Don't Get Those Lululemons In a Twist

How beer yoga can aid in your pursuit of hoppiness. (See what we did there?)
I n a past life I was a yoga teacher.

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.

Rolling Into a New Season

LCRD kicks off their season this weekend, as the Smokin' Ashes take on the Ventura County Derby Darlins
A  whistle sounds and the clacking of skates against waxed, concrete floors becomes the lively soundtrack to hard hits and even harder falls.

Wading, in Style

New fly fishing apparel brand offers a fresh take on fishing gear, claiming"just say no" to all beige, all the time
W hen people leave Bend to stake their flags elsewhere, some take a twinkle in their eye, one that reflects time spent outside enjoying the high desert.

From Butte Lady to Butte Dude

A change in leadership for the Pilot Butte Challenge — but the passion remains.
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Busted Workouts

Exercising outside this week? Know what you're facing first: In terms of smoke and your health.
N o one wants to return from a morning run with a scratchy throat, stinging eyes, and lungs that feel like Muhammad Ali's speed bag.

Hometown Throwdown

Bend Paddle Trail Alliance hosts first Whitewater Park competition
Since inception, the four standing waves of the central channel at Bend's landmark Whitewater Park have ushered and welcomed rivergoers from novice to expert. On Aug. 30, the Bend Paddle Trail Alliance invites one and all to the first of what's hoped to be an annual Whitewater Festival in which paddlers can celebrate and showcase their skills.

Fires, Crops and other Concerns

In small burgs such as Gateway, prep for the eclipse involves and planning to protect farms, and livelihoods
G ateway is a small farming community about 11 miles north of Madras, boasting a population of 50 residents, plus or minus a few.

Eclipsing All Other Views

The first permit issued on the Warm Springs side of Mt. Jefferson means unprecedented views for eclipse viewing
O n Aug. 21, the vast majority of people in Central Oregon will be staring at the sky, watching the moon move in front of the sun, and seeing dusk hit in the middle of the morning.

20/40/60: Oh! The Humanity!

When humans make dogs do human things
In honor of the Dog Days issue, the dogs of the Source weigh in on keeping up with their humans at the park, on the bike path and at the concert grounds.

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    • Thanks for joining the Drive Less Challenge. We are already working on the state level…

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    • You very rarely see someone actually not pick up after their dog. It's dpne when…

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    • Carol - would love to know what the "campaign" is. Although we are only here…

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