Vol. 16, No. 3
Where's Walden?: Critics charge Oregon's Congressman with playing politics with his public appearance
Protesters are seated in chairs near the door to the office and are reading through a list of their congressman's votes, statements and efforts over the past few years.
By Mike Bookey
Avalanches reported in CO backcountry
Beware! High avalanche risk in the backcountry.
By The Source Staff
Heck Yes, Winter!
Let is snow, more is on the way.
Nice Day for a Jog -- Seriously
Proof that some people will job in any weather.
Shooting the Breeze with the NYT's Andrew Ross Sorkin: Things I learned
Big brains in the world of economics offer insight.
Too Much of a Good Thing: Bachelor Closes
Mt Bachelor. It's a record. 35 in 24.
Record 24-hour snowfall hits Mt. Bachelor.
We Take it Back
Radical Band Tonight: Animal Eyes play the The Horned Hand. Cheap!
Tonight is a good night for indie folk rock and drinking beer with buddies.
The weather redeems itself this weekend.
(Deschutes) Beer Is Back!
New menu items in a big new space.
Living History: A Conversation with 1961 freedom riders, tonight
Listen as Silver and Liggins relate how they supported nonviolent change during the civil-rights movement.
All the Straight Poop on Mitt, Newt, Tim and the Two Rickys
By Source Weekly
Flip-Flopping on Waldo Lake
Whether Waldo Lake will continue to provide a near-pristine wilderness experience for Oregonians and visitors is far from clear.
More Concealed Handgun Paranoia
Debate over the issues of privacy, public safety and gun owners' rights.
Which is Worse?
More People, Less Money, in Politics
Dredging Mirror Pond Isn't the Answer
Our Picks for 1/19-1/26
An Extremely Happy Hour: Joolz reminds us why it's still going strong
Happy hour at Joolz from 4pm-9pm.
Civilized Behavior: Roman Polanski takes you into the Carnage of parenting
Director Roman Polanski keeps the pace of a theatrical production and chose a wonderful cast in Carnage.
By Ross Leonard
Low End Chills and Thrills: Contraband finally allows Iceland to get noticed for more than Bjork
Contraband, starring Mark Wahlberg, is the updated version of Lucio Fulci's Italian gangster splatter-fest of the same name.
By Morgan P Salvo
Comics Vs. Video Games: Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is a fighter done right
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is the ultimate version of an already solid fighting game.
A Folk Hero: Peter Yarrow reflects on how his music helped change America
Yarrow intends to build a little community at the Tower Theatre on Saturday night.
The Underrated Genius of Danny Barnes
A Texas-bred, Seattle-based banjo and guitar player initially known as the front man of the Bad Livers.
Goodbye, Bend: On five years of writing about sports and other things you might have cared about
Mike Bookey says his goodbye to the The Source Weekly and all the readers.
The Science of Slickness: How and why road crews keep you safe in the snow
The procedures and chemical reactions that give our icy roads traction.
The Science of Ski Wax: There's a lot more to it than melting a candle over the base of your favorite boards before heading out the door
Wax serves a necessary role in skiing, acting as both a sealant and a lubricant for your skis.
The More Things Change: Known by many names, Gore-Tex is the technology underlying all modern gear
The science behind how apparel keeps you warm.
Built for Speed: The Physics of the Winter Athlete Body
The physics and effects skiing has on the human body.
By Michelle Mercer
Lab Goggles Before Ski Goggles: Applying the scientific method to the Northwest's wacky weather
How the jet stream and the mountains effect our weather.
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