Vol. 13, No. 36
How To Lose A Million Bucks. Bend Style.
Down at the bottom of tomorrow's (Wednesday's) council agenda is a real estate item of interest to those of us who have been following the
By The Source Staff
Making The Call On Clem
Well I'm sitting here eating an early lunch of crow after hearing that Brian Clem will NOT be running for governor after all.
Young Gun: Could an obscure 30-something progressive be the next top dog in Salem?
Empty Space Orchestra Has a Sexy New Website
After several months of preparation, Empty Space Orchestra finally has a new website up and running. It's got some nice bells and whistles, but far
Rage Films new flick "Pretty Good" premiers at the Tower Sept. 12
I'm not all that hot on the fact that we've now in September. In fact, I feel like I've had my summer stolen by some
Video and recap from G. Love and Special Sauce Thursday night
The Domino Room was as packed as I've ever seen it last night for the much-anticipated G. Love and Special Sauce show.
Brett Dennen Video From Monday Night's Show
Summer is pretty much over, but the sizable crowd at the Athletic Club of Bend last night where Brett Dennen played a set of fan
How Ashland Didn't Get Bent Out of Shape
It doesn't have a major ski area. It doesn't have dramatic mountain views. It doesn't have a river running through it. (The best it can
Who's Gonna Run With the Big Dog? Kitzhaber Enters Governor's Race
BBC's Bend Bubble Story Fizzles
The long-awaited (well, since last week) BBC piece on Bend's big boom and bust appeared Friday, and The Eye reluctantly must conclude it was a
Road Trippin': Notes on America from the interstate highway system
The author has been sent on the road to discover a lost country formerly known as America. He is reporting from a town called "Little
By Source Weekly
The State School Board Flunks Out
Let Detroit Lead The Way
For the last 10 years I've been suffering silently as people awkwardly tried to pronounce the year, since we crossed from the 1900s to the
By Eric Flowers
Kaycee Anseth-Townsend Gets Mad Props
Birth of a Debate
This is in response to Kenneth Judkins letter in the Aug 20th issue. Kenneth, you question the citizenship of President Obama and cite the fact
War, What is it Good For?
Please pause a moment before you chime in with Edwin Starr's well-known retort, "absolutely nothing." The fact is that war is quite good, if you
Born in the U.S.A.
Be a Doll: Christine Alvarado's creations are hardly toys...and they aren't always smiling
Artist and doll-maker Christine Alvarado lifts the lid of a sturdy box, then a layer of bubble wrap like she's gently peeling a blanket from
Our Picks of the Week 9/3-9/10
Little Bites: Veg Out: Do You Kanpai?
Editor's note: This is the first in a regular series about vegetarian dining options in Central Oregon from new Source correspondent Nikki Jefford. Look for
Hola! Part 2: With the new location up and running, they've earned their exclamation mark
With a happy staff, happy environs and happy food, Hola had me at, well, hola. Big, bright and generous in every way, Hola's new location
Chalkin' up the Body Count: Rob Zombie sinks horror to new depths
Halloween 2 is so seriously and extremely brutal that it takes violence for violence's sake to a whole new disturbing level. Director Rob Zombie's track
What a Drag: Ang Lee tackles Woodstock through the eyes of the accidental orchestrator
We need to stop living in the past. People complain how the youth of today knows nothing of history, when in fact they know far
Time Bomb: Wolfenstein update feels incomplete
I've been shooting Nazis for 17 years, and never once have I needed to make time slow down. Or conjure up a mystic barrier. Guns
Recordings You Need to Hear That You May Have Missed
The Friendly Giant: Brett Dennen is tall, red and wants you to like him
When I tell Brett Dennen that I think I just may have broken my computer, he's quiet for a moment, then laughs and says, "Remember
Brent's "Little Buddy": The story of one of Central Oregon's bats
I don't hear from my pal, woodcarver, caver and photographer Brent McGregor as much as I'd like to, but when I do, he knocks my
By Jim Anderson
Rise to the Occasion: Sunrise to Summit, Pilot Butte Challenge, Reverse PPP
By Pam Stevenson
Filaments Traveling Show
COCC Barber Library
Through Nov. 8, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
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