Vol. 20, No. 43
The Streets Have Never Been Scarier
The Deschutes Historical Museum's big annual fundraiser brings Bend's haunted history to life
By Brian Jennings
Senator Wyden Talks Tuition Relief with OSU Cascades Students
Ice Season Opens at The Pavilion on Halloween
By Hayley Jo Murphy
Not Guilty: Malheur Trial
Defendants in the 41-day Standoff Will Walk—But Ammon Bundy's Attorney placed into custody
By Nicole Vulcan
Endorsements: State Representative District 53 & Oregon Secretary of State
So you thought we were done with elections coverage for the year? Nope. Here are our last two endorsements.
Counting Her In
TEDxBend Women offers a forum to tackle issues facing Oregon women
By Annette Benedetti
It's Pronounced 'Fronk-en-steen'
2nd St. Theater rolls out its "Young Frankenstein" musical
By Russ Axon
Frivolous Lawsuits Go Up in Smoke
The Kansas attorney general unintentionally proves that cannabis legalization is working
By Steve Holmes
More Opportunities and Expectations for Housing Millennials and First Time Buyers
By Nick Nayne, Principal Broker
Looking for something to do Halloween weekend? We've got you covered.
By The Source Staff
Art Watch 11/3-11/9
A New Partnership
Barbecue Dreams Come True
Curb B Q melts in your mouth
By Jared Rasic
Little Bites: Need a Great Beercation?
Maybe make it a staycation
A New Barrel-Aged Collage
Deschutes and Hair of the Dog team up for more complex booziness
By Kevin Gifford
Scare Your Pants Off
The Source's picks for Halloween flicks, no matter what the crowd
"Jack Reacher" never grabs on
When Country and Metal Share a Creative Brain
Fans of Staind's Aaron Lewis may be catching onto the musician's new-old style
By Alan Sculley
Have You Seen These Boys?
The Milk Carton Kids have returned
Killing Wildlife for Fun
A case against sport killing
By Jim Anderson
Bundled Up for Fun
A roundup of winter events this season
Snow Riders' Guide
The Not-So-Glamorous Life of a Lifty
The little things you can do to make their job easier
By Dana Bartus
Drive like a Local
Yes, Oregonians drive slow. Here's how to fit in.
A Mountain of Growth
New Mt. Bachelor lift makes the mountain the 5th-largest ski area in the U.S.A.
Lazy Skiers' Delight
Skijoring lets someone else do the hard work on the snow
Charity Classic Pickleball Tournament Benefiting La Pine-Sunriver Habitat For Humanity
Fri., Dec. 8 and Sat., Dec. 9
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