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The Closing of Kesey Square

By: Alex Guarino Food cart owner Eric Thomason comes to work with gloves every morning to pick up what is leftover from the night before. He picks up broken equipment that was ripped off his restaurant on wheels, used needles, … Continue reading

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Christine Beneda – Graphic Designer

EUGENE, Ore. – On the corner of 17th and Van Buren sits a grayish-blue house that is filled with creativity, flourishing nature, and fond memories. Aunt Betties’ salt and pepper collection, family photos, and inspirational paintings hang from the walls. … Continue reading

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20 questions with Ted Simmons

Ted Simmons is writer and editor. He currently lives in New York City. His work has been published on Mass Appeal and Complex.

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JWN: Where they get their news

JWN residents and business owners get their news from different places BY RUBEN GARCIA EUGENE, Ore.- People in the Jefferson Westside Neighbors Neighborhood get their news from various places. Matt Sandler, a professor at the University of Oregon, is well … Continue reading

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JWN: News Survey

By: Bryan Cargill EUGENE, Ore. – Residents of Jefferson Westside Neighbors get their news from a variety of sources. The sunny suburbs of JWN bustled with life as the beautiful Friday afternoon was host to a myriad of outdoor activities … Continue reading

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JWN: Where People Get Their News

When asked about their news consumption, JWN guests’ answers vary By: Rachel Ibanez EUGENE, Ore.- On Friday afternoon, guests of the Jefferson Westside Neighbors neighborhood spoke about how they consume their news. These interviews showed that in a world that … Continue reading

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Local News Broadcasting Features: Why’s This So Good?

By: Rachel Ibanez Tracy Barry, an award winning news anchor for KGW in Portland, did a feature story about ancestry.com. In this story, she sat down with a representative from ancestry.com and traced back her mother’s family history. This story was … Continue reading

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Five Fab Videographers and Companies

By: Bryan Cargill As the age of Twitter allows for quicker and more intimate updates of various professional individuals, we are able to connect through hash tags and only 140 characters. From live on set tweets to camera information to … Continue reading

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Rap Tweets

BY: RUBEN GARCIA Rappers and members of the media do not have a strong relationship. Rapper and producer Kanye West has not been shy about sharing his feelings for the media. Rappers tend to rely on their publicists to get … Continue reading

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Friendly Neighborhood

By Camille Lieurance The beautiful Friendly Neighborhood, which spans from Amazon Creek on the east side, 18th Street on the north side, and Chambers Street on the west side. The southern boundary for the neighborhood is West 29th Avenue to Lorane … Continue reading

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