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Wild Wild Westraunts

By Michael Wallen EUGENE, Ore. – The name Dickie Jo’s stands for co-owner Jim West’s parents, Richard and Joanne. Richard West was dean of the University of Oregon business school in the mid-1970s. That was a quarter century after taking … Continue reading

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Dickie Jo’s Brings a Better Burger at a Better Price

By Jason Bernert Dickie Jo’s opened its newest location last Saturday just outside the Valley River Center and it will be just one of many new locations. The owner, manager and founder of Dickie Jo’s Burgers, Jim West is a … Continue reading

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Friendly: The Other Side of 18th Avenue

Eighteenth Avenue is the worst-paved road in Eugene. Pockmarked and unevenly patched, it seems to serve as the proving-ground for would-be road-workers. Lumbering west, the pavement is interrupted by a gaping rectangular pit. Despite the steady rain, orange-clad men push … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Swap: Tiny Tavern

By Joseph Geglia Tiny Tavern, located on Blair Boulevard between 3rd and 4th Avenue is not the place you would typically find two undergraduates on a Monday night. Yet that is where Kan and I decided to go after Ryan, … Continue reading

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