Monthly Archives: June 2011

Burgers on the Run in the Whiteaker

Husband and Wife team Steven and Kelly O’Brien grill up burgers all day long for their happy clientele in the Whiteaker district of Eugene.  If you’re craving an All-American burger with all the fixings just make your way over to … Continue reading

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Willamette River Trail Postcard

Here is a audio postcard of the Willlamette River Trail.   By Stacey M. Hollis and Christopher M. Scotti

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Audio Postcard: Eugene Emeralds

Audio postcard from the Eugene Emeralds baseball game.  In the new PK Park, fans gather to support their local baseball team.  Energy and excitement are a must for attending these games. By Reed Nelson and Siobhan Cavan

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Audio Postcard: Cupcakes and Something More

Situated on the west side of Eugene, the Divine Cupcake sells more than just cupcakes; they sell a culture as well. On Friday nights cupcake-goers can find board game night and on Tuesdays trivia night. But on Wednesdays… Story by Ryan … Continue reading

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Audio Post Card: Amazon Pool

Clare Hancock and Ted Shorack Even though the skies were cloudy and a chill wind was blowing on Wednesday afternoon, Eugene’s Amazon Pool was buzzing with energy and excitement as dozens of children took advantage of the facility’s summer schedule.

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When 911 Doesn’t Work: Eugene Experiences 9-1-1 Outage 6/28

Throughout Lane county on Tuesday 9-1-1 wasn’t working. For about an hour residents in Eugene, Springfield, Creswell, Junction City, Veneta, Mohawk Valley, McKenzie, Dexter, Lowell and Pleasant Hill got a busy signal when they dialed 9-1-1. News spread quickly on … Continue reading

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Bicycle Highs and Lows

In the world of Eugene bicycling, this week started out with the beginning of a repaving project on Alder Street which is a road commonly used by University students, including bike commuters. On KVAL’s website the article on the repaving … Continue reading

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Campus Construction has Arrived

There is no escaping the University of Oregon’s road construction. Starting this past Monday, Eugene citizens commuting around the school’s campus have been facing delays, detours, and road closures.  But the residents and commuters are not the only ones suffering … Continue reading

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Forest Fire Season Begins, Just in Time for the 4th

The Register Guard wrote this week on the long standing tension between timber industries and environmental organizations that is being brought to the surface once again. Timber industries are calling for approval from the Obama Administration for greater annual harvests … Continue reading

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Douglas McLennan’s New Media Landscape Talk

Some material for your contemplation: Douglas McLennan, founder and editor of ArtsJournal, often speaks about how to deal with the quickly transforming intersections of print/face-to-face interactions and the internet/virtual connections. The title of the talk you’re about to watch is … Continue reading

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