New-to-the-scene Bevel Craft Brewing will be having their grand opening this weekend. Come join the fun at 911 SE Armour Rd. Suite B where there will be music, food and beer! To learn more about Bevel Brewing, visit their website at https://www.bevelbeer.com/.
The Central Oregon Mastersingers come in to preview “Misatango” which will be performed at the Tower Theatre on Saturday, April 6th. Tickets can be found here. Giovanni Parra is visiting from Bogota, Colombia, and has twice been nominated for a Latin Grammy for his masterful bandoneon performance.
For the second year in a row Portrait Connection is giving local artists a chance to work with children who are facing difficult challenges and leaving their families with a piece of art that marks a specific moment in time.
Central Oregon Daily’s Dalton Roth went to see the artists and families as this year’s paintings were unveiled.
The Pronghorn Resort debuts its new hotel which is set to open on April 19th. Reservations are available online.
TedxBend presenter Betsy Quammen joins us in the studio to talk about her expectations for the TedxBend event. This year the theme is “The Vastness”. For more information on the event, visit
Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker profiles local business “Cleaner Living NW” which joined forces with other cleaning companies through the non-profit “Cleaning for a Reason” to aid women undergoing cancer treatment by cleaning their homes free of charge.
The best amateur boxers in the nation are in Reno, Nevada this week competing at the “Western Elite Qualifier” and one of those boxers lives and trains right here in Central Oregon. Whitney “Hollywood” Gomez fights at 132 pounds and is trying to take another step at achieving her life long goal of representing the United States at the Olympics.
Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel helps us understand how a team of researchers at OSU-Cascades are working to solve the problem of water usage, and waste, due to hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan covers Bend’s current policy for tiny homes. The city is currently working to understand the best direction to take future policy for the small dwellings.