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Think Out Loud
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OPB's daily conversation covering news, politics, culture and the arts.
 
Bundyville: The Remnant, a co-production between Longreads and OPB, explores the world beyond the Bundy family and the armed uprisings they inspired. This series investigates extremist violence that results from the conspiracy theories of the anti-government movement, who is inspiring that violence and who stands to benefit.
 
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OPB Politics Now
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OPB Politics Now is a weekly podcast that takes a deep dive into the hottest political topics in Oregon and the Northwest. Every Friday, OPB’s political reporters and special guests offer in-depth analysis, discussion and insight into candidates, events and issues.
 
OPB's weekly journal of arts and creative work.
 
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The Four Top
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Savor the conversation. Every other Monday, a roundtable of culinary media insiders discuss today’s hot-button topics in #food and #beverage culture. Hosted by Katherine Cole in partnership with OPB.
 
In partnership with Oregon Public Broadcasting, Literary Arts is building a retrospective of some of the most engaging talks from the world’s best writers over the first 30 years of Portland Arts & Lectures in Portland.
 
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The Archive Project
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In partnership with Oregon Public Broadcasting, Literary Arts is building a retrospective of some of the most engaging talks from the world’s best writers over the first 30 years of Portland Arts & Lectures in Portland.
 
Bundyville: The Remnant, a co-production between Longreads and OPB, explores the world beyond the Bundy family and the armed uprisings they inspired. This series investigates extremist violence that results from the conspiracy theories of the anti-government movement, who is inspiring that violence and who stands to benefit.
 
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OPB's Think Out Loud
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Podcast by Oregon Public Broadcasting
 
Coverage and conversation on the federal trial for the people who led the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
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Class Of 2025
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“Class of 2025" offers an in-depth exploration of some of the issues that Oregon public school elementary students are facing today, seen through the lens of the students themselves.
 
Listener Sponsored Community Radio
 
Broadcasting from Eugene Oregon since 2009 with over 300 episodes making us one of the longest Internet talk radio stations in the Eugene area, welcome to KRBN Internet News Talk Radio.KRBN Internet News Talk Radio's lineup:Every Wednesday, The Boze Noze Show hosted by sitting West Lane County Commissioner Jay Bozievich. Jay is donating his time each week to make himself directly available to the general public. Check out our Facebook page for upcoming events and your questions or comments.C ...
 
Take 12 Recovery Radio is a Twelve Step focused recovery talk and positive music radio broadcast helping to break the stigma of drug and alcohol addiction. Your host is Monty Dale Meyer aka the Monty'man from Albany, Oregon. Shows include a variety of guest and co-host. Celebrities, authors, clinicians, treatment providers, comedians, recovery recording artist and the real life stories of experience, strength and hope from those who have been to the darkest edge of addiction and come through ...
 
www.knowthename.com SHARON LYNN WYETH graduated from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics at the age of twenty. She began teaching that same year in a public Junior High School in California. During her three years there, she obtained her Master of Arts degree from Azusa-Pacific University in education administration with an emphasis in math. After her initial teaching assignment, Sharón moved to Germany where she taught for the Department of Defense Sc ...
 
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This Week Back Then
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“This Week Back Then” is a podcast and blog series born out of Professor Catherine McNeur’s HST411/511 Public History Lab: Podcasts and History course. Students did research, wrote scripts and blog posts, produced and edited podcasts, and collaborated with classmates to bring history to a broad audience. The class worked with producers at KBOO (90.7) to learn recording and editing skills. The students’ podcasts, posted here, will be broadcast during KBOO’s news hour each Monday starting in J ...
 
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Ripley Radio
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Ripley Radio is an unpredictable and fun-filled hour that will prove beyond all dimensions that Ripley’s is indeed, the global authority on the weird, strange and bizarre. Each show provides listeners with amazing and absolutely true tales of today as well as un-believables from the extensive archives of the company that has been freaking out families for more than 90 years!
 
