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Whiteaker Residents Talk Art, Illegal Drug Abuse

While the Whiteaker neighborhood welcomes an artistic crowd in its all-inclusive community, individuals have expressed concerns about drug use and the homeless population. Zoe Gadsby, a manager at the Ninkasi Brewing Company, feels that the Eugene Mission brings an onset … Continue reading

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The Whiteaker – neighborhood watch.

My group was assigned the Whiteaker area which is by far my favorite neighborhood in Eugene, Ore. The reason The Whit is such a cool location is because of it’s history. It’s named after Oregon’s first Governor John Whiteaker. Unfortunately, I was … Continue reading

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Getting Funky in the Whiteaker Neighborhood

Welcome to the historic Whiteaker neighborhood, where bicycles are plentiful and quirky art is never less than a foot away. Urban shops and sustainable cafes speckle the busy Blair Blvd, with residential pockets flushed around it. The south edge of … Continue reading

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The Whiteaker Audio

The Whiteaker Audio By: Petra Chung, Paul Kiefer, Barbara Bellinger, and Aaron English For more on the Ninkasi Brewery, a longer audio version, recording by Paul Kiefer, can be found here: Ninkasi

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Whiteaker Neighborhood Tour

1. A street sign signaling the Blair Boulevard Historic District. 2. A flyer-covered telephone pole outside Sam Bond’s Garage. 3. Close-up of Sam Bond’s Garage. 4. In the heart of the Whiteaker, a house hangs an anti-war banner. 5. Local … Continue reading

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If Only A Cup Was Bottomless…Reputable Evidence that Eugene is the Brew Mecca of the U.S. For Good or For Worse

‘Brew’nomics and the cultural impact of bars and breweries in the city of Eugene Eugene, OR – The interior of Wetlands Bar & Grill has a genuine, sunny atmosphere despite the drizzle of rain on the sidewalks and streets outside. … Continue reading

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Q & A with Brew Public’s Angelo DeIeso

I recently chatted with Angelo De Ieso II, writer, contributor and owner of Brew Public. Brew Public was started in 2008 by Angelo and has been a great way for Oregonians to read about news bars opening up, new beers that … Continue reading

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Neighborhood blog – I *heart* Zwickelmania

On Saturday, Ryan and I headed to the Whiteaker neighborhood for one of the stops in the Zwickelmania 2010 brew tour. Ninkasi brewery, conveniently located in Whiteaker, had free beer sampling and tours of their brewery from noon until 4 in the afternoon. … Continue reading

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In a Jiffy

Setting off to find a stone left unturned by my classmates of the Amazon neighborhood was a challenge that drove me to the very edge of the neighborhood, but the center of the community, One of the Amazon neighborhood’s biggest … Continue reading

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Twenty-first Century Village Brewer

When Jamie Floyd of Ninkasi Brewing repeats the mantra that hangs above the bar of their new tasting room in the Whiteaker, he means it: Beer is Love. In addition to being a professional brewer, Floyd, a laid-back 30-something with … Continue reading

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