Operating since 1974, the Portland Saturday Market is the largest continually operating outdoor arts and crafts market in the nation. Located in Waterfront Park and Ankeny Plaza in Portland’s historic Old Town, the Market is one of the most popular shopping destinations for local handcrafted goods. The Market offers a unique opportunity for customers to meet the artist as well as see one of a kind pieces created in the artist’s booth. Over 250 small businesses and individuals artists from across the NW region gather each week for the Saturday/Sunday event with live music and a plethora of exotic foods that will satisfy everyone’s appetite.
2nd Avenue Records was established in 1982 as an independently-owned record store located in downtown Portland, Oregon. Originally only 600 square feet, situated in a quintessential historic brick and mortar storefront, the business has since expanded to more comfortable quarters in the same building – the Governor Building. Our stock consists of new and used records, cds and cassettes representing many genres, including rock (classic and current), punk, metal, rap, 60s, 50s, soul & funk, jazz, blues, reggae, ska, surf, rockabilly and more. We endeavor to carry the best titles available to us and strive to constantly improve our stock. In addition, we have a HUGE selection of music-related T-Shirts, including many classic rock, metal, punk, reggae and rap shirts. New shipments arrive frequently, providing a good selection of new shirts and restocks of old favorites. – LPS, CDs, 45s, Cassettes and 78s! – New Releases, Back Catalog and Used – Awesome selection of Music T-Shirts
It was The Ides of March, March 15th of 1969, when Don MacLeod, his wife Loreen and brother in law Dan Lissy first opened an 800 square foot record store on the corner of 32nd & East Burnside. Specializing in mostly underground music not found in the department stores, drugstores or the couple of record stores which existed at the time, Music Millennium filled a niche for the Portland, OR music community. Titles by Fairport Convention, Frank Zappa, John Fahey, The Fugs and Holy Modal Rounders were stocked in the small store along with the sounds heard on the then three month old FM station, KINK- The Underground Link. The store quickly grew in the first five years to its current size, including the addition of a classical store called The Musical Offering, later known as Classical Millennium (closed in 2012). A second Music Millennium store was also added next to the now defunct Purple Earth Tavern at NW 21st & Irving, later located at 23rd & Johnson. It’s over 40 years later and Music Millennium is the oldest record store in existence in the Pacific Northwest. Throughout our history, we’ve stocked the ever-evolving gamut of formats including LP, 45, reel-to-reel, 8-track, cassette, DAT, compact disc, mini-disc, DCC and CD-ROM. As people who know and love music, Music Millennium has hosted an array of in-store performances and autograph appearances over the years, including the likes of Richard Thompson, Luscious Jackson, Loreena McKennitt, Maureen McCormick (aka “Marcia Brady”), Blue Rodeo, Shonen Knife, Matthew Sweet, Soundgarden, Mike Watt, Don Walser, Sheryl Crow, Randy Newman, Everclear, Jewel, Little Feat, Susannah Hoffs and Cheap Trick to name a few. Be sure to check out our current calendar of events! You can visit Portland’s homegrown music store at 3158 E. Burnside (at 32nd). See you there!
Portland Farmers Market operates 7 vibrant farmers markets that contribute to the success of local food growers and producers, strengthen the food economy and serve as community gathering places. Saturday – Portland State University SW Park & SW Montgomery 8:30 am to 2:00 pm (Mar to Oct) 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (Nov to Feb) Sunday – King NE 7th & NE Wygant 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (May 3 to Nov 22) Monday – Pioneer Courthouse Square 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (June 15 to Sept 28) Wednesday – Shemanski Park SW Park & SW Main 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (May 6 to Nov 25) Thursday – Buckman SE 20th & SE Salmon 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm (May 7 to Sept 24) Thursday – NW NW 19th & Everett 2:00pm to 6:00pm (June 4 to Sept 24) Friday – Kenton N McClellan & N Denver 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm (June 5 to Sept 25) To learn more about how Portland Farmers Market aims to grow, nourish and inspire the community, visit www.portlandfarmersmarket.org.
We make vegan/vegetarian/animal rights message gear. We sell vegan wallets, belts, bags, accessories and other various vegan stuff. We sometimes publish books. We have a store in Portland, OR, in the vegan mini-mall. We ride bikes. We grow food. We’re doing our best.
We’ve been kicking around since 2003, trying our best to provide quality vegan junk food and uncomfortable giggles to all residents of our goofy little planet. Basically, we’re a vegan grocery/convenience store based in Portland, Oregon. We also have an online store. We have a small produce and bulk section, but we really specialize in lots of good, fun food. Chips, drinks, candies, fake meat and cheese, & stuff like that. We also try our best to support our global community of bleeding-heart-do-gooders with monthly benefits and by trying to keep the focus on the animals, the earth, and all the non-turd people in between. We are not at all concerned with your current fad diet or food fetish, sorry. Thanks for checking us out. Any questions or problems? Just get in touch. Product suggestions? Shoot ’em our way. And please tell your friends.
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