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Enterprise Story: Friendly Neighborhood Pet Owners Lacking in Funds, Not Love!

By Chelsea Bishop Dante has a soft, short honey-colored coat and trusting amber eyes. He is sweet natured, loving and well behaved – the definition of a good dog. Unfortunately, Dante can be pretty expensive, and the costs have been … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update

By Chelsea Bishop Ah, Week 10. No other week inspires in me such terror-driven motivation. For my Enterprise story, which will focus on the affect of the recession on Friendly pet owners and the businesses that serve them, I have … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: ChatRoulette

By Chelsea Bishop Today I watched a video on CNN.com about ChatRoulette, a new video chat program that allows users to talk face-to-face with random people from all around the world. This program was invented by 17-year-old Andrey Ternovskiy of … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Blog: Fina Taqueria

By Chelsea Bishop Fina Taqueria, a local Mexican food restaurant in the Friendly neighborhood, is located on Willamette St. The restaurant’s owners also own Mucho Gusto, another Oregon-based Mexican food restaurant, and Dickie Jo’s, a 13th Ave. burger joint. Fina Taqueria … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Dangers of Photoshop

By Chelsea Bishop The New York Times article “Photoshop and Photography: When Is It Real?” by David Pogue caught my interest because we’ve just recently been covering the subject of “Photoshopped” photographs in my Media Ethics class, and discussing at … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Switch: From Friendly to Amazon

By Chelsea Bishop Amazon neighborhood‘s Sundance Natural Foods is in a modest building covered in fliers for various events and classes. There’s also a large machine that provides filtered water for 25 cents. While from the outside it doesn’t look … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “Snowmageddon”

By Chelsea Bishop An article on the New Yorker’s website by Steve Coll entitled “Snowpocalypse” struck me as hilarious, and whenever anything makes me laugh I automatically feel more of a connection towards it. Coll’s article was short and simple, … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Blog: Metropol Bakery

By Chelsea Bishop Metropol Bakery is located on Willamette St. and boasts an enticing aroma that travels out the door and successfully lures in customers. The room is narrow and cozy, as a bakery should be, and the lighting is … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: J-Schools Get an F in Finance

By Chelsea Bishop While reading J-Schools Get an F in Finance, I was reminded of the article Doing Journalism in 2010 is an Act of Community Organizing that we read earlier in the term. The gist of both of these … Continue reading

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Positive Perspectives on Recession

Eugene citizens and business owners are largely unaffected by the recession and looking on the bright side. By Chelsea Bishop University of Oregon Reporting 1 students conducted interviews of two Friendly-area business owners and one individual on Tuesday and Wednesday … Continue reading

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