Photo by Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Chef Jon Calvin, left , and co-owner Courtney Stevens confer Tuesday inside the new brewpub, Craft Kitchen and Brewery, taking shape on SW Industrial Way
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From barn wood to family table
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Jamie McCall, owner of Revelations Sustainable Furnishings, stands in his Bend workshop. Two of his employees and some of the reclaimed wood can be seen in the background.
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Finding ?a charge
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin The Oxford Hotel in Bend has installed Tesla, from left, and Clipper Creek electric vehicle charging stations for hotel guests only on the top of the parking garage. Those at the Oxford, along with new stations at Tetherow, are a few of the latest charging stations added in the region.
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What's going up
Joe Kline / The Bulletin The building under construction at 706 NE Greenwood Ave., in Bend, is expected to house new locations for Backporch Coffee Roasters, Emerald City Smoothie and one other tenant.
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Developer: Historic label needs to be removed
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin The property on SW Industrial Way in Bend where the former Brooks-Scanlon crane shed once stood has been vacant for more than 10 years.
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Bend firm connects investors to Africa
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Thrive Global founder and CEO Keith Wright, seen here in his Bend office, advises clients on business opportunities available in Africa.
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Reusable tote bags are going global
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Garrett Loveall, founder of July Nine, holds two tote bags that his Redmond company makes, while a third bag that he also produces, can be seen on the table at left.
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Mixing medical and recreational marijuana
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Manager, Taryn Heyler, manager of Oregrown, stands in front of the different medical cannabis strains at the Bend dispensary.
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Fewer first-time buyers ?for entry-level homes
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin The kitchen of a new house in southeast Bend built by Woodhill Homes. Jay Campbell, Woodhill president, along with other builders and brokers, say empty nesters and retirees are buying many of the homes they build.
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Reverse mortgages on the rise in Deschutes County
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Mike Dawson, left, puts plates out while Tina Jiang gets more from storage in the newly remodeled kitchen in their home. The couple funded the remodel in part with a reverse mortgage.