Tag Archives: Friendly Neighborhood

Friendly neighborhood lives up to its name

Friendly neighborhood has begun the process of repaving tattered roads, the only grievance in which residents of Friendly have noticed. Other than the roads, Friendly neighborhood residents view the markets, community spaces, and people as a unified group that support … Continue reading

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Friendly Area Residents Discuss How Their Neighbors Repeatedly Support Each Other

Friendly neighborhood is scheduled to have road repairs this season — and the state of the roads is the only complaint some residents of Friendly have about their area at all. “They’re already working on the roads, and the roads … Continue reading

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Experience the “Friendliness” of Friendly Neighborhood

Friendly Neighborhood is centered around its namesake, Friendly Street, which is located between Adams and Monroe St. This neighborhood was named after a 19th century admired mayor of Eugene, Sam Friendly. The area is filled with many friendly, bright, and … Continue reading

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Friendly Neighborhood Charter Schools Finding Their Way

Emily Burton is a master of organizing chaos. Five days out of every week, Burton gracefully moves through a homey classroom bustling with the sounds of small hands busy with tasks of every variety. Shuffling in between stacks of colorful … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap: Josh Chamberlain’s Journey Into Tea

BY AARON MARINEAU Josh Chamberlain’s hands sweep across the modern, black countertop of his shop. His rough fingers gesticulating nimbly in a delicately detailed dance that not everyone would recognize. Swish. Swish. Swish. His digits flash into positions with a … Continue reading

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Midterm Part IV: Friendly Area Residents Share Mixed Feelings about GOP Elections

The four presidential Republican primaries Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum may not get much support from voters in the Friendly Area Neighborhood. With the Republican primary elections beggining, Friendly residents voice their mixed opinions on the … Continue reading

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Midterm, Part IV — Friendly Street Neighborhood Residents Lean Left

Reactions from local residents on the upcoming presidential election show favor toward the Democratic party. BY Shawn Cook EUGENE — Folks in the Friendly Street neighborhood shared differing political outlooks today, but tended to remain similar in their optimism about … Continue reading

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Midterm IV: Presidential Election Reactions in the Friendly Neighborhood

Presidential Election Produces Mixed Feelings in Friendly neighborhood Citizens’ voices a grab bag of concerns, favorites, candidates and issues in the Friendly neighborhood. By: Aaron Marineau Eugene–With the Republican presidential primaries in full swing, citizens of the Friendly neighborhood are … Continue reading

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Creeping in the Friendly Neighborhood

The sharp creak of the wooden doors is the only sound that punctuates the mix of shuffling feet, steaming espresso machines, and whispers of good conversation. “Order up! One chai latte for here,” shouts a tall, thin, brunette girl from … Continue reading

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Plethora of parks, shopping, make Friendly neighborhood ideal for families

Home to nearby shopping centers, rolling hills graced by some of Eugene’s quainter homes, and more parkland than even the most spritely dog would know what to do with, the Friendly neighborhood is living up to its name as one … Continue reading

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