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August 12th, 2009 BEN WATERHOUSE | Cheapskate
 

The Best Cheap And Free Deals In Town

     
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OUR DAILY KILLER: Dave’s Killer Bread, the best bread made by a mustachioed former armed robber and meth addict that we’ve ever tasted, is now available at WinCo Foods for just $3.48 per mysteriously tasty, seed-filled, whole-grain loaf. WinCo, 11250 SE 82nd Ave., 1222 NE 102nd Ave., and 1950 NE 122nd Ave.

THE BIRDS SING WORDS: The Red Room, Northeast 82nd Avenue’s best rock-’n’-roll sports bar, now offers $5 tiki cocktails Tuesday nights. Throw on a hideous Hawaiian shirt and a pair of aviators, crank up the Don Ho and slurp down a few planter’s punches. 2530 NE 82nd Ave., 256-3399, redroomportland.com.

SAUSAGE PARTY: Wayne’s Chicago Red Hots hosts a “Chi-town Throw Down” for the Midwestern transplants of Portland this Sunday, Aug. 16. The fun includes music, prizes, the Cubs game, discounted dogs and cans of Old Style beer. Wayne’s, 3901 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 493-4537. 11:30 am Sunday, Aug. 16. Free.

MEET THE NEIGHBORS: Our United Villages hosts an “Intercultural Community Gathering” Saturday, Aug. 15, at Overlook Park. Portlanders from every background will participate in facilitated conversations and share their languages, games and stories. Not your idea of a good time? How about free barbecue chicken at noon? Overlook Park, North Fremont Street and Interstate Avenue, ourunitedvillages.org. 11 am-5 pm Saturday, Aug. 15. Free.

YOU STAY CLASSY: Pioneer Square’s free “Flicks on the Bricks” film series nears its end with Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy Friday, Aug. 14. Don’t want to bother with parking? Portland Parks and Rec screens last year’s best popcorn flick, Iron Man, at Lents Park on Saturday. Anchorman: Pioneer Courthouse Square, 715 SW Morrison St. Iron Man: Lents Park, Southeast 92nd Avenue and Holgate Street. Both movies begin at dusk.

SING IT, BROTHER: Old Believers, the sweetly voiced duo of Nelson Kempf and Keeley Boyle, plus friends, perform their folky acoustic pop al fresco in the street between the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and Antoinette Hatfield Hall. Sharing the bill is Autopilot Is for Lovers, another folky acoustic duo. Southwest Main Street and Broadway. 5 pm Wednesday, Aug. 12. Free. IMAGE: Jason Quigley

 
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