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As we head toward the end of the year - and a big transition for State of Wonder - we’ve sorted a few key stories about where we’ve been and what we’ve done.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
The Western States Center, the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians and other tribal groups have compiled resources to help Native American communities better support LBGTQ youth and, as they put it, reclaim indigenous ideas of love and gender. We talk with two of the creators of the toolkit.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
Karie Fugett grew up poor in Alabama. Now she lives in Oregon, has a Masters degree, and is a successful writer. She says she owes her success in life to the untimely death of her military husband. And she’s angry about it. Her recent essay was published in the Washington Post.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
We get analysis and opinion about some of the big stories of the week on the news roundtable, from Julie Parrish, Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Aaron Mesh.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
Governor Kate Brown’s job is safe for now. We can’t say the same for Ambassador Gordon Sondland. Ted Wheeler wants to be the mayor of Portland for four more years. And a bunch of people are applying to become Oregon’s next secretary of state.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
The graphic novel series “Stumptown” is a detective story about a private investigator in Portland. Now, it’s been turned into a television show on ABC. We sit down with author Greg Rucka to talk about the series, the detective genre and adapting comics for television.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
This weekend, hundreds of people will come to Tualatin to row boats carved out of giant pumpkins. Charity Marshall has come in second in the West Coast Pumpkin Regatta several times. This year, she’s hoping to win. Marshall also once held the world record for the longest distance a pumpkin had been rowed.…
 
Angie Schmitt says that the rising number of pedestrian deaths in American cities is a product of inequality. Schmitt, the former editor of Streetsblog USA, visited Portland this week to talk about pedestrian deaths and what’s causing them. She joins us.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
LIVE TODAY! @ 4:00 pm Pacific It's the Boze Noze Show. The Board approved the final contracts to proceed with our housing first project known as The Commons on MLK that will break ground next month. Homeless issues and addiction dominated much of our week, including setting up a mobile mental health crisis response for the Florence area. We als ...…
 
Last year’s Pulitzer prize-winning novel, “The Overstory,” takes place largely in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. In fact, the trees themselves are almost like characters in book. Author Richard Powers discusses his book, his life, and what forests can tell us about humanity.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
Madeline C. Gerwick is an internationally recognized and certified astrologer, specializing in business, economic, and personal astrology. She has a BA degree with honors in economics, many years in industrial sales and marketing, and she’s listed in several Who's Who books, including Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in America. Her unique ...…
 
Oregon’s first recovery high school started its school year this September. Harmony Academy is for students who are in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. So far, the school has about a dozen students and expects its enrollment to grow. Tony Mann, co-founder of Harmony Academy, and the school’s recovery coach, Ian Nisley, tell us about th ...…
 
When Keelia Carver’s 4-year-old son Max died, she wanted to take his body home to bury him on the family’s ranch. She says state and hospital authorities stood in her way and she didn’t know her rights under Oregon law. Now Oregonians like Carver who want to take a do-it-yourself approach to funerals have a new resource. Oregon Funeral Resource ...…
 
With vaping deaths nationwide and an Oregon ban on flavored vaping products, consumers have questions. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is holding daily meetings to figure out the answers. The agency has released new rules that go into effect Tuesday, which will cover everything from enforcement to what exactly constitutes a flavor. We’re join ...…
 
What can observations of the earth from space tell us about the weather patterns and climate change? Former NASA Scientist Michael Freilich will answer that question in his talk on the Oregon State Cascades campus, called “There is no ‘Planet B’.”By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
The Native American sketch comedy group, the 1491s, initially said “no” when the Oregon Shakespeare Festival approached them about writing a play. But eventually the 5 member group relented, and tackled Native American history with humor in the play “Between Two Knees.” Bobby Wilson is a member of the 1491s and Robert Franklin is the Native Ame ...…
 
We conclude our series of conversations about the present and future of Interstate 5 with Kris Strickler, the incoming director of the Oregon Department of Transportation (pending state senate confirmation). We'll focus on the stretch of the highway that cuts through Portland, including the planned expansion in the Rose Quarter and the ongoing ...…
 
ABOUT THIS SHOW: Life After TreatmenT. Many of us need some very specialized care to enable us to hit the reset button and begin our journey back to wellness, we needed serious treatment that may have included medical detox, medical supervision and numerous other recovery services that may not have been available at our local 12 Step support me ...…
 
