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Sustainable living: Linda Lu, a self-produce gardener

Linda Lu is a fiber artist and gardener who spends most of her time on her work and garden. She has long straight brown hair with a nice soft voice. She nicely welcomed me to her house to see what … Continue reading

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Sundance Natural Foods: One of the best places to find organic food

In the Amazon Neighborhood, one of the biggest advantages for the residents is that they have an organic food store to provide them local and fresh organic foods. The Sundance Natural Foods store was established in 1971 in Eugene, Oregon … Continue reading

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Love Been Surrounded by the Organics

Kristi Yoder is the front end manager of the Sundance Natural Food. Most of her work times are dealing with the customers and the organic foods. Yoder has a lovely smile and brown curly hair with black glasses. Her voice … Continue reading

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Why Organic?

Nowadays people see their health as first priority of their life same as people in the Amazon Neighborhood. The organic foods are starting to win the popularity in the market with amazing speed. From the beginning, residents could only buy … Continue reading

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The Amazon Neighborhood

The Amazon Neighborhood is bounded by 24th Avenue on the north, Agate Street and Laurelwood Golf Course on the east, 30th Avenue on the south, and Amazon Creek on the west. There are two community centers: Amazon Community Center and … Continue reading

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Holiday Market at Lane Events Center

Due to the bad weather on the weekend, nobody seems wanted to go out for entertain themselves before the upcoming thanks giving holidays. I accidently get to know there is a holiday market held in the Lane County Fairgrounds for … Continue reading

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Times Newspaper: All-You-Can-Eat

During the weekend, I have read an article “Times Newspaper Outlines All-You-Can-Eat Model,” written by Julian Lee. The article discussed about that the The Times of london are planning to launch a new services to their users that users can … Continue reading

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Masonic Cemetery: The History of Eugene

The Masonic Cemetery which located at University Street is an important place to represent the history of Eugene. It is the first official burial place in the city and also the place is the city’s founder, Eugene F. Skinner, resting … Continue reading

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The Relationship Between Twitter and Journalism

Twitter is the most popular social networking allowed its users to communicate and update information to exchange with others. Twitter can also simply t set up in your cell phone to read and tweet about anything you want to talk … Continue reading

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Loving Her Life as Part of the Community

“Hi, how are you? How’s your day?” She gives her warmest smiles and greetings to every customer who enters the store. The customers would not just pass by to get what they want. Kristi Yoder is always busy waking around … Continue reading

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