Tag Archives: Capella Market

Possible hazards of new technology tested in Friendly neighborhood worries community

‘Smart’ meters proposed in neighborhood, some residents concerned about potential job losses and health risks By Ponta Abadi The possible health hazards of a new technological development is scaring some community members of the Friendly Area Neighborhood. The Eugene Water … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Update

Like everyone else it seems, my past week was crammed, though I devoted the past couple of days to starting the smaller parts of my enterprise story such as the profile sidebar and the survey. The profile is on a … Continue reading

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Meet the People of Friendly Neighborhood

After growing up in a large city in southern California, the thought of neighbors making friendly conversation with each other became simply a distant dream. Let’s put it this way: if you were making cookies and ran out of sugar, … Continue reading

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Shopping with sense

Friendly neighborhood shoppers remain loyal to local markets through downed economy By Susie Bartel EUGENE- It was a gloomy Oregon day as the rain fell and drizzled down the windows at Friendly Street Market. The front door slid open intermittently … Continue reading

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Friendly Faces

It was a beautiful day for an outdoor assignment and we started off on Willamette Street. The first local Friendlian we came across was Connor Sullivan, who works at Capella Market in the deli section. Connor lives on Crest Drive … Continue reading

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Nice Day Assignment – Friendly Neighborhood

Today my group and I rather frantically took the Friendly neighborhood by storm, ambushing random people with questions about their opinions of the area. After numerous unsuccessful attempts to find people who actually lived between 18th and 30th and Willamette … Continue reading

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