Tag Archives: Tsunami Books

The Secondhand Solution

Resale shops in Eugene offer the frugal buyer a variety of choices By Sydney Bouchat In here, nothing bought is ever new. Each item comes from humble, often desperate, beginnings. Every worn out ’90s television speaker, every tarnished gold necklace, … Continue reading

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U.S.S. Enterprise – Update 2

My enterprise story concerning business trends of secondhand stores in Eugene is underway! Thus far, I have completed preliminary interviews with the owners of two stores in Eugene: Your Place and Northwest Pawn. While I believe pawn shops fit well … Continue reading

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U.S.S. Enterprise update

For my enterprise story, I am analyzing the business trends of secondhand stores in Eugene. Thus far in quest, I have contacted three businesses: Your Place(secondhand shop), Northwest Pawn (pawn shop) and Ace Trading Co. (pawn shop). I was able to contact the … Continue reading

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Hopes and Concerns About Upcoming Election in Friendly

By Mitch Rymeski With the clock ticking down to the final moments before the last ballots are cast in the midterm election, residents of Friendly hope voters do the right thing for their community. The measures, which include initiatives for … Continue reading

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Downed Economy Receives Fresh Outlook

Friendly neighbors and businesses try to remain positive through recession By: Susie Bartel The current state of the economy has been difficult to manage for many businesses and individuals, but there is a slight sense of optimism among a Eugene … Continue reading

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Positive Perspectives on Recession

Eugene citizens and business owners are largely unaffected by the recession and looking on the bright side. By Chelsea Bishop University of Oregon Reporting 1 students conducted interviews of two Friendly-area business owners and one individual on Tuesday and Wednesday … Continue reading

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Friendly Attitudes Ease Impact of Recession

The state of the economy hasn’t seriously affected citizens and businesses in Friendly neighborhood. By Kayla Anchell A survey conducted Tuesday and Wednesday by University of Oregon reporting students found that although the economy is in a weakened state, residents … Continue reading

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Tsunami Books

During our last neighborhood assignment we interviewed an employee at Capella Market who said that one of his favorite places in Friendly neighborhood was Tsunami Books, so I decided to have a look for myself today. The outside of the … Continue reading

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