Vol. 13, No. 17
Emma Hill Video
Portland songstress Emma Hill stopped off at the Tower Theatre last weekend to celebrate the release of her new disc, Clumsy Seduction, along with her
By The Source Staff
Last Night's Comedy
If you weren't one of the folks who crammed themselves into the second level stage of the Summit last night, you missed a wacky comedy
Metolius: All Over but the Whining?
In a rather curious editorial this morning, The Bulletin seemed to concede it has lost the fight to bring destination resorts to the Metolius Basin
Next in Line for Extinction: The Phone Book?
The printed newspaper already looks like it's headed the way of the brontosaurus. Now a liberal blogger and a couple of state legislators want to
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad S-Word?
File under "Just When You Thought They Couldn't Get Any Nuttier": Some Republican state party leaders are putting pressure on the Republican National Committee to
Bend Population: A Hidden Exodus?
For the second time this year, The Bulletin has carried a story that seems aimed at dispelling persistent speculation that people are moving away from
Confronting the Panhandler "Menace"
Remember how a couple of years ago our city leaders got themselves in a lather over graffiti? Now it seems the big menace to our
Muddying The Waters: Mirror Pond sedimentation offers no easy solutions
By Eric Flowers
Take A Memo: Our favorite interrogations, Chavez's handshake, Cletus, and more
The author has been sent on the road to discover a lost country formerly known as America. He is reporting from a garbage dump, after
"Green" Developers' Scorched-Earth Tactics
Leaving Downtown: Contemplating the end of an era and a dream
Mid-morning. Spring. A low gray sky. Snowflakes dive-bomb my windshield. I turn into the Mirror Pond parking lot. I pull into a slot on the
My Dog's No Outlaw
By Mike Bookey
Facts vs. Faith
In Mike Epstein's bashing of the Jesus basher, Steve Humphrey, he asserts that St. Augustine argued God allowed Rome to become a great nation and
The Bike Brigade
Walking The Walk
I would like to send a tune of gratitude for a couple of un-sung heroes of our community. They will be moving on to new
I'm one of those reflexive anti-war guys, the type with one answer for everything. Stop the war. Bring the troops home from Iraq. Right now.
We Don't Need No Hatchery: Inaugural steelhead festival comes to Old Mill
Our Picks for the Week of 4/22-4/30
Home at Last: Chloe at FivePine shines in its new digs
By Alice Finer
Shock Value: High Voltage cranks it up
Just Add Watergate: Political conspiracy thriller is paint-by-numbers, but effective
Stealth Wars: Newest Riddick delivers but doesn't dazzle
Hardly Clumsy: Emma Hill boards her own bus
A Newly Polished Taxi
Take a look at that trimmed up Vince Herman. Never a bad time to polish up a taxi.The last time Great American Taxi played Bend,
A Loud Experience: Back from SXSW, the Pink Snowflakes return to Bend
Cry Wolf: Wolves to be de-listed...Is that really a good idea?
By Jim Anderson
May Days: Mountain biking and PPPing
By Pam Stevenson
Sisters Folk Festival
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