Vol. 16, No. 13
Four bands for Five Bucks: Tonight at the Hand
Kick ass show for all you spring breakers.
By The Source Staff
Oregon Capitol News goes bust
Another casualty of the troubled journalism industry announced defeat today
About the Cover: The cameraman behind the shot
Our photographers at work.
Director of Human Dignity Coalition to step down
Bruce Morris will leave position as director of the Human Dignity Coalition in April.
New Brewery is on the Rise: Crux Fermentation Project, photos
Construction is coming along at the new brewery run by Sidor, Evers and Wilson.
Not So Quick: Opponents to challenge Nestle's Gorge bottling plant
Take your chocolate chips elsewhere, say critics.
Foodie Crawl to offer a cornucopia of delights
I don't know about you, but the idea of having 16 different dishes, created by 12 of Central Oregon's best chefs, at 11 locations, in one day excites the beejeezus out of me.
Bend Singer Chris Beland Prepares Third Album
Bend singer/songwriter Chris Beland is recording his third album and using Kickstarter to make it happen.
Old Mill's Newest Creative Space To Host Open (Work)house on Sat.
Get Pumped for the Final Four: Michael Jordan UNC Mixtape
Remember MJ's game-winning shot in 1982?
St. Charles to Ground AirLink; Texas Firm will Take Over Medical Flights
Reader Survey: Best Sub $100 Headphones?
Reader Survey: When you're out and about listening to music, what headphones adorn your dome and why?
Spring Cleanup Special: Out with the Old Poop, in with the New
Scoop delivers the Straight Poop from Bend, Ore.
By Source Weekly
Censorship Isn't Funny
By Eric Flowers
Check Your Gas Facts
Don't Be Fooled by St. Charles' Smokescreen
Rather than bargain in good faith with its employees for a union contract, St. Charles management decided to take advantage of the close vote.
If the Shoe Fits: As a mobile horseshoer, Walt Freund earns his living utilizing a skill that few have
Because this winter has been a mild one, Freund is already shoeing horses, a task he usually performs later in the year as the 60-degree days become more consistent.
Our Picks for 3/29-4/5
Viva La Ferrell: The return of Will Ferrell and his low-budget laughs
By Ross Leonard
Bad Cop/Worse Cop: Woody Harrelson is the cop you love to hate in Rampart
Rampart is also an in-depth character study of a multi-dimensional dude teetering on the edge.
Dark Ditties: Rachel Brooke and Viva Le Vox explain why we shouldn't be smiling
Spring Break on the Cheap: Exploring Central Oregon's great staycation potential
What is our reward for planning ahead for the upcoming season? Four feet of snow in the mountains! Thank you.
Traditional Heavy Metal: Blacksmithing and rock 'n roll are both alive and well at Orion Forge
Dahlberg is a blacksmith, an ancient profession that has survived the industrial, agricultural and high-tech revolutions.
Spring Arts & Style
The Accidental Artist: Nurse by trade, surfer by choice Kyle Catterlin finds a niche in custom guitar building
Wood is Good: It took a global recession for Jeff Pechan to tap his woodworking lineage
Wolf Song: The Role of the Wolf Species in Plateau Spirituality
High Desert Museum
Thu., Feb. 22, 6-7 p.m.
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