Bend, Oregon

What is Bend, Oregon known for?


running+national

of the professional cross-country ski team XC Oregon, which competes in races locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. . A '''house concert''' or '''home concert''' is a musical concert or performance art that is presented in someone's home or apartment, or a nearby small private space such as a barn, apartment rec room (recreation room), lawn, or back yard. "VIDEO: House concert in Royal Oak," ''Daily Tribune (Oakland Tribune)'', June 29, 2010. Found at Oakland Daily Tribune website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Set Your Ass in the Grass 4th of July House Concert," ''Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Bozeman Chronicle)'', July 2, 2010. Found at Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Accessed July 20, 2010. Jenny Williams, "Marian Call House Concert, or The Importance of Music in Our Lives," By June 27, 2010, ''Wired'' "Geekdad" (blog). Found at Wired website. Accessed July 20, 2010. Ben Salmon, "Sisters musician plays show: Dennis McGregor plans solo house concert," ''The Bulletin'' (Bend, Oregon), June 25. 2010. Found at The Bend Bulletin website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Scots playing in Merville" (Photo caption: "Findlay Napier and Gillian Frame will perform July 18 at a Merville house concert as well as offering guitar and fiddle workshops"), ''Comox Valley Record'' (Comox Valley, British Columbia), July 8, 2010. Found at ''Comox Valley Record'' website. Accessed July 20, 2010. William Demarest, "From Alaska to New City: Folk Singer Brings Haunting Tunes to 'The Borderline': Local folk music club hosts Kray Van Kirk for intimate concert." ''New City Patch'' (blog), July 15, 2010. Found at New City Patch website. Accessed July 20, 2010. House concerts website About Us page. Accessed July 21, 2010. Jim Kavanagh, "Intimate shows bring down the house,'' CNN, June 10, 2010. Found at CNN website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Andrew McGinn, "Freedom Farm Acoustic Concert season opens: The trend of 'house concerts' — it’s exactly what it sounds like — has come to the area," ''Springfield News-Sun'', April 16, 2010. Three photos by Marshall Gorby; captions: (1) "Gary Haber stands in front of the century-old livestock barn he turned into a concert venue. (2) "John Batdorf, a Springfield native who went on to record for Atlantic as one-half of the early '70s duo Batdorf and Rodney, will return to the area to play an intimate house concert, part of a growing trend of live shows." (3) "Gary Haber, owner of Freedom Farm just outside of West Liberty, in his "concert hall," the loft of a century-old barn." Found at ''Springfield News-Sun'' website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Recent uses Recently, Americana Unplugged established a house concert-type venue in downtown Davis, Oklahoma featuring folk (folk music) and Americana (Americana (music)) musicians to showcase the Music of Oklahoma. House concerts are now held across the United States, especially California, Texas, Brooklyn, New York, and Boston, Massachusetts. There have been house concerts across America, in such places as Springfield, Ohio, Bozeman, Montana, outside Phoenix, Arizona, Vermont, Sisters, Oregon (near Bend, Oregon), New City, New York, and Covington, Georgia. '''EllisLab''' a software development company based in Bend, Oregon, which develops applications written in PHP.


based approach

in downtown Bend, Oregon and named it after the Deschutes River (Deschutes River (Oregon)). Fish emphasized a community-based approach


