Print Edition for the week of
Jan. 17 - 23, 2018

Vol. 18, No. 36
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Brian Britigan


R2DToo Is No Longer in the Epicenter of Portland’s Homelessness Crisis

Seven Months After the Village Moved, A Lot Has Changed. And A Lot Hasn’t.

Oregon’s Constitution Has Shackled Portland’s $258 Million Housing Bond

Now, State Lawmakers Say They Have the Key

Hall Monitor: Incoming Calls

A Local Attorney Believes the City’s NIMBYs Can Help Fix Homelessness—and Now He Has Their Numbers


All-Ages Action!

This Week in All-Ages Music

NXT LVL Is Partying for Social Justice

The Portland Collective’s J20 Party Celebrates Women of Color

Spontaneous Combustion Is a DIY Classical Festival

The Travelling Roadshow Rolls Through Portland This Week

The 21 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: January 17-23

From Tuvan Throat Singers to Explosive Classical to Yung Lean

Movies & TV

Mosaic Review: Should You Experience Steven Soderbergh’s Latest on HBO or in the App?

Watching—and Tapping—an Experimental Murder Mystery

The 22 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: January 19-25

Hellboy, The Boxtrolls, Shogun Assassin, and More

Theater & Performance

Fertile Ground’s Accessible Art Returns

Your Best Bets Include Rosa Luxemburg, Sexual Revolutions, and a New and Improved Uncle Vanya



Portland’s Got a Problem with Taxidermy


Let’s Keep Our Eyes on the Prize, and Those IDs

An OLCC Sting Shows Dispensaries Are Seriously Lax About Minors—and That’s Really, Really Bad

Ask a Pot Lawyer

Industrial Hemp Can Now Go Through the Recreation Cannabis Supply Line

So What Does This Mean for Oregon’s Producers?

I, Anonymous

This Week’s Featured I, Anonymous!

Pissed Off

Last Supper

The Return of the Full English Breakfast

On the Hunt For the Finest Full English Breakfast at Kingsland Kitchen (and Toffee Club).

Sold Out

2018 Fashion Forecast

Predicting What You’ll Be Wearing in the New Year

New Column! Presents... Our “Catch of the Day!”

Find Out if Steve Bannon is the Man for You!


Letters to the Editor

This Week: Parking Woes, Election Trickery, and Some Guy Who Really Doesn’t Like Star Wars.

I, Anonymous Blog

Get Over It

Listen to Yourself

I Hate Portland Too

Work, Work, Work

Harassment Explosion

Hot Tempered

Stop Demonizing Portland

Coming Out as a Conservative

Shame On Me

Working at a Funeral Home



I'm Scared of Life

Letter to Portland

Savage Love

Bloody Business

The Waiting Game

Rules to Keep Happy Hour Happy

Or, Why Do Bars and Restaurants Have All These Rules?

From Slacktivism to Activism

The 11 Best Ways to Make a Difference in Portland this Week: January 17-23

J20 Rallies, Food Justice Workshops, and a Volunteer Spotlight on Clay Street Table at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Parish