I didn't have any luck finding anyone in NOPO to fix my receiver. Anyone have a suggestion for stereo repair downtown?
Can anyone suggest a good laptop doctor downtown as well?
Hey, does anybody have a personal recommendation for an ear doctor
otolaryngologist? Of course I could (and did) Google it but it's hard to tell who is good based on their web sites.
I'm in SE Portland so as close as possible to that would be great.
Anyone take dance classes, past or present? I'm not looking for partnered, pole, or perfect dancing. Something jazzy and contemporary comes to mind. My background is a bit of ballet as a kid (which I didn't like), some fencing and DDR most recently (which is more my style). I'm browsing studios, found a few that look OK, but am also seeking out personal anecdotes if you've got 'em. Bonus points for classes geared toward people who don't usually like classes. Snark away, and thanks much. :)
long story short.
i have some dental gold. even some solid gold teeth.
i've decided i want to sell them. ive called some pawn shops and they all say they will only take them if there is no teeth attached. and well. a few still have teeth attached.
does anyone know of a place that even might take gold with teeth attached?
i really dont want to spend my tuesday evening with my dremel trying to carve these teeth out.
Where's the cheapest place to get a manicure that won't give me a fungus or cut off my finger?
I'm going to be moving to Portland mid-June and was wondering if there were any specific apartment management companies people would recommend or avoid. Does anyone have experience with KBC management? I'm specifically looking for a studio or 1 bedroom most likely in NW or SW, somewhere where i can feasibly catch public transport to OHSU. Also i'm trying to secure something while still living out of state and while i do have a friend in the Portland area to help me, i imagine not all landlords/companies will be okay with renting without meeting me in person.
Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks!
video for today *throws steering wheel into window*
I'm looking for a chiropractor. Ideally in inner NE (near Glisan and 28th) but i have a car and get pretty much anywhere for someone good, gentle, and who can deal with jaws (my jaw popped something awful yesterday and continues to hurt like crazy any time i try to open my mouth. Very inconvenient.)
My insurance sucks but pretty much everyone accepts it (Blue Cross/Blue Shield) so i'd rather find someone good and pay for it that someone cheap who can't help much.
I love that Novick will most likely be Oregon's newest hobbit-pirate boy-genius Senator. And he'll open your beer for you.
i was in downtown tanasbourn today, and i found this delightfully large moth!
it is about the size of my thumb, a bit longer than an inch, and rather thick, greyish brown with very vivid black and brown stripes.
the prettiest part, is that when it opens its wings, the undersides are bright maroonish pink, with cerulean blue eyespots! i love moths, and really want to keep it, seeing as its missing two legs on one side, and is also missing an antenna, i wouldnt feel right just setting it on a plant and walking away :<!
my biggest dilema: WHAT DOES IT EAT? smaller moths? flowers? fruit? sugar water? dirt? i have all of these things, but i dont know what it might eat... smaller moths eat anything from fruit to cloth to other bugs, but this one is bigger and ive never seen it before, any suggestions :>?!!!
So there's an organization that takes business clothes for women in need. It's a program for women who were recently on welfare and are now ready to enter the workforce. They're in need of business type of attire and can go to a clothes closet to get assistance. Any one know what company I'm talking about?
So, here are two ideas that I am floating, since our get-togethers at the East Side are so full of love, harmony and enchanting discussion.
First, I think that in this beautiful weather we are having, we should have a get together outside. I was thinking sometime on a Friday/Saturday afternoon we could meet for picnic-like activities at, say, Hoyt Arboretum. There is a viewing spot there that isn't that much of a walk from the MAX station.
Second, if you haven't been to the City Liquidators, it is a very interesting place to go! Especially if you like cheap office supplies! And odd discontinued toys! Would anyone in this group want to go there for an hour or so? Hopefully we wouldn't be so much of annoying ironic hipsters that they would have to kick us out!
Let me know if anyone is interested.