Vol. 13, No. 3
Josh Dirksen on Fuel TV
Check out Bend's Josh Dirksen on Fuel TV's "Firsthand," a series that profiles the lives of athletes from all sorts of fun sports.
Bachelor got their pipe cut just in time for this weekend's Enter The Dragon competition. The park crew has really been putting in the hours
Our region has been bombarded by sun recently. Unfortunately sun in January usually means ice, and this is no exception. One ill advised run on
Vote for the Source/FFE Film Music Video Contest
Here they are, the seven finalists for the Source Weekly/Far From Earth Films music video contest. For those not savvy to the contest: here's how
By The Source Staff
Music Video Contest Voting Starts Thursday
Patterson's Golden Parachute
Mike Patterson - felon. After two years of intermittent verbal and physical abuse at the hands of her husband, Mike, things came to a head
Mr. Westlund Goes Back to Salem: Catching up with Oregon's new state treasurer
Just days after Ben Westlund was sworn into office as state treasurer, we spent some time on the phone with the Tumalo resident and former
By Mike Bookey
Bachelor Charity Event: Neither a Bang nor a Fizzle
The totals are in for the first phase of Mt. Bachelor's new charity event replacing Free Ski day, and while they aren't as bad as
Thoughts on Inauguration Eve
The inauguration of Barack Obama almost scares us - not because we didn't support him (we did, enthusiastically) or because we don't have confidence in
Is Central Oregon Experiencing "Shrinkage"?
The Bulletin's top business story this morning is about how many people are moving into Central Oregon and how many are moving out. Predictably, the
Getting Kicked by the Kicker
State Economist Tom Potiowsky had bad news, better news and bad news for the state in his report to the Oregon Legislature yesterday.
We Don't Need No Steenkin' Flower Baskets
The Downtown Bend Business Association wants to force business owners who don't belong to it to pay for it anyway, and that has longtime downtown
Walden in the Spotlight
For a minority-party congressman from a rural backwater, Greg Walden is getting a lot of ink these days.
Kroger Wades Into Battle Early
In office for barely 10 days, Oregon's new attorney general, John Kroger, has come out swinging.
Could iNews Save the Newspaper Business?
Everybody else is getting a bailout, so why not the newspaper industry?
The City Shuffle Parsing the council appointment, our snow blog, and the virgin auction
As noted in this week's Boot former councilor and now state Sen. Chris Telfer (R) stuck around city hall just long enough to orchestrate the
An Arrogant Mayoral Selection
Being mayor of Bend is no big deal. Rather than being elected by popular vote, the mayor is chosen by a vote of his or
Stick That List
In keeping with our newly minted tradition of highlighting the best (and worst) reader call outs for the Letter of the Week, we're spotlighting this
By Eric Flowers
So Long, Farewell...
Obama Should Stick To His Guns
While I have a deep respect for Michael Funke and the Gay community, I must disagree with Michael's letter to The Source in which he
The Battle of Peace Bridge
It seems Bend City Council foolishly thought the time had come to dedicate one of Bend's bridges to that most un-American ideal - peace. The
Mr. Big Shot
I found it interesting how the settlement concerning the litigations involving the minuscule compensation to KFXO TV by BendBroadband coincided Tuesday evening...logic tells us some
Our Picks for the Week of 1/14-1/22
Hotter Than Pancakes: Start planning now for local produce this summer
Mid-January probably seems like a strange time to bring up what you're going to eat this summer. But if you were a farmer, growing your
Hong Kong's Bamboo Makeover
Hong Kong has long been known by locals as one of the Bend's stalwart Asian restaurants offering up consistently solid takes on Cantonese, Szechwan and
Micro Cosmos: Skookum Creek Strong Ale
When the guys over at Cascade Lakes Brewing dropped Mirco Cosmos a line about their new winter ale with an offer to send by a
Stillborn: Bonehead evil lurks behind blue eyes
Get Off My Lawn: Eastwood's performance drives Gran Torino
Purple Dragons, Oh My!: Spyro Dawn of the Dragon
By Shawn Wallbaum
One for the Vault
Still Punk: Twenty years of doing things the Guttermouth way
New for 2009
Our readers know that we've celebrated a recent surge in our local music scene in these pages over the past year or so and we'd
Fighting the Winter Blues: Too Slim and the Taildraggers play blues for all seasons
Owl Quiz II: Another test of your owl knowledge
By Jim Anderson
Winter Tidbits: A Tri, Give it a Try, Hoodoo and Roos
By Pam Stevenson
Will Hoge And William Elliot Whitmore
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