• Issue of
  • Aug 2-8, 2012
  • Vol. 16, No. 31




Food & Drink





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  • Hey, remember Hey Marseilles?

    Seattle based mini-orchestra Hey Marseilles rocked a packed Father Luke’s room just a few months ago at our very own McMenamin’s, and now, they’re blowing up. After playing Sasquatch in May, they are currently working on the release of their second full-length album, and have sets booked at some of the North West’s biggest music festivals.
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  • Globetrotter Anthems: Luke Redfield Tonight

    Traveling man and transcendental Americana singer/songwriter Luke Redfield plays celestial folk  music for the nomadic intellectual. His prosaic lyrics have gleaned comparison to Bright Eyes and Iron and Wine and would fit neatly alongside Beat generation poetry, discussing everything from philosophy to social activism and, of course, the open road.
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  • Landmark Agreement Reached on Crooked River Water

    A more than yearlong tug of war over unallocated water behind Bowman that pit irrigation districts and the city of Prineville against environmental groups has resulted in a landmark agreement that allocates more water for farmers, cities and fish. The agreement, which was announced Tuesday evening, by Sen.
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  • Staff Picks

    Have you ever heard a person play the lip-trombone? I thought not. Witness that and more from the talented lips of appropriately named Lipbone Redding Friday at Silver Moon Brewing.

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