Vol. 12, No. 49
It's a Hip-Hop Christmas
Braille, who is featured in this week's issue of the Source, sent over a mix compiled by friend and Lightheaded co-member Ohmega Watts. If you're
By The Source Staff
WEEKEND WARRIOR 12/5-12/6
As promised, here's some video of Hillstomp at the Domino Room on Saturday night. Sorry for the shaky camera work, but all of the dancing
Back To the Drawing Board: Homes for acres deal at Skyline hits the wall
By Eric Flowers
Surviving the Blogoshpere
All For This?If you were to enter the word "Suterra" into your Google search bar, you'd get a long list of results, the third of
By Mike Bookey
Getting It Right -- Far Right -- in the GOP
Oregon is moving to the left. The Democrats hold both houses of the Legislature, a Republican presidential candidate hasn't carried the state since 1984, the
The Bulletin's Stupid Pet Trick
Tired of all that depressing local business news? You won't have to read it in The Bulletin anymore, at least on Mondays.
Bend Homes STILL "Extremely Overvalued"
Although the real estate boom is now only a nostalgic memory, Bend remains one of the most overvalued housing markets in the country.
A Third Term for Kitzhaber?
It's looking increasingly unlikely that John Kitzhaber will get a job in Barack Obama's Cabinet, but now speculation is growing that he might take another
The Natural Foods Game Gets Ugly
One doesn't normally associate the natural foods industry with the kind of brutal business tactics one expects in, say, the software industry or the financial
White House Washing: X-mas decorations, recession bulletins, and more
Have a white washed ChristmasMuch to the chagrin of Blue America, the whole impeach Bush thing never got beyond a bumper sticker slogan. But there
A Noxious Shade of Green Energy
Everybody - well, almost - loves green energy. It holds the promise of cutting our reliance on imported oil, making our environment cleaner and reducing
Don't Settle for Retreads
This week's Letter of the Week comes from regular writer Matt Orr who urges fellow citizens to hold Obama accountable even as he stacks his
Don't Pre-Judge Incoming Councilors
As a regular reader of The Weekly Source, (sic) I was disappointed with the editor's suggestion (November 20, 2008) that Central Oregon Builder's Association (COBA)
Keep Up the Good Work, Jim
Congratulations, Jodie - and let's set the record straight.
As I have already told Jodie Barram, I am happy for her and I think she will do a good job in filling Bill Friedman's
Theater-apalooza - Holiday Edition: Bend community theater, from Dickens to "Gunsmoke"
In Defense of the Poetry Slam: Understanding Bend's fascination with iambic pentameter
By Suzanne Burns
Our Picks for the Week of 12/3-12/11
The Real McCoy: Going large at the Cowboy Dinner Tree
Nuthin' fancy at the Cowboy Dinner TreeSilver Lake, Oregon is a place where the word cowboy means a job, not a style of dress. And
Quick Bites: Seasonal Sweet Tooth
Winter weather is finally here. And the shortest day of the year is fast approaching. Usually I console myself with some afternoon cross-country ski jaunts,
Change Your Fuel, Change Your World: Fuel brings biodiesel to the forefront
Smoke on the water. Winner of the Sundance Audience Choice Award and now being considered for an Academy Award nomination, Fuel is an amazing resource
By Rachel Purcell
Off The Deep End: Surrealistic masterpiece creates the ultimate existential dilemma
Been waitin' for the bus all day. Knowing writer Charlie Kaufman's (Being John Malkovich/Adaptation) warped sense of humor, I figured the misspelling of Schenectady, New
Yeah, We Called it
Empty Space Orchestra: Pre-snow shovel jam.Not trying to brag or boast (or eat French toast), but Sound Check's prediction for what was to go down
Hip-Hop Do Gooder: Portland rapper Braille on faith, violence, and James Brown
Braille: read him with your ears.Braille, the Portland-based rapper, is playing in Bend on Saturday night and the show is only his third appearance in
Taking the Music to the People: When Brad Tisdel isn't helping others enjoy music, he's playing
Liner Notes: Feeling Grouchy?
Leif James 2.0: He's back with a new band, a no-booze policy and a disdain for fake cowboys
The Late, Great Ed Park: Owl pranks with an old friend
By Jim Anderson
Thanks (for nothing) giving
Singin' the "No Snow Blues?": Finding a silver lining in the snow drought
By Pam Stevenson
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