school plays

. A '''house concert''' or '''home concert''' is a musical concert or performance art that is presented in someone's home or apartment, or a nearby small private space such as a barn, apartment rec room (recreation room), lawn, or back yard. "VIDEO: House concert in Royal Oak," ''Daily Tribune (Oakland Tribune)'', June 29, 2010. Found at Oakland Daily Tribune website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Set Your Ass in the Grass 4th of July House Concert," ''Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Bozeman Chronicle)'', July 2, 2010. Found at Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Accessed July 20, 2010. Jenny Williams, "Marian Call House Concert, or The Importance of Music in Our Lives," By June 27, 2010, ''Wired'' "Geekdad" (blog). Found at Wired website. Accessed July 20, 2010. Ben Salmon, "Sisters musician plays show: Dennis McGregor plans solo house concert," ''The Bulletin'' (Bend, Oregon), June 25. 2010. Found at The Bend Bulletin website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Scots playing in Merville" (Photo caption: "Findlay Napier and Gillian Frame will perform July 18 at a Merville house concert as well as offering guitar and fiddle workshops"), ''Comox Valley Record'' (Comox Valley, British Columbia), July 8, 2010. Found at ''Comox Valley Record'' website. Accessed July 20, 2010. William Demarest, "From Alaska to New City: Folk Singer Brings Haunting Tunes to 'The Borderline': Local folk music club hosts Kray Van Kirk for intimate concert." ''New City Patch'' (blog), July 15, 2010. Found at New City Patch website. Accessed July 20, 2010. House concerts website About Us page. Accessed July 21, 2010. Jim Kavanagh, "Intimate shows bring down the house,'' CNN, June 10, 2010. Found at CNN website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Andrew McGinn, "Freedom Farm Acoustic Concert season opens: The trend of 'house concerts' — it’s exactly what it sounds like — has come to the area," ''Springfield News-Sun'', April 16, 2010. Three photos by Marshall Gorby; captions: (1) "Gary Haber stands in front of the century-old livestock barn he turned into a concert venue. (2) "John Batdorf, a Springfield native who went on to record for Atlantic as one-half of the early '70s duo Batdorf and Rodney, will return to the area to play an intimate house concert, part of a growing trend of live shows." (3) "Gary Haber, owner of Freedom Farm just outside of West Liberty, in his "concert hall," the loft of a century-old barn." Found at ''Springfield News-Sun'' website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Recent uses Recently, Americana Unplugged established a house concert-type venue in downtown Davis, Oklahoma featuring folk (folk music) and Americana (Americana (music)) musicians to showcase the Music of Oklahoma. House concerts are now held across the United States, especially California, Texas, Brooklyn, New York, and Boston, Massachusetts. There have been house concerts across America, in such places as Springfield, Ohio, Bozeman, Montana, outside Phoenix, Arizona, Vermont, Sisters, Oregon (near Bend, Oregon), New City, New York, and Covington, Georgia. '''EllisLab''' a software development company based in Bend, Oregon, which develops applications written in PHP.


design+analysis

of design work has been done by Greg Cole of Windward Performance to show that a sailplane for 90,000 feet is relatively straightforward, while 100,000 feet is possible, although more difficult and expensive. Windward Performance will build the sailplane of high performance pre-preg in production-quality tooling. The sailplane requires relatively high-end design, analysis, and construction, to be flutter-safe at very high true air speeds, and strong enough for the potentially heavy


