Vol. 15, No. 29
Out With the Old: old guard feels the squeeze as boomers stake their claim at Bend Senior Center
Earl Williams fights for the senior citizen lunch program which could possibly be relocated.
By Eric Flowers
David Wu's Resignation: The Domino Effect
So what happens in Oregon politics after Wu's resignation?
By Miles J. Jackson, II
David Wu Resigns: Here are some people who might fill his spot.
U.S. Rep. David Wu of Oregon won't seek re-election, but here's some people who might.
The Traveling Camera: Balloons Over Bend
Balloons Over Bend provides some great photographic opportunities.
By Christian Heeb
Ride the Wind: Ballooning over Bend
Balloons over Bend.
By Source Weekly
Trails Conditions are Perfect
Rain makes Bend bike trails more awesome.
By The Source Staff
Unusually High Number of Human-Caused Wildfires in Central Oregon
Mt. Washington/Reed Market Roundabout to Close Tomorrow
The roundabout at Mt. Washington Drive and Century Drive will be closed for 40 days, beginning July 26.
Staying Put: Story of a little girl lost has a happy ending
Local youth does the right thing while lost on local trails.
What Ales Ya?: Not making the grade as a beer lover
Woody learns beer babble.
Astro Reopens at New Location - Tonight
The new Astro Lounge is bigger, shinier and has a patio.
To Vote for Our Mayor or Not: Let the people decide, says Clinton
Not resolution yet on the mayor question.
You can't beat it.
Your Straight Poop Now Available via Streaming Print!
The newest freshest poop around.
The National Guard's Cheesy Move
National Guard is given the boot for promising money that was never given.
What's That, You Say?
Something has become quite clear about the readers of the Bulletin.
OPEN LETTER TO THE BEND PARK AND RECREATION BOARD
People are becoming angry about issues with the senior center lunch program.
Bait and Switch at the Senior Center
The senior citizens of Bend are being forced to deal with a bait and switch.
Open Your Ears
It's time to open your ears and shut your mouth.
Kickball Fever: Putting a foot into a big red ball is no longer just a game for kids
Kickball might be an age old game but it's the coolest new game around town.
By Bob Woodward
Charles Finn: Pennies from Heaven
The significance of pennies.
Thinking Outside the Cone: The inside scoop on summer treats
Summer in Bend is filled with plenty of options to get your frozen desert fix.
By Amy Belasen
Solace from Sausalito: A happenstance discovery of The Pelican Inn
Dining in Northern California.
All Good in the Hood (River)
Brewing in Hood River is better than ever.
Screw You, Voldemort: This Harry Potter fan's last date with the prince of wizards
The final Harry Potter film premieres.
By Jared Rasic
From Sad to Worse: These Beginners have no luck
Beginners is released giving both experienced and beginner movie viewers an unsatisfactory movie.
By Morgan P Salvo
Terrorists? Prepare to get Terrorized!
Adult Swim has a new show debuting called NTSF: SD: SUV
Viva Voce: THE FUTURE WILL DESTROY YOU VANGUARD RECORDS
Viva Voce's comes out with their sixth record.
Remember the '90s?: Getting reacquainted with Everclear, 16 years after Sparkle and Fade
It's the 90's all over again as Everclear returns.
By Mike Bookey
Pity the Poor Jackrabbit: Things haven't been easy for these quick critters
A look into the fast world of jackrabbits.
By Jim Anderson
No More Re-Racks: It's time we came up with some formal beer pong rules
it's time that real peer pong rules are decided upon.
Cut to the Chase: Lift-served mountain biking, hiking and disc golfing with a view at Willamette Pass
Where to Sit for the Crit: Cascade Cyclings premier public appearance returns to down town
By Michelle Mercer
Mutant Doll Art Show
ReGroup Thrift Warehouse
Sun., Oct. 1, 6-8 p.m.
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