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probike_antiracist of Downtown (Southwest Portland)
reviewed a business Citybikes Worker's Cooperative (Buckman)
4 years ago
Citybikes President is Antisemitic Activist
Citybikes Worker's Cooperative (Buckman) (1 review)

If you are a white racist or a militant Jew-hater, Citybikes is the bicycle shop for you. The Citybikes President, Tim Calvert, has been involved with antisemitic organizing for years, and does activism with Holocaust-deniers and white supremacists. This has been a known problem since 2009, yet Citybikes tacitly supports their President's bigoted political organizing.See the link below for details:http://rosecityantifa.org/1/post/2012/09/portland-911-truth-alliance-hosts-right-wing-bomber-courtesy-of-city-bikes-president-tim-calvert.html

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probike_antiracist of Downtown (Southwest Portland)
reviewed a business Citybikes Worker's Cooperative (Buckman) (Eastside Industrial)
4 years ago
Citybikes President is Antisemitic Activist
Citybikes Worker's Cooperative (Buckman) (Eastside Industrial) (1 review)

If you are a white racist or a militant Jew-hater, Citybikes is the bicycle shop for you. The Citybikes President, Tim Calvert, has been involved with antisemitic organizing for years, and does activism with Holocaust-deniers and white supremacists. This has been a known problem since 2009, yet Citybikes tacitly supports their President's bigoted political organizing.See the link below for details:http://rosecityantifa.org/1/post/2012/09/portland-911-truth-alliance-hosts-right-wing-bomber-courtesy-of-city-bikes-president-tim-calvert.html

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PDXPERT of Irvington (Northeast Portland)
posted 1 photo of The Pearl
4 years ago
1) Would you live in the Avenue Lofts? Looking for user feedback!!! 
Would you live in the Avenue Lofts?  Looking for user feedback!!!  
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I am considering buying in here and want other opinions first?
4 years ago     Flag   
Runswithbigstick of Alameda (Northeast Portland)
reviewed a business Grand Central Bakery & Cafe (Multnomah) (Multnomah Village)
4 years ago
BEST BREAD EVER
Grand Central Bakery & Cafe (Multnomah) (Multnomah Village) (1 review)

It is one thing that their bread is amazing, but it is another thing to make the best chocolate croissants in Portland! And if that weren't enough their egg salad sandwhich is better than your grandmother's!!!! I have been going about twice a week at a minimum!

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Sharing Ideas: Arts, Music and Culture as Tool for Building Community
When: 07/26/2012 6:00 PM
Where: Tabor Space
Event Description:

Celebrate the positive things happening in community! 

Community Outreach of Our United Villages invites you to the seventh presentation of Sharing Ideas on Thursday, July 26th at Tabor Space (5441 SE Belmont) from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.  Sharing Ideas showcases the positive efforts of neighbors, groups and organizations throughout Portland.  This presentation will focus on arts, music and culture as a tool for building community.  Three projects have been invited to share the spark that ignited their idea, the tools and strategies used to turn their ideas into action and their hopes for the future of their project. Featured projects include:

·         The Morpheus Youth Project uses arts and humanities education to create a safe space for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated youth. 

·         Boise Voices is a creative collaboration between youth and elders in Northeast Portland to record the stories of how the Boise neighborhood has changed over time.

·         The Art of Reconciliation invites the power of art to heal our communities and creates opportunities for people to view the creativity of those who are different from them, as a way to build relationships and increase appreciation for diversity.

Make connections, build support for positive efforts in the community and discover possibilities for creating similar projects in your neighborhood. 

 

Register to attend online or call 503.546.7499.  FREE and open to the community.  Food provided.  Child care (9 and under), transportation, and interpretation provided upon request. 

ABOUT COMMUNITY OUTREACH OF OUR UNITED VILLAGES Our United Villages (OUV) is a local non-profit organization. As a program of OUV, Community Outreach serves as a free resource for those who see value in connecting with each other.  Working from the roots, we bring people together to share their ideas that inspire practices to strengthen community.  For more information, visit www.ouvcommunityoutreach.org. 

