Vol. 24, No. 19
Youthful Voices in the Black Lives Matter Movement
Young people—both locally and nationally—are at the heart of many of the ongoing protests against police brutality.
By Miina McCown
A Central Oregon DACA recipient weighs in on the recent Supreme Court ruling
By Nicole Vulcan and Miina McCown
Closing the Book on Juniper Ridge
After months of stops and starts, the City of Bend removed all the people living at Juniper Ridge
By Laurel Brauns
A Push to Rename the Bend VA Clinic After Bob Maxwell
Oregon's Congressional delegation joins forces to honor WWII vet
By Kyle Switzer
Mental Health Crisis Intervention 🎧 [with podcast]
Holly Harris is the crisis services manager for Deschutes County. She talks about the new stabilization center, decriminalizing mental illness and police officers in schools
By Laurel Brauns and Aaron Switzer
Pay Your Bail or Rot in Jail ▶ [with video]
While Oregon has made some progress in reforming the cash bail system, there's still a long way to go, public defenders say
It's Time to Up Your Mask Fashion Game: Face Coverings Now Required Indoors in Oregon
Starting July 1, shopping unmasked is not an option.
By Nicole Vulcan
The Long Slog Back to Baseline 🎧 [with podcast]
In Redmond, an economic recovery that’s looking slightly stronger than Bend
Source Weekly Update Podcast 7/1/20 🎧
A look into Redmond's economy and Redmond's new innovative ways to keep the fourth festive.
"Defunding" the Police for the New Crisis Stabilization Center
Less money into police budgets, and more into support services such as mental health and crisis support teams.
Letters to the Editor 6/25/20
GUEST OPINIONS: An Open Letter to the Black Community from the Asian Community & Proud to Fight for Bodily Autonomy
The Rock Box
An obscure piece of Bend culture, explained (kind of)
By Cayla Clark
The Stars Have Beckoned Us: Part Four of "Walking the High Desert"
Musings on the stars of the High Desert, from Ellen Waterston's new book
By Ellen Waterston
Redlining: The U.S. Heritage of Inequality in Homeownership
The lasting effect of a decades-old housing policy
By Christin J Hunter, Broker
Flesh And Bleh & It's Not You. It's Meh
There's being close with your parents and then there's being close like one of those kids on a leash at the mall
By Amy Alkon
Free Will Astrology—Week of June 25
Just in time for your Season of Transformation
By Rob Brezsny
This Modern World—week of June 25
Let's go kick some protester ass!
By Tom Tomorrow
This Week In Authoritarian Newspeak
By Jen Sorensen
The Return of Juno
Podski's newest addition offers fresh and tasty sushi and other made-to-order Japanese cuisine
Now Open: Crosscut Warming Hut No. 5
The new food cart pod and tap house offers 36 different taps.
Now Open: Cabin South
Bend's new south side bar and grill.
Local budtenders weigh in on what they're recommending for summer stoke, and also dealing with a pandemic
The Quality and Quantity of A24
Can one production company save movies?
By Jared Rasic
From Canceled Shows to Online Debuts
Alicia Viani's debut album is ready to have its moment
By Isaac Biehl
Outdoor enthusiast weighs in on adventuring in an electric car
For those looking to lower their footprints while exploring, this event may help out.
There's Always Next Year
Local runners adjust their training for the postponed Olympic Trials in Eugene
Filaments Traveling Show
COCC Barber Library
Through Nov. 8, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
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