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XRAY.fm would like to acknowledge the following partners for contributing to our station.

These forward-thinking organizations had the vision to support the growth of purpose-driven media in Portland. We are deeply appreciative for their help! Please support these organizations and patronize these businesses whenever you have the chance. And when you do, tell them XRAY.fm sent you.


Full line pet supply shop to meet all of your animals needs and a pet-friendly Garden Center. All located in the Kenton Neighborhood.
Aprch CBD sparkling water is a dedicated and refreshing wellness beverage for people who need the benefits of vitamins, L-Theanine, CBD, without the high-caffeine or sugar levels that other drinks deliver.
Cowbell is an importer and distributor of specialty foods that focuses on traditional European and American artisan cheese. Located in Southeast Portland's historic Produce Row, orders are available for curbside pickup with their specialty cheese shop open to the public Wednesday through Sunday, 12 PM to 6PM. For more information, visit CowbellPDX.com.
Tender Loving Empire is a record label, retail consignment shop, and screen-printing studio focused on supporting handmade art and music while fostering community exchange.
Located in The Emery and offering a impeccable selection of dog and cat supplies that will fit every pets needs. We can't wait to meet you!
Electric Lettuce is a recreational dispensary where classic 1960s pot culture meets the best of modern cannabis. Operating on a Higher Frequency since 2017, the locally-owned shops are decked out with groovy apparel and accessories; excellent edibles, concentrates, and vaporizers, and high powered-flower—by the gram and the pre-roll. Electric Lettuce celebrates the heyday of the counterculture, before reefer was legal and disco ruined it all; when threads were still boss and dope just meant grass. Locations in NE Portland, Cedar Hills, Beaverton, and Oregon City. More information at electriclettuce.com
Founded in 2006 by Portland real estate developer Brian Wannamaker, the Falcon model is a rare thing: a privately funded arts organization. This allows working artists to thrive while other residents of the community can enjoy a higher quality of life throughout the neighborhood and feel good about contributing to the success of these artists.
Literary Arts is a community-based nonprofit literary center located in downtown Portland, with a 32-year history of serving Oregon’s readers and writers. Programs include Portland Arts & Lectures, one of the country’s largest lecture series; Oregon Book Awards & Fellowships, which celebrates Oregon’s writers and independent publishers; Youth Programs, which inspires students to write, revise, edit, publish, and perform their own creative writing; and Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival, which builds community around literature through author events, workshops, a book fair, and more.
With eco-brewpubs in Portland and Vancouver, Hopworks is a B Corp committed to brewing exceptional, sustainable beer in the world’s first Salmon-Safe certified brewery site. Learn more at HopworksBeer.com.
P-Town Couriers LLC is Portland's freshest bicycle food delivery service delivering to the Portland metro area in an hour or less, deliver 7 days a week from 11am-10pm, lunch, dinner and everything in between. More information and a list of local eateries they work with can be found at PDXCCC.com.
Located in Portland’s Historic Mississippi District: the acclaimed former neighborhood Baptist church turned recording studio turned music venue. The venue offers show-goers incredible acoustics and sight lines. We also smacked Bar Bar right onto the side the of Mississippi Studios back in 2010. Bar Bar is home to one of the best burgers in town. It is a fun spot which has two large outdoor covered patios, indoor seating, and a secret garden way in back.
Since opening in the late ’90s, this pioneer of local ink parlors (P-town claimed fewer than 10 tattoo shops when Atlas opened, compared to around 83 now) has been our tat-crazed town’s de facto skin engraver of record.
A female friendly sex toy boutique for every body in lovely Portland, Oregon.
Located in downtown St. John's, Revolutions is a small, independent bookstore specializing in a curated selection of mostly used books, some new books, vinyl, and collectibles with a bold selection in all genres, especially everything weird and wonderful. Call 971-288-2391 for more information.
Healthy, practical, and affordable pet products, and unique accessories in the heart of North Portland.
For over a century Mutual Materials has been the leading manufacturer and distributor of masonry and hardscape products in the Pacific Northwest.
Umi Organic makes fresh, organic ramen and yakisoba noodles and sauces right here in Portland. Find their noodles at local grocery stores like New Seasons, Cherry Sprout and the co-ops; farmers markets; and through home delivery companies Alpenrose and MilkRun. Find more than 50 recipes at UmiOrganic.com.
