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Is the Market Going to Experience a Downturn the likes of the Great Recession?

Is the Market Going to Experience a Downturn the likes of the Great Recession?

The question I'm asked almost daily
The weather is warming, the signs that summer is afoot are all around us and we are officially living a new "reality." Historically, spring and summer months in the real estate market are bustling with energy and excitement.

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Smells Like Quarantine Spirit & Trial By Fireworks

You see who people are when they're tested.
Smells Like Quarantine Spirit

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Empty Stages

Local event professionals move toward new ways of doing events—while also facing the unknown
As we enter the Riverhouse on the Deschutes and step down into the basement, it's eerily empty. All that exists right now, besides hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of equipment, is hope.

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This Modern World—week of May 28

Way to pass the pandemic.

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Free Will Astrology—Week of May 28

It'll be especially valuable for you to claim that superpower.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): I've got a message for you, courtesy of poet Lisel Mueller. I think her wisdom can help you thrive in the coming weeks.

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Which Deaths Matter?

We must stop the carnage by any means necessary!

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Pearl's Puzzle - Week of May 21

Here's this week's Sudoku!
Download and print the puzzle here:

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A Different Kind of Memorial Day Weekend

This year's holiday won't be ordinary, but it might allow people to remember what the day off is really about
Normally, Memorial Day weekend would be a guaranteed celebration—an extra day tacked on to the weekend, right as summer begins to kick off. If this was like other years, Central Oregon would be busy playing party host to visitors and locals alike.

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The Times, They Did Change

Impacts of COVID-19 on real estate
As Central Oregon begins to reemerge slowly and safely from quarantine, many are anxious to get back to normal and accomplish the real estate goals put on hold due to the pandemic. A large number of buyers and sellers are ready to make their move but everyone is still asking themselves, what is this market doing? 

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How to Waste Less Food in the Kitchen (and Eat Better, Too)

Saving money by using the whole plant, from Bend's Garden Betty
When people think about zero-waste living or eating more sustainably, the following usually come to mind: buying food in bulk and bringing your own containers, supporting local farms or composting at home.

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This Modern World—week of May 21

More crisis management tips from Donald Trump

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Free Will Astrology—Week of May 21

Gemini. Everything good that can and should happen for you in the coming months
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): "The very least you can do in your life is to figure out what you hope for," writes author Barbara Kingsolver. "And the most you can do is live inside that hope.

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Tips For Social Distancing

Be prepared for these scenarios!

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Advice Goddess: The Son-In-Law Also Rises

Avoid flammable gasses
I’m meeting my girlfriend’s parents for the first time (for dinner at their house), and I’m absolutely terrified. Is there a way to win them over?

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Pearl's Puzzle - Week of May 11

Here's your weekly Sudoku, Central Oregon!
Download the PDF here

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Free Will Astrology - Week of May 12

If you're a Taurus, be like Salvador Dali!
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Of all the signs, Tauruses are among the least likely to be egomaniacs. Most of you aren't inclined to indulge in fits of braggadocio or outbreaks of narcissism.

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