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Inside A Christmas Carol

You've probably seen this play—or film—at least once during the holidays. The director of this version tells us why this one is not "the same old story."
Kelley Ryan has acted, managed and costumed dozens of plays in her long career as an actress, but the Cascades Theatrical Company's "A Christmas Carol," will mark Ryan's directorial debut. We talked with Ryan about the iconic tale, and how CTC's production will set itself apart.

Theater

Spring Olson

A quest to share simple, local ingredients and practices through Sakari Botanicals
"It's really important to slow things down, learn how to get outside and enjoy your surroundings.

Source Spotlight

$20 Original Art Sale from Local Artists

Looking for some original art but on a budget? You're in luck this weekend!
F or the last five years, Bend artists have gathered to sell small, one-of-a-kind pieces for just $20.

Art Watch

Wild Roots, Berries & Booze

Can Northwest fruit cure a hangover? A writer knocks 'em back to find out... for the good of humanity, of course
Chris Joseph had a problem.

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Food & Drink

Silver Moon Returns

Like the all-mighty luna, the brewery has re-emerged after renovations
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Chow

Bad Wolf Bakery Expands with New Coffeehouse

If you are headed to OSU-Cascades or Mt. Bachelor, there's a new spot to grab coffee and some tasty bites.

Chow

Coffee Injection: Riff Cold Brew Coffee Launches

Heavyweights from Crux and Stumptown join forces with LinkedIn.
Coffee culture continues to grow in Bend.

Chow

Local Culture Rides Kraut Trend

School teachers by day, kraut delivery cyclists the rest of the time
It's been said here before: sauerkraut is the new kimchi, and Local Culture is proof this trend is still hot.

Chow

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Screen

Why BendFilm? As the fest nears, a word from a local film lover.

Michelle Haynes Alvarado; Owner and Director at Wahoo Films
"E arly in my career, I thought I knew everything.

Film

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Outside

The Dark Side of Your Morning Cup of Coffee

Coffee and Birds, it's not always a happy marriage
Not being a coffee drinker anymore, and not being in the bird-researcher loop as many of my friends are, the business of songbird conservation and coffee-growing methods went right over my head.

Natural World

Boys to Men

"Man Camp" aims to foster male courage and empowerment
O ne of Hollywood's most powerful producers, a man accustomed to churning out Oscar statues like so much theater popcorn, winds up in disgrace after explosive, widespread charges of sexual harassment.

Outside Features

Natural World: The trouble with people and deer

I f you take the time to read this column today you may not enjoy it; some of it is about misfortune and despair—but you can give it a happy ending.

Natural World

And You Think You've Got Trouble!

Double trouble on four legs: the Bushy-tailed packrat.
T hose who try to grow their own vittles know that in Central Oregon—especially in the juniper and sagebrush country —it's tough to grow veggies outdoors.

Natural World

20/40/60: The Drive Less Challenge

A Millennial, a Xennial and an old hippie endeavor to alt-commute to work. Who will log the most miles?
T he City of Bend is 35.9 square miles—hardly a megalopolis that makes walking, biking or otherwise getting out of your car to get around a daunting task.

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Special Sections

Shop Local: The New Players in the Game

New(ish) local businesses divulge their keys to success
Call them the upstarts, the noobs, the gamers who only recently picked up the paddle.

Shop Local

The Rules Around Legal Weed in Oregon

Frequently Asked Questions About Oregonian Cannabis
W hether you've been in our fair state since recreational marijuana became legal on July 1, 2015, or this is your first foray into all things cannabis in Oregon, here are some questions that we—and the fine dispensaries and cannabis businesses of our region—hear often.

The Leaflet

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Bend Nest

Bend Nest Summer 2017

As school wraps up – a little later than usual due to the record number of snow days this year - it’s time to celebrate the many transitions in our children’s lives and realize just how far everyone has come.

Digital Bend Nest Editions

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Blogs

NASA's Eclipse Path Map

Where to see the eclipse across Oregon
Hold onto your hats and bust out those fancy cardboard goggles, because the Great American Eclipse is headed our way August 21, 2017. Here's a map of the path of totality for Oregon, courtesy of NASA.

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Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show

Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show - Midtown Ballroom

Thu., Jan. 18, 6-7 & 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Alyson Belcher: Ice Portals

Alyson Belcher: Ice Portals - Bend Art Center

Saturdays, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sundays, 12-5 p.m. and Mondays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Continues through Jan. 27
Central Oregon Women's March for Action

Central Oregon Women's March for Action - Drake Park

Sat., Jan. 20, 12-1:30 p.m.
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