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Profile: Jerry Leach, Bartender

By Katie Cracchiolo Glasses clink, liquid splatters on the floor, and laughter erupts through the room as Jerry Leach serves up a whiskey coke at Sam Bond’s Garage. This is a typical night in one of the Whiteaker’s most well … Continue reading

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Grammys Doesn’t Spark With Downtown

By Adam Fernandez EUGENE — What’s so great about the Grammys, anyway? That may be the sentiment you get from someone living in downtown. It seems that, based off of poll responses and reactions, there is an obvious lack of … Continue reading

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What the Whiteaker has to say about the Grammys

What the Whiteaker has to say about the Grammys The Whiteaker Neighborhood chimed in about Music’s Biggest Night    The Whiteaker Neighborhood chimed in about Music’s Biggest Night   By Marissa Woltanski In classic Whiteaker neighborhood fashion, the residents of … Continue reading

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The Cozy Comfort of a Home Away From Home

By Katie Cracchiolo A ceiling fan clicks as it spins, like a ticking clock as the faint sound of Mumford and Sons slowly starts to fill the room. Glasses begin to clink together as people filter into the room and … Continue reading

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The Community of Downtown Eugene

By Troy Brynelson Downtown Eugene could be the entire city in a nutshell. The transit station, for many a turnstile to and from Eugene, drops one right into a block of tattoo parlors, coffee shops, bars, a library, Lane Community … Continue reading

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Slightly Older Campus AKA Downtown Eugene

by Troy Brynelson It wasn’t until I was 21 that I really got to know Downtown. Not entirely sure if that’s later than other students, but it seems normal. That could be because most of my visits banked into the … Continue reading

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Local electronics stores hold their ground in tough times

Due to recent events, brick-and-mortar stores are in hot water. When the economy took a nosedive in 2008 the resulting shockwave sent tremors through major electronics retailers. Big names like CompUSA and Circuit City folded. Even retailers who fared better, … Continue reading

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