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The Love Issue

The Many Faces of Love

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Be Mine: perhaps these are the loveliest of all words, for who doesn't want to be loved? In an ode to Valentine's Day, The Source Weekly presents the Love Issue.

"What is Love?" Men and women of Central Oregon passionately respond to this question and the answers are profound. Explore the faces of love in our special feature stories on romance, family, friendship and community service.

In Culture, discover "Love's Lost and Found," an opportunity at WinterFest to co-create a public work of art with the initials of a loved one, co-crafted by the Central Oregon Metal Artists Guild.

Love is life, let life be long and may each of us be the face of love. Whether spending this holiday weekend with friends, family, co-workers, strangers or with a certain special someone, taking a moment to show love is a wonderful thing.

Hats off to Love!

Check out the 2016 Love Issue:

Friendship

Romantic Love, Is It Real?

What is Romantic Love?

The Unconditional Love of Family

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