This Too Shall Pass: Portland Pride, Glitter Guns, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Of Course

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by Elinor Jones

Hi everyone, especially those who waved at me at the Pride Parade last weekend. I hope you’re all healing nicely from the lizard-skin sunburns you got from wearing all that mesh clothing. Man, how much does the mesh clothing industry love Pride month? It’s really their time to shine. Probably their only time to shine—mesh is not exactly year-round material. Anyway: news!


Query: How is Donald Trump Still President?

So a few days ago, the president said, right out of … Read More

Trying to correctly create a DCOUNT for unique transaction IDs.

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Trying to correctly create a DCOUNT for unique transaction IDs.

https://i.redd.it/t3tl0wpmo5531.png

I’m stuck. So I have attempted to build a DCOUNT with the objective of telling me how many bins per transaction ID (wireless_trans_audit_hdr). I don’t need to know the bin_ids, just that there are 37 or however many unique bins associated with this transaction ID.

For sake of time, I won’t walk you through the different iterations I have attempted, but most have either resulted in needing a parameter value, invalid bracketing, or lack of an operator. Most of it seems to

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Shop and Sip: Grocery Store Bars

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Shop and Sip: Grocery Store Bars
by Thomas Ross

The Arbor Lodge New Seasons, my go-to grocery store, recently opened an evening beer-and-wine bar in its dining area. This adds to its already perplexing program of live music and DJs, an unnecessary move to introduce more passive bodies to its already famously cramped floor plans. It’s one of those touches of well-meaning chaos that makes New Seasons the most Portland of Portland grocery stores.

Wine and beer tastings in grocery stores are fairly standard, but the full sit-down bar … Read More

This Too Shall Pass: Portland Pride, Glitter Guns, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Of Course

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by Elinor Jones

Hi everyone, especially those who waved at me at the Pride Parade last weekend. I hope you’re all healing nicely from the lizard-skin sunburns you got from wearing all that mesh clothing. Man, how much does the mesh clothing industry love Pride month? It’s really their time to shine. Probably their only time to shine—mesh is not exactly year-round material. Anyway: news!


Query: How is Donald Trump Still President?

So a few days ago, the president said, right out of … Read More

Trying to correctly create a DCOUNT for unique transaction IDs.

Best Microsoft Access Programmer Portland OR

Trying to correctly create a DCOUNT for unique transaction IDs.

https://i.redd.it/t3tl0wpmo5531.png

I’m stuck. So I have attempted to build a DCOUNT with the objective of telling me how many bins per transaction ID (wireless_trans_audit_hdr). I don’t need to know the bin_ids, just that there are 37 or however many unique bins associated with this transaction ID.

For sake of time, I won’t walk you through the different iterations I have attempted, but most have either resulted in needing a parameter value, invalid bracketing, or lack of an operator. Most of it seems to

Read More

Pulver Maar Review: New Bizarre Poems from Zachary Schomburg

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Zachary Schomburg’s new poetry book is like a “B-sides and rarities” collection of his latest work.

by Joshua James Amberson

Early in Pulver Maar, Zachary Schomburg tells the story of Wanda, who found a disembodied arm at the top of a mountain and “took out an ad in the newspaper./Whose arm? read the ad above a photograph/Wanda took of the arm. She wrote a song about it/on the piano, and sang the song out of her windows/every day. No one responded. No … Read More

Thinking of Our Future: Low-Calorie Craft Beer

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The future of day drinking is light beer.

by Suzette Smith

Listen—we’re not getting any younger and we all drink like monsters. I’m not suggesting we drink less, though. I’m just suggesting we drink lighter.

Not only is low-cal beer lighter on calories, but there’s also less alcohol by volume (ABV), so we can drink more for longer with less taking off our shirts and demanding people make good on imaginary debts.

Most of the big, brand-name beers have a light … Read More

Meet Portland’s New Comics Festival: Portland Indie Con

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Welcome to the comics scene, Portland Indie Con – Hope you survive the experience!

by Suzette Smith

After the absorption of the Stumptown Comics Fest into the larger Rose City Comic Con in 2013, and the fizzling out of the small press comics show Linework after 2016, Portland’s comics scene found itself curiously lacking a mid-sized comics fest.

“We identified a hole,” says Portland Indie Con founder David W. Edwards. “Given the amount of self-published and small-press artists that live here, we thought … Read More

Thinking of Our Future: Low-Calorie Craft Beer

Best Microsoft Access Programmer Portland OR

The future of day drinking is light beer.

by Suzette Smith

Listen—we’re not getting any younger and we all drink like monsters. I’m not suggesting we drink less, though. I’m just suggesting we drink lighter.

Not only is low-cal beer lighter on calories, but there’s also less alcohol by volume (ABV), so we can drink more for longer with less taking off our shirts and demanding people make good on imaginary debts.

Most of the big, brand-name beers have a light … Read More

Pot and Pride, All Year Round

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As Portland Pride festivities wrap up, there’s still plenty of ways to celebrate LGBTQ+ awareness through weed.

by Josh Jardine

While Portland’s Pride celebrations have mostly wrapped up, Pride Month continues all the way through the end of June. It’s a month chosen to commemorate the Stonewall Riots of 1969, but 50 years later, Pride Month has grown to draw attention to the many concerns facing LGBTQ+ communities, including safety, housing and employment discrimination, and a multitude of other threats our current dystopian … Read More

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