international contemporary

Sospeso, International Contemporary Ensemble, and the Massapequa Philharmonic Orchestra. . A '''house concert''' or '''home concert''' is a musical concert or performance art that is presented in someone's home or apartment, or a nearby small private space such as a barn, apartment rec room (recreation room), lawn, or back yard. "VIDEO: House concert in Royal Oak," ''Daily Tribune (Oakland Tribune)'', June 29, 2010. Found at Oakland Daily Tribune website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Set Your Ass in the Grass 4th of July House Concert," ''Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Bozeman Chronicle)'', July 2, 2010. Found at Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Accessed July 20, 2010. Jenny Williams, "Marian Call House Concert, or The Importance of Music in Our Lives," By June 27, 2010, ''Wired'' "Geekdad" (blog). Found at Wired website. Accessed July 20, 2010. Ben Salmon, "Sisters musician plays show: Dennis McGregor plans solo house concert," ''The Bulletin'' (Bend, Oregon), June 25. 2010. Found at The Bend Bulletin website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Scots playing in Merville" (Photo caption: "Findlay Napier and Gillian Frame will perform July 18 at a Merville house concert as well as offering guitar and fiddle workshops"), ''Comox Valley Record'' (Comox Valley, British Columbia), July 8, 2010. Found at ''Comox Valley Record'' website. Accessed July 20, 2010. William Demarest, "From Alaska to New City: Folk Singer Brings Haunting Tunes to 'The Borderline': Local folk music club hosts Kray Van Kirk for intimate concert." ''New City Patch'' (blog), July 15, 2010. Found at New City Patch website. Accessed July 20, 2010. House concerts website About Us page. Accessed July 21, 2010. Jim Kavanagh, "Intimate shows bring down the house,'' CNN, June 10, 2010. Found at CNN website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Andrew McGinn, "Freedom Farm Acoustic Concert season opens: The trend of 'house concerts' — it’s exactly what it sounds like — has come to the area," ''Springfield News-Sun'', April 16, 2010. Three photos by Marshall Gorby; captions: (1) "Gary Haber stands in front of the century-old livestock barn he turned into a concert venue. (2) "John Batdorf, a Springfield native who went on to record for Atlantic as one-half of the early '70s duo Batdorf and Rodney, will return to the area to play an intimate house concert, part of a growing trend of live shows." (3) "Gary Haber, owner of Freedom Farm just outside of West Liberty, in his "concert hall," the loft of a century-old barn." Found at ''Springfield News-Sun'' website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Recent uses Recently, Americana Unplugged established a house concert-type venue in downtown Davis, Oklahoma featuring folk (folk music) and Americana (Americana (music)) musicians to showcase the Music of Oklahoma. House concerts are now held across the United States, especially California, Texas, Brooklyn, New York, and Boston, Massachusetts. There have been house concerts across America, in such places as Springfield, Ohio, Bozeman, Montana, outside Phoenix, Arizona, Vermont, Sisters, Oregon (near Bend, Oregon), New City, New York, and Covington, Georgia. '''EllisLab''' a software development company based in Bend, Oregon, which develops applications written in PHP.


