The Old Stone Church is up to some hijinks
The Old Stone Church has been many things over the years; at times, it was actually a church. But for the most part, Bendites know it as a concert venue, stand-up comedy spot, film shoot location and just about any other type of event you can imagine.
The perils of overpricing your home
Pretty much everyone in Bend is aware that we have a seller's real estate market. This often makes sellers price their homes for more than they are worth.
"Natural History" composition debuts July 29 at Crater Lake
Established in 1902, Crater Lake is the fifth oldest national park and Oregon's only national park. Its stunning blue water has inspired awe in nature enthusiasts, artists, and photographers from all over the world.
Chronic pain no excuse for cannabis use, says league
Back in March, Smoke Signals wrote about the state of cannabis in the NFL. The league has a zero-tolerance policy on cannabis, with a cannabis-related arrest or positive urine test costing players upward of $500,000, depending on salary, and resulting in a suspension of one to four games, up to a quarter of the season.
Thursday 21 The English Beat
The High Desert Museum's annual "Art of the West" exhibition and silent auction kicks off July 21 with a free opening reception. The exhibit will display 59 works of art by 38 artists with each piece offering a unique depiction of the Western U.S. Attendees will enjoy a first viewing of the exhibit and the opportunity to purchase a piece of artwork outright before the auction is fully underway.
Since this week's theme for the Source Weekly is bikes, I was asked how important bike-able neighborhoods are to buyers. The only time bike-ability was important was for buyers who were mountain bikers and they liked having nearby access to trails.
Who needs a car when you have two feet and a heartbeat?
What would you do if your neighborhood didn't allow cars on the streets for a day? Would you ride your bike, light the BBQ, or challenge your neighbors to a game of street ball?
July brings more music festivals to Central Oregon
After the rousing success of 4 Peaks Music Festival, the fine people of Central Oregon and its surrounding environs have a few more multi-day music shows to look forward to. In fact, two festivals are slated for the next two weekends.
What's on the horizon for cannabis laws in Oregon?
On July 1, 2015, a little over a year ago, it became legal for Oregonians 21 and older to grow and consume cannabis. Although Oregonians voted to legalize so-called recreational cannabis consumption in 2014, state officials still have not begun issuing business licenses for the recreational market.
Thursday 14 The California Honeydrops