Weekly News via Email
   Set as homepage | Add to favorites | Customer Service | Subscribe Now | Place an Ad | Contact Us | Sitemap Friday, 12.19.2014
Classifieds
News Archive
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
 1  2  3  4  5  6
 7  8  9  10  11  12  13
 14  15  16  17  18 19 20
 21  22  23  24  25  26  27
 28  29  30  31
Online Extras
Site Services
Around Bend
Outdoor Fun
Travel Info
Shop Local




Members Of



Poll: Today's Live Poll
Living


Sort by:  [Title]  [Author]  [Date] 

Subscribe in NewsGator Online Add to Google Add to My AOL

Mar 09,2007
Elderly persons with wealth—particularly when widowed—can become prey for professionals who earn a living by soliciting money on behalf of charitable organizations. The wealthy are accustomed to receiving solicitations from myriad churches, universities, missions, hospitals and charities promising a form of immortality through the donation of monies, farms, art and other assets.  When younger they are wary, discriminating in their response; but in old age they may become susceptible.   Professor Michael Myers teaches Elderlaw and ... [full story]
6605 times read - No comment posted

Mar 09,2007
Q: We recently received a bill from our veterinarian for a "DHL" vaccination for our dog. We are familiar with the "D," distemper, and the "H," hepatitis, but what is the "L"? Why is it included in the vaccine? It is hard to stay informed about all of the diseases that might affect our dog. A: The "L" in "DHL" is an abbreviation for "leptospirosis." Although leptospirosis is not diagnosed in dogs in the United ... [full story]
1660 times read - No comment posted

Mar 09,2007
It is a city gone mad with flags. On every balcony and at every window are flags, banners, and gonfalons in a riot of colors to rock your senses. Around you men and women in medieval and Renaissance costume have become a singing, dancing procession carrying flowers, torches and candles, and waving flags as they recreate the conflict between the Fiumi and Nepis families, who divided the region into the Lower Part and the Upper ... [full story]
1702 times read - No comment posted

Mar 09,2007
The warm embrace of the sun and the soft kiss of the wind, the tastes of freshly picked cherries and wines from a dozen rare appellations are part of Provence I will always remember. Not to mention the warmth of the friendly welcomes wherever we went, the savory fragrance wafting from a field of fully blooming lavender, and the song of the cicadas - these are my memories from a week of touring the Vaucluse ... [full story]
3470 times read - No comment posted

Mar 09,2007
Collectibles relating to the farm and barnyard have a wide range, from exquisitely decorated Faberge eggs to kitschy cow-shaped creamers. Somewhere in between is the ubiquitous hen-on-nest glass-covered dish - though I must admit that I didn't realize quite how ubiquitous, and varied, this form was before encountering Shirley Smith's new "Glass Hen on Nest Covered Dishes" (Collector Books, $30) identification and value guide . The basic form - a laying hen perched atop a ... [full story]
2292 times read - No comment posted

Mar 09,2007
Experience the upcoming spring season on a pink beach. The Pink Beach Club in Bermuda offers a spring package with daily English breakfasts and afternoon teas as well as a junior suite. If this package is purchased online, more than 25 percent will be taken off the original price. From March 12-April 30, guests can receive a room for $350 a night rather than $465. BEACH SETTING - The Pink Beach Club in Bermuda ... [full story]
2072 times read - No comment posted

Mar 09,2007
Spring break is here, and many pet owners will head out in their cars with the kids and their pets to parts both known and unknown.  Petfinder.com, the online database of homeless pets, has some tips for making the trip safer and more fun.  First, make sure your pet has I.D. tags.  "We hear too many stories of folks who lose their pets on holiday," said Betsy Saul, cofounder of  Petfinder.com.  "It's common sense to think ... [full story]
1677 times read - No comment posted

Mar 09,2007
Q: Last fall my husband and I bought the art deco woodblock print seen in this photo at an antiques shop. The dealer told us he bought it from a collector and he didn't know much about the print. It is in pristine condition and is signed "E.M. Washington" and dated 1934. We recently had it framed and the overall measurements without the frame are 10 inches by 12 inches. WOODBLOCK PRINT - This ... [full story]
5229 times read - 1 comments posted

Mar 02,2007
Taking a toddler to Europe can add extra stress on top of unfamiliar money, new languages and exotic foods - what with strollers, car seats, diapers and sleep schedules to juggle. But going with teenagers can be even more challenging, unless you let them set the pace and tone.   HAMPTON COURT - Charlie Showley, 15 1/2, explores the medieval world of Henry VIII at Hampton Court, outside London. The castle was home to several other monarchs and ... [full story]
1669 times read - No comment posted

Mar 02,2007
Got new year's plans? If you're Baha'i, you'd better. Your new year starts at sunset March 21. And if you're Buddhist, you may have recently observed the Chinese New Year along with others who follow Asian ethnic traditions. Religious new years are about as varied and numerous as faith traditions themselves. When a religion celebrates a new year depends typically on the sun and moon, and frequently which new moon or full moon falls during ... [full story]
4313 times read - No comment posted

Mar 02,2007
If it's just Arnold Schwarzenegger and politics, lobbyists and budget deficits, which come to mind when you think of California's capital city, Sacramento, then think again. By the time I drove off the freeway and dropped into the downtown section of California's tree-lined capital for the first time on a Memorial Day weekend, nearly a decade ago, and heard the luscious wail of a hot clarinet coming off the street, I'd already learned my own Sacramento ... [full story]
3022 times read - No comment posted

Mar 02,2007
There are times when a person may wish to avoid the opportunity to receive property or money; to reject an inheritance; to simply say, “No, thank you.” One of those times may be when you are a Medicaid beneficiary and living in a nursing home.  “Can she disclaim?  Should she disclaim?  And what happens if she does disclaim?” asked an accountant who contacted the senior legal helpline.   Professor Michael Myers teaches Elderlaw and Health Care ... [full story]
19019 times read - No comment posted

Mar 02,2007
KINGDOM OF CRYSTAL, Sweden - "I love that red plate!" I called out to my husband Carl. "And want to buy it!" We were strolling the narrow, cobblestone streets of Stockholm's Old Town, and I had spotted a unique Mats Jonasson Maleras face design in a shop window.   CRYSTAL KINGDOM - The Orrefors Shop at the Kingdom of Crystal is in the heart of Sweden's glass industry, and one of its most popular tourist destinations. CNS Photos ... [full story]
3279 times read - No comment posted



Market Information
Breaking News
Most Popular
Most Commented
Featured Columnist
Horoscope Guide
Aquarius Aquarius Libra Libra
Aries Aries Pisces Pisces
Cancer Cancer Sagittarius Sagittarius
Capricorn Capricorn Scorpio Scorpio
Gemini Gemini Taurus Taurus
Leo Leo Virgo Virgo
Local Attractions
Bend Visitors & Convention Bureau
Bend Visitors & Convention Bureau

Mt. Bachelor Resort
Mt. Bachelor Resort

Les Schwab Ampitheater
Les Schwab Ampitheater

Deschutes County Fairgrounds
Deschutes County
Fairgrounds

Tower Theatre
Tower Theatre

The High Desert Museum

Advertisements



Deschutes County

Google  
  Web    BendWeekly.com
© 2006 Bend Weekly News
A .Com Endeavors, Inc. Company.
All Rights Reserved. Terms under
which this service is provided to you.
Please read our Privacy Policy. Contact us.
Bend Weekly News & Event Guide Online
   Save the Net
Advertisement
External sites open in new window,
not endorsed by BendWeekly.com
Subscribe in NewsGator Online
Add to Google Add to MSN Add to My AOL
What are RSS headlines?