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Jul. 25 - 31, 2018

Vol. 19, No. 11
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Ashley Wong

News

How Oregon’s Radical Reproductive Health Laws Ignited an Anti-Abortion Campaign

Oregon's the only state without laws restricting abortion. Will a reinvigorated anti-abortion fight change that?

Hall Monitor: After Occupy ICE

Will the City Continue the Conversation ICE Protesters Began?

Music

Revisiting Blind Pilot’s 3 Rounds and a Sound

The Portland Indie Folk Band Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Their Debut

The Library Music Project Will Surprise and Delight Your Ears

Behold, the Multnomah County Library’s New Music Streaming Platform

The 18 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: July 25-31

A Kate Bush Birthday Party, Fin de Cinema (Jiří Barta Edition), Willie Nelson, and Andaz’s 16th Anniversary

Film

Hulu’s Castle Rock Gets Stephen King Right. Sort Of.

You Might Be Better Off Rewatching Stranger Things

Eighth Grade Review: B-

I Spent Most of Bo Burnham’s Movie Like I Spent Actual Eighth Grade—Waiting for It to Be Over

Risk and Reward in Mission Impossible: Fallout

Christopher McQuarrie’s Latest Is Pure Action Cinema

The 36 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: July 27-August 2

From Psycho to Yojimbo, and from Jim Jarmusch to Tom Cruise

Visual Art

The Silent, Shuttered Works of Cathy Wilkes

Pieces From Yale Union’s Current Show Will Be in Next Year’s Venice Biennale

Books

Author Claire L. Evans’ Broad Band Reveals Women’s Contributions to Tech

A Hidden History of Computing, from the 1800s to the 1990s

Feature

The Asylum Seeker

He Could Be Killed If He's Sent Back to Russia. So Why Won’t a Portland Judge Let Him Stay?

Lush Life

Beer Crawling on the Orange MAX Line

Because the Best Kind of Beer Crawl Is the Kind Where You Don’t Have to Drive

I, Anonymous

This Week's Featured I, Anonymous

Gone Fishin’

Cannabuzz

Prohibition Arguments, Cannalyzed™!

This Week: Does Legalized Weed Lead to Increased Use Among Youth?

Letters

Letters to the Editor

Housing Fixes, Nazis, and Nudnicks Who Don’t Want to Pay Their Taxes

Savage Love

Quickies

The Party Review

From Slacktivism to Activism

The 12 Best Ways to Make a Difference in Portland this Week: July 25-31

New Meadows Transitional Housing Donation Drive, a Black Panther Party Walking Tour, and a Look at the World Cup Workforce

Portland’s Pretty

Around and Around (A Vinyl Column)

Wire’s First Three Albums Sound More Spacious and Vital Than Ever

Superbly Pressed Vinyl Reissues of Pink Flag, Chairs Missing, and 154