Print Edition for the week of
Jun. 27 - Jul. 3, 2018

Vol. 19, No. 7
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Dylan Goldberger


Chasing the Perfect Pop Song with the Sidekicks

The Ohio Band Gets Closer with Happiness Hours

The 19 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: June 27-July 3

From Belle and Sebastian to Frog Eyes

Movies & TV

GLOW’s Second Season Proves It’s the Most Relevant Show on TV

Don’t Be Fooled by the Spandex

Westwood Captures the Spirit of Vivienne Westwood

A Wide-Ranging Doc About the Fashion Designer and Activist

Leave No Trace Review: An Extraordinary Oregon Story

Longest Camping Trip Ever!

The 15 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: Jun 29-Jul 5

Sam Peckinpah and Shaquille O'Neal, Together at Last

Food and Drink

Wing Week 2018

It’s Time for the Portland Mercury’s Wing Week!


Interview: Yedoye Travis Headlines Minority Retort

Talking Problematic Favs, Hard to Pronounce Names, and Seeing Your Future Self on Stage with Yedoye Travis


Rita Bullwinkel’s Belly Up Is Like an Endless Jungle

The Latest, Impressive Short Story Collection from A Strange Object

I, Anonymous

This Week’s Featured I, Anonymous!

Apostrophe Apocalypse

Lush Life

Palomar: Now with Food That Lives Up to the Cocktails

You Can Lead a Mule to Ginger Beer

Last Supper

A Definitive Guide to Portland’s Top Five Fresh Rolls

Found: a Handful of Near-Perfect Salad Rolls that Aren't too healthy.


The Canadian Cannabis Forecast

Looking at the Numbers, and at Uruguay, the First Country to Legalize Weed

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

New Column!


Letters to the Editor

Naked Bike Rides, Taco Tuesday, and Someone Called “the Baby Namer”

Savage Love

Both & Baggage

The Party Review

We Forgot the Alamo

From Slacktivism to Activism

The 11 Best Ways to Make a Difference in Portland this Week: June 27-July 3

Say NO to ICE, Free Toothache Clinic, and a Pride Concert/Workshop

Portland’s Pretty

Party Wave PDX Was Wavy

Around and Around (A Vinyl Column)

A Previously Lost 1963 Session from John Coltrane’s Classic Quartet

Both Directions at Once Reveals a Hard Day’s Work

Craft Beer Issue 2018

Rosenstadt Brewing Keeps Up Tradition, Untraditionally

And Now There's a Permanent Place to Drink Their Line of German-Style Beers

Little Beast’s Beer Garden Is a Feast for the Senses

The Farmhouse-Style Brewery Also Has a New Production Facility

Thirsty Monk Spreads the Gospel of Belgian Beer

Food Flights and Unique Brews in the Former Bazi Bierbrasserie Space

Beer Crawl: Sipping in Richmond

Southeast Hawthorne and Division

Brewed by Gnomes’ Uniquely Herbal Beers Just Got a Lot Easier to Find

Brewer Shay Hosseinion Listens to the Gnomes

Beer Crawl: At the Foot of Mount Tabor

Belmont, Hawthorne, and Division

Ruse Brewing Steps into Its Own

A Peek at the Art-Forward Beermaker’s Forthcoming Brewery and Tasting Room

Von Ebert Brewing Shows No Signs of Stopping

The Pearl District’s New Brewpub Rises from the Ashes of Fat Head’s

Beer Crawl: Brewery Blocks and Beyond

Drink Your Way Across the Pearl District

Beer Crawl: Brews Across Buckman

Inner Southeast Might Be Portland’s Most Beer-Drenched Neighborhood

West Coast Grocery Company: The Brand-New Brewery with the Really Old Name

The Forthcoming Buckman Neighborhood Brewpub Keeps a Family Name Alive

StormBreaker Brewing: Where You Can Throw an Axe and Sip an IPA

The Brewpub Settles into Its Spacious New St. Johns Outpost

Beer Crawl: Suds in St. Johns

Lots to Drink Along Lombard

Grains of Wrath Arrives in a Changing Washington Mill Town

The Award-Winning Brewpub Is a Sign of Camas’ Future

Beer Crawl: Pints Across the River

Brew-Hunting in Camas and Washougal