Tag Archives: Portland

Enterprise Update

The focus of my enterprise story is on the lack of public school within the Whiteaker neighborhood, and how the neighborhood is affected by it, and in what ways. Such as the resources a school brings to the community, and … Continue reading

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Interview with a Coffee Enthusiast

Kelly Stewart is the editor of Roast Magazine, a bi-monthly publication dedicated to the technical side of coffee and aimed at its roasters. While caring for a 7-month-old baby at home, Stewart still manages to complete her professional duties with … Continue reading

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Cream, Sugar, Twitter

Twitter was built for caffeine-fiends. It’s an energetic social network, and coffee-drinkers are nothing if not energetic. The coffee community has carved out its own corner of the Twitter universe, consisting mainly of coffee businesses, coffee bloggers and the average Joe … Continue reading

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Randi Brown Introduction

Hello, my name is Miranda Brown, but I go by Randi. I am a junior here at the U of O majoring in journalism with a Spanish minor. I was born and raised in Portland, OR, where I was the … 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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Profile: Rob Olson

Voodoo Doughnuts Employee Explains What It’s Like To Work There By Olga Kozinskiy Voodoo Doughnuts, where the magic is in the hole, opened its third location in Eugene Ore., on June 6, 2010. Rob Olson, is an employee who was … Continue reading

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National breweries offer excellent locations to celebrate with your Valentine tonight

Ready for Valentine’s Day? Our blog will guide you to the best breweries, bars and restaurants in your area. So sit back, relax and plan your favorite February holiday with our trendy guide. Valentine’s Day, which will be celebrated this year on … Continue reading

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Animal-Centric Ways to Show You Care this Valentines Day

Help Animal Shelters, and Show Your Affection for a Significant Other, Family Member or Friend at the Same Time By: Olga Kozinskiy The Lu Parker Project is currently working to make sure that all dogs at the L.A. Department of … 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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Current Events Quiz #1

Suzi’s J361/Reporting 1 June 21, 2010 Current Events Quiz #1 1. What scientific event marks today’s date for the Northern Hemisphere? Bonus: What scientific event marks today’s date for the Southern Hemisphere? 2. What’s a vuvuzela? Why is it in … Continue reading

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