Attention men and women seeking truthers: As you know, it can be rough finding a mate who shares your anti-vaxx mentality and distrust of lizard people.But for you—a conspiracy theorist looking for love—the internet provides., Radiohead dropped something that, among music and film nerds, had been rumored to exist for a while—a new music video directed by none other than Paul Thomas Anderson. Radiohead and/or Paul Thomas Anderson sent out 35mm prints of "Daydreaming" to some of America's best independent movie theaters—Chicago's Music Box Theatre, Los Angeles' New Beverly, Austin's Alamo Drafthouse, and, yes, Portland's Hollywood Theatre. Which reminds me: If you want to check out this awesomeness this weekend, getting tickets in advance is probably a pretty smart idea.Awake Dating is a website for people who have " 'woken' from the fantastic false dream carefully crafted for the 'consumer'." THANK GOD.Read more about it—including an interview with Awake Dating's founder—here. There's a whole summer of singles events ahead including Portland Bike Party on June 13 with Pedalpalooza.
Previews are fine, but there's something remarkable about going to see an awesome movie but also seeing other, shorter bits of awesomeness beforehand.
British playboy: Billy Thomas is said to be behind JDI Dating which was fined in the US for using 'virtual cupids' to lure singles into signing up for paid subscriptions - something the site continues to do Last month the firm paid nearly £400,000 to settle a case in the US brought by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for allegedly using 'virtual Cupids' to encourage internet users to sign up to a website.
Just in case that doesn't work out..are some other options for single Portlanders. Want to read other Portlander's miserable/wonderful dating stories?
Joann Schinderle and Barbra Holm, two of the lovely and hilarious ladies who answered our questions for our story on Portland dating, are hosting a night of podcasted live speed dating with special guest Shane Torres!
he coolest, dorkiest, sexiest, and most indelible celebrity power couple of the ’90s reached the zenith of its “It”-ness on December 8, 1999, at a movie premiere held at the Mann Village Theatre in Westwood, Los Angeles.For Paul Thomas Anderson, it was the first public unveiling of Magnolia, his third feature, which he boasted to the Village Voice was “unquestionably the best film I will ever make.” For Fiona Apple, the event might as well have also been held in honor of her own difficult magnum opus, her second album When the Pawn …