Wednesday, Nov. 5
We’ll take take “Outer Space” for $200 as certified smarty
pants Ken Jennings comes to Beaverton. The most successful contestant
ever on the popular TV game
Friday Oct. 31 HalloweenDress up, or don't. Hand out candy, or don't. We can't control your religion. Anyway, there's a party at your friend's house, and plenty of sexy witches and warlocks. Free. Sold out.
Slavoj Zizek and Jean-Pierre Dupuy
[LECTURE] In what seems as good a way as any to kick off Halloween, endlessly idiosyncra...
Eyehategod, Power Trip, Iron Reagan, Today Is the Day, Wehrmacht, At the Seams, Chronological Injustice
[AGGRO] Fresh off an appearance at Phil Anselmo’s second annual Housecore Horror Film Fest, Eyehategod comes to Portland, with a new, self-titled album in tow. That record—the first to feature new drummer Aaron Hill—was in fact relea...
BEARD FIGHT: Portland’s
controversy-plagued World Beard and Moustache Championships just got
more controversial. The event, held Oct. 25 at Keller Auditorium, got a
scolding from The Oregonian
WEDNESDAY OCT. 29
[BOOKS] Author William Gibson returns
with another grim vision of the near future filled with brain implants,
megacorporations and murder. Powell’s City of Boo
Friday Oct. 24 The Great American Distillers Festival
[BEER] For the 10th consecutive year, tens of distilleries will descend on the same spot to get everyone royally, artisanally wasted. There will be 21 Oregon distilleries and 40 total, including bartender fetish Tito’s Handmade Vodka of Texas. Specifically, the fest focuses on rum, whiskey, vodka and gin at the...
Anthropometry: Science and Design in the Contemporary Art Experience
[ART] Artist and writer Jeff Jahn scores another curatorial hit with the thoughtful and spatially invigorating three-person show Anthropometry. By far the most eye-catching piece in the endearingly shabby Kathrin Cawein Gallery is Matthew Leavitt’s Desert Mandala M...More
Evolution of a Criminal
[THREE DAYS ONLY] In the late 1990s, Darius Clark Monroe and two friends robbed a bank in Houston. Monroe was 16 at the time, an honor student beloved by his teachers, and his main motivation was helping his mother and stepfather, who had been in crippling debt for years. In this film, Monroe revisits his old neighborhood and...
THE MAGIC’S GONE: Magic Garden is closing Dec. 31.
The iconic Old Town strip club was founded in the 1960s as a lesbian
club and evolved into a coed hangout, a place where nude dancing