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Radiation City just made their Kickstarter goal—the Portland quintet has been raising funds to record their next album, which they'll lay to tape with the illustrious John Vanderslice at

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Radiation City just made their Kickstarter goal—the Portland quintet ha

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You know i did it all for you. You see the toll the stress takes, the creases at the corners of my eyes, the gray strands in my hair; my hair thinning on top. He was still strong. You can still count on me to protect you. Don't be scared I'm always home. [

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Married men and their wives beware! That waitress is so desperate to get married that she professed her love to a married man, one of her patrons, and attempted to rent an apartment with him! She is uneducated, has a dead end job and is not attractive so she will go to any means to ruin other's lives. She needs to learn

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Portland is too white? What contrived B.S. that is! Fried chicken, corn bread and watermelon should not be considered offensive to anyone. It is part of the African-American culture whether some mocked it or not in the past - they still eat and enjoy that food. It's real food and nutritious that all ethnic groups enjoy e

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MUSIC—Formerly the star trombonist for New Orleans' famed Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Big Sam Williams struck out on his own to form Big Sam's F

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Just wanted to make sure all of us border invaders are not painted with a braod stroke. We may have a thing to learn about Goey dux and Sasquatches but the good news is we know sunshine. And we will not slow you down on the freeway! So next time you want to complain remember- everybody comes from somewhere!

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EMA looks into the future and takes on social media. by Joshua James Amberson "THE LAST RECORD was pretty critically acclaimed across the board," says Erika M. Anderson. "B

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Yipes! Burger Week ends this Sunday! [ Subscribe to the comments on this story

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There will be a test. by Josh Jardine IIF YOU'VE VISITED a medical marijuana dispensary in Oregon, or if you've checked out the recently opened recreatio

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An excerpt from local author Chelsea Cain's new thriller. by Chelsea Cain Local author Chelsea Cain writes white-knuckled, pulpy thrillers that ar

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Combat Paper comes to Fashioning Cascadia. by Marjorie Skinner ROUNDING OUT what has been a long and stimulating summer for Fashioning Cascadia—the Museum

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Ex-Cult goes beyond Sun and Stax. by Matthew W. Sullivan MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE's place in the annals of rock history is impossible to overstate, from Sun to Stax, from Elvis to

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Son of a Biscuit's chicken and biscuits are worth crowing about—but little else takes flight. by Andrea Damewood THE HEADLINE I read early this year, "Micah Camden t

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Twillerama's diamonds in the rough. by Jenna Lechner IF YOU'RE CURIOUS what a retirement home for penises might look like, you're in luck. If you're curious what a pen

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Death looms in John Michael McDonagh's Calvary. by Erik Henriksen FATHER JAMES LAVELLE (Brendan Gleeson) is in his confessional when he learns he's going to be killed.

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Citizen panel, in rare vote, seeks more punishment for cop who pepper sprayed campers. by Denis C. Theriault POLICE COMMANDERS reviewing the chaotic aftermath of a homeless c

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Another Multnomah County emergency official leaves under a cloud. by Dirk VanderHart MULTNOMAH COUNTY quietly jettisoned its top emergency planner last month—amid complaint

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We be jammin'. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13 MUSIC—Formerly the star trombonist for New Orleans' famed Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Big Sam Williams struck out on

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Yay! A new villain to add to One Day's "Hall of Monsters!" by Ann Romano MONDAY, AUGUST 4Welcome back to our continuing breathless coverage of the impending Jay

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This week: Pink Flamingos, Dog Day Afternoon, and a benefit screening of Serenity. by Mercury Staff Alive Inside Perhaps you re

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Stand-up comedy blew up, now it's improv's turn. by Temple Lentz COMEDY IS BUSTING OUT all over town these days, and the latest addition to the scene is this weekend's Stu

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Landlady makes musical panoramas. by Ryan J. Prado ADAM SCHATZ—the keyboardist, frontman, and lead raconteur for New York psych-art rockers Landlady—is in a cab in Manha

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What If: Baby Wizard makes good. by Elinor Jones THE LAZILY TITLED, unoriginally plotted new romantic comedy What If could easily be dismissed by a movie-going

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LA Weekly film critic Amy Nicholson takes a long, hard look at the career and craft of Tom Cruise. by Erik Henriksen "THIS IS A FUN, funny action movie with science-fi

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The Fred Meyer is unfriendly and poorly stocked, the lights at the crosswalk take forever to change, the MAX station is post-apocalyptic, the smoke shop doesn't give out matches, the dentists at Gentle Dental are incompetent, and the Panda Express isn't very good. You better watch it: if there's one thing wrong with th

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God! In the three years I have lived in Portland, I've gained like 20 pounds. I'm disgusted. Too many Portland indulgences. Too much beer. Too much rich food. Too much sitting on my ass in front of Netflix. Smoking pot and late-night munchies. Eating a fucking pint of ice cream! Not enough quality sleep. Not enou

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FACT: Under Bush, Government spending went from 2 trillion in 2002 to approximately 3.5 trillion at the end of his presidency. Under Obama, spending has gone from 3.5 trillion to approximately 3.7 trillion. Regardless, Obama gets all the credit for Bush's drunken sailor spending habits. FACT: Obama inherited Bush's defic

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If Liam Ridgewell is as comfortable anchoring the Timbers' back line as he is in his own skin, the 30-year-old might be just the de

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LIKE A VILLAIN, TENDER FOREVER, ARRINGTON DE DIONYSO'S SONGS OF PSYCHIC FIRE(Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi)

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