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September 9th, 2009 BEN WATERHOUSE | Cheapskate
 

The Best Cheap And Free Deals In Town

     
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HOPE THEY SERVE PIGSKIN: The Red Room, Northeast 82nd Avenue’s best rock-’n’-roll sports bar, will serve free breakfast all day Sunday to celebrate NFL opening weekend. 2530 NE 82nd Ave., 256-3399, redroomportland.com. 9 am-close Sunday, Sept. 13.

YEE-HAW!: Handles of Jim Beam are discounted $8 this month to $27.95. Visit oregonliquorsearch.com to find a store near you.

YES YOU CAN, AND DEHYDRATE: Oregon Culinary Institute’s Chef Dan Brophy teaches a free food-preservation class this Sunday at Farmington Gardens. 21815 SW Farmington Road, Beaverton, 649-4568. Call to register. 1-3 pm Sunday, Sept. 13.

ROCK PARTY: YACHT, M64 and May Ling headline a free benefit (how’s that work?) to re-erect the much-missed Hung Far Low sign and celebrate the release of YACHT’s new album, See Mystery Lights. There will be food, beer, art and “retail.” The parking lot between Northwest 4th and 5th avenues at Northwest Davis Street. 3-10 pm Saturday, Sept. 12. Free. All ages.

DOG DAYS OF AUTUMN: SuperDog, downtown Portland’s finest purveyor of delicious emulsified meats, is celebrating its fourth anniversary by rolling prices back to 2005—$2.95 for Nathan’s Famous and $3.95 for house gourmet sausages—through the end of October. Drop by after 4 pm and get a Nathan’s dog and a 16-ounce PBR for $4.20. 1438 SW Park Ave., 243-5045 and 1033 SW 6th Ave., 719-4009, superdogpdx.com. Open 11 am-7 pm Monday-Friday, noon-5 pm Saturday-Sunday.

FREE MOVEMENT: Reform Pilates offers free classes from noon-4 pm Saturday. Also on Saturday, BodyVox offers free dance classes in ballet, modern and contemporary for kids and adults from 9 am-2 pm. Pilates: 828 SE 34th Ave., 232-3560, reformpilatespdx.com. Dance: 1201 NW 17th Ave., 229-0627. See bodyvox.com/dance-class for details.

 
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