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Arch City Sports Creator Mick Lite: Q&A

BY Devin Ream Mick Lite is the creator of Arch City Sports, a blog about all sports in the St. Louis area.  He covers high school, minor league, and other sports that many journalistic outlets don’t.  He served 11 years … Continue reading

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Mariners Blog: Why’s This So Good

By Matt Scotton Right before Christmas when Robinson Cano signed a contract to be a Seattle Mariner, I was just as excited as everyone else for the early Christmas present. The best second baseman in the Majors was going to … Continue reading

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The Oscars and Why UO Students Aren’t Going To Watch

The Oscars And Why UO Students Aren’t Going To Watch In the midst of earning a degree from the University of Oregon, students say that a lack of time and perhaps a lack of familiarity with the nominees will play … Continue reading

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Beat Blog Q&A: Kristian Winfield of Rip City Project

1. Name: Kristian Winfield 2. Where you are from: Brooklyn, New York 3. What school do you go to: Hampton University, Hampton, Va. 4. When you started at Rip City Project: May 2012 5. What position did you start at: … Continue reading

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Bicyclists approve ballot measure to fix Eugene streets

Measure 20-197 could give new life to nearly 74 lane miles of Eugene streets By Nicholas Filipas J361 Reporter A majority of topics that are discussed during the Presidential elections between President Barack Obama and former governor Mitt Romney tend … Continue reading

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Ballot Measure 20-197 receives support from Bicyclists

Elections are upon us, and issues nation wide and local call the attention of Americans once again to review and decide what will be important factors to vote on for the future. Among these national issues are how our future … Continue reading

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“Why’s this so good?” Blazers Conquer the Nuggets recap

One of my all-time favorite blogs that cover the Portland Trail Blazers and one that I model my own after is Blazer’s Edge. They operate under a larger sports blog network called SB Nation and are covered by local Portland … Continue reading

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Beat Blog Q&A: A View from the Cave

I asked Tom Murphy, who keeps a blog called “A View from the Cave,” some questions about his blogging, background, and experience with the study of global relief and charities. Tell me about your background. What did you study in … Continue reading

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Q&A with blogger, food photographer, and vegetarian, Sala Kannan.

Sala Kannan, vegetable enthusiast and food photographer, shares recipes and tips on her blog, Veggie Belly. The blog consists of a variety of vegetarian recipes inspired by her culture and travels. Kannan is from India, and currently lives in Portland, … Continue reading

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Immigration Tweeters

In the digital age we find ourselves in, social media continues to transform communication. Twitter is a social medium that allows a user to post a “tweet” of 140 characters to his/her feed. Twitterers “follow” other tweeters who are of … Continue reading

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