32 Things You Probably Won’t Go To

6 Thursday

Diane Remick, Joe Thurston

Mark Woolley Gallery, 120 N.W. Ninth, 503-224-5475, 6 p.m., all ages, markwoolley.com

Oil and canvas never looked so inspiring.

Darediablo, Dutch Flat

Tonic Lounge, 3100 N.E. Sandy, 9 p.m., $5

If you want to lick a fish pop or just find out what I’m talking about, visit their Web site: darediablo.com

Further Seems Forever, Zao, Armor For Sleep, Beloved

Nocturnal, 7 p.m., $12 advanced, all ages

Forget about your responsibilities for one night and take in a concert with the tween crowd.


Lucinda Parker, Jay Backstrand

The Laura Russo Gallery, 805 N.W. 21st, 503-226-2754, 5 p.m., all ages

The energetic and historical showcased in one night: can you handle it?

Cognitive Processes Instruction

PSU, Smith Memorial Union 236, 3 p.m., all ages

Warning: This is an audience participation event, so bring your thinking caps!

The Lewis & Clark “Corps of Discovery”

Bonnie Kahn’s Wild West Gallery, 1524 N.W. 23rd Ave., 503-293-9414, 6 p.m., bonniekahngallery.com

Native American art and wine tasting. Nice.

“Zelda, Scott, and Ernest”

George Plimpton, Norman Mailer, Norris Church Mailer

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 7:30 p.m., $30 gen. admission, all ages

This one is for all the English majors out there! And everyone else who thinks that Plimpton is a funny name.

“Passing Resemblance”

Heidi Schwegler

Pushdot Studio, 830 N.W. 14th, 503-224-5925, 6 p.m., FREE

Heidi is displaying her photographs, which include a collection of images of her as a doll. Scary.

Matthew Cosby, Kari Djuve, Ingrid Hendrix

Marghitta Feldman Gallery, 1102 N.W. Marshall St., 503-228-0089, 6 p.m., marghittafeldmangallery.com

Through oil, wood and ceramic, the colors that these artist use will truly captivate you.

Foghorn String Band: Old-time American Music

Lincoln Hall 75, 503-725-9504, Noon, FREE, all ages

And you thought a foghorn wasn’t a real instrument.



Covered, Hollywood Harems

Feminist Film Series, Multicultural Center, Smith 228, 503-725-5672, Noon, FREE, all ages

What would you rather do: Listen to a preacher in the square or watch a documentary on the uses of a veil by women in Egypt? I seriously need to get a car.

William Jenks

The Old Church, 1422 S.W. 11th Ave, 7:30 p.m., $10 student w/ ID, oldchurch.org

Forget the paper that you have to write! Come listen to this solo guitar performance.

“The Making of Mozart”

Carlos Kalmar, Conductor

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 8 p.m., $14 +, all ages

A performance with actors and musicians re-enacting the relationship between Mozart and his father. Freud would have had a field day with this one.

“The Humperdink Family Reunion

Jane Hallal and Kick the Squirrel

Hollywood Theatre, 9 p.m., $10, seebigbelly.com

This one-woman improvisational show is going to be hilarious! All those with six fingers on your right hand, beware!

“La Dolce Vita”

PSU, Smith Memorial Student Union, 503-725-4949, 8 a.m., $5 student

This series of seminars is sure to make you want to pack your bags and study abroad!



Killing Joke, Amen

Berbati’s Pan, 9:30 p.m., $15, 21+

Lets hope that the name of the band isn’t also a review of their talent.

Nashville Pussy, Peter Pan Speedrock, Blackout Radio

Dante’s, 9:30 p.m., $10 advanced, 21+

Well, I’m guessing that the band isn’t named after a family pet in Tennessee.


Aladdin Theater, 8 p.m., $12 advanced, all ages

This concert is being held to promote their new album, Astor in Paris.

Cindy Lou Banks

Music Millennium N.W., 5 p.m., FREE

Strap on the chaps and grab a piece of ha y … here comes Cindy Lou Banks, straight from the country backroads.


Keller Auditorium, 7:30 p.m., $30+, all ages

I love love stories! Hopefully you’ll have more success dragging your significant other along than I will.




Ron Osborne

Harvey’s Comedy Club, 8 p.m., $10 cover, 21+

Hey, I think I saw this guy in a commercial once. Weird.

North Mississippi Allstars

Music Millennium N.W., 3 p.m., FREE

Truly a multi-generational band. No, really; the band’s mentor is 96 years old.

Robert Roux

PSU, Lincoln Recital Hall, 4 p.m., $6 student

Piano! Piano! Piano!



LILYS, Alaska

Berbati’s Pan, 9:30 p.m., 21+

Indie rock can’t be killed.

Straylight Run, The New Amsterdams, Murder By Numbers, Jamison-Parker

The Meow Meow, 7 p.m., $10 advanced, all ages

What would Monday night be without another rock concert? Boring.

Dave Eggers

Aladdin Theater, 7 p.m., $12, writearound.org

Write Around Portland (WRAP) is presenting another fun-filled evening full of excitement. Uh, huh.



Lillix, Northern State, Brassy, The Start, Lennon

The Meow Meow, 7 p.m., $12 advanced, all ages

These five bands are a part of the Girlz Garage Tour. You’d better hurry before the concert is sold out. Right …

Arbor Circle

Music Millennium N.W., 6 p.m., FREE, all ages

Like Dave Matthews? You’ll probably like Arbor Circle too!

Michelle Malone & The Low-Down Georgia Review

Music Millennium N.W., 3 p.m., FREE, all ages

Get out of class early and go to this free concert! I mean it!



“A Splash of Brass”

Oregon Symphony, 921 S.W. Washington, 503-228-4294, 6 p.m., $12 general ad.

Come for the beer and pizza and stay for the music!

Mindless Self Indulgence

Aladdin Theater, 10 p.m., $15 adv., all ages

Punk rockers with A.D.D.; you’ll have to drink lots of coffee to stay in step with these guys.

Robyn Hitchcock

Music Millennium N.W., 4:30 p.m., FREE, all ages

Try to convince yourself that you need a study break. It’ll be hard, I know.

– The Calendar Girl