Monthly Archives: August 2010

Enterprise story experience

I ended up gathering the bulk of the material for my enterprise story on Friday, August 6. There were three main scenes in it. These were at Churchill Sports Park in the afternoon, Petersen Barn in the late afternoon, and … Continue reading

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The Neighborhood That Could

by Deborah Bloom Today, the Trainsong neighborhood bustles with life, clamoring with children’s laughter and the smell of barbecued hot dogs. Families spread out across blankets, setting up lawn chairs and picnic baskets atop grassy planes. Neighbors hug and relax … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story: Behind the Music

By Jason Bernert Introduction It’s nothing like the iconic tower of Capital Records or the celebrated Abbey Road Studios. They don’t house MTV pop stars or store Grammy awards on their shelves. They do create an environment and support a … Continue reading

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Patrick Meyers Sidebar 1

The Oregon Department of Transportation is reaching out to the community through new media.  For the construction project next to Laurel Hill, ODOT has created a blog for the project.  “Willamette River Bridge Project” is the official name for the … Continue reading

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Patrick Meyers Sidebar 2

The Oregon Department of Transportation has had plans for the project available for the public online.  ODOT put together a presentation about the project and is available to download or view on the website.  The presentation showed many manipulated images … Continue reading

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Sidebar 2: Peter Chavannes Profile

By Michael Wallen Peter Chavannes grew up in Atlanta and went to San Francisco for college. He never wanted to leave. When he graduated with an interdisciplinary bachelor’s, he applied to different graduate programs within the city, seeing if any … Continue reading

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Sidebar 1: Fun For All Data

By Michael Wallen Who: City of Eugene Recreation Services What: Drop-in youth recreation programs When: Weekdays from June 28 to August 27 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at most sites Movie nights 9:00-11:00 pm Fridays, rotating sites Where: 1) Churchill … Continue reading

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Fun For All Summer

By Michael Wallen On a Friday in the middle of June, the last bell of the school year rings for Eugene elementary through high school students. Summer vacation begins. Now parents who work year-round have a quandary. From September to … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story

Film and Digital photographers’ Life By Maiko Ando While technology develops, digital cameras make photography more accessible to everyone. On the other hand, professional photographers encounter the issue of losing their jobs due to the rise of digital. Eugene’s photographers … Continue reading

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Churchill Community Garden: Enterprise Story

How a garden affects a community by Jody Canaday

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