where to Get the Freshest Fresh Hop Beer

It's Harvestin' Time, So Get Your Hop On