New York City Marathon: 5 family members run in a “Most Excellent Adventure”

Bend’s Husk family considered it a trip of a lifetime

They were certainly not the fastest runners on that postcard-perfect New York day. But they … Read more

Restaurant review: Dump City Dumplings

Dump City expands its menu in a new permanent home

Dump City Dumplings owner Dan Butters wants his restaurant to be the “dumpling house of … Read more

Why every garden should have a potted tree

In this rush to lay bare the winter garden, we may be missing an opportunity. … Read more

Splurge or save: A curated, vintage-inspired dining room

November is here, and for many of us, that means quality time spent around the … Read more

Bend man’s DNA test unlocks elaborate family tree

Man finds closed, open doors in search for family

As soon as Bend resident Larry Kimmel was old enough to understand, his parents told … Read more

Near Hilo, nature nutures

If you arrive here on a moonless night, you can hear the water before you … Read more

Beer feels the crush of tariffs

The U.S. does not have enough aluminum smelters to offset burden

For American brewers, metal tariffs are a bit of a buzzkill. This summer, as the … Read more

‘Single Parents’ will have a home at ABC

Q: How is “Single Parents” doing? I’d like to see it stay around for a … Read more

Home cooking counts: Caring for youth experiencing homelessness in Seattle

SEATTLE — Maybe while you’re trying inch by inch to get on I-5, you’ve wondered … Read more

Restaurant review: Brickhouse

More than a decade after its early 2008 opening in a historic building in downtown … Read more

Berlin, a city full of culture, left its mark on this traveler from New York City

In the shadow of the ruined spire of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, a platoon … Read more

SeaWorld tour offers encounter with walruses

ORLANDO, Fla. — Our Walrus Up-Close Tour at SeaWorld Orlando was almost the experience that … Read more

Pasta can help solve dinner dilemmas

In this era when every other person seems to be avoiding carbs or gluten, the … Read more

The season of peak sneaker silliness

In January 2014, Karl Lagerfeld held a couture show set in a fictional Cambon Club … Read more

Most recent restaurant inspections

Deschutes County restaurant inspections Highest scoring Jamba Juice (N. U.S. Highway 97): 100 Deschutes County … Read more

Small bite

You can meet area food producers at this tasting

Foodies and farmers — The High Desert Food & Farm Alliance will welcome the Central … Read more

Exploring Oregon’s Desert Trail

I felt every drop of sweat make its way down my face, neck and back … Read more

Resorts are moving family time from apres-ski to the slopes

Family time may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think … Read more

Anniversary: Carolyn and Gary Wirth

Wirth Gary and Carolyn (Oliver) Wirth, of Bend, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 21-28 … Read more

Holiday bazaars open for shoppers

Pick out decor, baked goods and handmade gifts from local artisans at bazaars, markets

You may still be munching on that Halloween candy, but as sure as the cooler … Read more

Restaurant review: Poke Row

New cafe brings Hawaii to NorthWest Crossing

The single most important factor for a successful seafood restaurant should always be: How fresh … Read more

Georgia roadsides dazzle with flowers and butterflies galore

Recently I seemingly awoke from a daze while driving Interstate 85 north of Columbus, Georgia, … Read more

Creating an attractive point of entry in your home

When you walk into a home, what is the first thing you see? The first … Read more

The reason behind why ‘Bull’ cut its Cable

Q: We love watching “Bull,” but why did the producers kill off the character Cable? … Read more

Soaking up an Alaskan adventure

When heading to the upper reaches of the Pacific Northwest, always pack a raincoat

ON FOX ISLAND, Alaska — A torrential downpour lulled me to sleep the night before … Read more

In Seattle, Scandinavian cuisine makes a comeback

“New cuisine” took off all over Scandinavia in the past decade, delivering tasting menus of … Read more

Tented camps are fast becoming top destinations across the globe

At one point in the mid-2010s, “glamping” became a four-letter word. A sudden boom in … Read more

Second annual Halloween Fiction Contest winners announced

A frightful story about a girl and wolf takes top prize (No, not that one.)

The local writers who competed in The Bulletin’s second annual Halloween Fiction Contest gave staff … Read more

Restaurant review: Zpizza and Tap Room

Bend’s new Zpizza and Tap Room misses the mark

The owners of Bend’s new Best Western Premier Peppertree Inn, at Mt. Washington and Century … Read more

Small bite

More food carts are heading to east Bend

Food pod — River’s Place Bend, the second food-cart pod on Bend’s east side, is … Read more

Spice up your food with your own custom spice blend

Spice blends! More specifically, making your own custom mix of spices to use in your … Read more

Restaurant inspections

Deschutes County restaurant inspections Highest scoring Bend Preserve Restaurant (Thousand Trails): 100 Dairy Queen (Empire): … Read more

New Met Gala theme revealed: Camp

NEW YORK — Next year’s Met Gala will be downright campy. No, seriously. The Metropolitan … Read more

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