Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 5 - 11, 2016

Vol. 17, No. 21
Timothy Karpinski


Portlanders Just Got Their First Look at a Police Body Cam Policy

Here Are Four Things You Need to Know About it

The Feds and State Are Targeting a “Suspicious” Portland Methadone Clinic

Its Owner Calls it a “Witch Hunt”

Hall Monitor: A Police Reform Lube Job

Everyone Seems to Dislike a New Police Union Contract. It’ll Pass Anyway.


All-Ages Action!

This Week in All-Ages Music

Waiting for the Day: Brian Wilson and Pet Sounds

The Beach Boy Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary

Joyce Manor’s Pop-Punk for Grownups

On Cody, the SoCal Band Breaks Free from Punk’s Adolescent Trappings

The Familiar Fire of the Julie Ruin’s Hit Reset

Kathleen Hanna’s Still Queen of the Neighborhood

Ryley Walker’s Golden Sings of Summer

The Chicago Guitar Phenom Discusses His Inner Halfwit

Things to Do Music

Noteworthy Shows For the Week of October 5-11

Movies & TV

The Girl on the Train: It’s Better Than a Low-Rent Gone Girl!

But There’s Still a Lot of Emily Blunt Sulking in Beautiful Coats

Things to Do Film

The Birth of a Nation, The Real Godzilla, and a Visit from the Ghost with the Most

The Birth of a Nation Arrives Fraught with Baggage

Despite Setbacks, Nate Parker’s Controversial Film Still Has Lots of Potential Impact

Shin Godzilla: Will the Real Godzilla Please Stand Up?

Apparently, Real Godzilla Movies Are Talky, Allegorical, and Silly


Cannabuzz: Brother, Can You Spare a Dime (Bag)?

Should You Give Weed to the Homeless?

Ask a Pot Lawyer: Growing Your Own

What You Need to Know


Our Picks for the All Jane Comedy Fest

From Maria Bamford to Irene Tu, Here’s What Not to Miss

Stellar Jokes (and Gentleman Callers)

Get Ready for Bri Pruett’s One-Woman Show


My Private Property Hangs the World with “Fresh Paint” Signs

Mary Ruefle Blends Poetry, Prose, and Colors in Her Exquisite New Book

Nell Zink’s Nicotine is a Gentle Indictment of Fake Shamans and Empty Idealism

I Only Wish I Didn’t Have to Bring Jonathan Franzen Into It


Beyond the Cuckoo’s Nest

How Portland and Oregon Have Historically Dealt with Mental Illness—and What It Means for Us Today

I, Anonymous

Lush Life

Portland’s “It’s Also a Bar” Culture Is Still King

Places to Multitask Your Drinking

Sold Out

Portland’s Pretty

Checking Out the Hot Hotties of Hesh Fest


Letters to the Editor

“I Think You Mean ‘Biff.’”

Savage Love & Sex

Savage Love

Vulva Va Voom

Last Supper

Chungdam: Late Night Deep Korean Cuts

Cheesy Corn, K-Pop, Korean Fried Chicken and Silkworm Pupae on SE 82nd