Amanda Giese is the star of the show, “Amanda to the Rescue,” which premiered last year on Animal Planet. Giese began rescuing animals more than a decade ago, and founded Panda Paws Rescue in Washougal, Washington to help some of the most medically challenged animals find their forever homes. We spoke to Giese last year. The second season of he ...…
 
We hear opinions and analysis on this week’s headlines from Eric Fruits, Mark Garber and Naseem Rakha.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
In her latest novel, Portland writer Karen Thompson Walker explores the terrifying possibility of a world altered by a highly contagious disease. The disease causes people to fall into a seemingly endless sleep. We’ll listen back to a conversation with Thompson Walker about her book, “The Dreamers.”By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
Public employee unions have historically been one of the reasons Democrats enjoy a stranglehold on Oregon politics. But that might be changing. In this episode, we look at how a vote on state employee pensions is coming back to bite Democratic legislators.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
Filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky grew up with deaf parents. One of her previous films documented her parents getting cochlear implants. Irene Taylor Brodsky explores her son’s deafness, deaf culture and the idea of finding one’s creative voice in her new film: “Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements.…
 
Oregonian Christopher Marley is the artist behind OMSI's new "Exquisite Creatures" exhibit. We sit down with Marley to hear about his unusual approach to animal preservation and how he draws inspiration from the natural world.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
This conversation between chef Edward Lee and Sam Sifton, food editor for the New York Times, was from the Portland Book Festival in 2018. The Portland Book Festival 2019 schedule has just been announced! The Festival will take place on November 9 in downtown Portland. For more information about the author line up, schedule, and tickets visit: ...…
 
This conversation between chef Edward Lee and Sam Sifton, food editor for the New York Times, was from the Portland Book Festival in 2018. The Portland Book Festival 2019 schedule has just been announced! The Festival will take place on November 9 in downtown Portland. For more information about the author line up, schedule, and tickets visit: ...…
 
LIVE TODAY! @ 4:00 pm Pacific It's the Boze Noze Show. A group is asking the Board to declare Lane County a "Community of Kindness". I think it is more important to demonstrate kindness like Ellen Degeneres and George W. Bush did recently rather than declare our kindness. What do you think? We can also talk about the upcoming tariff on single m ...…
 
We listen back to a conversation between April Baer and Portland writer Leni Zumas about her book “Red Clocks.” The novel centers around the lives of four women in a small coastal town in Oregon. It's set in an America under a political administration that has taken away most reproductive rights and reserved adoption for married, opposite sex c ...…
 
Audrye is a diversity expert, who has lived a multicultural, multiracial, and multidimensional life for more than fifty years. Audrye is an artist, prolific author, life strategist and vegan by choice. As an engaging speaker, Audrye galvanizes her audience to participate and grow in awareness of how the world is changing so that they can feel c ...…
 
How are the extremely charged political climate and current presidential impeachment proceedings playing out among students in Oregon high school social studies classrooms? We talk with two long time teachers, Burns High School’s Jake Thomson and Peter Edwards at Beaverton High School.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
Shortly after Colette Peters took over as director of the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) in 2012, she commissioned a study of Oregon correctional officers to assess their mental and physical health. Seven years later, DOC has an employee wellness center at each of the state’s 14 prisons. We talk with Peters about what has changed as a r ...…
 
Lead has been removed from paint, gasoline and plumbing, but not from bullets. When scavengers eat animals that have been shot with lead bullets, it can poison them. Leland Brown is a lifelong hunter who has been hired by the Oregon Zoo to teach other hunters the benefits of using non-lead bullets.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
California just passed a law that allows college athletes to hire agents and make money for endorsements. Whitney Wagoner, Director of the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center at the University of Oregon, will tell us about the effect this California law might have in Oregon.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
The oldest hardware store in Portland just celebrated its 140th year in business. Chown Hardware opened in September 1879, before there were cars and even the light bulb, when F.R Chown started his family business. We’ll discuss the history, present and future of the company with the current president and CEO, Kyle Chown.…
 
