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Bartenders Are Obsessed With Milk Punch Because It’s Delicious and a Little Bit Dangerous

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Cameron Bogue is the most skilled bartender you’ve probably never heard of. A Canadian wunderkind, for many years he helmed Bar Pleiades, a mainstay on NYC’s buttoned-up Upper East Side and an unlikely showcase for some of the city’s most inspiring cocktails. One night, about 10 years ago, Cameron Bogue changed my life. At the […]
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Dispelling the Myth of Time of Possession

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College football’s proverbial cool kids were so ready to get rid of Oregon with Marcus Mariota out of the picture. The Ducks sat at 3-3 midway through the season. At that point, many were ready to attribute the success the...

Oregon and Stanford: A History of Spoilers

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Once again Oregon is heading into a pivotal matchup with Stanford. Oregon is going to be unranked in this game for the first time since 2008, but the same story line between them remains. In games with Stanford there is...

From the Poorhouse to the Penthouse

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They never wear the same uniform twice, they train on Brazilian hardwood, and their stadium features not one but two waterfalls. It is safe to say that Oregon has one of the best facilities and uniforms in the country, if not the...

If Oregon’s History Is Any Indication, Things Are Looking Up for Young Secondary

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Oregon’s 4-3 start to the 2015 season is nothing to complain about. As fans, we are all lucky to have a team to root for at all, let alone a winning one. Still, it takes some getting used to watching the...

Sonic Highways: The World According to Grohl

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In HBO's new mini-series Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways, Dave Grohl takes us (and his bandmates) on a tour of eight recording studios across the United States, and in the process gives us a look into how different artists in different cities shaped the musical landscape of America.

The Tall Firs, The Kamikaze Kids and Beyond: Oregon Basketball

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There is a rich history behind the basketball program at the University of Oregon, one that is often overlooked in the wake of the recent successes of the football program. Throughout the 100-plus years that basketball has been played at Oregon, some great players and coaches have passed through the program. 1902 brought the first season of basketball to University of ...

Oregon softball: Ducks ranked No. 1 in country for first time in school history

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For the first time in school history, the Oregon softball team can proudly say it’s the No. 1 team in the country, based on the latest rankings released Tuesday morning. The Ducks received 497 total points and 18 first-place votes while Florida State and Alabama each received a vote for No. 1. Oregon has a […] Continue reading →

The Many Things That Oregon Doesn’t Have

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This is the first in what I hope will be a long series of columns reflecting our local weather, how we respond to it, exploring the wackiness of weather in general, and local events that are planned with the weather forecast as a guide to ho to prepare for them.

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