Vol. 15, No. 10
Governor Kitzhaber's Lunch Date With Central Oregon
John Kitzhaber makes his first official appearance in Bend.
By Marissa Madej
Owsley Stanley, the Acid King, Passes on
Owsley Stanley, one of the godfathers of LSD, passed away.
By Bob Woodward
Geekology: iPad part deux
Portlanders line up for their new iPads.
The Traveling Camera: The Crossbill
A photo of a crossbill bird, caught in a rare moment of stillness.
By Christian Heeb
Brandi Carlile Set to Play in Bend on May 5
Brandi Carlile makes a return appearance to Bend, Oregon.
By The Source Staff
4 Peaks Music Festival Returns for 2011
The 4 Peaks Music Festival returns to Bend this summer.
Oregon Drug Bust of the Week: Meth is Gross
Don't put two pounds of meth in your guitar case.
Watch our video for a peek inside the Bend Table Tennis Club
Take a peek inside the Bend Table Tennis Club and learn about their upcoming tournament.
Deschutes Brewery Continues Eastward Push: Now in South Dakota
Deschutes Brewery expands distribution to South Dakota.
Benefit for Erin Zurflu Tonight at the Century Center
The Breath EZ event tonight benefits a local musician in need.
Out of Town, Microcosmos, and the Lounge Lizard debut on Tsweekly.com
New content debuts on The Source Weekly website this week.
New Shows Announced: Devil Makes Three, Baseball Project, Rev. Horton Heat and more
Spring and summer are looking up in terms of live music in Bend.
"Stuck in the Middle of Bend": A Song About the REAL Bend, Oregon
This song pretty much sums up life in Bend, Oregon.
Get Old Timey at Tonight's (not so) Secret Speakeasy Party
Go back to the 1930s tonight at the Speakeasy in Bend.
Video from Franchot Tone's Performance at Velvet on Saturday Night
Bend-based singer-songwriter Franchot Tone performs at Velvet in Bend, Oregon.
For the Technologically Inclined: Ruby on Ales Conference Comes to Bend March 24 & 25
The Ruby on Ales conference brings leading Ruby developers to McMenamins in Bend, Oregon.
The Phony Budget Crisis: The answer to America's fiscal woes is one we refuse to consider
By Source Weekly
Got Your Fresh, Piping Hot Straight Poop Right Here
This Poop Is Guaranteed Straight or Your Money Back
Flaherty's Prosecutorial Crusade
Don't Believe the Hype: Worker solidarity can win economic justice
So, Was That Just a Press Conference?
American Workers Can Learn From Gaddafi
Bend's Gypsy Table Tennis Club Comes Home: Settled into a downtown location, the club readies for second-annual tourney
Our Picks for 3/9 -3/17: Breathe EZ Benefit Concert, Sunny Ledfurd, 9th Annual Grin and Bear It Run and more
What to do in Bend, Oregon the week of 3/9 - 3/17/2011.
The Rainmaker closes, Tuesdays with Morrie Opens and Aida sings its way into your heart
By Anne Pick
Kayo's: The Marilyn Room
Little Bites: Pilot Butte Drive-In Eyes Westside - Lease Negotiations ongoing; Pine Tavern re-opens
By Eric Flowers
New Kid in Town: From the ashes of El Cap Sisters comes the cozy Los Agaves
Beer To Go: Bend's Cycle Pub
Love and Other Adjustments: Adjustment Bureau stirs up a melting pot of genres at hyper speed
By Morgan P Salvo
Slow Motion: Mars Needs Moms may capture motion, but it doesn't capture much that's real
A Kick in the Balls: Bulletstorm is a solid shooting gallery without any pretext
The Charlie Sheen Network
Out of Town - 3/9 - 3/17: Joshua Radin, Disturbed, Devo, and Eugene Irish Cultural Festival
Adele - 21
Save for a couple of so-so tracks, 21 is a beautiful album led by a singer with a pristine, classic voice.
Brews and Guitars: The Mother Hips are making beer and excellent throwback rock
Of all the things Tim Bluhm could be excited about, beer doesn't seem like it would be at the top of the Mother Hips front man's list.
By Mike Bookey
Ode to Packy and Dr. Matt Maberry
By Jim Anderson
What's a Jimmer? The quiet, white awesomeness of the nation's seemingly invisible leading scorer
Snow Therapy at Dutchman Flats: How to treat the late-winter blues with outdoor exercise
By Laurel Brauns
Woman of the Year - Possibilities with a View How Lawnae Hunter is changing Central Oregon's economic future
By Sara Roth
Who's the Chick on the Drums?: Lindsey Elias is leading the way for the region's young female musicians
Swimming Through a Sea of Plastic Bags: Sara Wiener at Sara Bella Upcycled creates useful, environmentally friendly products out of trash
Why Should Women Have the Vote? Why Not?: A history of women's suffrage in Central Oregon
Riding High: Miki Keller Makes Women's Motocross a Serious Sport
Ageless Songs: Sure, she's 79, but that hasn't stopped Harriet Dickson from returning to her music
Women Making the Best Beer in the Region... To Name a Few
Mon., Dec. 4, 7:30 p.m.
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