Monthly Archives: April 2011

Rebecca Sedlak of Food Allergy Cooking

Rebecca Sedlak is the founder of local cooking blog Food Allergy Cooking. A University of Oregon journalism major, Sedlak uses the blog to show people around the community ways to cook around dairy, nuts, and wheat products. While many would … Continue reading

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A Subterrestrial Q&A

Subterrestrial is a Drone/Ambient band out of the bay area that is mainly web-based. I interviewed the creative force of this band Gary Ransford, who also blogs about the group and other bands and activities in the drone and experimental … Continue reading

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Q & A with the gluten-free goddess

Karina Allrich is known as a gluten-free goddess and was given the name by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. Her blog is full of unique and delicious gluten-free recipes that she has created on her own and is happy … Continue reading

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A Quick Q&A with Graham Elwood

Graham Elwood is a comedian, filmmaker, blogger, and second degree yellow belt out of Los Angeles. He is also a founder of ComedyFilmNerds.com a site where stand-up comics write reviews and column on the movie industry. Along side the site … Continue reading

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Q&A with Athens Community

Hannah Smith is the Communication Manager with Visit Athens, a tourist hub that generates information about Athens, Georgia and markets the city as a destination place. Native Georgian she has managed all media and written literature for the website, twitter … Continue reading

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Q&A with SF Chronicle Giants Beat Writer Henry Schulman

Henry Schulman is the Giants beat reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle and has covered the Giants for more than twenty years. Follow him on Twitter or read his blog, The Splash. Before the Giants game in Pittsburg this morning, … Continue reading

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Q&A with Register Guard’s Rob Moseley

Q: How long have you been involved with Oregon football and how did you get started? A: I enrolled atĀ OregonĀ in the fall of 1994, saw my first game at Autzen that season, covered by first game for the school paper … Continue reading

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Q & A with the Register-Guard’s Bob Clark

I did a question and answer session with the Eugene Register-Guard’s beat writer for Oregon men’s basketball, Bob Clark. Clark has been writing for the Register-Guard for over 20 years and had some interesting answers to the questions I posed … Continue reading

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Q&A with Country California, The Gobbler’s Knob and Twang Nation

I interviewed CM Wilcox who lives in Sacramento, California and blogs at Country California about his take on country music. He also takes part in blogging for The 9513, another popular country music blog. Q: What is your title at … Continue reading

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A Q & A with Erin Morris

Erin Morris, 31, is an American woman who now lives in and blogs about Costa Rica. Translating to “of the pure life”, Morris’ blog, De La Pura Vida, tells of her new life in Latin American with her fiance, complete … Continue reading

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