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Musical Blues

BY RUBEN GARCIA Fallout of budget cuts affect music store owners EUGENE, Ore.- On the corner of West Eighth Avenue and Monroe Street in Eugene, Oregon sits a music store called Pacific Winds Music. 9.5 miles away on 35th Avenue … Continue reading

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Broadway Brings Energy to Eugene

BY Katie Rosenblad While some still find themselves nervous to venture into downtown Eugene, those that do visit the city find it a pleasant place to spend their time and they find they have many more options than what they … Continue reading

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The Closing of Kesey Square

By: Alex Guarino Food cart owner Eric Thomason comes to work with gloves every morning to pick up what is leftover from the night before. He picks up broken equipment that was ripped off his restaurant on wheels, used needles, … Continue reading

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Feedback: the musical life

By Corinne Mooney You’re a 20-year-old guitarist and are about to audition for a vocal position in a rock band. You’re nervous as hell and not sure your voice is good enough because you’ve only seen yourself as a guitarist, … Continue reading

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Are We at Disneyland Yet?

By Elizabeth McNamara “I don’t want the public to see the world they live in while they’re in the Park. I want them to feel they’re in another world.”                       … Continue reading

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The End of an Era: High School Graduation Ceremonies

By Mackenzie Henshaw The notes of “Pomp and Circumstance” fill the auditorium as Aaron Davidson walks across the stage in his black cap and gown at the Alta High School graduation ceremony to receive the diploma that marks the end … Continue reading

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One religion, two religion, old religion, new religion

by Allie Burger Laura Cox scans the congregation below her from the altar at the front of the church. The Easter Vigil is packed, comprised of a group of focused gazes shifting from side to side to get a better … Continue reading

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Music in the Digital Age

Brief History of Electronic Music The digital age has transformed many industries, an interesting example of which is the music industry. These days, electronic music, especially Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is arguably the most popular genre, both among the masses … Continue reading

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Concealed Weapon Permits and Firearm Sales up in Lane County

Enterprise Story: Concealed Weapon Permits and Firearm Sales up in Lane County SPRINGFIELD, OR — The year 2012 sadly heard too many gun shots, making it a popular one for gun related crimes in the United States with the three … Continue reading

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Reporting 101 Enterprise: Bicycle culture growing in Pac-12 programs

Pac-12 conference gear up more bicycle programs to students and communities By Nicholas Filipas In today’s world with rising gas prices, cars hogging up the roads, crumbling infrastructure and high tuition, college students in need of transportation across campus and … Continue reading

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