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Thumbnail for - Top Things to Do This Weekend: Jan 15–18
Jan 15, 2015
EDITOR'S PICKS
Reels from the "real" Homer Simpson, Michael Chabon's comic book escapades, crazy British theatre, and Dirty Dancing on stage—it's all in PDX this weekend!
Thumbnail for - Review: The Decemberists’ 'What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World'
Jan 15, 2015
MUSIC
The local indie kings return from a four-year absence with an infectious, eclectic album that reveals a band all grown up. Out Jan 20
Thumbnail for - Homer Groening: The Legend, the Father, the Simpson
Jan 13, 2015
FILM
The father of Simpsons creator Matt Groening was a filmmaker in his own right, as shown in this retrospective with Matt in attendance on Jan 17.
Thumbnail for - Author Michael Chabon Talks Comic Books and Songwriting
Jan 13, 2015
BOOKS & TALKS
The Pulitzer-winning author of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay spills the details on his collaboration with Portland comic czar Matt Fraction and British super-producer Mark Ronson in...
Thumbnail for - Oregon Book Awards Finalists Announced
Jan 12, 2015
BOOKS & TALKS
Books about the End Times, the wonders of soil, PTSD fever dreams, and more top the list.
Thumbnail for - Party Like It's 1848—The Original Oregon Trail Game is Back
Jan 8, 2015
VIDEO GAMES
We tick off the 5 things we can’t wait to revisit on the newly re-released computer classic
Thumbnail for - Top Things to Do This Weekend: Jan 9–11
Jan 8, 2015
EDITOR'S PICKS
First Thursday gets some sun, non-holiday plays finally begin to open at local theaters, and the Crystal Ballroom celebrates 101 years with a free star-studded day, including music by Thomas...
Thumbnail for - Zombies in Space: Daniel Wilson’s Killer Sci-Fi Game App
Jan 7, 2015
VIDEO GAMES
The best-selling local author's new game about surviving virus-infected zombies in space uses voice recognition. It’s called 'Mayday: Deep Space' and it’s out today.
Thumbnail for - How to Bend Light
Jan 6, 2015
ARCHITECTURE
Architect and thinker Nancy Cheng reveals how sheet materials can be cut, creased, or crimped to generate lighting effects that change with the sun's movement.
Thumbnail for - Portland Monthly's Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014
Dec 31, 2014
THE YEAR IN REVIEW
From a "store" full of 100% free stuff to the baby from Labyrinth, we take a look back at the stories you loved most this year.
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