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    • Dina Eleanora

      Art #portland photography

    • Nicole Murawski

      Portland is on my bucket list cities!

    • Joan Gale Frank

      The famous Portland sign from Portlandia.

    • PDX Pick

      Home sweet home

    • Jennyvi Dizon

      Possibly a place I will live, not sure yet, I love to travel.

    • Beth Matulich

      Portland- one of my favorite places!

    • Trista Hertz

      My heart lives here!

    • Allyson Yoshiwara

      Portland, Oregon • Dani writes, "The dream of the '90s: still alive Portland!" • "Ever since I saw my first episode of Portlandia, I've been more than a little intrigued by the city. Though the characters are clearly exaggerated, I find them all to be so much more interesting than the cookie-cutter, suit-wearing east coasters I'm so familiar with. (I'm also a little bit in love with the idea that the dream of the '90s is still alive in Portland, an aspect that gives me some weird sense of hope…"

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