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Feb. 28 - Mar. 6, 2018

Vol. 18, No. 42
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Aaron Lee + Kathleen Marie


Portland’s Trying to Bring Displaced Residents Back to Their Old Neighborhoods.

Why Isn’t It Working?

In Other News

Sorel Is Staying Downtown and the City Might Get More Sweep Authority

Hall Monitor: The Relo War Approaches

Landlords and Tenant Groups Are Gearing Up for Their Biggest Skirmish Yet.


The 22 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: February 28-March 6

Celtic Folk, Wet Fruit, and... Santana?

Haley Heynderickx Releases Her Long-Awaited Debut

On I Need to Start a Garden, the Portland Singer/Songwriter Surrenders to the Unknown

Alex Cameron’s New Record Is a Trojan Horse

Forced Witness Documents Belligerent Bar Fights, Catfishing, and Bloody-Knuckled Escapes

Record Review: Candace, New Ruins

The Portland Trio Returns with Heavy-Lidded Lo-Fi


The 19 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: March 2-8

This Week: Ida Lupino, Snake Plissken, and—Wait. Have You Still Not Seen Annihilation? Go See Annihilation!

The Hollywood Theatre’s Feminist March Series Should Last a Whole Year

How Else Will We See All These Wonderful Movies?

In the Fade Review: Tragedy, Xenophobia, and Weaponized Grief

Diane Kruger Anchors a Gripping, Relevant Drama

Red Sparrow Review: Black Widow > Red Sparrow

A Spy Flick That Scratches All the Wrong Itches

The Party Review: Make Other Plans

Even at 71 Minutes, The Party Outstays Its Welcome

Food and Drink

I, Anonymous

This Week’s Featured I, Anonymous!

Pottery Yarn

Ask a Pot Lawyer


Adabinol Will Do Ya

Dirty Arm Farm’s Cannabinoid Syrup Has Lots of Potential Applications

Sold Out

Fade to Light: A View from the Sidelines

A Review of Fade to Light, Portland's Best Fashion Show

One Day at a Time


Letters to the Editor

This Week: Ann, Amazon, and Asshole Telemarketers

I, Anonymous Blog

Savage Love


What’s She Mad About Now?

Happy First Day of School!

A Reminder to Newly-Armed Teachers from Principal Drew

From Slacktivism to Activism

The 11 Best Ways to Make a Difference in Portland this Week: February 28-March 6

Saving the Gorge, Honoring Ursula, and Interrupting Hate

Around and Around (A Vinyl Column)

Martin Newell’s The Greatest Living Englishman Is Charming as All Get-Out

The Cleaners from Venus Frontman’s 1993 Solo Album Gets a Splendid Vinyl Reissue

Spring Arts 2018

The Only Spring Arts & Culture Guide You Need

Good Riddance, Winter! Our Hand-Picked Agenda for Spring Is Here!

Spring Comes Early to Director Park

Portland Tropical Gardens’ Artsy Cure for Winter

Sussing Out the Oregon Symphony’s Season Closer

They’ve Got Much More Than Rote Favorites in Store

Michelle McNamara Used True Crime for Good

Revisiting the I’ll Be Gone in the Dark Author’s Online Investigations

Shaun Scott on the Brokest Generation

Millennials Are Killing Lots of Things. Hopefully Capitalism Is Next.

Syde-Ide Collaborations Puts Marginalized Voices Front and Center

The New Theater Company Is Here to Shake Up Portland’s Performance Scene

Fresh Art at Grapefruits

It’s an Exhibition Space Where Anything Can Happen

Shelley McLendon’s Growing Empire

The Siren Theater Makes Space for Sketch Comedy