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Culture is everywhere in Central Oregon. From the amazing music embraced by large audiences at the Les Schwab Amphitheater, the Festival of Cultures in Centennial Park in Redmond, Munch & Music, Music on the Green, Country Music Gathering in Prineville to the small more intimate venues at Old Stone, High Desert Chamber Music, Fat Tuesdays…

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“The mainstream film industry prides itself on telling the truth about the human condition. But when it comes to sex—the most fundamental human condition—they pull down their petticoat and scamper away like a shamed Victorian debutante. It’s disappointing that the largest demographic on Earth is professionally overlooked by movie studios and awards ceremonies. ~ Penthouse…

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Central Oregon at-risk youth with limited opportunities have greatly benefited from Caldera’s long-time mission to be a catalyst for the transformation of underserved youth. Founded in 1996 by Dan Wieden (co-founder of the Portland, Oregon-based international advertising agency, Wieden+Kennedy) and his family, the innovative, year-round art and environmental camp continues to nurture creativity and by…

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“Art is a fundamental ingredient of any thriving and vibrant community. Art sparks connections between people, movements and new ideas. To put it simply, art makes life better. I am thrilled to celebrate Oregon’s best artists and art supporters through the Governor’s Arts Awards.” ~ Oregon Governor Kate Brown I am really pleased to see…

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The election has a lot of people (actually the majority of Americans) concerned about the future, particularly the way we treat each other and how we view diversity and manage our differences. My youngest son, Jesse (a smart, flourishing business leader in LA), has a young daughter and son and his comments just break my…

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Not without controversy, just like the approval of artworks for the roundabouts, the Bend City Council has agreed to allow murals in the Makers District close to downtown Bend. Commissioner Doug Knight was the lone vote against the resolution citing concerns about content. Through a cohesive collaboration led by the Arts, Beautification and Culture Commission…