The friendly staff at Journeys - A Center For Your Soul, aim to help all people that come through their doors to have a clear mind and live a fulfilling life. They offer a wide selection of products in the store, from healing crystals to books about self-help, as well as incense and aromatherapy. In addition, they also offer classes such as intuitive painting, and tai chi, as well as psychic coaching.
Winner of the 2010 ENERGY STAR Award for Sustained Excellence, Lowe's has been helping customers conserve energy and expletives with home improvement, gardening, and hardware solutions for every budget. With the store's friendly handypeople as their guide, nail-pounding novices and seasoned remodelers alike can outfit their toolbox for any undertaking with more than 6,000 products between $25 and $50. Impress spouses and annoy car-pooling coworkers by ably installing ceiling fans into your car roof. Add lighting fixtures to darkling domiciles, or finally finish your back yard's Super Mario Bros. level with Lowe's garden tools. The store can also mix together a rainbow of hues for painting projects involving dining rooms, nurseries, and sweat lodges. Afterwards, you can clean up the dust with a 6-Gallon HP Wet/dry Shop Vac ($44.97), or rinse off caulk-covered corpuses under the Moen Brushed Nickel 7 Spray Pattern Shower Massager ($49.98). Regardless of your mission, the accommodating staff at Lowe's will offer expert advice for completing your home's improvements.
Ever since Growl Movement opened, a rotating selection of craft beers, hard ciders, and kombucha teas have flowed freely through its taps. The various beverages are crafted at breweries around the Northwest, and most can't be found in a grocery store—normally, you'd have to journey to the breweries themselves to buy a supply for your home. The shop sells half-gallon growlers, quarter-gallon growlettes, pints, and taster portions. Growlers can be reused again and again with a quick wash between fills.
Step into Stone Buddha, ancient land of enchantment & intrigue. Find teas, incense, candles, Tibetan singing bowls, World art, Fair Trade handcrafts, cloths, jewelry, books, Chinese antique furniture, Indonesian reclaimed wood furniture, belly dance goods, books, music, Day of the Dead art, essential oils, garden pots,
The bean-brewing Boyd family has been serving up local, sustainable, and international brews for the Portlandic public since 1900. Parched patrons who stop by one of Boyd Coffee Company's locations can throw back a steamy glass of Italian espresso ($1.40 for a single, $1.70 for a double) for an early morning wake-up call, or opt for the decadent caffe white chocolate mocha for a sweet surge ($2.85 for 12 oz., $3.25 for 16 oz., and $3.70 for 20 oz.). The local coffeteria's menu also serves up teas (from $1.50), frozen beverages (from $3.40), and pastries ($1.25–$4.50) to appease indecisive stomach-minds.
Whole Foods Market's commitment to the interdependent network of sustainable farms and organic producers can be seen in its carefully selected product lines. The homegrown 365 Everyday Value brand makes it easy to eat naturally, organically, and economically. It features an array of items from all product categories, including groceries, vitamins, household items, and more—each manufactured to meet the rigorous quality standards woven into the fabric of Whole Foods Market, which itself is made from 100% alpaca wool.