Vol. 15, No. 44
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog on Occupy Wall Street
Triumph heads to the Occupy Wall Street protests.
By Wm.™ Steven Humphrey
Tumalo Falls at Night
A great shot by Christian Heeb of Tumalo Falls.
By Christian Heeb
An Axle to Grind: After a decade of advocating, Bend skaters are still waiting for a new park
Local skaters are still waiting for their own spot to shred.
By Eric Flowers
Bend's Celebrity Tortoise
By The Source Staff
Right On, Newport Market Sign Person
Local grocer drops wisdom.
Hardcore Triathlon to Debut in Bend Next Year
The Leadman Tri Life Epic 250 triathlon comes to Bend in 2012.
City Councilor Files Bancruptcy, Seeks County Seat
Tom Greene is looking to change job fields.
Cloaked Characters New EP Features Sounds of Pretty Lights
Cloaked Characters, Pretty Lights, Jay Tablet, Bend Oregon
Trail Work Party: Whoops, there it is
Help repair the berms and features for next hucking season.
Former Mayors Join Surface Water Opposition
Bend, water, surface
Candidate for "Best Missed Connection of 2011": Man seeks girl who held his iphone hostage
Be sure to get specific when listing a missed connection, even an unromantic one.
Win Free Tickets to See Collie Buddz
Win a pair of tickets to see Collie Buddz at the Domino Room.
An Asteroid is Supposed to Almost Hit Earth Today!
An asteroid called 2005 YU55 is come within a 202,000 miles of Earth today.
Our Promise: There Will Never Be a Straight Poop Deficit Here
A gathering of happenings from throughout the week.
By Source Weekly
County Commissioners Whychus Gaffe
Deschutes County Commissioners haven't given ONDA an open and fair process.
Give Builders a Break
Resident encourages us all to chip in and get Bend's economy back on track.
Share the Sno-Park Parking
A quick note on sno-park parking.
Time for a Second Look at Surface Water Project
Resident skeptical of Bend's Surface Water Improvement Project.
A Collector of Stories: The Nature of Words brings Augusten Burroughs to share his memoir-writing skills
Running With Scissors author to share insights at Bend's Nature of Words festival.
By Mike Bookey
Our Picks for 11/2-11/9
The Source Weekly's picks for the upcoming week.
Little Bites: Soup-er!: It's fall and time to start eating warm stuff
Cold weather brings out the soup.
Now Serving Spicy: Digging into the big portions and small prices at Los Jalapenos
Los Jalapenos offers good food at a great value.
By Amy Belasen
Gonzo Takes It Easy: The Truth Rebel gets a sad origin in The Rum Diary
The Rum Diary falls short of expectations.
By Morgan P Salvo
Puss in IMAX: Puss in Boots will swashbuckle its way to your heart
Spin-off offers an all-around 3D, IMAX experience.
By Jared Rasic
Whoo-whoo! Technology Train A-Comin'!
AMC's new show depicts how technology changed America.
M83: Hurry Up We're Dreaming
New album owes lots to the '80s.
Welcome Back: After four years, Scott Fisher releases another record and it was worth the wait
Northwest musician returns to music scene after four year hiatus.
Hands on Nature: Learning about the spotted frog in LaPine with Wolftree
Wolftree brings alternative learning strategy to the kids of LaPine.
By Jim Anderson
Back on the Hunt: Some pointers for Kim Kardashian's next try at landing a pro athlete husband
Despite Kim Kardashian's most recent divorce, there are still plenty of eligible jock bachelors.
The Long Goodbye: A fitting farewell to a faithful river companion
The hardships of losing man's best friend.
Pickin and Grinnin': Chantrelle hunting in the Cascades
Sun., Dec. 10, 7-9 p.m.
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