Best Seat in the House

Best Seat in the House

Prohibitions, party-fouls and penalties to know so you won't be that guy during summer concert poaching
Many seasons ago, during the Old Mill District's annual Michael Franti psychedelic musical time-space continuum trip, a man in a capsized canoe T-boned my raft just before nightfall. Knowledgeable paddlers aboard, we auto-piloted into rescue mode.

Happy Girls Do Run

Women's race series offers supportive running community for every skill level
Central Oregon boasts nationally renowned trails that attract outdoor enthusiasts and endurance athletes alike, with no shortage of races in Central Oregon from which runners can choose.

A Community Thread: Dorothy West

A focus on relationships and humans' potential
Editor's note: Joshua Langlais is a local photographer and the creator of A Community Thread, a project for which he interviews folks on the subject of community, its importance and how we function as individuals within it.

Legally Blonde, Youth Edition

TMP brings a teen musical to the Tower
You might remember the movie version, starring Reese Witherspoon. Now, local kids are taking on "Legally Blonde" with a junior version.

He Talks with Sasquatch

Two Bigfoot experts head to Bend to share their experiences
Kewaunee Lapseritis and his wife, Kelly Lapseritis, are two of the most prominent figures within the Sasquatch-lore community. Kewaunee has a background in conservation, anthropology, dowsing (a technique for searching for underground water, minerals, or anything invisible, by observing the motion of a pointer or the changes in direction of a pendulum), psychology and holistic health.

'Columnist' explores Vietnam writer's zeal

Auburn's play examines the life and writings of political commentator Joseph Alsop
There are always two sides to a story. Then again, there can be countless "sides," or perspectives, as revealed in David Auburn's fictional biopic of Vietnam-era journalist, Joseph Alsop.

Earth Day Events

Events this weekend and beyond
Earth Day is here! In honor of the big day, here's a curated list of some Earth Day events to check out this weekend and beyond.

Source Suggests These Books

Two books geared toward a more sustainable world
"Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming" Edited by Paul Hawken

Getting Lost in Cabin 8

Artist In Residency program offers a tranquil spot for creativity
Finding the time—and the space— for creativity can be hard. The outside world beckons— distracting many creative types from building up focus, resulting in half-baked projects or shoddy execution.

What Comes After?

MOsley WOtta's new album, the first in seven years, prompts that very question
It's been seven years since MOsley WOtta's last album, "Kinkonk." That's a big window for things to change, especially for a musician.

TEDxBend 2019: Speakers We're Stoked to See

The popular speaker series returns this Saturday
Yes, it's back — the speaker event of the year, TEDxBend, is set to host a number of idea innovators from various fields, along with a few musicians, at Bend Senior High School for a full day of inspirational talks and performances. No doubt, all of the presenters and performances will be inspirational, but here are a few that we are looking forward to the most.


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Cinderella - Summit High School Auditorium

Sun., May 26, 3 p.m.
Know Machines - Intro to Denim Mending

Know Machines - Intro to Denim Mending - Downtown Bend Public Library

Wed., May 29, 6-7 p.m.
The Power of Film: A BendFilm Fundraiser

The Power of Film: A BendFilm Fundraiser - Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon

Fri., May 31, 6-9 p.m.
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