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by MJ Skegg Oregon Wine Month is nigh upon us (that’s May, if you're not sure) and the corks will be popping all over wine country for special events and promotions. There are options though for the non-peripatetic who don’t want to leave town. Restaurants

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by Bobby Roberts A Tribute to Erykah BaduTonight's tribute to Erykah Badu promises to flood your senses with interpretations of the visionary artist's neo-soul. Local musicians w

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by Dirk VanderHart The City of Portland will spend

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by Rob Simonsen This is now Portland’s series to lose. After game four it was announced Chris Paul

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by the Mercury Endorsement Strike Force LEO ZAROSINSKI IF YOU'RE STILL

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by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! Oh she is not born like other girls, but I know how to conceive her. Oh she may not look like other girls, but she's a snarl tooth seether. LET'S GO TO

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by Anonymous Yes, I was standing in the middle of Interstate Avenue this morning. Yes, I was preventing you from getting somewhere. Maybe you were even on the clock. Did you notice the woman on the street with me? Did you use your Uber-advanced skills of perception to see that

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by Abe Asher Craig Mitchelldyer/Portland Timbers After a well-deserved week off, the Timbers are

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Of cupcakes, feminists, moto babes, and clothing swaps. by Elizabeth Mollo THERE ARE MANY style events coming at ya in May, so let's just dive right in: Los Angeles-based blogger/designer Emily Schuman has just released a new collect

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The US Department of Justice finally dismissed its own long-standing lawsuit. by Vince Sliwoski DID THE FEDS just give up on enforcement actions against state medical marijuana programs? Yes, they did. They threw in the towel

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Hollywood to mothers: Eat shit! You're welcome! by Elinor Jones MOTHER'S DAY is from the same people who punished us with New Year's Eve and Valentine's Day. It's packaged as a thank-you card to moms, which makes me wonder: Go

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I Know What I'm Doing covers Joan Rivers, divorce, and life on the comedy circuit. by Megan Burbank "IF I WROTE a joke about having had a broken leg one time and I performed it," writes comedian Jen Kirkman via email, "would people l

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But that doesn't mean they have to like it. by Doug Brown Seven volunteers on a Portland police oversight committee took their seats as scheduled last Wednesday evening. City staffers were also there, as was a man appealing the Portland Police Bur

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Mo Troper's new album, Beloved, is a pop confessional. by Andrew R Tonry "WHEN I WAS YOUNGER I wanted to be famous," says Mo Troper. "When I was a kid that's what I wanted to do: I wanted to be in a famous band." Perhaps it's no won

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Jules Bailey says a controversial police policy is on the way out. Is he right? by Dirk VanderHart NO ISSUE in this mayoral election has bedeviled candidate Jules Bailey more than the 48-hour rule, the contract provision giving Portl

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Here's your cheat sheet for May's most important races. by the Mercury Endorsement Strike Force CITY OF PORTLAND MAYOR: Sarah Iannarone CITY COMMISSIONER, POSITION 1: Amanda Fritz CITY COMMISSIONER, POS

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(Expensive) Affordable Housing, and a Homelessness Throwdown by Mercury staff (Expensive) affordable housing! Homelessness throwdown! AS THE CITY'S housing crisis worsens, the Portland Housing Bureau is unleashing a fire hose of pub

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The finest from the Eastside's fanciest new market, Providore Fine Foods. by Andrea Damewood PINE STREET MARKET, that new fancy food hall with nine stalls from Portland's heavy-hitting restaurants, is now open for business. But the Eastside hasn't

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Portland's best places to get your goat. by Heather Arndt Anderson GO AHEAD, admit it: You've wondered how those cute little goats in Lents would taste in a tortilla or a curry. Well, wonder no more! Finding good places to eat the flesh of the Hor

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Is Beyoncé the victim of "Napoleon Dynamite Syndrome"? by Ian Karmel I DIDN'T SEE Napoleon Dynamite when it was in theaters, but I was in high school when it came out, so I didn't need to see it in theaters—or at all. The mania cam

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Justin Tussing's roadie chronicles by Sarah Meyer JUSTIN TUSSING'S cinematic, Almost Famous-esque second novel, Vexation Lullaby, offers a split narrative revolving around Jimmy Cross, an aging iconoclast and "statue begging to be to

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Theatre Vertigo's Got Some Answers by Katie Pelletier A GUILTY PLEASURE of mine after a long day is to flip through television programs while browsing something like Facebook or Instagram, limited only by the number of screens I can assemble. Thea

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by Dirk VanderHart For something like the fifth time, local activist and city council candidate Sara Long interrupted a mayoral forum tonight, this one hosted by the National Association of Minority Contractors of Oregon. At past events, Long has protested the exclusio

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