Your Socially Distanced Weekend Guide: Mushroom Season, Record Store Day, and Other Safe Things To Do IRL in Portland

by Mercury EverOut Staff Record Store Day returns this Saturday with a slew of special releases at local shops like Jackpot (which is also a good place to pay tribute to Elliott Smith on the anniversary of his death). Jackpot Records via Facebook EverOut is The Mercury’s new website devoted to things to do in…

Good Afternoon, News: Oregon Smashes COVID Record, Portland’s Weird Political Ads, and Trump “Takes Care” of Kidnapped Children

by Wm. Steven Humphrey Just one of the WEIRDEST political ads you’ll find in your mailbox. From “No on Measure 26-218” flyer Here’s your daily roundup of all the latest local and national news. (Like our coverage? Please consider making a recurring contribution to the Mercury to keep it comin’!) • Oregon hit a new…

Don’t move in with her

by Anonymous Cupcake, she’s got you thinking of yourself as the only one who will never betray her. I love seeing you happy but that’s not a good sign. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] Top Featured Tags: – Oregon NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Good Afternoon, News: Cop Union Defends Indefensible Cop, One More (Unnecessary) Debate, and Crybaby Trump Strikes Again!

by Wm. Steven Humphrey He literally cannot do anything right. Courtesy CBS Here’s your daily roundup of all the latest local and national news. (Like our coverage? Please consider making a recurring contribution to the Mercury to keep it comin’!) • Before we start, I have a serious question for Trump supporters: How in the WORLD…

How to be Popular

by Anonymous What happened to that fabulously attractive pro-cop billboard? Oh, yeah, it burned down. I have a little tip for cops wanting to be more popular: be respectful, efficient, honest and honorable. And if the public and the city government think you deserve a pay cut, you take it and try to prove you…

The Best Movies to Stream & Watch in Portland Theaters This Weekend

by Mercury EverOut Staff Cycling is seen as a tool for social change in the long-running Bicycle Film Festival, presenting an international selection of three short film programs online this weekend. Peter Gerard EverOut is The Mercury’s new website devoted to things to do in Portland and across the Pacific Northwest. It has all the…

Good Afternoon, News: Hardesty Speaks Out on Mondainé, Cop Budget on Chopping Block, and Rudy Gets Burned by Borat

by Wm. Steven Humphrey Rudy Giuliani is the latest deserving victim of Sacha Baron Cohen. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Here’s your daily roundup of all the latest local and national news. (Like our coverage? Please consider making a recurring contribution to the Mercury to keep it comin’!) • Former NAACP president and Portland city councilperson Jo Ann…

Your Guide to Haunted Houses & Attractions in Portland

by Mercury EverOut Staff The ghouls are out at Canby’s Davis Cemetery, which is one of the attractions you can drive through at the Clackamas County Scare Fair every weekend through November 1. Chris Davis via Facebook EverOut is The Mercury’s new website devoted to things to do in Portland and across the Pacific Northwest.…

The Mercury’s 2020 General Election Cheat Sheet

by Mercury Election Strike Force MERCURY STAFF As of today (October 21), 29 percent of Multnomah County voters have already turned in their ballots! If you’re one of the 71 percent who still need to vote, we’re here to help with our handy election cheat sheet. It should help you out with most of the…

Good Afternoon, News: Trump Taking Wild Swings, NAACP’s Mondainé Resigns, and Harvey Scott Statue Toppled (For Good Reason)

by Wm. Steven Humphrey Following sexual abuse allegations, local NAACP president E.D. Mondainé has resigned his post. Gov. Brown’s Office Here’s your daily roundup of all the latest local and national news. (Like our coverage? Please consider making a recurring contribution to the Mercury to keep it comin’!) • Last night on Mount Tabor, the…

Mayor Wheeler Skips Police Reforms in Fall Budget Adjustments

by Alex Zielinski {{ image:1 }} The police reform promises touted by Mayor Ted Wheeler as integral to creating—and passing—the city’s annual budget in June have taken the backseat in his latest budget adjustments. On Tuesday, Portland City Council met to kick off the annual fall budget monitoring process (or “Fall BMP”), a time for…

Legislation From Merkley Would End Gas-Powered New Car Sales by 2035

by Blair Stenvick Westend61 / Getty images If a new political effort led by Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley is successful, gas-powered cars could soon start to disappear from our streets. New legislation introduced to the United States Senate by Merkley on Tuesday would require that beginning in 2035, all new cars sold will produce zero…

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