Tag Archives: Neighborhood

Groceries – The Freedom of Choice

Groceries – The Freedom of Choice Written and photographed by Kyle Hanson McKee Sundance Natural Foods, despite having many competitive chain stores in close proximity, has kept an upstanding and respected relationship amongst the Eugene community while maintaining financial stability … Continue reading

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Organic Performer

Organic Performer By Kyle Hanson McKee When entering Sundance Natural Foods, it is unlikely that cashier Calvin Smith would reveal his involvement with royalty, global performances, and prestigious academia upon first impression. Smith, 51-year-old from Washington, Ga. has been working … Continue reading

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Profile Reflection

Written by Kyle Hanson McKee To say in the least, the profile assignment has been a learning experience for me. I had intended to write my profile on a completely different subject up until a week ago, when the flakey … Continue reading

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Amazon Neighborhood Resources

Education (Reed): Camas Ridge Elementary School; Roosevelt Middle School; Far Horizons Montessori School, The Reach Center Education in the Amazon Neighborhood ranges from youth schooling to arts education. Camas Ridge offers grades K-5  while Roosevelt offers grades 6-8. Montessori is a … Continue reading

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Harlow neighborhood divided by a freeway

By Spencer Gordon The Harlow neighborhood has roughly a population around 12,000 people. However, this number changes drastically on a few Saturdays in the fall when the population skyrockets to over 59,000 people, as University of Oregon football fans bombard … Continue reading

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