Vol. 13, No. 38
The Kitzhaber Bandwagon Gets More Crowded
By The Source Staff
Go see "Cabaret" immediately
Cabaret, produced by Bend Oregon's Cat Call Productions, has proved to be a hit.
A Sports Icon Fondly Remembered
By Bob Woodward
At Least Someone Has A Sense of Humor
For months I've held out hope that somebody someplace would retain a sense of humor in the wake of the on-going battle over health care.
A Fall Flokie Favorite
A Fall Folkie Favorite
Stupid Tricks Season Winds Down
A Job Well Done
Wood = Good
Inside The Safety Net: Volunteers in Medicine fills in the gaps of an ailing health care system
Class opens with a taste test. "¡Me gusta!" one woman exclaims to another after spearing a bite of vegetables with a fork. A chorus of
By Eric Flowers
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe Coming to Bend 10/4
I heard yesterday that Karl Denson's Tiny Universe is coming to Bend on October 4 at the Domino Room. This adds another solid booking to
How Larry and His Flask spent their summer
Sometimes, when my iTunes shuffle stops upon a Larry and His Flask tune, I start thinking: "I wonder where the hell those dudes are right
DJ Barisone is Leaving Town
One last show in Bend for DJ Barisone.
These United States tonight at the Silver Moon...and there's a new Pearl Jam album out
These United States is playing the Silver Moon Brewing Co. tonight.
Shrinkage Isn't Always a Bad Thing
So the local daily rag reports this morning that, for the first time in 22 years, overall enrollment in Bend-LaPine schools is expected not to
Mild-Mannered Merkley Turns Into a Tiger on Health Care
Fighting the Socialist Menace of 1961
Dealing With the New "Slacker" Economy
Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire Swayze's curtain call, murder in the Ivy league, and more!
The author has been sent on the road to discover a lost country formerly known as America. He is reporting from the Adirondack front porch
The Incurable Goose Plague
Let us consider Branta Canadensis, the Canada goose. In many ways it is a noble bird. Its V-formation flocks honking their way across the sky
Obama's Salmon Plan
Another key issue and another key concession from Obama. No we're not talking about the backpedaling on gay marriage or universal health care. This time
Government Can Be Good
This week's letter comes from Wayne Bredtze who politely reminds us that something has been lost in all the screaming about a socialist take over
Where's The Liberal?
The new conventional wisdom is that Obama is losing the independent voters that helped elect him. The polls show he's too liberal, we are told.
Thanks For The Good Work
I'm writing to give kudos to Holly Grigg Spall for the excellent review she did on "Steel Magnolias" at the 2nd Street Theater. For the
The Real Beef With Obama
So, I'm looking through this Obama speech, trying to find the part that says, "Children, obey your government," or "Government = Good, Free Enterprise =
Who's A Patriot Now?
During the 8 years of the Bush Administration, Republicans told Democrats they were un-patriotic, un-American and didn't support the troops if they questioned or didn't
Our Picks for 9/17-9/24: Cabaret, Finn Riggins, Blue Turtle Seduction
Spend an Enchanting Night on Guy J. Jackson's Tintar Isle
"Who at least doesn't want to visit someplace beautiful?" questions the Stubby Motherlover, the song-singing, 30-fingered creature, one of many captivating characters to make an
By Suzanne Burns
In Deep At Typhoon
Going vegetarian at Typhoon.
Got Crabs? 48 hours in Winchester Bay
By Alice Finer
Sisterhood of the Traveling Tire Iron: Secrets, solidarity and sluts attempt to resuscitate slasher genre in Sororiety
With a slew of horror movies saturating the market lately the genre is getting overworked. Initially, Sorority Row follows almost all the '70s drive-in rules
By Source Weekly
A Love Less Ordinary: Even Michael Cera's cuteness can't save Paper Heart
Charlyne Yi is the kind of girl you'd like to be friends with, meet for dinner on the weekend and hear her observations on LA
CD Review - Anastacia: Grains of Sand
Out of the Pigeonhole: The big year and big sound of Deer Tick
It's noon on a Monday and John Joseph McCaully III, riding in a bus somewhere between Colorado and Washington says, "We're basically trying not to
Around the Hood: Hut-to-Hut Adventure
My first hut-to-hut mountain biking trip was 18 years ago in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado and the La Sals of eastern Utah.
By Pam Stevenson
Mutant Doll Art Show
ReGroup Thrift Warehouse
Sun., Oct. 1, 6-8 p.m.
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