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ART PARTY: Disjecta, Kenton’s art gallery/concert hall/performance space/unthinkably awesome party venue, is raffling off one night’s use of the former bowling alley on North Interstate Avenue for a private party, complete with lights, bars and live music by your choice of Sophe Lux, the Clampitt Family, DJ Anali or Jimi Jazz Acoustic Ensemble. Tickets are $20 apiece or $100 for six. If you win, that’s one cheap party. If you don’t, at least you supported a great arts venue. Keys.disjecta.org. Tickets must be purchased by May 31.
CRAZY SUNDAY: DoublePlusGood, Breakfast Mountain and Pep Assembly bring a triple-dose of PDX indie dance-pop to Rontoms for your ass-shaking pleasure. Refuel between sets with a big bowl of the house tomato soup. 600 E Burnside St., 236-4536. 8 pm Sunday, May 24. Free. 21+.
BURNS GOOD: The good folks at Buckman entertainment complex EastBurn make educating your palate affordable with $2 off all whiskey/scotch/bourbon from 9 pm to close every Wednesday (and the same deal for tequila every Thursday). 1800 E Burnside St., 236-2876, theeastburn.com.
SWAP-BOP-A-LOO-BOP: Bring an old, well-loved but intact pair of jeans to Nolita (to be donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest) by May 29 and get 20 percent off new denim. 923 NW 10th Ave., 274-7114, nolitanotes.blogspot.com.
FRY ME A(CROSS THE) RIVER: The new Johns Landing outpost of Jolly Roger lacks its eastside sibling’s easy access to Potato Champion’s delicious fries at the Hawthorne cart pod, but don’t let that keep you away—the new joint offers poutine (gravy-soaked fries with cheese curds) for $3 during “Jolly Hour.” 5627 SW Kelly Ave., 246-5040. 3-6 pm Monday-Friday, 11 pm-2 am nightly.