Author Archives: Paige

Personal Profile: Joe Terry

Joe Terry sits at the window at the front of the Supreme Bean fully immersed in a book. His light blue eyes stare intently through silver rimmed glasses at the print. Customers come and go, but Terry shows no signs … Continue reading

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Civic Stadium: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?

Dennis Herbert sits at a table at the Erb Memorial Union, still in his work clothes. His bushy white and gray beard covers his face and the top of his head is concealed by a baseball cap. He is lost … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Update

The ironic thing about the topic of my enterprise piece is that almost every time I went to Friendly neighborhood I passed by Civic Stadium, but never once stopped to check it out. I’ve only had a couple of in … Continue reading

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Hillsboro’s Mini Goat Dilemma

I’m from Hillsboro Oregon and it’s often that events that happen there make national news, let alone an article in the Oregonian. That’s why I was extremely surprised to see an article that was partially about a law being passed … Continue reading

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Giant Tacos at Fina Taqueria

Before we even went into our neighborhood we knew that we were going to have to find a place to get food. Our stomachs led us to Fina Taqueria, a place that we had passed many times while driving down … Continue reading

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The Struggle For Control Over Google

As a follow up to a question on one of our CE quizzes I found an article relating to European nations putting pressure on Google to censor some material that is posted online. The article by Adam Liptak was titled, … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Blog: Sundance Natural Foods

Susie, Chelsea and I explored Amazon neighborhood this evening and came across Sundance Natural Foods. The store definitely has a “hippie” feel to it. Posters and ads plaster the walls outside and large tapestries and ornaments hang from the ceiling. … Continue reading

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Blobfish are real!

Suzi may be the best at finding creepy arachnids, but I’m pretty sure I found the creepiest looking fish in the world. As I was browsing articles on the USA Today website I came across none other than: the blobfish. … Continue reading

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Citizens Praise State of the Union Address

President Obama’s State of the Union address earns approval among Eugene citizens. By Kayla Anchell A survey about President Obama’s State of the Union address found that most Friendly neighborhood residents were impressed with the speech and still confident in … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Blog: Eugene Coffee Company

The nice weather this weekend led me to the outskirts of Friendly neighborhood to Eugene Coffee Company located on Chambers on 18th. The store was small, but conveniently had a drive-thru and covered outdoor area which seems like the perfect … Continue reading

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