Tag Archives: Voodoo Doughnuts

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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The Heart of Eugene

BY Katie Rosenblad EUGENE, Ore. — Downtown Eugene is unlike many other downtown areas I have spent time in. It has a style of its own that is retro with touches of new and old. It is full of creativity … Continue reading

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Why Is This so Good? Alan Richman’s Portland Food Scene Article Exudes Excellence

By: Rachel Davidson I never would have guessed that GQ magazine would produce such amazing food articles. Yet, here I am amazed at the brilliance of Alan Richman. Richman is a food and travel-contributing writer for GQ magazine. With an … Continue reading

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Poverty and Crime With a Touch of Hope

Locals express their concerns and optimism for downtown Eugene. By Samantha Thom While for many college students downtown is the mecca of bars, dance clubs, and Voodoo Doughnuts, those working and living in the area are feeling uncomfortable and unsafe … Continue reading

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Downtown Eugene: The Quintessential Melting Pot

If you were to spend an afternoon walking around Eugene, you would see that this entire city’s zany, sporadic and unique traits can all be manifested into one place: downtown. With its wide range of businesses, be it the impossible-to-miss … Continue reading

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Downtown population weighs in on benefits of the neighborhood

Residents, workers, and roamers of downtown Eugene agree on one thing: it’s a great place to live or work but it needs improvement. The neighborhood, which is known for its vacant lots and flagging businesses, has long been thought to … Continue reading

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Arts and Oddities of Downtown Eugene

Generally speaking, downtown Eugene is located along the boundaries of what was once the Downtown Commission, as well as the Whiteaker Community Council, the Jefferson Westside Neighbors, and the West University Neighborhood. Our group was anxious to head out on … Continue reading

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Downtown Midterm Post

Are the Homeless People the Problem? Downtown Eugene is trying to change the way its viewed By Spencer Schloss On a brisk Halloween afternoon the streets of downtown Eugene are quiet and calm as local businesses and restaurants patiently wait … Continue reading

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Downtown Midterm

Homeless people thrive in Eugene much like anywhere else in the world, but in downtown Eugene it is one of the main problems. The abundance of homeless people is downtown is one of the reasons for lack of economic boom. … 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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