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” Nothing But a Brand Name”
Why are we as consumers more inclined to buy global brand products compared to local brand?

Braja Apparel is a local brand that embodies ones lifestyle through style. We offer quality, simple and stylish apparel. Our goal is to provide our customers with the best experience possible. We go beyond just selling a product. We strive to build relationships with each customer. We believe in people over profit and do our best daily to represent that.

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JARFLY
JARFLY
PRETTY THINGS AWAIT. Photographs, Design, DIY, Florals, Recipes, Free Printables.

JARFLY is the creative sketchbook for photographer and designer Jenni Kupelian. Full of works in progress, free downloads and printables, tutorials, DIY, florals and photography, JARFLY is a place where tastemakers can browse pretty things and creatives can swap ideas and gain a little inspiration.

JARFLY BLOG
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Locally Crafted Treasures
Curated, authentic, affordable, handmade quality goods, made in small batches. Fall in love with its unique story and connect with local designers

Do you enjoy finding something — a piece of jewelry, an accessory or home decor item — something, that so perfectly captures who you are and reflects your uniqueness to the world? Imagine discovering the story behind its creation — the story of the artist and how their experiences inspired that piece you’ve now come to treasure. Now, you own not just another item but a unique piece with a story, and a deeper appreciation of your find.

Join us on a journey to discover limited edition goods that express your individuality, uncover the inspiration behind its design and support our community. And if you are a local artisan passionate about your craft, we invite you to join us as a designer. We would love to share your story and designs.

Locally Crafted Treasures
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Lollipopsicle
Lollipopsicle
A food blog of recipes , travel and wit.

This blog is a collection off original recipes, some healthy, some not, but all made with fresh ingredients, based on seasonal eating. A small collections of my travel adventures.

Alexandra Jones
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Portlandivore
Portlandivore
Cooking and eating my way through Portland one seasonal, local ingredient at a time.

I like to weave snippets from my life into short stories that accompany the recipes- whether it is a story about the first time I ate fried squash blossoms or a humorous piece about the hidden dangers of divorce: surplus baked goods.

http://www.portlandivore.com
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The B List
The B List
Read about how this native Oregonian navigates life, love, and style in the Pacific Northwest.

My name’s Brittany Daoud, and I live in the vibrant city of Portland, Oregon (that’s pronounced “or-eh-gun” for those of you who aren’t from around here). I created this blog as a way to document my experiences and how I see the world. Here on The B List you’ll read all about life in the Pacific Northwest, as well as how this native Oregonian navigates life and love here and around the world (hint: I get by with a little help from my friends). So here’s to Saturday morning coffee dates, late night travel planning, food, food, and more food, and the occasional fluffy Persian cat.

http://www.theblistblog.com
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The Spicy Bee
The Spicy Bee
The quintessential Portland food blog

See reviews on great restaurants when you want to dine out on the town and deliciously healthy recipes when you want to stay in. Recipes are dairy-free and gluten-free adaptable. Since food and travel go hand-in-hand, stay tuned for where to eat when you’re traveling throughout the Pacific Northwest too!

The Spicy Bee Food Blog
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vegetarianPDX
vegetarianPDX
Food news and reviews for those of us who choose meat-free!

vegetarianPDX knows that vegetarian food can get a bad rap, but there are lots of delicious options. Also, we love sandwiches.

http://vegetarianpdx.com
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vegetarianPDX
vegetarianPDX
Exploring tasty food around Portland that also happens to be meat-free.

vegetarianPDX is a resource for vegetarian diners in Portland, and a fun destination for omnivores as well.

http://vegetarianpdx.com
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