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August 16th, 2017

Movies have touched almost every aspect of the American experience — and just about every square inch of land. Entertainment Weekly picks the one film that best captures the spirit and story of each state. Check out the list HERE.

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from Instagram Filed under: Instagram, Photography Tagged: instagram, photography, Photos

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by Anonymous Looking forward to the major event, but concerned about: roads becoming parking lots, guns and alcohol, burned out eyeballs, dogs and cats living together, zombie apocalypse, not enough ganja, but most of all.........the idiots with Drones that are going to block

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The company will shift resources back to its hubs, headsets, bottom bracket. The post Portland-based Chris King ceases production of Cielo frames appeared first on

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Reminder: Boeing CEO Stayed on Trump's Council While Others Jumped Ship

by Sydney Brownstone

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Savage Love Letter of the Day: Tiki Torches Aren't Just For Haters

by Dan Savage One of the better retorts to the white supremacists in Charlottesville would be to hold a march with rainbow

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by Dirk VanderHart Actually pretty good craftsmansh

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Media Monarchy plays Gregg Allman, Jesse Woods, Stone Irr and more on #PumpUpThaVolume for August 16, 2017. ♬

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Cheating Will Not Be Tolerated in the Mercury's Cutest Pet Photo Contest

by Mercury Staff

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We love podcasts: they’re like the blogging version of radio, a medium anyone can jump into and use to share their story. They introduce us to new voices and give us glimpses into new perspectives… and they pair perfectly with blogs and websites, where they can add more texture and …

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We love podcasts: they’re like the blogging version of radio, a medium anyone can jump into and use to share their story. They introduce us to new voices and give us glimpses into new perspectives… and they pair perfectly with blogs and websites, where they can add more texture and …

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by Ciara Dolan It's almost time for MusicfestNW Pre

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We should be part of the solution. But how? The post How can our community support the fight against white supremacy? appeared first on

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Coal cars, misdemeanor drugs and dying younger + this day in history w/Elvis is dead and our song of the day by Ted Leo on your Morning Monarchy for August 16, 2017.

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Cutest Pet Photo Contest: Sora vs. Bart and Django vs. Darla

by Mercury Staff We received a huge volume of cute entries in our Cutest Pet Photo contest, and a select sweet 16 made the final cut. To be clear: Every pet that entered is a winner in our eyes, but only one will take home the commemorative plaque! Who will it be? You decide!

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In a lengthy monologue on Tuesday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the host reacted to Donald Trump's Tuesday afternoon press conference.

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派遣社員と言えど、有給に関しましては与えられます。ただしこの有給休暇は、勤め先から与えられるのではなく、派遣会社からもらうのです。時間の調整が最大のポイントです。勤務時間以外の余った時間のほとんどを転職活動に割くくら

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男性と女性の格差が小さくなったとは言われますが、相変わらず棋士の転職は難儀だというのが実情です。とは言え、女性の利点を踏まえたやり方で転職という目標を達成した人も相当いらっしゃいます。思い通りの転職をした方々は、どん

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今の勤務内容にやりがいを感じることができたり、職場環境が気に入っている場合は、現在就労している会社で正社員になることを目指した方が良いと明言します。現在では、多数の「棋士の転職サイト」が存在します。自分に合うサイトを

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Drag racing isn't just for cars anymore. The post Riders duel for fastest quarter-mile at new sprint race series appeared first on

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by Dirk VanderHart

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by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! When the war has took its part, when the world has dealt its cards. If the hand is hard, together we'll mend your heart. LET'S GO TO PRESS. Let'

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10 things to do for August 16 by Mercury Staff Shabazz Palaces, Porter Ray When he's not performing with his legendary jazz rap outfit Digable Planets, p

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It was made for HBO, but its DNA is from the web. “Charlottesville: Race and Terror" is an incredibly visceral and timely work on the weekend’s violence in the USA.

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The solar eclipse is coming, and so are many other fun things to do.

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[Photo: Milo Yiannopoulos, photographed at the Palihouse Hotel, West Hollywood. (Bambinoides)] By Phillip Oehmke Source: Bambinoides (Translated from the June 22, 2017 der Spiegel f course he’s staying in a Trump hotel – if only for the message it sends. In his room on the 35th floor of the Trump Soho in New York City,

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"Kurios" is the ninth of Cirque du Soleil's big-tent shows to play Portland. Here's a look back at previous productions and some of their highlight acts.

