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Downtown Explores Novel Ways To Fight Crime

by Steve Zegalia Background Stop on the corner of 10th and Willamette in Eugene’s downtown, and you’ll see clear sidewalks and a busy flow of foot traffic through Eugene Station and local businesses. Although it is a relatively calm place … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Outline

Lede and Intro-Detailing the daily scene at Eugene Station, providing background on Eugene Station, i.e. how many people it services, how it draws people to downtown. Also talk about the potential for crime and vandalism in the downtown area around … Continue reading

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Enterprise Project Update

I was planning on going to Eugene Station today to talk to some businesses and people at Eugene Station, but the weather made that impossible, so I’ll be there tomorrow. In addition to business owners and Eugene station employees and … Continue reading

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Tattooing becomes a way of life

by Steve Zegalia High Priestess has a welcoming, quiet waiting room, but step through the door to the tattooing rooms and you’ll enter a different world. The buzzing of needles and loud music pervades the air, over which the chatter … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day in Philadelphia

Valentine’s Day is upon us, and seeing as this blog is dedicated to the City of Brotherly Love, it might be time to talk about some Valentine’s Day activities that you could undertake if you find yourself in Philadelphia on … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Commercials: Downtown Residents Discuss

by Steve Zegalia Eugene, Oregon- Super Bowl XLV, between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers, attracted 111 million viewers when it was aired on Fox, making it the most viewed telecast in broadcast history. The game itself isn’t … Continue reading

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Tweets From Around Philadelphia

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Outposts from the Outskirts of Downtown

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Interview with Philadelphia Daily News writer and blogger Will Bunch

Q: How did you begin blogging? Was Attytood your idea or your editor’s at the DN? How long have you been blogging for? A: In 2004, I became interested in blogging for a couple of reasons. Like most newspaper people, … Continue reading

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Philip Glende Visits Class

Where do you go to find objective news? What does that term even mean? How has objectivity and bias in the news changed over time? Philip Glende asked all these questions and more when he visited the class of Journalism … Continue reading

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