Funny how quickly we fall into old habits, huh? Like not posting blog entries? In my defense, there have been many distractions over the past ten days. Such as: Christmas. Food and drinks. (Sometimes in the same glass!) Fun stores. Amazing scenery. Video games. Even Elvis managed to get in on the action, and if thatContinue reading “Tit’s the Season”
Tag Archives: Hawthorne District
The Naked Truth About Capitol Hill
It’s hard to concentrate on a slice of pizza when a group of 30 or so naked bike riders goes pedaling by your table. When that happens, you’re faced with an awkward decision: take another bite and pretend that it’s perfectly natural to see a whole bunch of people go perfectly au naturel in theContinue reading “The Naked Truth About Capitol Hill”
My Hamster Ate The Piano Man
Earlier this week, Tara and I helped out a close friend by delivering copies of her free publication, Portland Book Review, to a bunch of local businesses. We had had Chris over for dinner one day last week so she could meet my girlfriend. Chris and I go way back – once upon a time weContinue reading “My Hamster Ate The Piano Man”
Where’s My Thrift Store Picasso?
Did you hear about the guy in Ohio who bought a Picasso print from a thrift store for $14, then discovered it wasn’t a reproduction after all but a genuine, original poster signed by the artist himself and turned around and resold it for $7000? This pisses me off. Because if anybody appreciates a goodContinue reading “Where’s My Thrift Store Picasso?”
Dogs Playing Poker Doesn’t Qualify as Art?!
Friday afternoon, I was wandering around one of my favorite areas of Portland – the Hawthorne District. It’s fun, funky and cool. The people watching alone makes it a worthy destination! There’s a place there called House Of Vintage where I love to browse. It’s a cavernous store full of vintage (or retro, or antique)Continue reading “Dogs Playing Poker Doesn’t Qualify as Art?!”
Turning Into My Girlfriend
Slowly but surely, I am turning into my girlfriend. I suppose this is natural in any relationship. Spend enough time around your significant other, and you start to absorb some of their traits. It’s not like I’m suddenly wearing heels and carrying a purse – at least not in public – but there are littleContinue reading “Turning Into My Girlfriend”