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CrystalSuperstition of North Gresham (Gresham)
posted 2 photos of Vivace Coffee House & Creperie (Northwest/Nob Hill) (Northwest/Nob Hill)
4 years ago
1) Mocha with cinnamon @ Vivace   2) White Mocha @ Vivace 
Mocha with cinnamon @ Vivace    White Mocha @ Vivace  
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CrystalSuperstition of North Gresham (Gresham)
reviewed a business Vivace Coffee House & Creperie (Northwest/Nob Hill) (Northwest/Nob Hill)
4 years ago
Where you should go next...
Vivace Coffee House & Creperie (Northwest/Nob Hill) (Northwest/Nob Hill) (3 reviews)

You haven't been to a good coffee house, untill you've payed Vivace a visit. I love to travel and I've been to Coffee Houses all over five states. Out of all the Coffee Houses I've been to, including one I spent my childhood going to weekly. You guessed it, Vivace is my favorite. With indoor and outdoor dining, excellent coffee, tasty confections, a wonderful atmosphere, and great local, it's by far the best. Oh, and did I mention their also dog friendly. My friend's dog and mine just love to sit there and people watch, as well as taste test the great food. Vivace should be the next stop on your list. (My profile pic just happens to be a pic of me and my dog enjoying a white mocha at Vivace.)

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tkosztics of Roseway (Northeast Portland)
added a new comment
4 years ago

Has anyone bought or used a Summit oven/range? I can't find any reviews on them. Any feedback on this brand would be appreciated.

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pgreiner of (Portland)
added a new event Just Say 'No' to Nestlé Rally!
4 years ago
Just Say 'No' to Nestlé Rally!
When: 06/26/2012 4:00 PM
Where: Terry Schrunk Plaza
Event Description:

Stand in solidarity with a diverse coalition of groups and over 30,000 Oregonians who are demanding the Kitzhaber protect our water from a Nestle water bottling plant in the Gorge! Join us for activities for all ages, including music, adding your message to our huge banner and more.

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KSK of (Irmo)
reviewed a business Shulman DuBois LLC
4 years ago
Be careful
Shulman DuBois LLC (1 review)

I will recommend thinking twice if you are going to work with Shulman DuBois LLC.
If you will decide to move forward following suggestions may help:
1.       Do not communicate by phones. Ask them provide any updates/information in writing (mails or E-mails).
2.       Keep track of all communications and documents.
3.       Never sign any documents in their office.  Read the documents carefully at home and then you can sign it.
4.       The safest way to communicate with Shulman DuBous LLC is to hire another lawyer to review for you agreement with it and all the follow up documents.

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SamsP of Arbor Lodge (North Portland)
reviewed a business Apple Music Row (Downtown) (Downtown Bus. District)
4 years ago
Bad Attitude
Apple Music Row (Downtown) (Downtown Bus. District) (1 review)

Owner of shop is extremely rude and arrogant, would not recommend spending your money here unless  you enjoy being railroaded. Seriously bad customer experiance.

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outreach of Boise (North Portland)
added a new event SHARING IDEAS: GRASSROOTS PROJECTS STARTED BY NEIGHBORS
4 years ago
SHARING IDEAS: GRASSROOTS PROJECTS STARTED BY NEIGHBORS
When: 05/24/2012 6:00 PM
Where: June Key Delta Center
Event Description:

Celebrate the positive things happening in community!  

Community Outreach of Our United Villages invites you to the sixth presentation of Sharing Ideas on Thursday, May 24th, 2012 at the June Key Delta Center (5940 North Albina Street) from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.  

Sharing Ideas showcases the positive efforts of neighbors, groups and organizations throughout Portland.  Projects will be invited to share the spark that ignited their idea, the tools and strategies used to turn their ideas into action and their hopes for the future of their project. Make connections, build support for positive efforts in the community and discover possibilities for creating similar projects in your neighborhood.  

Register to attend online at www.ouvcommunityoutreach.org or call 503.546.7499. FREE and open to the community.  Food provided.  Child care (9 and under), transportation, and interpretation provided upon request.  

To read about past Sharing Ideas events and for more information, visit our website at www.ouvcommunityoutreach.org.   

ABOUT COMMUNITY OUTREACH OF OUR UNITED VILLAGES

Our United Villages (OUV) is a local non-profit organization. As a program of OUV, Community Outreach serves as a free resource for those who see value in connecting with each other.  Working from the roots, we bring people together to share their ideas that inspire practices to strengthen community.  

