Monthly Archives: October 2011

Washington/Jefferson Park provides beneficial resource for Whiteaker Neighborhood

Located within the Whiteaker neighborhood is Washington/Jefferson Park. It is located between Washington street and Jefferson street, and runs from 1st Ave. to 7th Ave. The main attraction of the park is a covered 18,000 square foot skate park located … Continue reading

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Jefferson Westside Neighbors at your service

Jefferson Westside Neighbors has something for everyone. Diversity is celebrated in this vibrant community, and this is reflected in the business and services offered throughout the neighborhood. Museums and Art Jefferson Westside offers a variety of exhibits and events to … Continue reading

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Whiteaker Head Start Helps ELL Children Feel at Home

Young English Language Learners are celebrated within the walls of Whiteaker’s Head Start program located at 21 N. Grand Street. This particular Head Start school is designed for preschoolers so the age range of students is from 3 to 5 … Continue reading

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Whiteaker Neighborhood Resources

The Whiteaker neighborhood is known for its eclectic mix of restaurants, beaneries, and breweries. However, the Whiteaker also provides a wide range of community services to its, just as varied, population. Community Organizations Whiteaker Community Council Online Newsletter for Blogs, … Continue reading

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What’s Going on with Civic Stadium?

Civic Stadium, located near E. 20th Avenue and Willamette Street, has been property of the Eugene 4J School District since its construction in 1938. But with the Eugene Emeralds minor league baseball team leaving Civic Stadium to play at the … Continue reading

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Q&A With HitFix’s Alan Sepinwall

Alan Sepinwall is a reviewer and writer who has reported on television for the better part of the past two decades. He started reviewing television while attending college at the University of Pennsylvania before becoming the television columnist for the … Continue reading

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Friendly Area Neighborhood Reference Links

Below is a list of businesses, schools and parks that are resourceful within the Friendly Neighborhood community. From the French Immersion School to the Community Emergency Response Team, it is easy to find something for everyone in this area. Medical … Continue reading

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Q&A With Fashion Blogger Breanne Gratton

Breanne Gratton is a graduate student at University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication. She currently works as an editor for both the U.S. and U.K. CollegeFashionista fashion websites. On top of that, she keeps her own fashion blog which has opened many … Continue reading

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Downtown Eugene Association

The Downtown Association of Eugene is located South of the eccentric Whiteaker Neighborhood. West and south of Downtown is the Jefferson Westside Neighborhoods and the West University Neighborhood is located to the south and east. Here is your one stop for all … Continue reading

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Q & A with Boston Herald’s Ian Rapoport

Ian Rapoport is a New England Patriots beat reporter, who has been with the Boston Herald for about 2 and a half years. Before the Herald, Rapoport covered coach Nick Saban and Alabama for The Birmingham News. He has also … Continue reading

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