doesnt sound like a bunch of fun...like in PROVO UTAH, where it is 100% better than Salt Lake City but not better than Saint George, There was a NEW BOY BAND with a cd release party posted over the downtown areas corkboards..where too the place to see music is off UNIVERSITY right by the CHOCOLATE MOUSSE supposedly.
Who ever said that thing about anything east of 60th? No one. Ever.
Doing anything the Mercury suggests is like asking for some kind of trouble. Or at least a long night in the drunk tank.
i'm going to get a vasectomy as per judges orders
The Knicks jerseys are awesome.
Crazy!! Events at mississipi studios AND!!! doug fir in the same whats happening!!! Better grow out my douchy mustache and shrink my flanel shirt so i can hit them both in style!!
At least 2 of these shows were sold out more than a week ago, the Built to Spill show has been sold out for months. Why not give press to something that people could actually choose to go to instead of wasting time with things that no one who doesn't already have a ticket can attend.
On this coming Thursday (August 16th), Eagle Eye Optical (3333 SE Belmont St) is sponsoring a fundraiser for the OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital!
We'll start the night off with a fun fashion show displaying some cool eye wear and clothing followed by local musicians.
There'll be heavy appetizers, a cash bar, silent auction, desserts (including Paris themed cupcakes for everyone) and a special guest speaker from Doernbecher.
Some items on the silent auction list includes: a night at The Paramount Hotel, 2 gift certificates to the restaurant Por Que No (both valued at $100 each), a gift basket from Bob's Red Mill valued at $75, 2 tickets to the Oregon Zoo, and a card for a free pair of KEEN shoes!
Please come out to support this great cause and most of all enjoy the fun festivities for the night! Keep in mind that ALL proceeds go directly to Doernbecher Children's Hospital.
Students (w/I.D.): $20
(Can be purchased at Eagle Eye Optical
3333 SE Belmont St
or by contacting 503.395.7701)
Even more info at
There's also BIKE THE STRIKE! join us at Holladay Park at 2:30 to show solidarity with the Hunger Strikers at City Hall. It's time for some humanity to shine through the city. Friday JULY 20th
very informative for me like it's the stuff I was searching for a long time to get previous events elaborated at one place and got it from Alberta business keep it up and thanx for being there
It's the athi-est of them all.
In regards to the upcoming May Day holiday that so many disenfranchised hooligans have hijacked as their own day of chaos, referring specifically to the anarchists, please try to refrain from causing more public & private property damage if you can. You are not helping yourselves with your so called revolution by committing petty crimes that law abiding people will have to pay the tab for, whether it's passed down to the consumer or taxpayer. I understand most of you had little guidance and boundaries while growing up but now that you're out of mommy and daddy's basement you have to learn there are penalties for breaking the law in our society. So pull the heroin needle out your arm and get at least one foot in reality.
In response to the article about May 1, that rally and march is NOT Occupy Portland. That's an autonomous action being done by a separate group. It is not a family friendly event. The real May Day rally and march will be at Salmon and Park starting at 2pm. This is a family friendly event.
Did you go tonight? I was totally there. I think it sold out!
You two! Get a room.
I still have a Math class today that doesn't let out until 8:30. I'll be heading straight to the show from school.
Your kind of a dork, though.
Wanna go with me?
Yes, i'm going.
Fine. make up your mind, though.
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