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David Greenwald


Portland, OR, United States

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Past articles by David:

‘47 Meters Down’ is the ‘127 Hours’ of Shark Movies

Mandy Moore, acting from behind a scuba mask, is less a hardened horror film final girl than a wetsuit full of barely contained hysteria. → Read More

‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Finale Recap: “The Gate”

Stranger Things 2 rises to meet the challenges of sequel-hood. → Read More

‘Stranger Things’ Season 2, Episode 8 Review: “The Mind Flayer”

Bob Newby doesn't deserve this! → Read More

‘Stranger Things’ Season 2, Episode 7 Review: The Lost Sister

Most critics really don't like this episode, but it's got more to offer than you think. → Read More

‘Stranger Things’ Season 2, Episode 6 Review: “The Spy”

One of Stranger Things 2’s savvy touches is its world’s technological limits: beyond nostalgia, using a 1980s setting means getting to trade in smartphones... → Read More

‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: “The Pollywog”

Stranger Things 2’s fake scares are over. The real horror has arrived. → Read More

‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Episode 2 Review: “Trick or Treat, Freak”

There are so many little detail shots that give this episode tension. → Read More

‘La La Land’ on HBO: A Takedown Of Toxic Masculinity Hiding Beneath Classic Hollywood Razzle-Dazzle

Everyone who complained about Gosling's character being too much of a mansplainer missed the point. → Read More

What It’s Like To Watch Netflix’s ‘Mitt’ Romney Documentary In The Age of Trump

This 2014 Netflix documentary has transformed into a vision of political nostalgia since its release. → Read More

7 best concerts on the way in Oregon, August 5-11

Kacey Musgraves, Pickathon, Pink Martini and much more music in the week ahead. → Read More

21 August concerts in Oregon for the best summer ever

Beat the heat with country superstars, Pickathon, Pink Martini and more. → Read More

10 best concerts coming up in Oregon, July 29-Aug. 4

From country fests to Modest Mouse, all the shows you need to know this week. → Read More

12 best concerts on the way in Oregon, July 22-28

Dead & Company, Willie Nelson, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah and more top shows coming up. → Read More

57 July concerts in Oregon for an epic summer

From festivals to the Edgefield to rock legends on a rooftop, every show you need to know this month. → Read More

The Waterfront Blues Festival starts Friday: Here's what you need to know

Ticket news, artist interviews and everything you need to read before the Blues Festival kicks off. → Read More

Why is the Waterfront Blues Festival charging for tickets this year?

The 2016 four-day concert will have a firm $10 daily entry fee for the first time, but it's for a good cause. → Read More

Igor Prado, Curtis Salgado's Brazilian bluesman of choice, makes Portland debut

The Igor Prado Band's first Waterfront Blues Festival appearance comes after international acclaim. → Read More

12 first-time artists to know at the 2016 Waterfront Blues Festival

From rising stars to international icons, meet the musicians making their Blues Festival debut. → Read More

Ticketmaster's free concert tickets no good in Oregon—for now

The list of 411 eligible concerts for Ticketmaster's lawsuit vouchers doesn't include a single Oregon show. → Read More

15 things Oregon transplants miss about California

Oregon transplants come up north for many reasons: the rent, the beer, the quality of life, the beer, the arts and culture, and also the beer. But that doesn't mean we wanted to leave all of California's pleasures behind. Here are 15 things former Golden State folks still miss. → Read More