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CSA’s in Eugene

By: Kathy Kwong The Corner Market, located on River Rd, near chambers in Eugene, Oregon is open year round (dependent on available produce that year) to provide locally grown and seasonal produce. Penny Tyrell, owner of The Corner Market is … Continue reading

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Deveron Musgrave: Reusing and Reducing for Glenwood

By: Kathy Kwong It is a dreary Tuesday morning at BRING’s recycling located in Glenwood, Oregon. Last night’s rain lays claim to the facility’s premises. Gray clouds above, and a cool moist, breeze begin the day for employees at this … Continue reading

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Q & A with Grant Butler, Food/arts writer for The Oregonian’s Foodday

By: Kathy Kwong Grant Butler, Food/Arts writer for The Oregonian’s FoodDay, A&E, MIX magazine, vegan and movie critic. How did you get started as a food writer/critic? I began writing about food as a part-time restaurant critic for the Statesman … Continue reading

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Glenwood: Not rolling out red carpet for Oscars

By: Kathy Kwong Glenwood area members voiced their opinions of the upcoming Oscars. GLENWOOD, Ore.- Members in the Glenwood neighborhood express their thoughts regarding the upcoming 85th Oscar Academy Awards. Hollywood was not a pressing topic for business owners and … Continue reading

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Glenwood Observation

“Cheers! Happy Birthday Phil!” Like synchronized swimmers, each body gracefully bends at the hip to the center of the table. Cups clatter. Cheers. Muffled words among the crowd. An explosion of laughter erupts. Four balloons suspended in the air fly … Continue reading

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Glenwood Improvement-Or Not

GLENWOOD, Ore – Not much goes on in the community of Glenwood in the middle of winter. Driving through the unincorporated neighborhood, businesses line Franklin Blvd; a pawn shop, a locksmith, uninhabited buildings, a pizza parlor, a reminiscent gas station … Continue reading

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Why’s This so Good? Food Blogs-What we have to learn

As a foodie, I’m naturally drawn to recipes. But recipes and mouth-watering photos to accompany them just make me weak in the knees. But wait, it gets even better. A palate pleasing recipe with photos and the background of how … Continue reading

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Food Blogging on Twitter

Food52 was a food blog I found that caught my interest because of the way they started-small and as a community. I think its important to realize that sometimes we just have to start from the very bottom. Thats what … Continue reading

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Eating as a hobby and for good reason

By: Kathy Kwong Food is undoubtedly a part of each of our lives. It comes in various shapes, sizes, textures, colors, ingredients (some hidden or conveniently mislabeled), and even with varying smells. For me, it is a very important part … Continue reading

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  We all have to eat sometime, right? In case you were wondering, we’ll be eating for the rest of our existence. Fortunately for me, I live for food. Or is it because of food, therefore I live? It doesn’t … Continue reading

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