Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 18 - 24, 2018

Vol. 19, No. 10
Shannon R Knight


A Band-Aid Solution for Portland’s Cycle of Evictions

A Pilot Program Works to Keep Low-Income Tenants in Their Homes. It's Working—for Now.

Hall Monitor: Paradigm Shift

Mayor Wheeler's Response to Homelessness Isn't Working


PDX Pop Now! Sets a Standard for Accessibility in Art

The Always Free, Always All-Ages Festival Celebrates Its 15th Year

The 18 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: July 18-24

From Prince Daddy to King Princess

Movies & TV

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot Review: Gus Van Sant Takes on John Callahan

And the Results Are Good—If Tamer Than Expected

The Equalizer 2: Just Get to the Equalizing Already!

We’re Here for Equalizing, Not Exposition

The King Explores Elvis and America Through Obvious Metaphors

A Rolls-Royce Symbolizes Capitalism! (And Other Self-Evident Truths)

The 34 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: Jul 20-26

From Vertigo on 70mm to Half Baked on the Roof of a Parking Garage

Visual Art

Xander Marrow and Rocket Are Perfectly Paired for Germination

The Two-Person Photography Show Explores Intimate History and Artistic Development


Bad Moms and Brutal Honesty in I Will Be Complete

Glen David Gold’s Memoir Recounts a Singularly Awful Upbringing

Genevieve Hudson’s Pretend We Live Here Boldly Makes Queerness the Norm

Hudson’s Fierce Debut Finds a Fitting Home at Future Tense Books


An Imaginary Oregon

Early Map Makers Had No Idea What Was in the Pacific Northwest—But That Didn’t Stop Them from Making Stuff Up

Last Supper

Either/Or Is A Very Good Bar/Restaurant/Coffee Shop

Coffee Cocktails, Baller Breakfast Tacos and Espresso Flights On North Williams

Lush Life

Small is Beautiful for Oregon’s Winemakers

Just a Taste of Some the Region’s Stand-Out Micro-Producers

I, Anonymous

This Week’s Featured I, Anonymous!

Growing Rage


Why Wine Drinkers Could Switch to Weed

Particularly Women Wine Drinkers

Sold Out

Blithe and Bonny’s Backstory

One Day at a Time

New Column!


Letters to the Editor

Sure, Portland’s Police Think Our City Is a “Cesspool.” But at Least We Have Cheap Lunches!

I, Anonymous Blog

Savage Love & Sex

Savage Love


What’s She Mad About Now?

It Can’t Happen Here

From Slacktivism to Activism

The 13 Best Ways to Make a Difference in Portland this Week: July 18-24

Party for Social Justice at the Zodiac Kiki Ball, Build Sleeping Pods for R2D2, and Volunteer with Trailkeepers of Oregon