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The Gold Door Jewelry & Art

The Gold Door Jewelry & Art: “The Gold Door has been in Portland, Oregon's historic Hawthorne district for more than ten years. It has since become a landmark and prominent shopping destination. Proprietor Jerry Shover and staff travel to exotic lands seeking beautiful and unusual jewelry, fine, folk and ethnographic art to share with all […]

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Beer Serves America

Beer Serves America: This site details the how beer effects/helps Oregon's economy. You can also search by zip code. But here is a great stat for it's financial impact on Oregon Total: $917,671,880 Almost a billion dollars…a bbbbbiiiillion dollars…nice, I contributed a good bit to that myself…

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Fez Ballroom Vinyl Sale Tues-Thursday

“Selling off the record library of the legendary Panorama nightclub. All regular vinyl is $1.00, Remix Service is $5.00, naked vinyl is $0.25.This is mainly 12' Dance mixes from the 70's – 2000's.Lots of original Disco pressings.Tons of 90's club House and Diva Trance Mixes.Lots of weird crap that I don't know why we have. […]

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SinnergyMusic.com – Sept. 16th – Mt Sabalas show

SinnergyMusic.comSaturday, September 16th – 9:00 p.m. KUFO & The Marconi Show Present:Smoochknob's 2nd AnnualSKOOLED Naughty Skool Girl PartyFeaturing Smoochknob, SINNERGY, Cellar Door& the SK Girls Underwear Fashion Show DNA VIP Lounge and more…Sabalas at Mount Tabor Tickets are $12 at the door.Buy them now for only $8!!!Don't wait. This show WILL sell out.”

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The Beer Pipeline Portland Beer Guide provided by Reelbeer.com

The Beer Pipeline: “Realbeer.com: Portland Beer Guide: Portland beer guide 'This guide is designed for Portland area residents and visitors alike.' Breweries & brewpubsEstablishments where beer is made, and may be served, on site. Bars & restaurantsTaverns, corner bars, pubs, restaurants and other places serving an interesting range of specialty beer. British & Irish pubsThere's […]

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MySpace cowboys – September 4, 2006

MySpace cowboys – September 4, 2006: “MySpace's laid-back, anti-authority vibe has everything to do with where its founders came from. DeWolfe, who was raised by two teachers in Portland, Ore., bucked the family tradition by studying business at the University of Washington and then going to USC's Marshall School of Business, while Anderson, whose entrepreneurial […]

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The Edge of Hip: Vice, the Brand

The Edge of Hip: Vice, the Brand: “September 28, 2003The Edge of Hip: Vice, the BrandBy VANESSA GRIGORIADIS YOU see a lot of strange things at fashion shows, but models chugging cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon is not usually one of them. Two weeks ago, however, at the show put on by Vice, a Lafayette […]

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al.com: Go

al.com: Go: “Monday, July 24, 2006 Dixie Derby GirlsThe public address announcer at Rollertime Skate Center Sunday night yelled, 'Dixie!' into the microphone. And the 500 or so spectators yelled back in unison, 'Derby!' That's 'Dixie Derby.' As in Huntsville's Dixie Derby Girls roller derbyteam, who were squaring off in a bout with the Atlanta […]

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Sent from "Floating World Comics" here in PDX -There

Sent from "Floating World Comics" here in PDX -There

“There are no civilians in Baghdad.”-Lt.-Col. Crowley “Just read all 10 chapters of Anthony Lappe and Dan Goldman's online comic, SHOOTING WAR, in one easy sitting. Takes place in our near future, 2011. There's not much in this futuristic world that would be totally implausible. America is still occupying what's left of Iraq, survivors of […]

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PDXGuide.com – food & drink

We agree and we're having Rainiers there right now! PDXGuide.com – food & drink:“The B-Side is GeniusThe door you've been looking for by Sam Soule for pdxguide.comFebruary 2005 The B-Side632 SE BurnsidePortland OR Sometimes you've just got to say what you feel. After scratching out a variety of exclamatory paragraphs regarding the latest bar to […]

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Mayor Potter's e-Newsletter – 8/17/06

Mayor Potter's e-Newsletter – 8/17/06:In this issue: 1. A vote for this Bill of Rights is a vote for Portland's children 2. Stopping traffic for a good cause 3. Zero-tolerance environment for street crimes plus treatment options paying off 4. BBC: Where the car is not king 5. Upcoming Event: AAHC Wellness Walk – August […]

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Mostlandian--Portland is kind of strange, and this goes to show that is true - this weekend

Mostlandian–Portland is kind of strange, and this goes to show that is true – this weekend

“Friday, August 18th, 2006 7pm: Xeroxing9pm: Opening CelebrationMidnight: Computer Hacking Saturday, August 19th, 2006 Noon – 1pm: Navigation, Registration1pm – 2pm: Coffee Making, Cigarette Rolling1:50pm – 2pm: CPR2pm – 4pm: Slam Dunk, Roller Skating, Double Dutch4pm – 6pm: Bow Hunting, Fencing, Cartography5:30pm – 7pm: Cartography viewing6pm – 7pm: Dinner Hour7pm – 9pm: Pig Latin, Tongue […]

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This Just in and has just started- looks great

The ArtBar presents“O.B.” and I&I Music on Main Street Summer Concert Series Wednesday, August 16thFree Information for Wed, Aug 16th:Time: 5:00 – 7:00 OB Addy, the founder and leader of I & I was born and raised on a traditional “house of drumming” in Ghana, West Africa, which meant being at the heart of an […]

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PORT – Portland art + news + reviews

PORT – Portland art + news + reviews: Game Show Deadline Reminder“Tomorrow, Tuesday August 15 (postmark date) is the last day to apply to the Game Show exhibition at Contemporary Craft Museum and Gallery. Since taking the helm, curator Namita Wiggers has been expanding the scope of CCMG and this show serves as an example. […]

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