Tag Archives: New Day Bakery

Enterprise Story: Whiteaker Businesses Survive Challenging Economy

By Sarabeth Oppliger “Is that getting clumpy?” Joel Poston turns to the bartender working on a batch of whipped cream to top off tonight’s drinks. “You’ll have to put that into a stainless steel bowl and use a whisk to … Continue reading

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Monica Adkins: a Woman of Intention

Mother, wife, chiropractor, bicyclist, woman. Monica Adkins is all of these. She’s a neighbor, a gardener, a dog-owner. Simply put, she is a woman of intention and purpose. It doesn’t take long to feel at ease around Adkins. With her … Continue reading

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Cookies, Coffee, and Community: Building a Home at New Day Bakery

BY SARABETH OPPLIGER “Just give him a job. Don’t follow him everywhere.” Bill Mahoney, dressed in a blue windbreaker and jeans, runs his worked hands through the nest of gray-white hair that rests on his head as he makes his … Continue reading

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Midterm Part IV: Political Views in the Whit

Political frustrations flow through Eugene, Ore. Whiteaker district By Sarabeth Oppliger Journalism/J361 student The campaign for the 2012 Republican candidacy has citizens of the Whiteaker community threatening to leave the country. Kicking off in Iowa on Jan. 3, the GOP … Continue reading

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The Whiteaker Residents Share Their Feelings About the Superbowl

The Superbowl game came and left without the majority of the Whiteaker neighborhood even noticing. By Katie McKinley Superbowl Sunday is oftentimes a highly anticipated event for people regardless if they are avid football fans or not. The event gives … Continue reading

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Whiteaker speaks up about Superbowl Commercials

For many, Superbowl Sunday is a day to enjoy football with family and friends while pigging out on copious amounts of junk food. But for some, the Superbowl means much more than just football. It means commercials. Every year, companies … Continue reading

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A Sunday Afternoon at New Day Bakery

Feeling the ups and downs of the weekend, Maddie and I departed for the Whitaker neighborhood hoping for some quality soul food from Papa’s Soul Kitchen & BBQ. To our displeasure, Papa’s wasn’t open yet. Since interviewing people last Thursday … Continue reading

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Lazy Sunday – Whiteaker

Who says Brails has the best hangover breakfast in Eugene? It’s true, it’s great, but why not venture to Whiteaker when you’re feeling a little 0ff-color after an adventurous Saturday night. New Day Baker was the perfect pick-me-up on a … Continue reading

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The Whitty

As students recovered from the three day weekend across a very passive University of Oregon campus, the Whitaker neighborhood was lively with residents enjoying the holiday. Rich in culture, the Whitaker neighborhood has a “peace and love” vibe carried over … Continue reading

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Whiteaker – a true glimpse of Eugene

This morning, Ryan, Mckenna, Lauren, and I ventured into unknown territory… Whiteaker. I had heard things here and there about the neighborhood. A person once told me that it was the “ghetto” of Eugene. Others have said it’s a place … Continue reading

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