production quality

of design work has been done by Greg Cole of Windward Performance to show that a sailplane for 90,000 feet is relatively straightforward, while 100,000 feet is possible, although more difficult and expensive. Windward Performance will build the sailplane of high performance pre-preg in production-quality tooling. The sailplane requires relatively high-end design, analysis, and construction, to be flutter-safe at very high true air speeds, and strong enough for the potentially heavy turbulence that could be encountered at 90,000 feet. It must also have well-proven, fail-safe pressurization and cabin air re-cycling systems. Design and construction are ongoing as of May 2011 in Bend (Bend, Oregon), Oregon, with a $2 million gift by space tourist Dennis Tito helping to keep the project funded. Building something crazy in Bend Flight testing is scheduled to begin in California City (California City, California), California, in spring 2013, while the first attempts to reach 90,000 feet will be launched from El Calafate, Argentina, deep in the south of Patagonia, in the Southern Hemispheric (Southern Hemisphere) late winter and spring later that year. Initially sold simply as the Cessna 400, the aircraft was given the marketing name ''Corvalis TT'' for ''twin turbocharged'' by Cessna on 14 January 2009. The name is a derivation of the town of Corvallis, Oregon which is west of the Bend, Oregon location of the Cessna plant that built the aircraft, prior to closing the plant and relocating production to Independence, Kansas in 2009. . A '''house concert''' or '''home concert''' is a musical concert or performance art that is presented in someone's home or apartment, or a nearby small private space such as a barn, apartment rec room (recreation room), lawn, or back yard. "VIDEO: House concert in Royal Oak," ''Daily Tribune (Oakland Tribune)'', June 29, 2010. Found at Oakland Daily Tribune website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Set Your Ass in the Grass 4th of July House Concert," ''Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Bozeman Chronicle)'', July 2, 2010. Found at Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Accessed July 20, 2010. Jenny Williams, "Marian Call House Concert, or The Importance of Music in Our Lives," By June 27, 2010, ''Wired'' "Geekdad" (blog). Found at Wired website. Accessed July 20, 2010. Ben Salmon, "Sisters musician plays show: Dennis McGregor plans solo house concert," ''The Bulletin'' (Bend, Oregon), June 25. 2010. Found at The Bend Bulletin website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Scots playing in Merville" (Photo caption: "Findlay Napier and Gillian Frame will perform July 18 at a Merville house concert as well as offering guitar and fiddle workshops"), ''Comox Valley Record'' (Comox Valley, British Columbia), July 8, 2010. Found at ''Comox Valley Record'' website. Accessed July 20, 2010. William Demarest, "From Alaska to New City: Folk Singer Brings Haunting Tunes to 'The Borderline': Local folk music club hosts Kray Van Kirk for intimate concert." ''New City Patch'' (blog), July 15, 2010. Found at New City Patch website. Accessed July 20, 2010. House concerts website About Us page. Accessed July 21, 2010. Jim Kavanagh, "Intimate shows bring down the house,'' CNN, June 10, 2010. Found at CNN website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Andrew McGinn, "Freedom Farm Acoustic Concert season opens: The trend of 'house concerts' — it’s exactly what it sounds like — has come to the area," ''Springfield News-Sun'', April 16, 2010. Three photos by Marshall Gorby; captions: (1) "Gary Haber stands in front of the century-old livestock barn he turned into a concert venue. (2) "John Batdorf, a Springfield native who went on to record for Atlantic as one-half of the early '70s duo Batdorf and Rodney, will return to the area to play an intimate house concert, part of a growing trend of live shows." (3) "Gary Haber, owner of Freedom Farm just outside of West Liberty, in his "concert hall," the loft of a century-old barn." Found at ''Springfield News-Sun'' website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Recent uses Recently, Americana Unplugged established a house concert-type venue in downtown Davis, Oklahoma featuring folk (folk music) and Americana (Americana (music)) musicians to showcase the Music of Oklahoma. House concerts are now held across the United States, especially California, Texas, Brooklyn, New York, and Boston, Massachusetts. There have been house concerts across America, in such places as Springfield, Ohio, Bozeman, Montana, outside Phoenix, Arizona, Vermont, Sisters, Oregon (near Bend, Oregon), New City, New York, and Covington, Georgia. '''EllisLab''' a software development company based in Bend, Oregon, which develops applications written in PHP.


strong public

, "I need someone to tell me where to turn. And there's that whole low-hanging-branches-coming-out-of-nowhere question". She became the media sensation before the start of a race, partly driven by a strong public relations campaign driven by her father, including a CD, "Go Rachael!" buttons, and an 8-page color brochure for the members of the press. ref name "autogenerated3" >


production called

2008 top100 index.html work CNN title 100 Best places to live and launch 2008: Top 100 This places Corvallis as the second best place in Oregon to launch a business. Portland, Oregon (#6); Bend, Oregon (#87) and Eugene, Oregon (#96) were also ranked in the top 100. He continues to work in film and tours with his wife in a multi-media live stage production called ''Let's Put On a Show!'' His first performance of this show after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack


