Vol. 13, No. 32
We Should Watch the "Breakfast Club" or something, right?
As you probably know by now, legendary comedy writer and director John Hughes passed away today in New York City. If you're not sure if
By The Source Staff
Walden: Cultural Learnings of Kazakhstan for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of America
A lot of congressmen are taking heat from constituents at town hall meetings this month, but not Greg Walden. He's gettin' outta town - FAR
Teabaggers Pick New Targets; Libs Plan Counterattacks
Oregonian blogger Jeff Mapes reports (http://blog.oregonlive.com/mapesonpolitics/2009/08/wu_town_hall_in_mcminnville_ma.html#more) that Democratic Rep. David Wu may be the next target of the Teabagger Brigade when he holds a town
One More Phish Video
OK, here's another video from Phish at the Gorge. But check back tomorrow afternoon on the front page of tsweekly.com for the Blender's mini-documentary about
Launching and Re-launching
As you've no doubt noticed, the Source has completely re-vamped our website this week. We're pretty excited about the changes, most of which are very
Now or Never: County's resort map remake opens door for developers amid questions of viability
As the de facto legal team for Deschutes County's only credible environmental watchdog group, Paul Dewey spends more time than most people thinking about destination
You Like Our Shiny Brand-New Website?
By now, you've realized that this ain't your older brother's website. Yes, you are looking at, right now, the brand new Source Weekly website and
Back From Phishin'
The Blender, along with several other Bendites, have safely returned from the Gorge Amphitheater where we took in not one but two glorious days of
Another One Crashes and Burns
Looks like another company that supposedly was going to be a major player in Bend's supposedly burgeoning aviation industry has gone down in flames: Epic
Take A Hike: Bill to the rescue, Touristas, the Apple conspiracy and more!
The author has been sent on the road to discover a lost country formerly known as America. He is now missing and most likely deported,
The Long-Overdue OLCC Intervention
In an intervention, the friends and family of somebody who's addicted to booze, drugs, gambling or whatever get him in a room and grill him
Letter of the Week: Buffalos Behaving Badly
This week's letter comes from Thiel Larson who hits on a topic that's been blowing up on the Daily Show and the Blue Oregon site,
Be Cool About It
I recently had occasion to travel both downtown and to the Old Mill District for a mother-daughter movie date. Our plan to beat the heat
The Liberal Lies
For decades we on the "right" have stood by and watched as "liberal" mobs have destroyed buildings, attacked individuals, and seen laws passed to prevent
A perfect crime can be defined as a crime undetected or not attributed to the actual perpetrator. To most of us, it is simply a
Sometimes veganism can be wrapped up in association with liberal tattooed hipsters, or the natural, raw food movement and even violent radical animal rights activists.
Shot Down: Pools, burgers and failing to complete the BendFilm 72 Hour Shoot-Out
After handing over $10 and collecting his free t-shirt at the sign-up for the BendFilm 72 Hour Shoot Out, my boyfriend Guy wanted to go
Our Picks for the Week 8/6-8/13
You may have heard this band without even knowing it. The San Francisco-based band has had its music - mainly the hit "Good Day"
Industry Round Up: West Side Sipping
Beer is the big news this week. (It's recession proof - donchayaknow?) As reported above, a new beer bar is planned for the area around
Little Bites: Industry Round Up: West Side Sipping
Cheeseburger in Paradise: A postcard from summer at Elk Lake Resort
With potential for the madcap hijinks of Meatballs (think Wet Hot American Summer if you were born too late for that reference), the nostalgic romance
Dream On: The spawn of Saw resembles a broken nightmare
Here we have proof that no matter how cool a movie looks, how dazzling the photography, how mesmerizing the score, how nail biting the suspense,
Comedy Grows Up: Apatow and Sandler team up to add maturity to their hilarity
In Funny People we may have the delicious beginnings of a great collaborative team, Adam Sandler and Judd Apatow. The two, who were once roommates
An Invisible Ticket to Rehab
When Georgia's rock/hip-hop crossover act Rehab hits the stage at the Domino Room on Saturday, you won't need a ticket to get in. Now hold
Past Your Ears: Recordings you may have missed but need to hear
What happens when you jam 30 people into a recording studio, decorate it like a nightclub, roll tape Well, you get Nighthawks at the Diner
What Can I Get For Ten Bucks?: How about ten bands at the High and Dry Bluegrass Festival
Sixty-three year old John Hancock has been pickin' and grinnin' for as long as he can remember.
Nature's Grand Light Show: Capturing the cloud that isn't really a cloud
Every once in a while, Old Mother Nature knocks my socks off. While heading home last Thursday night with a small swarm of bees I
Chatting in the Peloton: ValueAct and a class act
Last week, in between the Cascade Cycling Classic and the National Road Championships in Bend, I joined the ValueAct women's professional cycling team on an easy reconnaissance ride through Tetherow.
By Pam Stevenson
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