Sightseeing in Portland


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  • Beard's Framing
    On average, the designers at Beard's Framing boast eight years of experience. Most of them come from backgrounds in art or photography, but all of them are passionate about creating frames to match their clients' personal style, d?cor, and artwork. It's that dedication that has helped Beard's blossom from a single shop to the eight stores within in the Northwest area. Several times throughout the year, the staff updates Beard's inventory to keep up with the latest design trends in furniture and home d?cor. This ensures their frames are stylish, but that doesn't mean they're not built to last, unlike constitutions written in disappearing ink. They stand behind the quality of their hand-crafted frames with a lifetime guarantee; and if you don't like your creation within 30 days, they will reframe it.
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    1025 Lloyd Center
    Portland, OR US
  • Twist
    Twist, Portland, is more than just a jewelry store. Owners Paul Schneider and Lauren Eulau have a special relationship with their professional designers. They credit their success to these relationships, who have helped make each piece into “wearable art.” Unlike cookie cutter jewelry stores who order their products online with no personal connection, Schneider and Eulau maintain regular contact with their designers. Portland has long been home to some of the nation’s most creative work and ideas, and its artsy vibe creates the perfect location for Twist. If you’re looking for art with a Twist, why not wear it?
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    30 NW 23rd Pl
    Portland, OR US
  • Portland Metro Performing Arts
    Summer camps include exposure to the four major art forms?dance, music, visual art, and theater?in the mornings and exploration of drawing, painting, and sculpture in the afternoons. Classes run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (including before- and afterschool care) Monday?Thursday from June 18 to June 28.Teens and adults can drop in for dance classes that include intro to hip-hop (Monday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.), intro to ballet (Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.), and intro to tap (Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.).
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    9003 Southeast Stark Street
    Portland, OR US
  • Twilite Limousine and Tour Company
    Portland Trolley began in 2009 with a single stretch limo. Today, it provides car and limousine services with some of the finest luxury SUV’s, limousines, and vintage-replica trolley buses in the Portland metropolitan area at competitive rates for the region. Clients charter vehicles, such as 18-seat stretch SUV's, for private excursions, such as anniversaries, birthdays, and bachelorette parties, as well as guided tours to wine country and through the city’s holiday-light displays.
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    16550 SE McLoughlin Blvd
    Portland, OR US
  • Brewcycle
    Cruising along at a leisurely pace of about 5 mph, the BrewCycle is entirely human-powered. Harnessing the pedaling force of between 8 and 15 passengers, it moves along the road at a steady clip. The on-board sound-system urges partygoers on as they pedal from brewery to brewery, stopping along the way for pints at three local pubs during two-hour pub crawls.
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    1945 NW Quimby St.
    Portland, Oregon US
  • Elements Glass
    As one of the largest glassblowing facilities in Portland, Elements Glass is the hub of the area's glassblowing scene, providing studio space and schooling for local artists and ambitious amateurs. During the introductory class, students learn how to craft a one-of-a-kind glass float, choosing their own colors and breathing life into their beautiful bauble over the course of 30?45 minutes. Those who love art but dislike respiration can skip the studio and head straight to the store, which populated by translucent treasures from a range of local glass gurus.
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    1979 NW Vaughn St
    Portland, OR US

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