Print Edition for the week of
Nov. 2 - 8, 2016

Vol. 17, No. 26


Portland’s Police Reform Effort Has a Problem

Its Citizen Advisers Say They’ve Been Abandoned

Local Activists Call Out Disparate Treatment After Controversial Bundy Acquittal

“We Would Have Been Shot,” A Don’t Shoot Portland Organizer Says

Hall Monitor—The Death of Terminal 1

Portland’s Bold, Flawed Mass Shelter Proposal Just Gave Way to the Status Quo


Songs to Soundtrack Hillary Clinton’s Historic Win

(Because We Aren’t Acknowledging the Alternative)

Alice Bag’s Self-Titled Solo Debut Is 40 Years in the Making

The LA Musician's New Record Documents Her Personal History Through Xicanisma and Punk

Celebrate Know-vember

It’s the Northeast Portland Venue’s Final Month at Its Current Location

Things to Do Music

Noteworthy Shows for the Week of November 2-8

All-Ages Action!

This Week in All-Ages Music

Movies & TV

Things To Do Film

This Week: Tower, Michael Moore in TrumpLand, and Some Motherfucking Trolls

After 13 Years, Cinema Project Turns Off the Lights

Looking Back on a Decade of Experimental Film

The Magical Whitewash of Doctor Strange

The Cure for Racism? Sorcery!

The Taming of the Stooges

Jim Jarmusch Mythologizes Iggy & Co. in Gimme Danger

Hacksaw Ridge and the Return of Mel Gibson

It's Hieronymus Bosch in 4K!

Moonlight: Young, Gay, and Black in America

Barry Jenkins’ Acclaimed Film Is True Art


How Popular Is Weed These Days?

Weed Is Handily Outpolling Our Presidential Candidates


Casey Jarman Stares Down Death

Death: An Oral History Prepares You for the Inevitable

Theater & Performance

Jinkx Monsoon, Homecoming Queen

The Legendary Local Drag Queen is Back in The Vaudevillians

Hir: Love, War, and Vomit

Challenging Gender Norms in Defunkt Theatre’s Gut-Wrenching Family Drama


How to HUMP!

A Guide to the Film Festival Where Everyone is Sexy and Porn isn’t a Dirty Word

I, Anonymous


Chelsea Cain Leaves Twitter Following Sexist Harassment

The Local Author’s Experience Speaks to a Larger Problem of Online Abuse

Rolling Blackouts is an Ambitious Muddle

Sarah Glidden Explores Conflicts in the Middle East and Ethics in Comics Journalism

Lush Life

Slabtown Hits Refresh: The Solo Club

NW Portland is getting cool again

Last Supper

Give It Your Full Attention

Dame: All Natural Wine, Backed by a Thoughtful Kitchen


Patent Hypocrisy with Cannabis

The Feds Patented CBD, but They Can’t Have It Both Ways


Letters to the Editor

"In the Future, After the Corporate Weed Wars, There Very May Well Only Be Like Three Legal Strains in Oregon."

Savage Love & Sex

Savage Love

Cuck Everlasting

I’m Just Visiting