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  • Jan 10-16, 2008
  • Vol. 12, No. 2

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  • Editorial
  • Scanned into History

    Much of Bend's rich history centers on its early sawmill days. Fortunately the Brooks-Scanlon company kept meticulously detailed records about its inner workings - much
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Food & Drink

  • Chow
  • Get Your Yumm

    Café Yumm! has it down. Once a typical college town eatery, it has now turned into a viable franchise supporting six thriving locations with a
  • Chow
  • Get Your Yumm

    Café Yumm! has it down. Once a typical college town eatery, it has now turned into a viable franchise supporting six thriving locations with a

Screen

  • Film
  • Charlie Wilson's War

    Pretty Woman II: Dirty DebutantesEarly in Charlie Wilson's War, a speaker intones that without Charlie Wilson, history "would be largely and sadly different." Whether history

Music

  • Sound Stories & Interviews
  • Make You Shake Your Head "No" Music: Back Door Slam and Smokin' Trainwreck

    It's unfortunate we have to start things off on a negative note here, but there's something wrong with the blues in 2008. This isn't at all to say that there was something wrong with the blues acts Sound Check saw on Monday night. No sir-ee. In our estimation, though, there is indeed something wrong with the blues at large. Yes sir-ee. Call it diluted...faded...cliché. Call it co-opted by an insufficiently downtrodden, minimally grizzled generation of young Americans. In any case, when Sound Check goes to listen to some modern blues music, we tend not to expect much beyond run-of-the-mill electric guitar wailing and recycled vocal style.
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Outside

  • Outside Features
  • Quit Yer Bitchin!

    Although the angry hordes of beanie-topped ski bums, ski junkies, and ski snobs were bitching (even more than they normally do) a month or so

Blogs

  • The Wandering Eye
  • The Hook Has Landed

    Steve Novick, the Portland progressive activist who's fighting Oregon House Speaker Jeff Merkley for the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination, has beaten his rival to the
  • The Wandering Eye
  • Hawks Singing in Harmony

    The day before the New Hampshire primary resurrected John McCain's faltering hope of winning the Republican presidential nomination, Oregon Democratic Party Chair Meredith Wood Smith

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