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My ex is sleeping with my roommate right now

by Anonymous Ugh I can hear them out there in the living room. I can smell them. I guess that...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-27-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

This Wednesday! It's the I, Anonymous Show with Special Guest Matt Braunger!

by Wm. Steven Humphrey HEAR YE! HEAR YE! Do you miss live comedy? ("YES!") Do you want to support the...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-27-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

OHA Galaxy Brains

by Anonymous In a stunning discovery, the Oregon Health Authority has unveiled a new advancement in computer technology. They're calling...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-27-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

You Inspired Me

by Anonymous Thank you. Today I'm going to walk around and smile at weirdos, especially if they sit close to...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-27-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Zoo Is Unstreamable

by Chase Burns Slog is never far away from Zoo. SEAN KIRBY, ZOOUnstreamable is a weekly column that finds films...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

Slog PM: FDA Panel Approves Johnson & Johnson Vaccine, Macklemore Loves Polos, and a Fuck Palace on Smith Tower

by Jasmyne Keimig "Yo, that's [eighty] dollars for a [polo]!" Bogey BoysHere's your daily evening round-up of the latest local...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

This Week in Seattle Food News: Three New Japanese Restaurants Have Opened, By Tae Leaves Chophouse Row, and Dick's Is Coming To Bellevue

by Stranger EverOut Staff Capitol Hill's new Japanese barbecue spot Ishoni Yakiniku serves comfort food like kimchi udon noodles with...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

Your Guide to a Socially Distanced Weekend in Portland: Pittock Mansion's Reopening, Black-Owned Shops, a New Food Cart Pod, and More

by Mercury EverOut Staff Portland's most famous house on a hill, Pittock Mansion, is back open for in-person visits! Be...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Boeing Should Sell Its Renton and Everett Plants to China

Imagining a few post-Boeing futures for the region. by Charles Mudede Window view of a Boeing 777 engine. Yes. That...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

After Opposing an Increase in Minimum Wage, Dick's Expands to Bellevue with Jobs Starting at $17/Hour

by Matt Baume Mock-up of the future Dick’s Drive-In Dick's Drive-InDick's Drive-In President Jasmine Donovan spent quarantine driving all over...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

Good Afternoon, News: New Oregon Vaccine Timeline, Johnson & Johnson Approval, and Biden's First Airstrike

by Blair Stenvick johnson & johnson Here's your daily roundup of all the latest local and national news. (Like our...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

This Week in Seattle Food News

Three New Japanese Restaurants Have Opened, By Tae Leaves Chophouse Row, and Dick's Is Coming To Bellevue by Stranger EverOut...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

In Another Reversal, City Says Hazelnut Grove Can Keep Additional Services

by Alex Zielinski A pathway through Hazelnut Grove. Alex ZielinskiAfter a week of mixed messaging from City Hall, Hazelnut Grove...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Your Guide to a Socially Distanced Weekend in Seattle: Breakfast Sandwiches, Black Businesses to Support, Beer Festivals, and More

by Stranger EverOut Staff Get yourself a luxe breakfast sandwich from the pop-up Eggs Isle, coming to Chuck's Hop Shop...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

Seattle Needs Knitters

by Matt Baume Yarn is my only friend now. PixelsEffect / Getty ImagesIf you’re still looking for a new skill...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

Your Guide to a Socially Distanced Weekend

Picks for Feb 26-28, from Pittock Mansion's Reopening to a New Food Cart Pod by Mercury EverOut Staff [ Comment...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

All Oregonians Will Be Eligible for COVID Vaccines by July

by Alex Zielinski Billy H.C. Kwok / Getty ImagesAll Oregonians aged 16 and older will be able to receive a...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Your Guide to a Socially Distanced Weekend

Picks for Feb 26-28, from Breakfast Sandwiches to Black-Owned Businesses to Support by Stranger EverOut Staff...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

This Week In Portland Food News: Reel M Inn Tavern Is Back, Kansas City Barbecue Arrives, and Capri Sun Cocktails Are Coming

by Mercury EverOut Staff Portland's favorite fried chicken and jo-jos are back on the menu: Reel M Inn Tavern re-opens...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Review: Inside The Vigil's Dark, Delicate Horror

by Chase Hutchinson Dave Davis gives a dedicated performance as Yakov, a shomer disconnected from his faith. IFC/The VigilHonesty in...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

This Week In Portland Food News

Reel M Inn Tavern Is Back, Kansas City Barbecue Arrives, and Capri Sun Cocktails Are Coming by Mercury EverOut Staff...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

THIS WEEKEND! Get Naked and Join the HUMP! Film Festival's ALL-NUDE Watch Party!

by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey HEY SMUT LOVERS! There are only TWO WEEKENDS LEFT to catch the 2021 HUMP! Film Fest,...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

THIS WEEKEND! Get Naked and Join the HUMP! Film Festival's ALL-NUDE Watch Party!

by Wm. Steven Humphrey HEY SMUT LOVERS! There are only TWO WEEKENDS LEFT to catch the 2021 HUMP! Film Fest,...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Good Morning, News: $15 Minimum Wage Hike Scuttled, Deadbeat Oregon Republicans, and the CPAC Superspreader Extravaganza!

