Welcome to The Leaflet, Central Oregon's first—and only—local guide dedicated to all things cannabis. If you're new here, let the following pages give you a place to start in sorting out this budding industry.
Plan your best year of good living and charitable giving with our first ever Calendar of Fundraisers. This special, pull-out calendar and non-profit event overview will highlight some of our favorite fundraisers of 2019.
Central Oregon's most popular food and beverage guide for locals and tourists!
Happy hour lovers: Did you know The Source Weekly has a handy online tool that helps you identify the happy hours happening right at the moment you want one?
The sun is shining and the leaves are blowing—but if snow lovers have their way, any day now the flakes will fly in the low country as well as the mountains. Let this Winter Insider issue be something like a rain dance, inviting the best parts of winter to get here, already.
We all have them—those dishes we dream about, anytime someone mentions sweet, sweet words like "brunch." Without thinking too hard, what dishes come to mind?
Who's Rising to the Top in 2018? Read on to find out!
Here it is, Central Oregon: The issue many of you wait all year to swoop up off newsstands region-wide. Inside you’ll see the many businesses and individuals who are soaring above the rest and taking home top honors in our 2018 Best of Central Oregon readers’ poll.
As recently as 10 years ago, Bend parks were being overrun by Canada geese.
(Looking for music events?
Live It Up! All the shows that should be on your radar this summer.
You know that friend you always call whenever you're about to take a trip or try something new—the one who always seems to know the best spots to check out?
Roll up on this Bike Issue, Benditos.
What the heck's the deal with e-bikes on trails?
Electric cars, organic farming, water conservation and more
NEWS—Electronic cars, parking and infrastructure
Plug-in cars on on the rise in Central Oregon.
Who's hungry? With more than 350 restaurants, cafes and carts included in this guide, you'll have no shortage of spots with which to satisfy your craving for Northwest cuisine—or Asian, American, Indian, Italian, Mexican, seafood, steak—or just about any other type of world food you can imagine.
What's Made in Central Oregon? Better Question: What's Not?
Seemingly endless outdoor opportunities, rad local brews and a bustling social scene are not the only things that make Central Oregon a cool place to be (though you'll read all about those important aspects of our culture often within the pages of this publication).
Crack open that bottle (or can) of suds
Welcome to the Beer Issue!
Women of the Year: In Her Own Words