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by Mercury Staff Blowpony! Portland's premier queer-centric dance extravaganza returns for a Thanksgiving weekend installment at the Bossanova Ballroom, featuring headlining performances by Rica

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by Mercury Staff Why in the world would you submit yourself to the soul-destroying whirlwind of humanity and commerce that is "Black Friday," when you could instead do fun things this weekend. It's not as if you can't buy gifts all month long. You don't need

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by Ned Lannamann Sundazed MusicRecord Store Day happens every April, but it’s a holiday so nice, the

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by Dan Savage This is gayer than anything I've ever done. And my gayest-thing-ever-seen-or-done bar is set pretty damn high. Watch: An anti-gay hate group opened their poorly attended #Teens4Truth conference in Texas earlier this week with th

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The band led by ex-Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward, Day of Errors, cancel tour due to his heart condition. by Dave Segal

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With Native Invader, Tori Amos Interweaves Politics and Mythology

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by Dirk VanderHart Jason Desomer Ever since screens

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Buds Without Borders Aims to Help Cannabis Farms in California

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Good Morning, News: Net Neutrality's Repeal, Trump Sides With Accused Child Molester, and Uber is the Worst... AGAIN

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9 things to do for November 22 by Mercury Staff Tori Amos Renowned singer/songwriter Tori Amos brings her mezzo-soprano vocal range and classically trained piano chops th

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It’s a deep cut. by Andrew Wright Much like death and taxes, the shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho simply is—an immutable, brilliantly cruel sequence that forever diminished Hollywood’s standard rubber monsters and broug

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey 1. A Gift Certificate to Wailua Shave Ice Those who’ve visited the islands of Hawaii already know that shav

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Sam Rockwell... well, rocks in Martin McDonagh’s latest. by Marc Mohan Let’s talk about Sam Rockwell for a minute. There’s a lot of other talent in the awkwardly, memorably titled Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. France

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Ciara Dolan 1. Charles Bradley, No Time for Dreaming  Charles Bradley died in September and it broke my heart into a millio

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Hand2Mouth Has Devised a Generous, Subtly Funny Play About Cults by Megan Burbank “Did I miss something?” a man asked me as I walked out of Hand2Mouth’s Psychic Utopia at New Expressive Works. Whatever the reason for his disruption—genuine

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Megan Burbank 1. NW Dance Project Flex Card After years of running and avoiding cross-training, I started taking ballet last spring

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Intisar Abioto’s latest exhibition affirms Portland’s diverse Black community. by Jenni Moore Photographer, dancer, and writer Intisar Abioto is a Tennessee native who moved to Portland in 2010 with her mother and sisters (one of whom is sing

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Doug Brown 1. A Lindsey Horan/Portland Thorns Jersey  Fresh off a National Women’s Soccer League Championship, it’s time for me

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Officials and advocates are attempting to make the criminal justice system less terrible. by Doug Brown A REPORT RELEASED by Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) last March made it abundantly clear: The Multnomah Coun

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Andrea Damewood 1. Gamay Club Subscription Who’s the leader of a club that’s made for you and me? W-I-N-E! Please sign me up for

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An ode to Portland’s best potato dishes. by Thomas Ross I love potatoes. My favorite potato is the most common, basic, and boring: the Russet Burbank. A raw russet potato looks like a child’s art project if the child hated art. A bak

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Jenni Moore 1. Earrings by Amaree & Reese Owner and jewelry-maker Risa Regory’s passion for handcrafted metal earrings is apparent

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“Fuck the sharing economy. Kick out Uber and Airbnb.” IF YOU HAVE TO ASK... RE: “

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Josh Jardine 1. Classes from Sativa Science Club I talk about cannabis a “great deal”—which is a polite way of saying “too f

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Mercury Staff Every holiday season, you’re forced to buy gifts for people you don’t even like—and that’s BULLSHIT! You should only be spending your h

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Erik Henriksen 1. The Art and Soul of Blade Runner: 2049 by Tonya Lapointe and The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi by Phil Szostak

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Finally, a children’s film about a bunch of dead people! by Jenni Moore Coco, the new Pixar film that’s set in Mexico during Dia de los Muertos, handles the subject of death with humor, lightness, and depth. The “Coco” in questi

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It’s the Mercury staff wish list—and we’re very greedy. by Ned Lannamann 1. Dead Moon: The Book On November 9, legendary Oregon musician Fred Cole passed away at age 69. Cole and his wife, To

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That’s when something finally happens in Jennifer Egan’s new book. by Rich Smith Jennifer Egan won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award for a collection of linked short stories called A Visit from the Goon Squad

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The automatic gratuity: why and when some restaurants choose how much you tip. by Chad Walsh Welcome back to the Waiting Game, my monthly column where I try to explain why restaurants implement policies that can confuse and irritate the dining public. Up

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