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Roots of Regeneration: City Repair’s 12th Annual Village Building Convergence
When: 05/25/2012 8:00 AM
Where: City Repair
Event Description:

The Village Building Convergence (VBC), City Repair’s largest annual project, is now in its twelfth season.  The VBC demonstrates the power of grassroots “sustainability” as communities come together to work, play, dream and design.  This year’s Village Building Convergence will take place May 25 through June 3; a 10-day tour de force that creates artistically redesigned public gathering places and intersections, spectacular earthen building structures, and delectable urban gardening projects.  Each project invites community participation and inspires imagination.  Whether it is getting hands and feet muddy in building a cob kiosk or sitting side-by-side engaging with thoughtful nightly presentations, the Convergence is a successful statement of common visions for a lively urban community.  Evening activities include presentations by sustainability professionals and leaders—featuring Ianto Evans (seminal natural building leader), Starhawk (author and activist), and Mark Lakeman (founder of City Repair and Communitecture).  Participants can take part in hands-on education in permaculture design and construction, ecological building, and public art.

Detailed site locations and daytime event information will be released approximately one week prior to the event in The Builder-- available online and at various, select locations.

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Kevin of Sherwood (Sherwood)
reviewed a business En Selle the Road Bike Shop
4 years ago
A Great Local Bike Shop
En Selle the Road Bike Shop (1 review)

Jack has built and maintained two bikes (and rebuilt one of them after an accident) over the last ten years for my wife and me.  He does first rate work and is a very pleasant fellow.  Go see Jack if you want a very nice bike perfectly tuned for your body and riding style.  En Selle is a small high-end bike shop (more a boutique) with excellent personalized service.  Jack is also very active supporting many community rides around the area.  You'll see his giant blue maintenance van at many events.  Stop by and say hi!

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day/night babysitter of Powellhurst-Glbert (Southeast Portland)
added a new comment
4 years ago

I lost my job and decided to open a day / night care in my home. This message informs you that if you have small children and want a good teacher and a guardian for them to contact my phone number 503 - 475-8933 or 503-761-7756, I'll watch them as you do in your house, I have 21 years, I I have finished high school, married, I will help them with homework, watch them, keep in the house, go with them to the park, to be near them, they will have food here, but if you want to make their food you can, please call me if you need some help with the kids, I'll be happy to help you, if you want you can call the numbers in the message or you can come to my address I live at 3943 SE 97TH Avenue, Portland Oregon 97 266, Thank you Day / Night Care giver

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Runswithbigstick of Alameda (Northeast Portland)
reviewed a business PlayDatePDX (Northwest/Nob Hill)
4 years ago
This is what we have so lets embrace it!
PlayDatePDX (Northwest/Nob Hill) (3 reviews)

Given the proximity to where most close-in Portlanders live this is the best spot to take the kids when it is ugly out. The location is ideal, parking isn't too bad and overall they have their act together. Most importantly the kids love it! We go often and will likely be back next week.

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JBoogie of Irvington (Northeast Portland)
posted 1 photo of Northwest Industrial
4 years ago
1) Loving this Place! 
Loving this Place!  
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JBoogie of Irvington (Northeast Portland)
added a new comment about Beaumont-Wilshire (Neighborhood)
4 years ago

When is the new Grand Central Baking going in on Fremont in Beaumont-Wilshire?

Beaumont-Wilshire
City: Portland
Quadrant: NE
Community Type: Urban
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lmclella of Sabin (Northeast Portland)
reviewed a business Perry's on Fremont (Alameda)
4 years ago
extra's
Perry's on Fremont (Alameda) (7 reviews)

I have been a long time customer of Perry's and live in the neighborhood.  Love the family atmosphere until I experienced something that has influenced my desire to return. I ordered the burger but for health reasons wanted to replace the processed bun with a piece of lettuce.  When I was told I would be charged an extra dollar for the replacement lettuce, I was appauled.  Then I looked further at the menu and saw high priced miscellaneous charges for things that are unnecessary such as a $3 per person plate charge for bringing in your own birthday cake for special parties. I understand the desire to sell your own baked goods but $3 a plate is outrageous. $1 for a piece of lettuce in place of the processed bun??? I realize the economy is bad but the loyalty to a neighborhood market can be priceless.  Stop the madness and I would enjoy your above average costs for wonderful food if it didn't seem so petty.  $18 corking fee for a neighborhood family restaurant?  Wow!

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Runswithbigstick of Alameda (Northeast Portland)
posted 1 photo of Irvington
4 years ago
1) Real Estate Market is improving... 
Real Estate Market is improving...  
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