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  • Jun 24-30, 2010
  • Vol. 14, No. 25

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Opinion

  • Letters to the Editor
  • The Kindness of Strangers

    Recently my five-year-old daughter and I rode our bikes to Ray's to do some grocery shopping. On our way out of the store, she fell down and stood standing in the parking lot crying and not wanting to ride home.
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Hold Hotels Accountable For Room Taxes

    I am writing in response to the front page story in The Bulletin on June 17 regarding Wayne Purcell and Brett Evert charging their hotel guests tax and keeping the tax revenue as additional profit. Put simply, this is stealing and it is indefensible.

Culture

Food & Drink

  • Chow
  • The Art of the Cart: Vendors "corner" ethnic lunches in Bend

    A recent surge in gourmet street food vendors has added welcomed diversity to Bend's vibrant casual dining scene. Local food vendors include former chefs who have tired of the restaurant scene, but can't give up their love affair with good food. For others, a food cart is a means to start a small business and grow a base of regular customers before opening a full-scale restaurant or moving into wholesale markets.
  • Chow
  • The Art of the Cart: Vendors "corner" ethnic lunches in Bend

    A recent surge in gourmet street food vendors has added welcomed diversity to Bend's vibrant casual dining scene. Local food vendors include former chefs who have tired of the restaurant scene, but can't give up their love affair with good food.

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Blogs

  • The Wandering Eye
  • Dudley "Scandal" Doesn't Hold Water

    Not to be outdone by the Oregon Catalyst’s John Kitzhaber “scandal,” Carla Axtman of the liberal/Democratic Blue Oregon blog has come up with a “scandal” involving Kitzhaber’s Republican opponent, Chris Dudley. If anything, Axtman’s entry is even lamer than the Oregon Catalyst’s.
  • The Wandering Eye
  • Whooping Cough and the Anti-Vaccine Wackos

    The epidemic of whooping cough that already has infected more than 900 people in California and killed at least five infants appears to be spreading into Oregon. The Medford Mail Tribune reported yesterday that Jackson County has recorded 23 cases of the disease so far this year – roughly four times the usual number for this far into the year.
  • The Wandering Eye
  • The Downtown "Fest" Season Strikes Again

    It’s finally summer in Bend, and right on schedule downtown merchant and blogger extraordinaire Duncan McGeary has posted his first rant of the season against downtown street closings. Well, it isn’t a rant, actually – more like a mild sigh of protest.

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