Be the winning bidder at the Central Oregon Savings Auction on Saturday, March 14th and you’ll take home your share of the bargains! Items for your home, health, recreation and more, all in one ...Read more
- Governor Names Her Replacement As Secretary Of State
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- Governor Set To Sign Motor Voter Bill, Local Republican Tim Knopp Speaks Out
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- So Called “Motor Voter” Bill Passes in Senate, On It’s Way To Governor’s Desk
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- Documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles dies at 88NEW YORK (AP) — Albert Maysles, the acclaimed documentary filmmaker who helped pioneer feature-length nonfiction movies that used lightweight, hand-held cameras to spontaneously record the lives of both the famous and the unexamined, has died. He was 88.
- Austria avoids kissing goodbye to Nazi-looted Klimt masterpieceOne of Austria's most treasured artworks, Gustav Klimt's Beethoven Frieze, looks likely to remain in the country for now after an expert panel Friday rejected restitution claims by descendants of its Jewish former owners who were robbed by the Nazis. The Art Restitution Advisory Board "recommended unanimously ... not to return the 'Beethoven Frieze' by […]
- 'Dean of documentaries' Maysles dies at 88Albert Maysles, the pioneering documentary filmmaker who immortalized The Rolling Stones' infamous 1969 concert at Altamont Speedway, has died, staff at his institute said Friday. Maysles, nicknamed the "dean of documentaries" for a series of groundbreaking films over a career spanning several decades, passed away late Thursday, Erika Dilday, executive director at the Maysles Institute […]
- Prince Teases First Date of Spontaneous 'Hit and Run' US TourPrince performs where Prince pleases. The Purple One and backing band 3rdEyeGirl have announced their Hit & Run American tour, which kicks off May 14th in Louisville, Kentucky at an as-yet-unspecified venue. The location was chosen to honor the group's drummer, Louisville native Hannah Welton. Tickets for that performance go on...
- Hear Bruno Mars' 'Uptown Funk' Get Country MakeoverMark Ronson's groove-heavy single "Uptown Funk" is an undeniable smash, and now it's influencing even country artists. Soulful country hippie Drake White and pop-leaning newbie Cam both turned in stripped-down versions of the Bruno Mars-sung jam on two different radio programs with vastly different results. For the Alabama-born White, "Uptown Funk"...
- Hear Jay Electronica Sample Jay Z for Anthemic 'Road to Perdition'Jay Electronica has shared a relentless new track, "Road to Perdition," after a low-quality version version leaked Friday morning. "Oh well, since it leaked... here's a better quality version," the rapper tweeted, posting a link to the track on Soundcloud. He followed with, "Can you smell what #TheRoc is cookin?," a possible hint to the status...