Vol. 12, No. 20
The Home Stretch: On the verge of victory, Obama parachutes into Central Oregon
It's 9am and the local press is anxious. It's been 40 years since the last presidential candidate, Robert F. Kennedy, visited Central Oregon and Barack
By Elise Jones
How a Real Estate High-Flyer Crashed and Burned
There's a bombshell of a story in this morning's Oregonian describing the spectacular crash-and-burn of one of the Central Oregon real estate boom's high rollers
By H. Bruce Miller
Numbers May Mean Bad News for Burley
The prolonged contest for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination has brought hundreds of thousands of new voters into the party's ranks. That could be bad
Pioneer Place or Red Square?
Steve Novick is seeing red over a remark by a Jeff Merkley aide comparing Novick's Portland supporters to old-line Soviet Communists.
tSW Primary Primer: For President... Barack Obama
It will take an extraordinary president to heal the wounds inflicted upon America and the world by the disastrous George W. Bush regime. Both Democratic
It's Gettin' Hot In Here: Return of the Flat Earth Society, Barbie's revenge and more
Maybe it was the hangover from an unusually cold or snowy winter, but the number of people who believe that the temperature of our planet
The Sawyer Dog Park
Dogs - you can love 'em, you can hate 'em or you can be indifferent to 'em, but whatever your feelings about Canis lupus familiaris,
Lay Off the Park
As a longtime resident and active member of this community, I take offense at The Bulletin's attack on the Bend Metro Park and Recreation District.
Leash 'Em Up
Turn In Your Badge
Another police-caused death in Bend, Oregon. Our law enforcement officers can make mistakes. We all know that and we understand that. But the current process
By The Source Staff
Broken Promises: Barsamian to discuss how the Left lost the battle for the airwaves
David Barsamian loves public radio, but he hates what it has become - a mouthpiece for mainstream politicians and a timid political presence, unwilling and
By Eric Flowers
Our Picks for the Week of 5/15-5/22
By Mike Bookey
A Geared Up "Sangwhich": Getting nuked at the Speedshop Deli
A glimpse of the New Look Blacksmith.When The Speedshop opened its doors, I was a bit confused. Was it a clothing shop? Moto paraphernalia? And
Quick Bites: Every Night is Wine Night
Wine dinners and restaurant-hosted tastings have been popping up like tulips all over town lately. Whether you are a certified cork dork or just simply
Let the Old Guys Rock: Scorcese takes a sip from the Stones' lovin' cup with Shine a Light
Band of brothers. Martin Scorsese knows his rock-n-roll. He knows how to film it, document it and enunciate all the sounds, focusing on everything cool.
There's Something About Vegas: Hollywood's latest Sin City flick flops
the joke, unfortunately, is on us. Even though I expected little to no meat in this entree, I did hope for a sizeable helping of
Greg Brown's got love in Central Oregon. Why? Well, to start, there's the sweet irony of the fact that he shares his name with one
Summer in Iowa
This summer, it's The Adventures of You Me & Iowa, from Los Angeles power pop outfit You Me & Iowa.
Rhymes With "Very": One-time Bendite Mare Wakefield gives us a lesson in pronunciation and American
Mare's got peeps in Bend. We'd like to spend a little time here discussing singer/songwriter Mare Wakefield and why you insist on mispronouncing her
Four decades after Woodstock, Richie Havens talks about songwriting and Rage Against the Machine
Talkin' bout freedom!When Richie Havens called my cell phone earlier this month, I was expecting to hear a great, booming voice reminiscent of the musician's
They're not for sale!: The thing about skinks...
About three days before my son, Caleb, turned (who is now grown with a son of his own) 16, we were zipping along Highway 26
By Jim Anderson
Breaking Trail and Grinding Gears: Local ultra runners, crust skiing and Chainbreaker results
Will Hoge And William Elliot Whitmore
Volcanic Theatre Pub
Mon., Oct. 2, 8-11:59 p.m.
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