by Wm. Steven Humphrey We need your help. The economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis is threatening our ability to...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Slog AM: SPD Will Finally Stop Arresting People Only for Drug Possession, Few Artists Make Good Money on Spotify, Inslee Demands End of Racist Insurance Practice

by Charles Mudede "Police Officer no give me producer..." Charles MudedeSeattle Police Department Says: "...simple drug possession, is no longer...
The Stranger  |  02-26-2021  |  Slog

Sex Drive

by Anonymous Your sex drive was so low I had to replace my vibrator. So long old girl, you’ve been...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Greed

by Anonymous You will find the bodies piling up in the street politicians panderingto the corporate elite . [ Comment...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-26-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Amazing!

by Anonymous "I'm old now too, just entered my 30s" Don't be silly, or do be silly, but truly, you...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-25-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Slog PM: Equality Passes the House, We're Staying in Phase 2, What Gender Is a Potato?

by Chase Burns ... Ma'am? HasbroHere's your daily roundup of all the latest local and national news. Before we get...
The Stranger  |  02-25-2021  |  Slog

Weekend Watch List: Night of the Kings, Minari on VOD, and More

by Mercury EverOut Staff Philip Lacôte's Night of the Kings, streaming via Northwest Film Center starting Friday, is this year's...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-25-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

The Importance of Dr. Abe's New Book on the History of Seattle Hiphop

In this book are the unsung souls of rappers, producers, and organizations that made very big things happen. by Charles...
The Stranger  |  02-25-2021  |  Slog

Good Afternoon, News: Equality Act Passes, Another Capitol Threat, and Oregon's Crybaby Republicans Run Home to Mama

by Wm. Steven Humphrey Capitol police warn of a second attack from right-wing domestic terrorists. Tasos Katopodis / Getty News...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-25-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

This Week's Comics: Seven Fantastic Black Superhero Stories, Stray Dogs, and a Girl Haven

by Matt Baume I normally enjoy snowstorms, but I am not on speaking terms with snow right now because last...
The Stranger  |  02-25-2021  |  Slog

Weekend Watch List: Golden Globe Nominees, Thin Skin, and More

by Stranger EverOut Staff Lee Isaac Chung's sublime Minari, nominated for Best Foreign Language Picture at this weekend's Golden Globes,...
The Stranger  |  02-25-2021  |  Slog

What to Watch This Weekend

Night of the Kings, Minari on VOD, and More Picks for Feb 25-March 3 by Mercury EverOut Staff [ Comment...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-25-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Equality Act Passes House, Despite Republican Temper Tantrums

by Matt Baume Minnesota's Angie Craig presides over the vote with a fetching mask. CSPANThe House just voted by a...
The Stranger  |  02-25-2021  |  Slog

New Savage Lovecast: With Charles M. Blow

by Mercury Promotions Is it wrong to suggest to your unsuccessful internet date that she start seeing your roommate instead?A...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-25-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

What to Watch This Week

Golden Globe Nominees, Thin Skin, and More Movies and Shows for Feb 25-March 3 by Stranger EverOut Staff...
The Stranger  |  02-25-2021  |  Slog

The Vigil's Dark, Delicate Horror Streams This Friday

Taking place over one night in Brooklyn's Hasidic Borough Park neighborhood, The Vigil follows a struggling shomer. by Chase Hutchinson...
The Stranger  |  02-25-2021  |  Slog

Six Years in the Making, Lupe Drops on HBO This Friday

by Chase Hutchinson Courtesy Lupe/HBOThe new film Lupe has had a long journey to getting seen. It originally premiered at...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-25-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Get Your Tickets Now for a Livestream Concert from Rapper/Singer/Producer FOUNTAINE!

by Jenni Moore If you miss the live music experience, listen up: We're thrilled to announce that our third edition...
The Portland Mercury  |  02-25-2021  |  Blog Town, PDX

Seattle's Beloved Dragonfish Asian Cafe Dies

There will be a lot more big businesses and a lot fewer small businesses once this is all over. by...
The Stranger  |  02-25-2021  |  Slog

'Lakeview Terrace' Takes Liberties with One Couple's True Story

It seems Neil LaBute's Lakeview Terrace is an artistic rendition of the real-life story of John and Mellaine Hamilton, an interracial Altadena couple that has been locked in a number of bitter disputes with next-door neighbor Irsie Henry, an African-American former LAPD officer who has ended up in court over his disagreements with the Hamiltons.
Pasadena Weekly  |  Carl Kozlowski  |  09-23-2008  |  Movies

'September Dawn': Mountain Muddle

This inept film gets a good hate on for Mormons.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Scott Renshaw  |  08-17-2007  |  Reviews

Electric Eden: Unearthing Britain's Visionary Music

Scratch the surface of all that faeries-and-druids stuff that tinges '70s folk-rock, and you'll find some deeply twisted, "Wicker Man"-type weirdness.
Orlando Weekly  |  Jessica Bryce Young  |  07-06-2011  |  Nonfiction