Author Archives: stevendstark

Radio 84 Offers Content

DESPITE BROADER RADIO STRUGGLES Nicholas Deleon, a writer for crunchgear.com, says “… the radio business, as we know it, is truly doomed.” Laurel Savannah writes on blogcritics.com that “FM radio is entering its final, desperate stages of life…” David Sapsted, a … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update

Not much has changed for my Enterprise story. I’ve decided to go Radio 84 and write a piece on the struggles of running an AM music station. I’ve sent an email out with questions that I hope to use as … Continue reading

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Enterprise Progress

I think I’ve taken a step backwards with my enterprise story. I was initially going to use my profile story as part of my enterprise, but I’ve decided not to. After going to the West Eugene Animal Hospital I’ve realized … Continue reading

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Dr. Larsen’s Cool Demeanor

When I went to the West Eugene Animal Hospital, I was hoping to ask a few questions and be on my way. Little did I know I was to witness the most horrifying surgery of my life. For my readers … Continue reading

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Economic Elections

Eugene, Ore.- On the eve of the November 2nd elections, West Eugene citizens are voting for the values most important to them rather than for individual parties. And for most voters, the troubled economy looms large. Mark Denner said we … Continue reading

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Not a Lot of Optimism for Cowboys’ Fans

After another puke-worthy performance this Sunday, Dallas Cowboys’ fans are tweeting their thoughts about the rest of the season and their plan to cope. Here are some of the funnier ones. karlitolansky sabio28 Jtycoon402 BinyaBinyaBITCH JosefX103 PacingPete

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Questions and Answers

Rob Moseley works for the Register-Guard, both in print and online, covering the Oregon Ducks’ football program. Matthew Smith is a blogger for collegefootballnews.com and his nickname is “Mr. Pac-10.” Q: What are some of the major challenges when writing about … Continue reading

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West Eugene’s a Friendly Place

A visit to West Eugene this week gave a good impression of what people are like in the neighborhood. They’re friendly. David Jones, a student at the University of Oregon and a worker at Papa’s Pizza, said the businesses in … Continue reading

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Taco Bell mmmm….

A pungent smell trolls the store, overwhelming customers until it becomes familiar. The suffocating, dank air collapses on nostrils and curls down through the body, collecting in the calves and eventually settles. Lights flicker on and off like in a dirty bathroom, … Continue reading

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The Sky is Falling

The Dallas Cowboys continued their run of pathetic performances Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. They committed 11 penalties for 91 yards, failed to establish their running game, threw two key interceptions, and still had a chance to win. The Cowboys … Continue reading

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