Stephanie Fine Sasse
There’s no shortage of people, places, and things that’ve been fucked over by Trump (sometimes literally). But amidst all the human rights abuses and dictator-pandering, the Trump Administration has had one constant foe: science. From decimating the American West to cozying up with oil barons to sabotaging the EPA and NASA, Trump’s waged a campaign against fundamental facts that will have devastating consequences for generations. With Science Not Silence: Voices From the March for Science Movement, editors Stephanie Fine Sasse and Lucky Tran collect the stories of those fighting back—and who don’t plan to stop anytime soon. Tonight, Sasse will be joined by activists from Portland’s March for Science at Powell’s. ERIK HENRIKSEN
7:30 pm, Powell's City of Books, free

Re-run Theater: Miami Vice Fest 7—Calderone's Return
Another summer, another reminder of the day-glo glory that was Anthony Yerkovich and Michael Mann's Miami Vice, a cultural phenomenon so powerful that the city of Miami is still working overtime trying to maintain the neon-lit sense of cool the NBC series captured. For this summer's installment of the Vice Fest, the Hollywood screens Calderone's Return, season one's two-part sequel to the pilot, notable for killing off Crockett and Tubbs' boss—clearing the way for Edward James Olmos to join the cast—and for introducing "Crockett's Theme" to the world. Pastels are encouraged, socks will be sneered at, and wine coolers are definitely on the menu. BOBBY ROBERTS
7:30 pm, Hollywood Theatre, $7-9

Portland Thorns vs Sky Blue FC
With Providence Park set to host the 2018 NWSL Championship Game, the Thorns will need to take full advantage of every remaining game if they’re going to defend their title on home turf come September. New Jersey's Sky Blue FC are currently sitting winless at the bottom of the NWSL table, giving Portland the perfect opening to secure three points and keep pace with the league’s elite in a rugged playoff race. CHIPP TERWILLIGER
7:30 pm, Providence Park, $15-70, all ages

The Get Up Kids, The Casket Lottery
The influential band out of Kansas City bring their Midwestern emo and indie rock sounds back through Portland in support of their first new music since 2011's There Are Rules.
8:30 pm, Doug Fir, $22-28

Shirts and Skins
This month's installment of the ongoing sketch comedy showcase features new pieces from writer/director and Portland comedy scene mainstay Jason Rouse (Live Wire!, Sweat, The 3rd Floor) as performed by some of the city's best comedic talents, and on top of that, proceeds from the show benefit the ACLU.
8 pm, Curious Comedy Theater, $10

Saké Fest PDX
Why should beer and cider get all the fun? A festival with over 100 sake varieties, paired with some of Portland's finest foods, including contributions from SHO, Bamboo Sushi, Burnside Brewing, Zilla, Ranger Chocolate, and more.
5:30 pm, Oregon Convention Center, $45-78

Máscaras, Jo Passed, Ah God
Jo Passed is the new project of Joseph Hirabayashi, a Canadian singer/songwriter with a penchant for gently drifting psych-pop and fetching, float-worthy melodies. BEN SALMON
9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $10

His Girl Friday
This 1940 comedy written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur is still the gold standard for dialogue, with less than a handful of its thousand-plus imitators managing to achieve the sort of electrified-yet-effortless back-and-forth essayed by Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell, as directed by Howard Hawks. BOBBY ROBERTS
7 pm, Clinton Street Theater

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