Monthly Archives: November 2012

Q&A With Underground Hip-Hop/Rap Blogger: Esau Howard

-Jenny Affan Esau Howard is currently an active blogger for Kevin Nottingham, as well as a few others that he mentions in the Q & A. I had recently commented on a previous editorial he had written. Follow his twitter … Continue reading

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Q&A With Filmmaker & Skier

I had the privelage to do a Q&A with TJ David (@TJ_SKIS), an avid big mountain skier & filmmaker. Other than scouting out the best backcountry terrain, David produces and creates short films highlighting his athletic skill and outdoor experiences, … Continue reading

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Bikes and Burritos

By Lauryn Newson It was 5:45 pm and time for work. All was calm and quiet in the First Baptist owned Alpha Omega house on 13th and Kincaid except for the sound of distant voices that murmured in unknown places.  … Continue reading

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Leaving a legacy

by Shelby Hawkinson The church was packed and people overflowed into the street the day of Greg Evans’ father’s funeral. Even at the age of four, Evans remembers that day and the feelings and emotions surrounding his father vividly. “When … Continue reading

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The Prolonged Retirement of Richard Hughes

Richard Hughes stares through a window at Full City Coffee Roasters on 13th Avenue and High Street. The rain drizzles down in a steady pour, a late weather shift for the rainy Willamette Valley. A cup of green tea steams … Continue reading

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Profile: Lee Shoemaker Dedicated City Employee

Lee Shoemaker walks down the halls of a silent office building with stern white walls, beside conference rooms with keypad doors. His grey tennis shoes, with a bright lime green stripe, pad softly on the carpeting. You can tell a … Continue reading

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Profile – Justin James

By Chriss Goschie When you think of the typical skater, a lot of negative images come to mind: drugs, graffiti and deviancy. It doesn’t sound like the type of person you’d want in your community. Justin James might be the … Continue reading

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Profile: Sponsored Skateboarder

By Genevieve Robinson On a rare sunny, fall day in Eugene, a couple of skateboarders seize one of their last chances to get outside and skate before winter weather begins. They take turns skating across a basketball court up onto … Continue reading

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Profile: Investing in Parking Art

Some may wonder about the mysterious person who’s in charge of every parking space in Eugene, in charge of the parking enforcement who write up tickets, and in charge of ensuring the efficiency of parking spaces. The person who walks … Continue reading

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Profile: Full Blown Kustoms airbrush artist

By Jeanne Pastore A couple hours before she passed away, Hubbs’ mother tightly gripped her son’s hand. “This is the year it will come true,” she said. Hubbs chuckled. “What are you talking about?” he asked. She sensed her son … Continue reading

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