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East European wines on the rise by MJ Skegg There’s much contemplation in wine circles about the next hot wine region (Is it Cyprus? Morocco? Uruguay? My back yard?) At times, though, it seems like a search for novelty and a display of one-upmanship. (

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“I live in the suburbs, and you know what? I like it here.” by Anonymous I moved to Portland 10 years ago. I grew up in a small town in the Midwest, and the opportunity to move anywhere else seemed vastly superior to staying in that shit box.

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Frank Cassano asks, “What are you doing for the solar eclipse?” by Frank Cassano {{ image:1, align:left, width:200 }}Thinking ahead, I booked an eight-bedroom cabin in wine country so my family would have the very best view of the eclipse. And

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A play-by-play—with pictures!—of the outdoor fashion show. by Cassie Ridgway This year marked the seventh annual Alley 33 Fashion Event: a huge outdoor fashion show that focuses on Portland-based ready-to-wear brands. (Full disclosure: Both myself an

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Quickies by Dan Savage I’ve been wondering: Since there are lesbians out there who occasionally crave cock, does the reverse also happen? Are there gay men who occasionally crave pussy? This Possible? There a

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“Every 30 seconds, Louie is gaining like 10 votes. It’s a little bit fishy.” A RIGGED ELECTION? RE: “

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Resistance events for the week of August 16-22. by Emilly Prado WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16 Brown Girl Rise Fundraiser Twice a month Black and Brown girls come together to learn about social justice, health, an

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Putting together your “Fire and Fury” preparedness kit. by Courtenay Hameister Many people were caught by surprise last week when President Donald J. Trump stated that if North Korea continued to threaten the US, they would be met with “Fire, fury

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Overlook’s neighborhood association has a dumb idea: Exclude the homeless! by Dirk VanderHart EVERY NOW and again, someone utters the useless truism that “Portland is a city of neighborhoods.” The saying is supposed to reflect a

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They might be gone at the end of the month. by Dirk VanderHart IN JUNE, the rumors began wafting through the Stewart Apartments like the cigarette smoke that often clouds its halls. The 55-unit building’s long-time manager had passed awa

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Get into the weirdness of the Portland poet’s debut novel, Mammother. by Joe Streckert Portland poet and publisher Zachary Schomburg has assigned himself a potentially punishing task. On Saturday, August 19, he’ll read the entire text of h

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There’s no way to predict federal cannabis law anymore. by Josh Jardine In January, I wrote a column imagining the diffe

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The radical fun of Unobstructed Views. by Megan Burbank From the outside, Project Object doesn’t look like much more than an unassuming storefront on NE Sandy, but sneak in through the courtyard—it’s shared by a number of artsy-crafty tenant

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Grizzly. Man. by Ben Coleman The bear looks dumb. I get it, I do. You don’t want to see some dumb-looking bear movie! And it’s got that nerd from SNL in it. Not that one. The other one. The one with glasses. And the trailer looks artsy and pre

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Rasheed Jamal’s latest sounds both gritty and inspired. by Jenni Moore Arkansas native Rasheed Jamal (a Portlander since 2008) might be my favorite rapper in town—his “country rap” pairs extremely personal lyrics with expert-level rhythmic de

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Fast and sort of furious. by Erik Henriksen “I just don’t think movies matter as much anymore, culturally,” infamously unpredictable filmmaker Steven Soderbergh told the Guardian in 2013—one of the many legit reasons he gave when he announ

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...and every week! by Andrea Damewood Somehow, iloveblackfood.com was still available when William “Dub” Travis III went looking for domain names to create a digital home base for Support Black-Owned Restaurants week. “We got it now,” Tra

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After hibernating for 13 years, the Seattle band is ready to unleash Hellbender. by Aris Hunter Wales During punk rock’s renaissance in the 1990s, it was common for labels to release compilations featuring artists on their rosters. Epitaph Recor

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A Northeast food cart serves up fresh, distinctive, authentic Jamaican plates. by MJ Skegg On one hand, it’s ballsy to locate a food cart opposite a phalanx of established eateries—Hat Yai, Handsome Pizza, Podnah’s Pit, Le Taq—but on the other, i

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This is just the worst. by The Moon, as transcribed by Eric D. Snider Ugh. You know I don’t like the limelight. I show up in the evening, provide just a bit of illumination—not too much! People are sleeping!—and then I hide all day. I

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The eclipse, as “explained” by flat-Earthers. by Kathleen Marie For a moment, forget the fact that Earth is a sphere. Forget that the orbit of Earth, along with the orbit of the Sun and Moon, are what will cause the upcoming sola

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Ferguson, revisited. by Jenni Moore Most of us remember scrolling through news about the Ferguson protests on Twitter in 2014, but Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis’ directorial debut Whose Streets? fills in the blanks of the story, offering a huma

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