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Beat: Downtown Springfield Observations

By Casey Pechan Momma’s Kitchen is one of the last well lit corners of Downtown Springfield. Occasionally a car silently drives by, its lights briefly flashing past in the darkness. There are no streetlights, and pedestrians have long since retreated … Continue reading

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Silent Observation: Setting the Scene in Cal Young

“It is!” she says, with an open mouth laugh to her male friend. Then she turns to the barista and says “Can I get a grande white mocha?” The smell of coffee floods the nostrils of every customer. Vague human … Continue reading

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It’s Not Just a Drinking Establishment, It’s Everything

The front of the restaurant is empty, but the kitchen is alive with activity as the staff prepares for another busy night. Blending with the whirring of dishwashers and chopping of knives, country music drifts out of an old Japanese … Continue reading

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Fisherman’s Market – Eugene’s Link to the Ocean

This small and successful fish market depends on the health of the Ocean to stay afloat By Myckyal Hunt EUGENE, ORE – It’s just after 11 a.m. and Fisherman’s Market in Eugene, Oregon is already bustling.  Customers are occupying eight … Continue reading

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