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Q&A: Territorial Vineyard & Wine Company

Pictures & Text by: Arturo “Tito” Onesto Eugene, Ore – Alan Mitchell is the owner of Territorial. He along with another family provides the grapes that are used to make Territorial Wines in their urban winemaking facility, which is located … Continue reading

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Ron LaFond

Picture & Text by: Arturo “Tito” Onesto Eugene, Ore – His house is hard to miss painted purple with green trim. Aside from the color the house the huge murals that surround his home give insight of the man who … Continue reading

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Dynamic Water and Knowledge: The River Guide’s Motto

BY Devin Ream Being a river guide sounds like a job that is too good to be true, you get to be outdoors, you only work 8 months of the year, and you get to work with people who are … Continue reading

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Increase In College Students Helps Downtown Flourish

By: Alex Altman Eugene, ORE. – The city of Eugene has been working on improving their downtown area for the past few years, and college students have something to do with that. With an increasing number of students coming to … Continue reading

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Growing Up and Moving On: A Ceremony of Sorts

BY Travis Loose SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – The students have taken their places on the rostrum. Seventy-six in total, most are twitching and swaying nervously, anxiously awaiting instruction for what to do with themselves. As a teacher begins strumming her guitar, … Continue reading

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Bringing Community Together: The 2014 Great Whiteaker Cleanup

By Michaela Gilmer EUGENE, Ore.—It was a beautiful, sunny Sunday afternoon at Scobert Part in the Whiteaker neighborhood. There in the middle of the park stood Wonder Woman. With a trash grabber tool in one hand and a bright pink … Continue reading

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A Journey Through Beer

By Matt Scotton The Whiteaker neighborhood is chalked full of breweries, but not everyone loves beer the second they try it. Nevertheless it seems as if everyone has an opinion and wants to help you as you try them all. … Continue reading

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Graphic Design & The Commercial World

By: Bryan Cargill Jefferson Westside Neighbors is host to many graphic artists, some work from home while others own growing design shops. Their work ranges from making shirts for University of Oregon intramural teams to supporting local companies like Ninkasi. … Continue reading

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Q&A with Sports Illustrated Writer Robert Klemko

By: Michaela Gilmer Robert Klemko is a pro football writer at Sports Illustrated (SI). Klemko also writes for an online publication covering the NFL, Monday Morning Quarter Back (MMQB). Klemko’s coverage does not focus on following teams and individual games … Continue reading

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Q&A With Dennis Scimeca

By Travis Loose This is an edited email interview with Dennis Scimeca, a video game journalism freelance writer from Boston, Mass. He has been published by Kotaku, G4, The Escapist and Ars Technica. His compiled works can be found on his blog, punchingsnakes.com. What is the most important thing an … Continue reading

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