Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 11 - 17, 2018

Vol. 19, No. 9
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News

Oregon’s Weak Hate Crime Laws Have Left Victims Disillusioned

"The process is inherently unsatisfying."

Hall Monitor: Hail to the Chief

Will New Leadership Help—or Hinder—the Mayor’s Office?

Music

The Pillows Aim to Please

Japan’s Pop-Rock Legends Tour America to Coincide with FLCL’s New Season

Record Review: LWW, 3PE

Luke Wyland Debuts His New Project with a Collection of Improvisations

The 13 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: July 11-17

Noodles! Wimps! Picklefest!

Resistance & Solidarity

The 12 Best Ways to Make a Difference in Portland This Week: July 11-17

A Free Presentation on Understanding Suicide, the First Annual Muslim Cultural Festival, and #OccupyICEPDX Day of Action

Movies & TV

Three Identical Strangers Is Heartwarming, Then Haunting

Tim Wardle’s Compulsively Watchable Documentary Goes to Dark Places

Nancy Review: More Frustrating Than Mysterious

A Movie in Which Very Little Actually Happens

The 23 Best Films To Watch This Week: July 13-19

The Dark Crystal and Indiana Jones in 70mm, Shane Carruth's Primer, and a Robot Film Festival

Comedy

Year Two of Portland’s Sketch Comedy Fest Brings It—Internationally, Nationally, and Locally

Don’t Miss Brunch, the Aces, Nacho Gold, and Patsy

Books

The Floor Pooping in My Year of Rest and Relaxation Feels Completely Normal

Interview: Ottessa Moshfegh on Her New Novel’s Deadpan Spin-Out

I, Anonymous

This Week’s Featured I, Anonymous!

The Florida Project

Cannabuzz

California Cannabis in Crisis

The Golden State’s Rollout for Legal Weed Has Already Hit Big Problems

One Day at a Time

Letters

Letters to the Editor

Letters About Climate Change and Bigfoot, As Usual

I, Anonymous Blog

Gentrification's a Helluva Thing

Yuk Yuk Yuck

Daycare Douchebags

Yup.

Road Rage

Vengeance Will Be Mine

Confessions of a Male Escort

A penny for your thoughts

Hit and runs

People Up Front

You stole my poppies, jerk

If the Heat Doesn't Kill You, I Might

Confessions of a Male Escort

How’s the catfish boss?

Red light

Forget Collusion

Savage Love

Lopsiders

The Party Review

Black, Brown, Queer, and Proud

Around and Around (A Vinyl Column)

Buffalo Springfield, Again and Again

Neil Young and Stephen Stills’ First Band Gets Reissued in Mono and Stereo

Cheap Lunch!

The Disappearing Food Cart

Cheap Lunches are a Portland Food Cart Staple, But Is Rampant Development Signaling the Death of the Pod?

Raising the Salad Bar

Searching for a Reasonably Priced Salad Should Not Be This Hard

The Simple Sandwich

In Search of a Proper British Cheese ’N’ Pickle

Who Makes Portland’s Best Pizza by the Slice?

The ultimate list meant to surely infuriate anyone who reads it.

Cheap Lunches!

Sixty Places to Get Inexpensive Noontime Eats