HEY, all you beautiful DPeeps. I have a question I'm asking for a friend: what's the best way to find a place to live in-town that would accommodate a larger animal?
Short version is, said friend has a total sweetheart of a 65-lb. rescue dog (well-behaved, has references, etc.), and has been interested in moving up here for a while, but hasn't had a lot of luck finding a place that'll take pets over 20-30 pounds.
Thanks in advance!
So I checked out their website, and looking at the routes and times, it looks like it may pretty much be impossible to get across the river to get downtown until afternoon...am I right?
ETA: found the missing link answering the question!
Hello Portlander's my name is Vesna and live in on 63rd Foster/ Powell.
I was wondering:
--Where is a good place to get an engraved dog tag nearby?
--Any Croatian people on here? (I want to work on my language skills!)
--Any fun stuff happening today?
ALSO: I am looking for some cool people to hang out with, I lived in Portland for a while but spent the last 6 months in DC, I do have friends (am not socially "weird" or anything ;)) but people are busy with their own stuff. I have a boyfreind but he's in DC for now.
I like dogs (and animals in general), drawing & other creative stuff (but don't take it seriously), long bike rides, bookshops, and sometimes I like to dance the night away. I am a good level of nerdy.
Looking for people to have interesting conversations over coffee with, to have arts and crafts sessions with.
My dog would like to meet yours as long as it's not too big (she's teeny).
Taking some friends out in Beaverton later, and was thinking of trying a restaurant I've never been to called Giovanni's. It's Italian food, which is cool, but I was wondering if any of y'all had anything experiences you'd like to share. Thanks in advance!
What blogs do you like? I used read a bunch, but so many of the ones I used to enjoy have gone defunct. I'm interested in general interest stuff (like boingboing), humor (outofcharacter.blogspot.com), and this-is-what-I-did-this-morning (asecular.com, what LJ used to be).
Not really interested in: tech, product reviews. If it's interesting but poorly written that's out too I'm afraid.
And yes, I'd like to read your blog too! Let's party like it's 2005.
Friday the 13th
Blacklist Gallery & Tattoo is doing Friday the 13th $13 tattoos ($7 mandatory tip so $20 all together.) You'll be able to pick from a huge sheet of flash. If we can get at least 200 people to participate we'll donate half of the proceeds from that day to Portland Public Schools Art Department. Tattoos provided on first come first serve basis, shop will be open at 11 am and go until we can't tattoo anymore.
Blacklist Gallery & Tattoo
2307 NE Broadway
503 796 0086