Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Jason Graham stands by the large mixed-media painting titled 'Picket The Fence,' on display in the Franklin Crossing atrium in Bend Tuesday. The piece is priced at $10,000. ?I would rather sell them for what we?re pricing them at now, or more, because that?s how much they mean to me, than selling them to pay a bill,' he said.
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Small spaces, big movement
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Have tap, ?will travel
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Maddy Wasserman and Kate Molletta, owners of The Swig Rig, serve drinks during a party at The Pine Shed in Bend on New Yearís Day.
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Painting paws (and sipping craft brews)
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Jennifer Callahan, of Redmond, paints from a picture of her dog, Porkchop, along with other participants during the Paint Your Pet Artventure event on Tuesday evening at Broken Top Bottle Shop in Bend.
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Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Artists at The Wilds, a shared studio space in Bend, work in their respective spaces recently. Since opening in October, the Century Center has gained 18 members.
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A Santa for ?all seasons
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Doug Ward, or Mani Pureheart, the name he prefers, has been Santa for over 20 years around the country and is writing book on his experiences. He is pictured in his home in Bend. 'I was born to be Santa,' Ward said.
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Millennial Mythbusters: Forum sheds light on criticized generation
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Damon Runberg gives a presentation on the Millennial generation during a City Club of Central Oregon meeting Thursday afternoon at St. Charles Bend.
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Holiday displays ?aim to spread ?hope, cheer ?in Central Oregon
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Scott Jahn?s light display shines along Glacier Avenue in Redmond as tail lights from traffic streak through the frame during a long exposure photograph.
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Christmas trees for a cause
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Bill Johnson and his partner, Darlene Downs, are helping sell Christmas trees in front of the Harley-Davidson dealership in Bend. Johnson's brother, Joe, had been running the tree lot for the past several years but couldn't this year due to illness. Proceeds from the $30 trees are donated to organizations that help needy children.
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Vinyl boom reaches Bend
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Eric Lubow places a record from his collection on a record cleaner in his record listening room.