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Headout Picks: 6/12/13

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12

BIKE SMUT 7

[PORN] Ever want to watch someone have sex with a bicycle? On a bicycle? The Bike Smut amateur sex film fest (bikeporntour.blogspot.com), in its seventh year, is dubious as porn but generally good for the yuks and yucks and sex-positive ya-yas. Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton St., 897-0744, cstpdx.com. 9 pm. $7. 

BEERS MADE BY WALKING

[BEER] Four local brewers lead a hike through Forest Park, stopping to show off native plants used in their new brews. On Thursday, Belmont Station taps the beers. The Forest Park Conservancy, 1505 NW 23rd Ave., beersmadebywalking.com. 6 pm. $10.

THERESA CAPUTO
[TALKING TO THE DEAD] A shellacked Long Island mom, Caputo claims to receive spontaneous messages from the great beyond. Bogus? Oh, yeah. Tonight she’ll commune with audience members’ dearly departed. Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1037 SW Broadway, 800-273-1530. 7:30 pm. $35.75.


THURSDAY, JUNE 13


GGG: DOMINATRIX FOR DUMMIES

[THEATER] CoHo Productions kicks off a summer of solo performances with Eleanor O’Brien’s one-woman show about her experiences at a professional house of domination in New York City. The CoHo Theater, 2257 NW Raleigh St., 715-1114. 7:30 pm. $15.

AM & SHAWN LEE

[MUSIC] The transcontinental duo’s second album, La Musique Numerique, is one of the year’s outta-nowhere gems, a nocturnal mélange of Kraftwerkian synth-funk, 8-bit reggae and dusky art rock. Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi Ave., 288-3895. 9 pm. $12. 21+.


FRIDAY, JUNE 14


X-RAY VISIONS

[MOVIES] Benjamin Ellis presents a 90-minute director’s cut of his 2000 documentary on the X-Ray Cafe, the legendary Portland music venue. Mission Theater, 1624 NW Glisan St., 223-4527. 5 and 7 pm; bands begin at 8:30 pm. $7. 21+.


SATURDAY, JUNE 15


SABOTAGE: TRIBUTE TO THE BEASTIE BOYS

[MUSIC] Adam “MCA” Yauch is gone, but we’ll never live in a world without the Beastie Boys’ robust musical legacy. The lineup for the second annual B-Boys tribute is a testament to their wide-reaching influence, featuring hip-hoppers like Vursatyl and Rev. Shines as well as members of groups from the Decemberists to Trans Am uniting under the banner of getting ill. Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell St., 284-8686. 8 pm. $8. All ages.
 
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