Vol. 15, No. 49
Still Smokin' : Controlled Burns Planned for Area
By The Source Staff
Peddling a Different Message: Traveling by bicycle, a local woman delivers a healthy message to America's students
Pedaling for a good, healthy cause.
Ten Million Needed to Eliminate Homelessness, Report Says
A plan to eliminate homelessness has been unveiled.
By Eric Flowers
BLM Acknowledges Rough Handling of Wild Horses
This Rudolph Will Light You Up: Rudolph's Imperial Red Ale
Three Creeks Brewing's winter brew is easy to warm up to.
The Blind Boys of Alabama: December show at The Tower sold out
After more than 70 years together, the Blind Boys can still see the light. And they sing all about it.
See Your Trash Become Fashion Tonight
Check out tonight's Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion show.
The Nature of Words' Ellen Waterston to Step Down
The founder of the Nature of Words literary organization has chosen to step down.
City is Hip to Westside Noise Complaints
Neighbors take issue with noisy venues.
Post Office Looking To Shutter Bend Facility
In Medias Res Show Canceled
Even though their show in Bend was canceled, you can still check out the music of Vancouver B.C. band, In Medias Res. You can also help make a difference for the lead singer's father.
Blazers' Brandon Roy to Retire?
Brandon Roy is expected to announce his retirement due to knee injuries.
Drug Bust of the Week
Bend's Midtown Ballroom Robbed This Weekend
More than $4,000 in gear was stolen from the Midtown this weekend.
Getting Ugly with the Source: A photographic review of Friday's party
Lots of terrible looking holiday attire here.
Stock Up Now On Fresh Straight Poop For The Holidays
A gathering of happenings in the news from the previous week.
By Source Weekly
Throwing the Boat-Rockers Overboard
Where UO is heading after the departure of President Richard Lariviere.
Working-Class Tax Cut Stalemate
Governmental parties still refuse to agree.
In reply to: Post Office Looking To Shutter Bend Facility, Bent, 12-9:
Thoughts on shuttering Bend's post office.
Leaders Should Share Our Schools
Magnet Take Was Off The Mark
Take on magnet schools was off the mark.
An Oregon Tale: Local author Kim Cooper Findling gets personal with her state and her past in her new book
Local author, Kim Cooper Findling, releases new book.
By Mike Bookey
Our Picks for 12/7-12/15
TSWeekly's top events for the upcoming week.
Adventures in Babysitting; The Sitter is wrong on every level - and that's not a good thing
Jonah Hill's The Sitter proves more corny than crude.
By Morgan P Salvo
Clooney Unplugged: The Descendants impresses, but beware the hype
Clooney drops the hot guy routine for a stunning performance in The Descendants.
By Jared Rasic
The Old Collage Try: A stream-of-consciousness review of the stream-of-nonsense New Year's Eve
Tweets from the Valentine's Day duplicate, New Year's Eve.
Making a List: Forget the old standards and try one of these seven holiday films
An assortment of alternative Christmas movies.
Allow Me to Fascinate You
Missing the cut on Barbara Walter's Most Fascinating People list.
By Wm.™ Steven Humphrey
They Can Still See the Light; Impervious to time, the Blind Boys of Alabama are still cranking out hits
The Blind Boys of Alabama bring their legendary gospel to Bend.
Dark and Dusty: The big, spooky country sound of The Rural Demons
Talking with one of Bend's most intriguing new bands.
BCS Lovers!: Why do these people enjoy ruining college football?
BCS is ruining college football
A Gran Affair: Cyclocross preview, broken bindings and a backcountry checklist
Gearing up for cyclocross
Sisters Folk Festival
Sisters Art Works
Sun., Oct. 1, 12-4:30 p.m.
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