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Interview with David Gerber and The Oregon Vagabond on BlogTalkRadio by The RAYY

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011


View Jed Reay’s interview with David Gerber at September 21, 2011 The Success Curve Show with Guest Host Editor in Chief of “The Oregon Vagabond” Newspaper David Gerber from Jed A. Reay on Vimeo.

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“Join The Conversation with Jed Reay Host of The Success Curve, and Guest Host David Gerber Eugene OR. on September 21, 2011.

David Gerber is the Editor in Chief of  “The Oregon Vagabond”  newspaper.  This newpaper is dedicated to stories, news and feature articles about the life of the homeless.  The plight of the homeless is growing and growing daily.

Join the conversation on September 21, 2011  and find out how David’s passion to bring the stories of the street to the main stage.  Join David and I as wee discuss this dificult situations.

So please join us Wednesday September 21, 2011 for some powerful, thought provoking conversation, at 7:00pm PT 10:00pm ET for another episode of  “The Success Curve” on…  Comcast channel 29 in Eugene and Springfield, OR.

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Join the conversation with Jed and David for an amazing conversation of a journey towards success!”

Vagabond Vlog 4, August 2011

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Vagabond Vlog 3 – July 2011

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Thank you to New Frontier Market for your continued support as well as our new advertisers: Arriving by Bike, Bijou Art Cinemas, City of Eugene Equity and Human Rights Center and Organically Grown Company. And thank you to McKenzie Mist for donating water throughout the year to hydrate the homeless who meet with The Oregon Vagabond on Basketball Tuesdays and for our writing workshops under the Washington-Jefferson Bridge, and our addiction recovery meetings at the McNail Riley House each week.

Thank you to the City of Eugene Human Rights Commission

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

Each fiscal year, the City of Eugene allocates a small amount of public money to the Human Rights Commission, which goes toward community event funding requests. The Oregon Vagabond is pleased to announce that on June 21, 2011 the City of Eugene Human Rights Commission (HRC) endorsed our Vagabond Basketball Tuesdays, Writing Workshop and Support Group. The HRC also approved our request for funding; we were granted $100 (maximum) to spend on these activities. Recipients of Human Rights Commission funding have met the approval guidelines and aligns with their mission – “The City of Eugene values the dignity of all human beings. We are committed to:

  • Ensuring that human rights are a central part of every City program;
  • Respecting and reflecting cultural and individual diversity;
  • Fostering mutual understanding; and
  • Promoting inclusiveness, justice and equity.”

For more information, visit the City of Eugene Equity and Human Rights Center‘s website.

The Oregon Vagabond is very thankful for and encouraged by receiving the support of the City of Eugene Human Rights Commission.

Vagabond Vlog 2 – June 2011

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Vagabond Vlog 1 – May 2011

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

Every month, beginning May 2011, David Gerber, the publisher and editor of The Oregon Vagabond – Eugene’s Original Street Newspaper and “Voice of the Streets”, will post a “Vagabond Vlog” update of what’s new with the newspaper and on the streets.

May 2011

Photo Essays, request for submissions

Friday, May 20th, 2011

We now have an Oregon Vagabond Flickr photostream! This month we are kicking off an open-ended request for submissions for Photo Essays. Submit your photo(s) to us with a title and description that tells a visual story of homelessness in Eugene, Oregon from your perspective. If it’s appropriate for the subject and publication, we’ll publish it on Flickr as part of a collection of images, in our newspaper and on our website! Send your submission to Be sure to include your name, the city and state where you live, and if you are homeless or know someone who is.