Does anyone know where I can find Minnetonka moccasins?
Not online, but a store around town. Thanks.
I have a bunch of used toys I would like to donate, mostly for children ages 6 and under. Do any of you know of a good place to do this? A hospital/clinic? Shelter?
Mostly the places I've been finding are for new toy donation. I could drop these off at Goodwill, but I'd rather see them go right into the hands of kids that really don't have any toys.
What's up? Anyways I was just wondering if any of you guys know any good jobs that are hiring that are on woodstock or downtown. I'm just about to quit wal-mart today (i have two years with them, but they suck) so I'm trying to find another job. I have a retail, nursing, cashiering, pharmacy background. anyways, thanks :)
Okay, this first part is pretty much Portland related. The second part isn't, but *I* am Portland related, so that counts:P
I am going to be taking a trip to New York sometime between September and November. I will admit, I am a total naive ditz when it come to traveling arrangements. So i'm wondering what suggestions do you guys have to help set up your traveling plans.
1. Are there on-line services you have used to arrange flights, hotels, etc? and what have your experiences been with those?
2. Is there a travel agent here in the Portland area that you would recommend?
Okay, next part. I have never been to New York. I can tell you now that I will be seeing a Broadway play and also the Met. And of course, I am going to be the cheesy tourist and go see the Statue of Liberty.
But now I want your opinions. Help me, guys! I don't know when I'll get back there again, so I want to make sure I have fun and good memories.
1. What are some things you have seen or want to see in New York that you think I JUST HAVE to see or experience? If it is something you can find a website link for, I'd appreciate it!
2. Are their any hotels that you would absolutely recommend, or ones to stay away from? I am not rich, unfortunately, so I will not be able to do one of the luxery ones. But I am not afraid to pay for a nice quality hotel.
3. And I asking for any trouble in going one of th emonths I picked, Sept - November? Weatherwise, etc?
Any ideas on either the travel arrangements, or help for me once we get there, that you guys can give me would be wonderfully appreciated! I trust... Well... MOST.. Of your judgement:P
Hay All -
I was planning on a weekend trip to the coast with a friend but was just told that its Spring Break and the coast would be filled with teen mayhem. Is this true? Where would you go for an out of town romantic getaway this weekend?
so I'm thinking of entering the world of waitressing. I've never done it and was wondering if anyone could suggest places that are willing to train and also accepting of fun hair and piercings. thank you! ♥
They sent me two coupons in the mail and I went the other day.
I still have a coupon for 15% off total bill with the purchase of 2 entrees and 2 beverages.
It expires on 3/31 and I can't imagine going twice in one week. Any of you fine folks want it?
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This just in from Church of Craft (churchofcraft.org)
For those of you who haven't heard, the Citywide Arts Commission is
gearing up to host a weekly Sunday Arts Fair in downtown PDX.
From July through October, the parking structure at SW Third and
Alder will be converted to a giant (400 spaces!) arts fair, where
anyone may sell original work. (Which, by the way, is being defined
broadly, to include art, crafts, original music CDs, and
self-published writing.) There's a $20.00 membership fee, a weekly
$15.00 tabling fee, and they take NO commissions on your sales.
Nonprofit arts groups may be entitled to free tables to use for
Citywide Arts is taking applications for vendors now. Check out
www.sundayartmart.com for more information.
FYI: seems it's easier to view sundayartmart.com with IE instead of
Anyone know of a store locally where one can find bapes (A Bathing Ape shoes)?
"Salem Fire Department responded to a call for an unknown substance at 3126 Kettle Ct. SE at 11:02 am on Tuesday, March 27, 2007. First arriving fire fighters reported that a small quantity of a gray powder was found by an employee working at Kettle Foods.
None of the 75 employees working at the time were evacuated from the building or reported feeling sick from the unknown substance. Salem Fire Department's Hazardous Materials Response Team was called to Kettle Foods and conducted tests on the substance. They determined that the substance was pancake flour."
Anyone have a copy of Warcraft 3 they either:
1. Don't Play?
2. Don't play online?
It'd be awesome if you can donate your CD key to me? :D
If you can, which is LOVE, you can AIM me at Razven Schwartz if you don't want to post it here. :O
My luck is all of you play online. D:
I'm getting cranky. Does anyone know where you can find a Multnomah County police blotter online? The closest I've come to finding one is a Clackamas county one.
does anyone in this fine damned city enjoy the card game called fluxx, by any chance?
i don't get to play it nearly enough, much less with anyone new and exciting. i thought it might be fun to have a get-together over dinner/drinks/coffee/whathaveyou sometime.
so....anyone want to maybe arrange a play date? :D