Your “one-stop shop” for printing, direct mail, and promotional products. We provide marketing products for businesses nationwide.
¿Por Que No? strives to support our local economy, whether it means using line caught fish and local meats or remodeling with recycled materials. We have traveled from the Pacific Coast of Mexico to the mountains of Oaxaca to share the flavors and the essence of what we found. In the end, it’s all about the food and the community of people who enjoy it!
Control Voltage is a specialized music instrument shop focused on electronic instruments. With a focus on new modular, analog, and digital synthesizers as well as vintage and used gear.
At Case Study Coffee, everything is made with love, intention, and care. Alongside the unique drive to remain DIY, handmade, and local, Case Study Coffee thrives by maintaining direct relationships with many people in the greater coffee industry.
Flutter opened its doors in 2006 and is located on Mississippi Avenue in North Portland. Flutter, true to its tagline, is a delightful disarray of found objects and clutter. With its peacock blue walls, sparkling chandeliers and charming displays, this elegant shop combines classic, vintage and one-of-a kind items from around the world.
New Deal Distillery has been proudly crafting small-batch, award-winning spirits in Portland’s Southeast industrial district since 2004. We offer a wide range of spirits made from natural, high-quality ingredients and distilled on our custom copper still. New Deal can be found at liquor stores, farmer’s markets, restaurants, bars, and our tasting room at 900 SE Salmon. Visit us and sample what we’ve been up to lately.
Portland’s log cabin of live music, featuring food, drinks, and a whole lotta wood. Proudly part of the lower East Burnside neighborhood, Doug Fir Lounge is open 7 days a week from 7am until late.
MusicPortland is the united voice of Portland’s music economy. Independent Together.
Located in Southeast Portland on the corner of 56th and Foster, Slingshot Lounge offers an expansive game room, scratch cocktails, and a craft kitchen with a full menu until 2am. Happy hour available weekdays from 3 to 7, and brunch weekends from noon to 4. Slingshot Lounge: Decentralizing Portland since 2007.
We are a Portland based outdoor advertising company with a great variety of amazing locations and spectacular options. Get in touch with us to discuss how you can have your brand and message seen by thousands of Portlanders, every day.
A community-owned cooperative grocery store where everyone can shop! With an emphasis on local, organic, affordable, and socially responsible sources, the co-op offers a full range of groceries.
A true classic in every sense, the historic Hollywood Theatre is being renovated and even improved as the years reel on. If only the people who were here for the Theatre’s Prohibition-era silent film premiere in 1926 could see it now. Their jaws would drop (and so might their beer).
Vortex Music Magazine is Portland’s premier print and online music publication. Our mission is to make the Portland music scene more successful by making it more accessible. Published quarterly, the print magazine features serious, long-form journalism paired with dynamic, original photography, while the website focuses on providing immediate, curated coverage of what’s happening right now alongside a concert calendar, artist and business directories, videos, podcasts, music and more.
Media Institute for Social Change is a public interest media lab, working to inspire, empower, and engage emerging media producers. MISC provides education and training for aspiring media makers through Radio U, an 8 week course in audio production, and the Summer Documentary Program, an intensive crash course in documentary making for college students.
MetroEast Community Media
MetroEast uses media to invigorate civic engagement, inspire diverse voices and strengthen community life. Based in Gresham, they provide access to equipment and affordable training for community members interested in expressing themselves through video.
A rad lil sandwich shop in north portland, dishin up scratch food, sustainable sourcing, and an occasional pun.
Portland's Rum Club has been a perennial favorite for industry folks looking for a post-shift drink since Mike Shea first opened the bar in 2011. Shea worked behind dance club bars before teaming up with his best friend, Kevin Ludwig (of Beaker and Flask fame) to open a cocktail bar with one of the most extensive rum selections in town and off-the-beaten path modifiers including a collection of 5 different orange liqueurs. Many of the cocktail ingredients are made in-house, including a passionfruit syrup, mulled wine grenadine, and house-recipe tonic water.
Historic theater featuring 2nd-run films with pizza, beer, and reservation-only babysitting.

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