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MEAT, CHEAP: The Jolly Restaurants (Jolly Roger, Jolly Roger at Johns Landing, the Sports Page) are all offering a cheeseburger with chips and a soda for $4 through the end of November. Jolly Roger, 1340 SE 12th Ave., 232-8060. Jolly Roger at Johns Landing, 5627 SW Kelly St., 246-5040. The Sports Page, 8590 SW Hall Blvd., 643-2200.
SEGEL CHASER: Boxxes continues its awesomely incongruous Monday-night double features. This week it’s Park Chan-wook’s vicious revenge-fetish flick Oldboy at 8:30, followed by Jason Segel’s stalker-comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall, at 10:30. Boxxes, 1035 SW Stark St., 226-4171. Free. 21+.
PUT A RING ON IT, MAYBE: Antoinette Antique and Estate Jewelry, a Multnomah Village purveyor of old, pretty things, is raffling off an estate diamond ring and a $100 gift certificate. Anyone who takes two cans of food to the shop before Dec. 12 gets a ticket for either prize. Anyone who makes a purchase by the same deadline gets another. 7814 SW Capitol Highway, inside Le Meitour Gallery, 348-0411, antoinettejewelry.com. Noon-5 pm Thursday-Sunday.
SHOP, PARTY: Nearly a dozen boutiques on the east (Frank James, Lille, Redux, Rock ’n’ Rose, Second Nature/Sword & Fern) and west (Covet, Flora, Narcisse, Frances May, Radish Underground) ends of lower Burnside Street have teamed up with a massive “Black Friday” sale. Beginning Nov. 23, pick up a “Shop Local Passport” at any of the participating stores. The passport, which is available through 11 pm Nov. 27, entitles bearers to 20 percent off purchases at all stores from noon to 8 pm Friday and 15 percent off Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 28-29. Shoppers who get their passports stamped at six or more of the participating stores (no purchase required) get free entry to a “VIP after-party” at the Cleaners at the Ace Hotel (1022 SW Stark St.), 8-11 pm, with door prizes from the stores and local bars and restaurants. Various locations. Free, VIP party $5 without six stamps.
DANCE DANCE REPRODUCTION: Reverse Dotty, a synth- and violin-heavy dance-pop act with songs about human fertilization and bad jobs, plays a free show with Asa Ransom and Crosstide. Berbati’s Pan, 231 SW Ankeny St., 248-4579, berbati.com. 10 pm Saturday, Nov. 28. Free. 21+.