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Hundreds Gather, Largely Masked, for a Black Lives Matter Rally in Downtown Bend

1. Hundreds Gather, Largely Masked, for a Black Lives Matter Rally in Downtown Bend

Bend's rally remains peaceful, while others nationwide turn violent
May. 30

2. Rick Steber's Giant Toilet Paper Emporium

Prineville author and shop owner, ready to move on, hosting parties in 'open defiance' of closures
May. 31

3. Bend Women Convicted of Killing Her Own Son

Tashina Jordan pleaded guilty except for insanity to the death of her disabled child
Jun. 1

4. Are Drive-In Theaters Making a Comeback?

A short-lived drive-in in Prineville offers a nostalgic experience - but are drive-in movies here to stay?
May. 16

5. Walking the High Desert: Encounters with Rural America Along the High Desert Trail

Chapter One, part one in our excerpted "serial" of Ellen Waterston's forthcoming book
May. 31

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Phase Two Reopening... Already?

Phase Two Reopening... Already?

Movie theaters, pools, bowling alleys, summer camps and churches could reopen as soon as Friday

Juniper Swim & Fitness is Back!

Juniper Swim & Fitness is Back!

Sign up online for classes and workouts starting June 4

Triple Whammy

Triple Whammy

Eric Leadbetter helps bring joy to the music scene, food industry and hospital workers with the St. Charles Meal Mission

Bend Women Convicted of Killing Her Own Son

Bend Women Convicted of Killing Her Own Son

Tashina Jordan pleaded guilty except for insanity to the death of her disabled child

Rick Steber's Giant Toilet Paper Emporium

Rick Steber's Giant Toilet Paper Emporium

Prineville author and shop owner, ready to move on, hosting parties in 'open defiance' of closures

Walking the High Desert: Encounters with Rural America Along the High Desert Trail

Walking the High Desert: Encounters with Rural America Along the High Desert Trail

Chapter One, part one in our excerpted "serial" of Ellen Waterston's forthcoming book

Hundreds Gather, Largely Masked, for a Black Lives Matter Rally in Downtown Bend

Hundreds Gather, Largely Masked, for a Black Lives Matter Rally in Downtown Bend

Bend's rally remains peaceful, while others nationwide turn violent

Walking the High Desert: Encounters with Rural America Along the High Desert Trail

Walking the High Desert: Encounters with Rural America Along the High Desert Trail

Chapter One, part one in our excerpted "serial" of Ellen Waterston's forthcoming book

Pearl's Puzzle - Week Of May 28

Pearl's Puzzle - Week Of May 28

Here's this week's Sudoku!

A Bend Photographer's Mission to Document Resiliency, from the Sidewalk

A Bend Photographer's Mission to Document Resiliency, from the Sidewalk

*New Images! - Locals share their stories and pose for photos during the pandemic

Raising the Bar

Raising the Bar

Serving drinks to thirsty customers is fraught with concerns for bartenders—but customers have a role to play, too. Read what happened during a recent Friday morning at a local greasy spoon.

Free Will Astrology—Week of May 28

Free Will Astrology—Week of May 28

It'll be especially valuable for you to claim that superpower.

Empty Stages

Empty Stages

Local event professionals move toward new ways of doing events—while also facing the unknown

Cans-To-Go: The Beverages of May

Cans-To-Go: The Beverages of May

A look into this month's installment of our Cans-To-Go series, trying out new beers in the comfort of home

Cans-To-Go: Sippy Cup Hazy Pale Ale

Cans-To-Go: Sippy Cup Hazy Pale Ale

A warm afternoon and a few hazy pales, right from Bend

A New Way to Beer Fest

A New Way to Beer Fest

With beer fests—and all fests—only alive in the virtual world, attending events like Portland Beer Fest just got easier for locals

Triple Whammy

Triple Whammy

Eric Leadbetter helps bring joy to the music scene, food industry and hospital workers with the St. Charles Meal Mission

LIVE! From the Volcanic Theatre Pub

LIVE! From the Volcanic Theatre Pub

Four bands will kick off Volcanic's upcoming live-streamed concert series—a hybrid between streaming and in-person shows

Virtually Together ▶ (with video)

Virtually Together ▶ (with video)

Tin Pan Theater and BendFilm celebrate one year together—and in the age of coronavirus, they also celebrate getting new movies on the same day as L.A. or N.Y.C.

No Sisters Folk Festival in 2020

No Sisters Folk Festival in 2020

We'll have to wait til next year to celebrate the beloved music festival

The High Desert is Calling, and It Wants Its Local Music

The High Desert is Calling, and It Wants Its Local Music

A compilation album, bringing together Central Oregon musicians

Filmmaking with Your Quaranteam

Filmmaking with Your Quaranteam

Local director Taylor Morden stays busy with "The Last Blockbuster" documentary and more

Last Time Out

Last Time Out

Musicians remember their last concerts before the pandemic shut things down

Phase Two Reopening... Already?

Phase Two Reopening... Already?

Movie theaters, pools, bowling alleys, summer camps and churches could reopen as soon as Friday

Juniper Swim & Fitness is Back!

Juniper Swim & Fitness is Back!

Sign up online for classes and workouts starting June 4

Bend Women Convicted of Killing Her Own Son

Bend Women Convicted of Killing Her Own Son

Tashina Jordan pleaded guilty except for insanity to the death of her disabled child

Rick Steber's Giant Toilet Paper Emporium

Rick Steber's Giant Toilet Paper Emporium

Prineville author and shop owner, ready to move on, hosting parties in 'open defiance' of closures

Hundreds Gather, Largely Masked, for a Black Lives Matter Rally in Downtown Bend

Hundreds Gather, Largely Masked, for a Black Lives Matter Rally in Downtown Bend

Bend's rally remains peaceful, while others nationwide turn violent

The Spanish Flu in Bend and Beyond 🎧 [with podcast]

The Spanish Flu in Bend and Beyond 🎧 [with podcast]

What was Bend like back in 1918? How did Americans respond to the Spanish flu?

Guest Opinion: Let's Talk Optics ▶ (with video)

Guest Opinion: Let's Talk Optics ▶ (with video)

BLACK PEOPLE! BLACK! BLACCCKKKKKK! Oh did I scare you?

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