THURSDAY NOV. 27
THANKSGIVING AT DAD’S
[SOLACE] Right after your volunteer shift
at City Team Ministries, hop across the street to My Father’s
Place—family to everyone, whether old, drun
Timothy Scott Dalbow
[ART] Timothy Scott Dalbow is one of the most dedicated and talented painters in the Northwest. If your memory stretches back to the days of now-defunct galleries Haze and New American Art Union, you’ll recall Dalbow’s scrumptious, compositionally sophisticated oil paintings, which have also been exhibited in group shows ...
IT’S HIGH TIME, TOO: Well, that didn’t take long. Barely two weeks after Oregon voted to legalize marijuana, Portland is scheduled to host the state’s first Cannabis Cup in July 2015. High Times
WEDNESDAY NOV. 19
[PSYCH-POP] Bazaar, the second
album in two years from Portland’s house-show heroes made good, is very
much a sequel to the band’s 2013 Polyvinyl debut. But
Click on map for larger version:1. Big Bottom Whiskey
21420 NW Nicholas Court, Hillsboro, 608-7816, bigbottomwhiskey.com.
2. Bull Run Distilling Co.
2259 NW Quimby St., 224-3483, bullrundistiller
[COMEDY] A comic’s comic, Todd Barry is a veteran standup with a soft delivery who can read loan documents and make them sound hilarious. He’s so good, he can come to a gig without any actual jokes, and he has some of the best crowd work out there. Mississippi Studios, 3939...More
TINY CASKET: Following last week’s announcement that 10 Barrel Brewing has been sold to Anheuser-Busch,
a Beaverton group called Sell Out and Die decided to hold an online
funeral Nov. 11 for th
WEDNESDAY NOV. 12
MOTHER OF ALL STORMS RELEASE
[BEER] Pelican Brewing’s annual
barrel-aged barleywine is a hot commodity. At this tasting, not only can
you guarantee yourself a taste of the
[MOVIES] The documentary Harmontown, a sort of video diary about Community creator Dan Harmon and his cross-country podcast tour, is all self-obsessed grandeur. But it’s also a portrait of a creative force who honestly cares about forging a connection with an audience that’s followed him from The Sarah Silverman Pro...More
Akihiko Miyoshi: Pigment Migrations & Suspended Refraction
[ART] Akihiko Miyoshi’s inkjet prints have a deliciously low-fi appeal. With their garishly colored lines, squares and spirals, they look like a screen save from a 1980s video game. Miyoshi likes playing in the gray area where current and retro technologies intersect: the place i...