Southeast Sunday Parkways
It’s bike month, so what better way to spend a sunny Sunday than pedaling around on streets free of traffic? There will be vendors, music and activities to join in along this adorable seven-mile ride that passes through Laurelhurst, Sewallcrest, Colonel Summers and Ivon Parks. KELLY KENOYER
11am, Various Locations, free, all ages


Pitch, Please!
Perhaps you’ve heard about local artist/funny person Carolyn Main’s great new card game Pitch, Please!, in which players choose a classic movie trope from a deck, and then “pitch” an original idea for a film within 60 seconds. Well, now this concept just got funnier—because Pitch, Please! is now LIVE ONSTAGE, and will be played out for your endless amusement by some of the most hilarious comedians in town including Amanda Arnold, Kat Buckley, as well as previous Mercury Geniuses of Comedy, Mohanad Elshieky and Nariko Ott! If you love movies and comedy, you won’t want to miss this. WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
8 pm, Siren Theater, $5

Illmaculate, OnlyOne
The St. Johns-based MC known for his battle rap and freestyle skills and his role in the local hip-hop collective Sandpeople takes over Mississippi Studios for a hometown EP release show along with OnlyOne.
9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $10

Moorea Masa & the Mood, Raquel Rodriguez, Maarquii
For many in the Portland music scene (myself included), Moorea Masa first grabbed our collective attention as a vocalist in Ural Thomas and the Pain. She’s since gone on to work with the Brent Knopf/Matt Berninger collaboration El Vy and sung for the Decemberists and kd lang, but concurrently, Masa’s also been proving herself an artist fully deserving of her own spotlight. Tonight marks the local record release show for Masa’s first solo album, Shine a Light, a soulful, magnanimous collection of songs that sounds fully contemporary even as it boasts vintage garnishments like whirring Hammond organ and Motown-esque stabs of strings. Masa’s voice would likely sound fantastic in front of any backdrop, but Shine a Light is the perfect showcase for her terrific voice, tinged with soul, R&B, folk, and pop. It’s an album good enough to turn Masa into the kind of superstar she so clearly is destined to become. NED LANNAMANN
8 pm, Doug Fir, $10-12

The Glitch Mob, Elohim, Anomalie
The LA-based electronic music group spearheaded by edIT (Edward Ma), Boreta (Justin Boreta), and Ooah (Josh Mayer) bring their shapeshifting industrial beats back to Portland for a headlining show supporting their latest album, See Without Eyes.
8 pm, Roseland, $28

Molly Crabapple, Lidia Yuknavitch
Award-winning artist and writer Molly Crabapple reads from Brothers of the Gun, an illustrated coming-of-age memoir detailing the life of Syrian freelance journalist Marwan Hisham. Crabapple will be joined in conversation by Lidia Yuknavitch, author of The Book of Joan and The Small Backs of Children.
7:30 pm, Powell's City of Books, free

The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
Ray Harryhausen's 1958 masterpiece showcases not only his technical skills, but also the boundless imagination that inspired 1,000 careers—including those of James Cameron, George Lucas, and Tim Burton. H. PERRY HORTON
2 pm, NW Film Center's Whitsell Auditorium, all ages

Mahler's Seventh Symphony
Conductor Carlos Kalmar and the Oregon Symphony cap off the 2017/18 Classical Series with a performance of Mahler’s “Song of the Night.”
7:30 pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, $24-120, all ages

Depressed Cake Shop
This one-day pop-up shop raises awareness and money for mental illness using the power of baked goods. Gray cakes and cookies, often brightly colored on the inside, are sold and encourage folks to speak openly about mental health issues. This event will benefit Baby Blues Connection in support of mothers and families working through perinatal mood disorders. EMILLY PRADO
1 pm, Opal 28

9th Annual Kenton Street Fair
Kenton celebrates itself in grand style (as it always does - it's World Famous, after all) with over 80 vendors, local food and drink, and three live music stages playing for as many families as can gather under the gentle shadow of that big-ass Paul Bunyan statue.
10am, Paul Bunyan Statue, free, all ages

Don't forget to check out our Things To Do calendar for even more things to do!