In 2008, Oregon banned companies from forcing most workers to sign non-compete job agreements. New research suggests the law increased wages and job hopping for Oregon workers. We hear from researcher Michael Lipsitz about what noncompete agreements are, why companies use them, and how Oregon’s workforce has changed since they were banned.…
 
In what ways are music and wine closely related? Why are a rock star and a couple of former record execs in the wine industry? And why do creators launch "vanity labels," whether in music or wine?By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
This episode originally aired in April 2019. Who doesn’t love music? You’re not going to believe this, but we actually found someone. JoAnna Wendel experiences musical anhedonia, a condition in which songs read as an over-stimulating pile of melodies and beats — think of the feeling most of us experience when listening to noise. But Wendel notw ...…
 
The movie "Ask for Jane" is out this week (10/1) on Amazon Prime and other digital platforms. The film is about a network of Chicago-area activists called "Jane" who helped women to get abortions before it was legalized in the landmark Roe v. Wade case. We listen back to our interview with one of those activists, the Portland poet and educator ...…
 
How do Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers use social media and online tracking tools to find people in the country illegally to arrest? We talk to reporter McKenzie Funk, who just published an investigative story in the New York Times about ICE officers in the Pacific Northwest.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
National news was dominated by impeachment talk this week, but amid all the conversation about the Trump administration and Ukraine, there’s an Oregon angle. We’ll tell you how a Portland hotel owner found himself at the center of the fight.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
This humorous and personal conversation between renowned actor Tom Hanks and Parul Sehgal, book critic for the New York Times, was from the Portland Book Festival in 2018. The Portland Book Festival 2019 line up has just been announced. The Festival will take place on November 9 in downtown Portland. For more information about the author line u ...…
 
This humorous and personal conversation between renowned actor Tom Hanks and Parul Sehgal, book critic for the New York Times, was from the Portland Book Festival in 2018. The Portland Book Festival 2019 line up has just been announced. The Festival will take place on November 9 in downtown Portland. For more information about the author line u ...…
 
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has issued a 4-year sanction against Alberto Salazar, the head coach of the Nike Oregon Project after a panel determined he violated multiple anti-doping rules.By Oregon Public Broadcasting.
 
As technology and access to information has changed, school librarians have shifted their priorities to teaching students online media and research literacy skills. We hear from long-time Eugene high school librarian Julie Vignoul about how she teaches students to find literature and navigate credible information.…
 
There is a 37% chance of a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake off the coast of Oregon in the next 50 years. It could be as big as a magnitude 9.0, which would have a significant, lasting impact on the entire region. We're examining how critical infrastructure could fare in a big quake. Today: Portland's water pipes. Our guest is Mike Stuhr, di ...…
 
ABOUT THIS SHOW: Does Recovery Radio Break the Anonymity Tradition of mainstream Twelve Step fellowships? This question must be addressed if recovery radio or recovery media in general is going to survive its critics and naysayers. The Eleventh Tradition states: "Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need ...…
 
Earlier this year, the Yurok Tribe in Northern California passed a resolution declaring legal rights of personhood for the Klamath River. It’s the first river in North America to be given this designation. The tribe is hoping it will lead to better protection for the river. We find out more from Amy Cordalis, general counsel for the Yurok Tribe.…
 
A new study found that nearly half of all sage grouse wearing GPS transmitters end up dying. Is the science more important than the individual creature being studied? Lee Foster, sage grouse coordinator for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, gives us his take. And he’ll explain how the iconic birds are doing in Oregon right now.…
 
Two national leaders in the Black Lives Matter movement are in Portland to talk about policing and how they think the city and Portland Police could improve the contract that’s currently up for negotiation. We hear from DeRay Mckesson and Samuel Sinyangwe about Campaign Zero and what changes they hope to see in Portland’s next police contract.…
 
Lisa Daugaard has been working for years on a paradigm shift in law enforcement in Seattle and beyond. While she has seen some success, it hasn’t been easy and she was seriously considering quitting not so long ago. Then, she got an unexpected call from the MacArthur Foundation with the news that she’d been selected as one of the 2019 fellows ( ...…
 
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