FRIDAY FEB. 22COMIC CON
[COMICS] Wizard World features appearances by Henry Winkler (Little Nicky), Lou Ferrigno (Chuck, Reno 911!), Dean Cain (Bailey’s Billion$), Morena Baccarin (The O.C.), Brent Spiner (Introducing Dorothy Dandridge), Jason David Frank (Sweet Valley High), James Hong (Wayne’s World 2) and Oregon’s own Bruce Campbell (The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.). Oregon Convention Center, 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 3-8 pm Friday, 10 am-7 pm Saturday, 10 am-5pm Sunday, Feb. 22-24. Tickets and information at wizardworld.com.
SATURDAY FEB. 23BONG HIT BINGO
[POT] Bingo, the classic game of luck and listening, played within easy reach of helpful medical resources. National Green Friends, 7958 SE Foster Road, 777-2355. 3-5 pm. $5 for members, $10 for nonmembers. Entry includes blotter and three cards. Extra cards are $1 each. nationalgreenfriends.com. OMMP card required.
GALACTIC FEATURING COREY GLOVER OF LIVING COLOUR
[MUSIC] An eclectic New Orleans funk band and an African-American rock legend walk into Jazz Fest. What happens? A massive fucking party, of course. Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside St., 225-0047. 9:30 pm. $25 advance, $28 day of show. All ages.
SUNDAY FEB. 24MOSH PIT NIGHT AT THE OSCARS
[MOVIES] Think you can write a better acceptance speech than Daniel Day-Lewis? Make yourself fancy and come prepared to deliver it—and to be forcibly yanked off the stage if you exceed the time limit. Bob White Theatre, 6423 SE Foster Road, 894-8672. 3 pm. $8-$12.
MONDAY FEB. 25R. STEVIE MOORE
[MUSIC] No offense, Ariel Pink, but R. Stevie Moore has been the king of depressive, four-track bedroom recordings for 10 years longer than you’ve been alive. Given that he only started touring seriously in 2011, this show is a singular opportunity to see the rougher-hewn side of pop come out of hiding. Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison St., 239-7639. 8:30 pm. $10 advance, $12 day of show. 21+.
TUESDAY FEB. 26A BRIEF HISTORY OF BOOZE IN PORTLAND
[HISTORY] Portland was a boozy city long before the bearded hoards began guzzling their double IPAs and PBR tall boys. Joe Streckert tells stories of Prohibition, blue laws and drunken vagabonds.
The Jack London Bar, 529 SW 4th Ave., 227-5327. 7:30 pm. Free. 21+.