The Grand Budapest Hotel
Cinema 21, 616 NW 21st Ave., 223-4515, Daily pm showings 12:00, 12:30, 2:15, 2:45, 4:30, 5:00, 7:00, 7:30, 9:15, 9:30, plus late shows Fri-Sat at 11:15.
The Venetian Theatre, 253 E Main St., Hillsboro, 345-9590. 7:30 pm Thursdays-Saturdays and 2 pm Sundays through March 23. $20-$30.
Luciana Proaño
Studio 14, 333 NE Hancock St., 971-275- 0595. 8 pm Fridays March 14-28 and April 11-25. $10-$15.
Secret Society Ballroom, 116 NE Russell St., 493-3600. 9 pm. $10. 21kknd.
Saturday, March 15
PSU Saturday Farmers Market
Portland State University Farmers Market, Southwest Park Avenue and Montgomery Street. 8 am.
Ryan Reggiani: Sculpture
Hap Gallery, 916 NW Flanders St., 444-7101.
Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks
Star Theater, 13 NW 6th Ave., 345-7892. 9 pm. $24. 21kknd
XRAY.FM Launch Party
Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi Ave., 288-3895. 9 pm. $15-$30 sliding scale. 21kknd.
Buffy! A Parody Play
Funhouse Lounge, 2432 SE 11th Ave., 841-6734. 7 pm Thursdays-Saturdays through March 29. $12-$18.
Sunday, March 16
Kells Smoker

[MUSIC/PERFORMANCE] This is the strip-club event that people who don’t go to strip clubs always tell you they’ve been meaning to attend: You perform your karaoke, while the dancer does her own set on the same stage. But please! Do not get carried away and think the high note on “Don’t Stop Believin’” is a good time to grab the dancer on any part of her body, including the pinkie. Because it is not. Devils Point
5305 SE Foster Rd., 774-4513. For a special strip club night for every single day of the week, see here. For our just-minted guide to local strip clubs and culture, go here.

The Cry
[ROCK] The members of Portland pop-punk band the Cry live and breathe rock ’n’ roll, and you can tell just by looking at them. The group’s songs are rich in three-part harmonies and classic guitar riffs, unabashedly inspired by the bands they love, such as the Rolling Stones and the Clash. Imagine the Ramones with the fashion sense of T-Rex, and that’s close to the Cry’s aesthetic. Valentines, 232 SW Ankeny St., with Chanterelles and the Verner Pantons, on Sunday, March 16. 9 pm. $5. 21kknd.

Monday, March 17

St. Patty’s Day Rip
[LAZY INEBRIATION] Hey look, a St. Patty's Day bar bus! How rare! This one, however, tours dive bars, less divey bars and Vietnamese dive bars, and avoids the frat-riddled Irish-British mafia. So you might actually make it to the well for a drink before the bus leaves again. Multiple Locations, 7 pm. $35. 21kknd.

W. Kamau Bell
[COMEDY] One of the sharpest voices on race and politics in comedy, Bell has had time to recover from the unjust cancellation of his TV series, Totally Biased, and he’s put together a standup tour called Oh, Everything! Expect astute, funny observations. Doug Fir Lounge, 830 E Burnside St., 231-9663. 9 pm. $23. 21kknd. 

The Sword
[MUSIC] Apocryphon, the 2012 album from these Austin-based Sabbath worshippers, reveals that despite some questionable aesthetic choices—lyrics seemingly ripped from a D&D campaign, a logo that would look great airbrushed on a 1983 Club Wagon—the Sword is the real deal. Think of it as Mastodon for the Dazed & Confused set. Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 SE 39th Ave., 233-7100. 7 pm. $20. All ages.

Scary Citywide Monday Day-Drink
[DRINK] A senseless, endless marathon of whiskey—punctuated by Timbers chants, bagpipes and Linda Blair impressions. Closes 2:30 am. 21kknd. Hide your children.