performance art

type:landmark_region:US-OR name Tumalo Canal source . A '''house concert''' or '''home concert''' is a musical concert or performance art that is presented in someone's home or apartment, or a nearby small private space such as a barn, apartment rec room (recreation room), lawn, or back yard. "VIDEO: House concert in Royal Oak," ''Daily Tribune (Oakland Tribune)'', June 29, 2010. Found at Oakland Daily Tribune website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Set Your Ass in the Grass 4th of July House Concert," ''Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Bozeman Chronicle)'', July 2, 2010. Found at Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Accessed July 20, 2010. Jenny Williams, "Marian Call House Concert, or The Importance of Music in Our Lives," By June 27, 2010, ''Wired'' "Geekdad" (blog). Found at Wired website. Accessed July 20, 2010. Ben Salmon, "Sisters musician plays show: Dennis McGregor plans solo house concert," ''The Bulletin'' (Bend, Oregon), June 25. 2010. Found at The Bend Bulletin website. Accessed July 20, 2010. "Scots playing in Merville" (Photo caption: "Findlay Napier and Gillian Frame will perform July 18 at a Merville house concert as well as offering guitar and fiddle workshops"), ''Comox Valley Record'' (Comox Valley, British Columbia), July 8, 2010. Found at ''Comox Valley Record'' website. Accessed July 20, 2010. William Demarest, "From Alaska to New City: Folk Singer Brings Haunting Tunes to 'The Borderline': Local folk music club hosts Kray Van Kirk for intimate concert." ''New City Patch'' (blog), July 15, 2010. Found at New City Patch website. Accessed July 20, 2010. House concerts website About Us page. Accessed July 21, 2010. Jim Kavanagh, "Intimate shows bring down the house,'' CNN, June 10, 2010. Found at CNN website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Andrew McGinn, "Freedom Farm Acoustic Concert season opens: The trend of 'house concerts' — it’s exactly what it sounds like — has come to the area," ''Springfield News-Sun'', April 16, 2010. Three photos by Marshall Gorby; captions: (1) "Gary Haber stands in front of the century-old livestock barn he turned into a concert venue. (2) "John Batdorf, a Springfield native who went on to record for Atlantic as one-half of the early '70s duo Batdorf and Rodney, will return to the area to play an intimate house concert, part of a growing trend of live shows." (3) "Gary Haber, owner of Freedom Farm just outside of West Liberty, in his "concert hall," the loft of a century-old barn." Found at ''Springfield News-Sun'' website. Accessed July 21, 2010. Recent uses Recently, Americana Unplugged established a house concert-type venue in downtown Davis, Oklahoma featuring folk (folk music) and Americana (Americana (music)) musicians to showcase the Music of Oklahoma. House concerts are now held across the United States, especially California, Texas, Brooklyn, New York, and Boston, Massachusetts. There have been house concerts across America, in such places as Springfield, Ohio, Bozeman, Montana, outside Phoenix, Arizona, Vermont, Sisters, Oregon (near Bend, Oregon), New City, New York, and Covington, Georgia. '''EllisLab''' a software development company based in Bend, Oregon, which develops applications written in PHP.


building high

-in-home-depreciation newspaper The Daily Journal of Commerce date 28 May 2010 Museums and other points of interest upright thumb Historic Tower Theatre (Image:DSCN7232 bendtowertheater e 300.jpg) ;Museums * Des Chutes Historical Museum (located in the historic Reid School (Reid School (Bend, Oregon)) building) * High Desert Museum ;National Register of Historic Places * Bend Amateur Athletic Club Gymnasium * Charles Boyd Homestead Group * Downing Building

Bend, Oregon

'''Bend''' is a city in and the county seat of Deschutes County (Deschutes County, Oregon), Oregon, United States. up from 52,029 at the 2000 census (2000 United States Census). The estimated population of the city as of 2013 is 81,236. Bend's metro population was estimated at 165,954 as of July 1, 2013. The Bend MSA is the fifth largest metropolitan area in Oregon.

Bend is located on the eastern edge of the Cascade Range along the Deschutes River (Deschutes River (Oregon)). Here the Ponderosa Pine forest transitions into the high desert (High Desert (Oregon)), characterized by arid land, junipers, sagebrush, and bitter-brush. Originally a crossing point on the river, settlement began in the early 1900s. Bend was incorporated as a city in 1905. Economically, it started as a logging town but is now identified as a gateway for many outdoor sports, including mountain biking, fishing, hiking, camping, rock climbing, white-water rafting, skiing, paragliding and golf.

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