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Portland Vegan Food Scene Beat Blog

The city of Portland, Oregon is a hidden gem for many food lovers. Portland houses the most eclectic mix of restaurants and food carts that foodies could ever long for. Among this eclectic food scene, we are seeing a large … Continue reading

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Beat Blog – For the Coffee-Lover in You

It’s 6:30 a.m., and the only reason you’re up is because some idiot set your alarm for this ungodly hour. Then you recall. Oh yes, you have responsibilities. Duties, commitments, plans. But there is a small flicker of hope in … Continue reading

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A Quick Q&A with Graham Elwood

Graham Elwood is a comedian, filmmaker, blogger, and second degree yellow belt out of Los Angeles. He is also a founder of ComedyFilmNerds.com a site where stand-up comics write reviews and column on the movie industry. Along side the site … Continue reading

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Writers Reporting College Life Madness

College Guide to Dating writes a how to blog for mainly straight college males students on how to become more appealing to women at http://collegeguidetodating.com/blog/2009/06/20/forever-21/. ABCnews on Campus is a site with several groups of journalism students from around the nation … Continue reading

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Philadelphia Beat Blog List

The great city of Philadelphia is a hotbed of culture, art, politics, business, and of course, sports. And like many other big cities, there seems to be a blog for any subject that might interest a resident or curious onlooker. … Continue reading

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The Uniform Project: Interactivity and Fundraising

The Uniform Project combines activism, fashion, and fundraising in a way that would not be possible without an interactive platform. Sheena Matheiken connects her Indian heritage to fashion by choosing to wear a uniform (the same black dress) every day … Continue reading

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Analysis: “Pat McCormick, ‘No on 66/67’ Man, Is Chicken”

I recently read an article posted on the Portland Mercury‘s daily blog, Blogtown. After finishing the article I instantly connected the content and layout of the post to many key points that were discussed in class and in chapter eight … Continue reading

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