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friday 21


MUSIC—This band can't be boxed in. Various descriptors try and capture its sound, but ultimately this indie-rock-punk-roots-blues-Americana-jugband sextet creates an electric atmosphere that will force audience feet to move and groove. A part of the Volcanic Theatre's One Year Anniversary Celebration Weekend. 9 pm. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr., $7 at bendticket.com, $10 at door.

friday 21-saturday 22

Oregon State Golden Gloves

SPORT—Put up your dukes! Oregon's best amateur boxers take to the ring to compete for a chance to advance to Las Vegas for regional and national titles. This first day of competition pits competitors against each other in elimination rounds to decide Saturday's championship bouts. 7 pm Friday, 5 pm Saturday. Eagle Crest Resort Juniper Ballroom. 1522 Cline Falls Hwy, Redmond. $15 Friday/$20 Saturday.

friday 21-saturday 22

Telluride MountainFilm

FILM—Capturing outdoor adventure and mountain culture since 1979, Telluride's MountainFilm festival is back and as inspiring as ever. In between beautifully shot scenes of big-wave surfing, jaw-dropping mountain bike stunts, and powerful rock climbing, viewers will be treated to Guatemalan butterflies, Ugandan wildlife and Indian motorcycle daredevils. 7 pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St. $18 adv/$22 door/$30 both nights.

saturday 22

Chance McKinney

MUSIC—Just the titles of Chance McKinney's songs make you want to reach for a good set of cowboy boots and cold, long-necked bottles of beer: "When Rednecks Get Together," "She's My Whiskey" and "BeachBillies." This country music artist hits the stage with his guitar and his words and sets the whole place spinning. 9 pm. Maverick's Country Bar and Grill, 20565 Brinson Blvd. $7.

saturday 22

Last Saturday at the Old Iron Works

FUN AND FROLIC—Another month has sailed by, bringing another Last Saturday celebration. Collaborative art projects, ink pen creations and manipulated papers (think layered paint, charcoal, ink and spray paint) will delight the eyes; the sounds of Gold Rust, Second Son and Rural Demons will tickle the eardrums. 6 pm. The Old Iron Works Art District. 50 SE Scott St. Free.

saturday 22

Chicks with Picks

MUSIC—Since its inception three years ago, this annual event has raised more than $4,000 for Saving Grace, a Bend non-profit providing support and education on family and violence and sexual assault. For the fourth straight year, music will raise both money and spirits with performances by Broken Down Guitars, Tone Red and L.A.M.P. 7 pm. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $8.

saturday 22

Jazz at the Oxford: Mary Stallings Quartet

MUSIC—To the rhythmic grooves of Mel Brown's drums, the ivory-tickling of Tony Pacini and the deep-thumping beats of bassist Ed Bennett, jazz vocalist Mary Stallings sends her voice skyward. Her upbringing in gospel choirs, combined with her schooling in the night clubs of San Francisco, create an awesome, joyous noise. 8:15 pm The Oxford Hotel. 10 NW Minnesota Ave. $49.

sunday 23

Diego's Umbrella

MUSIC—Hailing from the hazy, crazy streets of San Francisco, the six dudes who huddle under this umbrella of gypsy rock often wear matching homemade outfits and have been known to take the stage without set lists. They are a vibrant combination of European gypsy music, Spanish flamenco, ska with a hint of polka rhythms, all with a twist of pop and rock. 8 pm. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr., $8 at benticket.com, $10 at door.

sunday 23

Modern Grass

MUSIC—Bluegrass has more evolutionary trails and branches than reptiles and turtles put together. Modern Grass, as in the Nova Scotian band's name, falls into the category of "new-grass," a sound importing, of course traditional banjo picking and crooning about trains and lost lovers, but also part Yanni, part fusion. Yeah, new-grass. 7 pm. String Theory Music, limited seating, contact stringtheorystudios@gmail.com or 541-678-0257. $10.

wednesday 26

The Grand Anderson/The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

FILM—The third time is the charm. If you haven't already joined in the previous installments of the Source's Grand Anderson Film Series (Rushmore and Fantastic Mr. Fox), grab your red knit beanie for an evening under the sea with Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. 7 pm. The Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin. Free.


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