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    Portland Living on the Cheap is looking for an editor and publisher. On the Cheap publishers run their sites, create their own editorial calendars and working together with the national On the Cheap network. It’s like running an online newspaper. If you’d like to run a business as Portland’s top maven of deals, discounts and […]
  • Portland Art Museum
    First Thursday of the month – FREE admission to Museum of Contemporary Craft, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. First Friday of the month – FREE admission to Portland Children’s Museum, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. First weekend of the month – FREE admission to Portland Art Museum and Portland Children’s Museum to Bank of America and Merrill Lynch card holders. First Sunday of the month – $2 admission to OMSI. Second Tuesday of the month – $4 admission to the Oregon Zoo, […]
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    Have you ever noticed how so many of the once-majestic trees lining our highways and biways are literally strangled by ivy vines? English Ivy, which was brought to the Northwest by well intentioned pioneers who believed the creeping crud would enhance their environment, has become a scourge, sucking the life out of our trees. Our […]
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    Taco Bell just relaunched its very popular Happier Hour. However, this time, it only includes drinks. For a limited time, customers can get a regular Freeze or medium fountain drink for just $1 — every day from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. If you combine the Happier Hour price with its new $1 Cravings Menu, […]
  • DQ
    For those who like their lunch with a sweet treat, Dairy Queen continues its popular lunchtime promo. For a limited time, the DQ $5 Lunch is available daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at participating locations. Customers get two crispy chicken wraps, fries, a beverage and choice of a sundae for just $5. For […]
  • Good Old Dog
    Pauline Zonneveld is a photographer who loves dogs. But it’s the sweet old doggies that have really captured her heart and her attention as an artist. Get your heart strings tugged at her Good Old Dog photo exhibit that is on FREE display throughout the month of October in the rotunda of the Portland Center […]
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Are you Portland’s top cheapskate?

Portland Living on the Cheap is looking for an editor and publisher. On the Cheap publishers run their sites, create their own editorial calendars and working together with the national On the Cheap network. It’s like running an online newspaper. If you’d like to run a business as Portland’s top maven of deals, discounts and […]

Portland Art Museum

FREE & Cheap museum days

First Thursday of the month – FREE admission to Museum of Contemporary Craft, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. First Friday of the month – FREE admission to Portland Children’s Museum, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. First weekend of the month – FREE admission to Portland Art Museum and Portland Children’s Museum to Bank of America and Merrill Lynch card holders. First Sunday of the month – $2 admission to OMSI. Second Tuesday of the month – $4 admission to the Oregon Zoo, […]

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No Ivy Day Saturday, Oct. 25

Have you ever noticed how so many of the once-majestic trees lining our highways and biways are literally strangled by ivy vines? English Ivy, which was brought to the Northwest by well intentioned pioneers who believed the creeping crud would enhance their environment, has become a scourge, sucking the life out of our trees. Our […]

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Taco Bell’s new ‘Happier Hour’ offers $1 drinks

Taco Bell just relaunched its very popular Happier Hour. However, this time, it only includes drinks. For a limited time, customers can get a regular Freeze or medium fountain drink for just $1 — every day from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. If you combine the Happier Hour price with its new $1 Cravings Menu, […]

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Dairy Queen serves $5 lunch with sundae

For those who like their lunch with a sweet treat, Dairy Queen continues its popular lunchtime promo. For a limited time, the DQ $5 Lunch is available daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at participating locations. Customers get two crispy chicken wraps, fries, a beverage and choice of a sundae for just $5. For […]

Good Old Dog

FREE photo exhibit on Good Old Dogs

Pauline Zonneveld is a photographer who loves dogs. But it’s the sweet old doggies that have really captured her heart and her attention as an artist. Get your heart strings tugged at her Good Old Dog photo exhibit that is on FREE display throughout the month of October in the rotunda of the Portland Center […]

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CORRECTION: Waterfront Concert is Thursday

I’m so embarrassed that I got the day wrong for the spectacular Waterfront Concert. It’s Thursday, not Friday. I hope none of you shows up on the wrong evening because of my oversight. Repeat: The Waterfront Concert is THURSDAY, August 28. I apologize for the error.

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Discounts at Century Theatres every Tuesday

If you’re a movie lover on a budget, mark your calendar for Tuesdays. Cinemark, which operates in Portland as Century Theatres, offers its weekly Discount Day every Tuesday at participating locations. Ticket prices are $5.50. (There is an upcharge for 3-D films.) The offer is not valid for new movies on opening day, specially priced engagements or […]

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Portland Living on the Cheap is looking for an editor and publisher. On the Cheap publishers run their sites, create their own editorial calendars and working together with the national On the Cheap network. It's like running an online newspaper. If you’d like to run a business as Portland's top maven of deals, discounts and free events, send … [Read More...]

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FREE & Cheap museum days

First Thursday of the month -- FREE admission to Museum of Contemporary Craft, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. First Friday of the month -- FREE admission to Portland Children's Museum, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. First weekend of the month -- FREE admission to Portland Art Museum and Portland Children's Museum to Bank of America and Merrill Lynch card … [Read More...]

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Top 10 free things to do in Portland

Portland combines natural beauty, lush green parks, a historic old town and a progressive sensibility into a city that both residents and visitors love. You can explore so much of it without spending a lot of money. Learn about ten free things to do, both indoor and out, that will give you a taste of what Portland is all about. Tour.  Secrets … [Read More...]