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Bringing jazz to the masses

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  • Brian McElhiney / The Bulletin Aaron Rohrbacher, left, and his stepfather, Joe Rohrbacher, examine saxophone reeds in Just Joe?s Music. Joe has owned the band and orchestra store on Third Street in Bend for a decade.
  • 4/24/2016
  • Album ID: 2040610

Bend's legendary Locals

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  • Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Local historian Les Joslin, who has authored several books about the history of Central Oregon, has written his most recent book 'Legendary Locals of Bend.'
  • 4/23/2016
  • Album ID: 2040404

Why not Whychus?

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  • Mark Morical / The Bulletin Well-built trails parallel the creek in the Whychus Canyon Preserve.
  • 4/20/2016
  • Album ID: 2039246

Bikers & Bibles

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin The Rode House church pastor and organizer, Kinne Callaway, holds out a Bible.
  • 4/16/2016
  • Album ID: 2038186

Soaring lenses

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Larry Cole of Redmond, looks up towards his kite as it catches some wind and rises up towards the sky, at Smith Rock State Park.
  • 4/9/2016
  • Album ID: 2036114

Understanding Alzheimer's

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Participants listen as Kristina Barragan, Alzheimer?s Association Oregon Chapter Central Region Coordinator, talks about characteristics of the middle stages of Alzheimer?s Disease during a free class targeted towards primary caregivers on Tuesday evening at St. Charles Bend.
  • 4/8/2016
  • Album ID: 2035863

Finals wrapped in fondant

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Lauren Hickman, left, and Alec Mitchell work to put the finishing touches on their cakes during the final at Cascade Culinary Institute at COCC.
  • 4/2/2016
  • Album ID: 2034325

Young adult literature as limitless as its readership

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Librarian, April Witteveen, left, talks Alexa Tawzer, who is 18-years-old from Bend, about the Teen Literary Festival, at the Deschutes Public Library in downtown Bend.
  • 4/1/2016
  • Album ID: 2034010

From sushi to monkhood

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin U Myint Thar, who goes by Morris, blesses the sushi section of Newport Avenue Market, which he manages, before the store opens.
  • 3/26/2016
  • Album ID: 2032578

Local birders stay patient on the patch

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Birdwatchers and members of the East Cascades Audubon Society scan the skies around a wastewater pond in Redmond during a Wednesday Birder event earlier this month.
  • 3/23/2016
  • Album ID: 2031673
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