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July 18th, 2012 WW Culture Staff | Headout
 

Headout: Jaws of Deceit

Why can’t anyone tell Bruce Wayne is Batman? Try identifying the Batmen by chin alone.

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THURSDAY JULY 19

THEATRE WITHOUT ANIMALS
[THEATER] French absurdist playwright Jean-Michel Ribes’ work has been translated into 12 different languages—but until Brooke Budy came along, never into English. Now, Factory Theatre stages Budy’s English-language premiere of Ribes’ series of eight short absurdist pieces, which examine ridiculousness in our relationships. CoHo Theater, 2257 NW Raleigh St., 220-2646, cohoproductions.org. 7:30 pm Thursdays-Saturdays. $10-$15.


FRIDAY JULY 20

CATHEDRAL PARK JAZZ FESTIVAL
[MUSIC] A 32-year-old tradition continues in the lovely St. Johns neighborhood, kicking off tonight with performances from Pink Martini’s Martin Zarzar, Superjazzers and more. Cathedral Park, North Edison Street and Pittsburg Avenue. 5 pm. Free. All ages. Continues through Sunday, see cpjazz.com.

PDX POP NOW!
[MUSIC] You want to know what’s going on in Portland music? This free, three-day local pop marathon is your chance to dig in. Refuge, 116 SE Yamhill St. 6 pm. Free. All ages. Continues through Sunday, see pdxpopnow.com.


SATURDAY JULY 21

POSSESSION
[MOVIES] Sure, you could spend the weekend standing in line for The Dark Knight Rises, or you could go see this intensely strange 1981 exercise in Cronenbergian horror from Polish director Andrzej Zulawski, starring a young, crazy-eyed Sam Neill and a totally unhinged Isabelle Adjani as a woman fallen into demonic lust with a creature resembling an oozing, anthropomorphic squid. Your call. Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd., 493-1128, hollywoodtheatre.org. 9:30 pm Saturday-Sunday, July 21-22. 

TOMATO BATTLE
[FOOD FIGHT] Tomatoes are the weapon of choice for hecklers for good, squishy, reason. With 80,000 pounds of the tomato at your disposal, 3,000 willing participants and a beer garden, this food fight should satisfy even the crankiest troll. MacTarnahan’s Taproom, 2730 NW 31st Ave., tomatobattle.com/portland. Noon-7 pm. $49.99.

KENNY & ZUKE’S 2ND ANNUAL PICKLEFEST
[PICKLES] Last year, Kenny & Zuke’s held a pickle-making contest among local chefs, and the amount of people who showed up to taste the fruits of their labor was insane. This year, the deli is turning it into a full-blown Picklestock. In addition to sampling the submissions from this year’s contestants, attendees can taste pickles from local companies, eat barbecue and listen to live music. Pickle on, Portland, pickle on. Wallace Park, Northwest 25th and Raleigh. Noon-6 pm Saturday, July 21. Free. $7 to taste the pickle samples, barbecue costs extra.
 
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