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nothing makes an ol’ hippy snicker to himself more than to hear some youngun say how much they love Phish but just don’t “get” the Dead.
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my notes from last night's pdx +***** meet-up/user group with +Karvel Digital / +Kronda Adair  on "common website owner mistakes and how to avoid them"
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+Scoot Herring​ - how-to: revive those old nintendo cartridges from the dead! blowers, whackers, stackers & snappers. surprisingly — blowing? not so much. on +NPR ​'s How To Do Everything​ — https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-do-everything/id420543296?mt=2&i=334734550
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brilliant, from +Curtis Chen, @sparCKL, the portland food pyramid. http://ow.ly/J4015
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sometimes it's the hearing world that needs to really listen: my review of artists rep.’s “tribes” http://portlandstagereviews.com/2015/02/12/review-the-sound-of-some-hands-signing-tribes-at-artists-rep/ /cc +Nicole Lane +Sabrina Miller +Louanne Moldovan 
Artists Rep. latest production, Tribes, is a strange mix of these themes: the production itself, deftly handled by Artistic Director Dámaso Rodriguez and his company, succeeds in well-honed perform...
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i could leave my hands in the fancy public bathroom dyson air dryer. all. day. long.
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HEY EVERYBUDDY!! dig this rockin' fun +Summer Cannibals new video, aptly titled, "Something New," where i have a 2 sec. cameo amongst the other crunchy, aging hippes, drinkin' mah twig tea and chewin' on said twig whilst looking at tree-huggin' pr0n on my chromebook. thanks to +Amanda Warder  ("'sup?!") for the gig.  /cc Emily Vidal +Alicia J. Rose  
How do you handle a breakup? Get a new haircut? How about a tattoo? Get sloshed? Kill a man? All are on the table as Jessica Boudreaux drinks and fights her way through the night in "Something New."
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Are computers changing human character? Is our closeness with computers changing us as a species? Alix and Lulu look at the ways technology affects us.
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double. chocolate. croissant, people. DOUBLE. CHOCOLATE. CROISSANT. @littletbaker http://instagram.com/p/zFuXOoNvM5/
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just. the best. truly LOL’d on this one. RT @incanus77: https://vine.co/v/OPq02dpidBM /cc +Rusty Blazenhoff
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gracie's, nestled in the lobby corner of the classic hotel deluxe in southwest downtown portland (near artists rep. theatre and timbers' providence park), is quite the evening dinner find. excellent, ever rotating menu guaranteed to enchant the palette of even the most serious food geek. the driftwood room bar, next door, and gracie's, and the hotel itself, carry all the very classy ambience of 1940s hollywood elite. and quite the cultured well chosen wine list, as well as well-informed wait-staff to help steer you towards both your food & drink choices depending on what you have a craving for. pricey, yes, but worth every penny, especially to impress a business contact, a group, a family, or most importantly, a lovely date.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
this is my go-to place for my daily work-out — convenient for me as it is a 5 mile round-trip on my bike plus the yoga, so quite the work-out. the teachers here are amazing and should be — they teach their own yoga school for authorized certification. the style is vinyasa, which is classical hawtha asana shapes flowing one into the other, almost like a slow, tai-chi-like dance. lots of focus on pranayama (breathing techniques) also, and chanting in bhakti, of course (the devotional aspect of hindu yoga practice. what is more, for those who are new beginners, having out-of-shape body issues (as i have had) or past injury issues, they are very good about watching you and making corrections to your positioning or warning you to gently back off a bit — something you always want to have in any yoga studio. there are all levels, from very beginner to the type of energetic vinyasa class that really gets you sweating and challenges you. if you're new, always start at a level 1 beginner class with teachers like jeannie, tasha or marianne. for mid-range to advanced classes, i can't recommend enough teachers like hari-bhakti, monicka, jessica and lisa mae (who is also the shop owner). also, on the second sunday evening of each month, they have a chanting session for 90 minutes by donation, and all funds go to someone in need. regular special workshops also, on everything from special asana focuses (hip openers, etc.) to aruvedic meal planning. your first time there you can purchase one week of unlimited classes for $20, from there there are all sorts of good payment plans, from 10 class cards to deducting monthly for unlimited classes per month from a financial account. you can also purchase workshops and classes on-line at their web site. for yoga for both physical exercise and delving within, this place has it all.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
lovely place, two of the main portland resevoirs are here, easy walk to the top for one of the most beautiful views of the city. during the summer, city parks has wonderful, fun and highly danceable picnic concerts in the evening at the caldera amphitheater. also the yearly track for the portland mercury soap box derby races — some of the most hilarious soap box derby cars ever built. and yes, it's an (allegedly) dormant volcano. which is why we call our house nearby terrazzo de volcàn.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
i love the setting, i love the sound (best stage & sound system in a club in the city, i think), etc. i can't stand this club's "you're lucky we even let you in" attitude. they give you the massive stink eye if you don't do reservations and buy an over priced meal (tho' the food is ok), and the wait staff is among some of the most haughty and rude i've dealt with, and this is when i'm going out of my way to be _nice_ with them. work on the service & 'tude, you'll have a winning club.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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this wonderful little homey bakery opened up just down tabor hill from where i live at the end of e. hawthorne blvd. and I couldn't be happier. huge brick wood-fire ovens constantly filling the place smell of fresh baking bread, bright walls and windows, cardboard floors you have to be a little careful, not because they're naturally slippery, but because there is flour on them from all the baking done here. bread loaves to purchase or to eat there, great sandwiches from their fresh baked loaves and delicious soups. instead of quiche, a wonderful savory bread pudding for breakfast, and coffee that is always hot, fresh and portland strong. they are local bakers (you can watch them put the loaves into the wood fire ovens yourself) and are proud to be supplied by local farmers and grain growers. ignore all your portland hypochondriac friends fretting over wheat/gluten sensitivities, one bite from a fresh spelt loaf will have you feeling health coursing through your veins! “bread is agriculture” is their motto and amen to that, i say. also, free wifi. my few qualms might be wanting an egg sandwich for breakfast on the menu, or that they weren't closed on mondays & tuesdays - i know these hard working owners need days off, but those are prime work week times they could be catering to early commuters. but overall, a serendipitous find in southeast portland and worth the visit.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A bit of old New Yawk right smack dab in downtown Portland. Like a cozy, homey, NY Diner with a bit of swank to it. An amazing breakfast/brunch place, and those are it's peak times (get there early on the weekend!), but don't discount it for a lovely evening of very fine dining either. Great wait staff, lovely atmosphere, really top notch food.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
where else can you see keb mo, john mayall, mavis staples, the remaining members of canned heat, as well as new blues acts, zydeco from louisiana, etc., all in one weekend? plus great local blues acts like lisa mann. one of the best music festivals ever.
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reviewed 3 years ago