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Biz Beat 4-26-2012

Remember Mom’s Pies, the venerable old roadside diner up the McKenzie River in Vida for decades? For a while the original recipe hand-made pies were available in the Food Court at Valley River Center, but now we hear the business has moved to 1133 Willamette, another sign of a revitalized downtown. No website yet but find it on Facebook. Phone is 484-6667 or email owner Lou Sangermano at lou@holidaymistletoe.com

Coburg Pizza Company is planning a grand opening May 11 at 1710 Centennial Blvd., in Springfield. The original location at 90999 S. Willamette in Coburg has been remodeled and will also be celebrating May 11. See coburgpizza.com or call Terry Dawson at 484-6600.

Transformation Arts expanded to Eugene this week with a location at The Reach Center, 25th and Harris. The business offers Tai Chi and Yijinjing Qigong classes and more. Call 708-1163.

Colored Light Therapy is a unique local enterprise specializing in color therapy information and products for clinics and home practitioners worldwide. Owner Rose Peterson, 741-4988, says her business is “constantly expanding” through the internet and referrals. Visit coloredlighttherapy.com to see her products and art glass. 

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