The Great Oregon Eclipse is happening August 21, 2017! Visit this page often for the Source Weekly’s continuing coverage of this big event.
Experts tell you what you need to know about the Great American Eclipse
Wondering something about the Great American Eclipse?
What to eat in an apoc-ecliptic food crisis
In case you've been living under a rock for the past couple months, the eclipse is happening this week, and the moon coming to block the sun has many of us wondering what will ensue. I know from interviewing the manager at Market of Choice that he's having trouble sleeping at night because he's not sure what's going to happen at his store.
Events for the Apoc-Eclypse
Odds are you've had your eclipse plans cemented for months now—but just in case you're looking for something to occupy your time prior to and after the (roughly) two minutes of totality this weekend, we've got you covered.
The Dark Side Of The Moon......and how to find it!
The T shirts, fridge magnets and solar glasses are all ready to go, but are you?
Blew it with the eclipse glasses? Maybe not. Use this guide!
A simple how-to for viewing the eclipse safely—by even using a copy of this newspaper.
Brews to go with the week's once-in-a-lifetime theme—plus Redmond Brewfest!
Just in case this is the first piece of media readers of this column have seen all year, there's going to be a total eclipse north of Bend on Monday morning. It's a lifetime event, the first total one the US has seen since 1979, and—this being the United States, after all—companies nationwide are seeking to cash in on it.
The world-class adventurers who pursue magic moments.
When it comes to eclipse watching, you can't be much more of a fanboy than these three.
As the countdown begins, here's how to better prepare for the Great American Eclipse
As the countdown begins, here's a timeline to better prepare for the Great American Eclipse
The rules on the wacky tabacky, driving and other stuff in Oregon, for you eclipse visitin' noobs
Yeah, yeah, we get it—you came for the eclipse... but it doesn't hurt that Oregon happens to have great beer and legal weed, too.
Locals and visitors weigh in on what they're doing for the #OREclipse
From coins to jewelry to T-shirts, Central Oregonians are capitalizing on the eclipse
Y ou may have already started to see it: eclipse merchandise, taking Central Oregon by celestial storm.
Local businesses are stocking up to be ready for the influx
O n a normal day, about 200,000 folks call Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties home.
Sketchy boat rides, a blood infection and a burglary. What's not to love about chasing an eclipse?
...and it was pretty anticlimactic.
I t was February of 1979 and my husband and I had moved to Bend just a few months before.
In small burgs such as Gateway, prep for the eclipse involves and planning to protect farms, and livelihoods
G ateway is a small farming community about 11 miles north of Madras, boasting a population of 50 residents, plus or minus a few.
Officials from the Deschutes National Forest have announced a number of road closures for eclipse week, including:
The 2017 total solar eclipse sweeps the nation on August 21, and NASA has labeled Oregon the best place for viewing. With ODOT estimating one million people flocking to Oregon for the event, many small towns in the path of totality have stepped up to the plate.
The first permit issued on the Warm Springs side of Mt. Jefferson means unprecedented views for eclipse viewing
O n Aug. 21, the vast majority of people in Central Oregon will be staring at the sky, watching the moon move in front of the sun, and seeing dusk hit in the middle of the morning.
Why you need to see the TOTAL eclipse—and why you need to take care to protect your eyeballs
On Aug. 21, millions of people will share in a communal experience that surpasses socio-economidc class, gender, race, political ties and more— and all for just a few bucks.
An integral part of the Emergency Service Team During the Great American Eclipse
"This experience has been like a baptism by fire,
for all of us."
Check out this cool video of what it looks like from up there.
With an increase in population numbers for the Great American Eclipse, local advocates warn about an increase in human trafficking cases, too.
At a conference room at Bend's St. Charles Medical Center, the room goes silent as a mother relates a story about her young daughter.
Everything you need to get started
How to prepare for the ApocEclipse:
Bend Residents will have all the headaches of the Great American Eclipse but without benefit of actually seeing it
On Aug. 21, Bend residents will have all of the headaches associated with the Great American Eclipse—without the benefit of being able to sit in the front yard and enjoy totality.
Where to see the eclipse across Oregon
Hold onto your hats and bust out those fancy cardboard goggles, because the Great American Eclipse is headed our way August 21, 2017. Here's a map of the path of totality for Oregon, courtesy of NASA.
The Biggest Event of the Year: Why, Where and How to Watch the Great American Eclipse
Editor's note: The print version of this story listed the eclipse date as August 20. The date is August 21, 2017.
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