‘Men in Black: International’

Stars’ charisma makes this reboot work

“Men in Black”? “X-Men”? That’s so 2000s. The trend of summer 2019 is blockbuster franchise … Read more

Featured artist: Marigny Goodyear

Who: Marigny Goodyear’s series “A Lovely Mess” will be on display at Legum Design through … Read more

Upcoming concerts in Central Oregon

June 13 — Groovasaur (instrumental rock/fusion), McMenamins Old St. Francis School, Bend, mcmenamins.com. June 14 … Read more

Munch & Music, Music in the Pines announce artists

Free concert series return in Bend, La Pine

A couple of late announcements for summer concert series rolled in last week. Read on … Read more

Bend wants more of The Roots

Hip-hop band to make Les Schwab Amphitheater debut

The Roots, the Philadelphia band that almost single-handedly popularized the concept of a live hip-hop … Read more

The Offspring do Americana their way in Bend

Punk hit-makers to play acoustic show at Midtown Ballroom

Quick, name an Offspring song that might translate well to acoustic instruments. “Dirty Magic,” maybe? … Read more

Groovasaur brings fusion to McMenamins

Instrumental sextet to release debut EP in Bend

Since GO! last checked in with Bend jazz-funk-fusion group Groovasaur, it has expanded to a … Read more

Live music at Central Oregon clubs, theaters, other venues

Thursday 6/13 Coyote Willow: The roots duo will perform; 5 p.m.; free; Humm Kombucha Taproom, … Read more

Red Chair welcomes new artists

Member-run gallery in Bend boosts roster by five

If you’re a regular reader of GO! Magazine, you may recall our December 2018 article … Read more

Gallery openings and exhibits in Central Oregon

Art Adventure Gallery: “Homegrown” features works by Richard Thompson; through June; 185 SE Fifth St., … Read more

Happy hour specials

Drinks and nibbles that are easy on your wallet … Read more

This week’s cheap eats

Find deals on meals at restaurants throughout Central Oregon. … Read more

Central Oregon eateries, at a glance

Food critic John Gottberg Anderson’s reviews of Central Oregon eateries, at a glance … Read more

Small Bites: Madras Brewing making its mark

Madras Brewing — Six months after taking over the former Gino’s Italian Grill, Jefferson County’s … Read more

Movie times for the week of June 13-19

A full week of movie times for screens in Bend, Redmond, Sisters, Madras and Prineville. … Read more

On local screens the week of June 13-19

Details of special screenings and mini-reviews of movies playing now (or soon) on Central Oregon … Read more

Food, drink and festivities await at Bite of Bend

Foodies, assemble! This weekend local and regional restaurants, food carts, distilleries and more will gather … Read more

Central Oregon breweries, cideries, distilleries and wineries

Trying to find one of Central Oregon’s breweries. Maybe you prefer wine, hard cider or … Read more

OSU-Cascades expands literary festival in second year

Event in Bend offers workshops, lectures, discussions, art and more over three days

The Bend literary festival launched in 2018 by the Oregon State University-Cascades Master of Fine … Read more

Jason Isbell, Father John Misty impress in Les Schwab debut

Singer-songwriters offer emotional kick off to venue’s 18th season

Monday morning, past midnight, I should have been asleep. Instead, I was searching for the … Read more

Q&A with filmmaker Taylor Morden

Ska documentary debuts Thursday in Bend

Who: Taylor Morden is the filmmaker behind the new documentary “Pick it Up! Ska in … Read more

Restaurant review: Joolz

Where Middle East meets the Wild West

When a restaurant is able to offer terrific food and service in the midst of … Read more

Didgeridoo meets EDM at The Capitol

Tyler Spencer brings unique instrumentation to Bend

If you ask Tyler Spencer, a didgeridoo goes with everything. The Eugene native, who lives … Read more

Jason Isbell, Father John Misty kick off Les Schwab season

Amphitheater continues environmental initiatives in 18th season

Bend concertgoers will hear new artists and see continued environmental efforts at Les Schwab Amphitheater … Read more

Author reveals a threatened, nomadic way of life in the Himalayas

Michael Benanav will discuss true story of “Himalaya Bound” in Bend

New Mexico-based author, photographer and travel writer Michael Benanav has been fascinated with nomadic people … Read more

A galloping good time awaits at Sisters Rodeo this weekend

The second weekend in June always spurs excitement from those who are a little bit … Read more

Roy Zimmerman returns to Bend

Satirical folkie plays benefit for KPOV

Satirical singer-songwriter Roy Zimmerman has his work cut out for him in the age of … Read more

Q&A with museum director Kelly Cannon-Miller

Who: Kelly Cannon-Miller is executive director of the Deschutes Historical Museum, where the Archaeology Roadshow … Read more

Pennywise punks out Oregon Spirit Distillers

California band opens Bend Radio Group concert series

There’s something to be said for consistency — just ask AC/DC, which made a career … Read more

Long Beach Dub Allstars play Domino Room

Reggae/R&B group joins Aggrolites, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds in Bend

If you’re a Sublime fan living in Bend, this is your summer. Not only will … Read more

Music is back at M&J Tavern

Local bar settles dispute with BMI

The Bend music scene’s “living room” is once again open for business. Live music returned … Read more

Group show ‘Divergence’

‘Divergence’ opens — First Friday Art Walk returns to the Old Mill District and downtown … Read more

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