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Updated May 2020
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"The Tony Kornheiser Show" (now available exclusively on-demand) is a topical, daily talk show that starts with sports and quickly moves into politics, current events, entertainment and, really, whatever happens to be on Tony’s mind that day. The format of the show—regular sit-in guests with familiar interviews and segments—highlights not only the unique perspective of Tony Kornheiser but also the expertise of his network of friends.Join one of the most recognizable and outspoken commentator ...
 
A fantasy novel for young adults and up. Beta version. Podcast in 19 episodes. Read by the author. In the woods behind the park … buried beneath the ground … a secret waits. Thirteen-year-old Gabe Wrenn has always taken refuge in his imagination. Refuge from his hovering mom and bullying brother. Refuge from the smirks and stares of his classmates. Refuge from his epilepsy. But now his imagination seems to be running wild. And he can’t stop it. And the only person Gabe can confide in is a gi ...
 
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Tony opens the show by talking about a request for him to videotape a greeting to a Little, and also by talking about the NHL's plan to return. Richard Justice of MLB.com calls in to talk about where things stand with baseball's plan to come back, Gary Braun phones in to catch up with Tony and talk about what will happen with colleges next Fall, an…
 
New Oregon Shakespeare Festival faces critical challenge in coronavirus season cancellation. Portland Public Schools weighs smaller bond measure. Oregon governor's office says pandemic won't put college athletes at "competitive disadvantage." Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscri…
 
Coronavirus pandemic alters Memorial Day observances in Oregon. Rescue group raises alarm over crowds on Mount Hood. Clark County's Phase 2 reopening placed on hold after large coronavirus outbreak. Oregon State Penitentiary is now the site of the state's biggest coronavirus outbreak. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please sup…
 
Republican nominee for U.S. Senate references fringe QAnon conspiracy theory in election night remarks. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler faces runoff to keep seat. Two more Oregon counties cleared to begin lifting coronavirus restrictions. Oregon headed into steepest downturn since Great Depression. Powell's Books CEO says the Portland landmark will retu…
 
Tony opens the show by reading a few emails and also by talking about his video message to Binghamton's Class of 2020. David Aldridge calls in to talk about the conclusion of "The Last Dance", Washington Post columnist Barry Svrluga phones in to talk about the upcoming virtual ring ceremony for the Nats, and whether baseball will return at all this…
 
State Sen. Mark Hass clinches Democratic nomination for Oregon secretary of state. Cliff Bentz beats crowded field in Republican primary for Oregon Second Congressional District. Portland-area residents approved a historic new tax for homeless services. Portland-area counties seek permission to begin lifting coronavirus business restrictions. Feder…
 
It's Oregon's primary election day. Laid-off workers wait 3-1/2 hours on average to reach Oregon Employment Department. Stolen electric-assist tricycle returned to 101-year-old Oregon man. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
Man and woman escape Columbia River plane crash with minor injuries. Oregon highway traffic rebounds from coronavirus drop. Reopening presents new virus challenges as Oregonians move about more. Mount St. Helens erupted 40 years ago today. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe …
 
Washington homicide suspect apprehended after freeway chase and shootout with police. Demand for food stamps surges in Oregon, straining processers. Doctors warn parents to watch kids for symptoms of new syndrome linked to the coronavirus. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe …
 
On latest edition of the Rip City Report, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl discuss the latest developments regarding the postponement of the 2019-20 NBA regular season, reports that the league is making positive steps toward a resumption of play, Portland's practice facility reopening, the 2-4 week timeline for a decision about how the NBA moves forwa…
 
On latest edition of the Rip City Report, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl discuss the latest developments regarding the postponement of the 2019-20 NBA regular season, reports that the league is making positive steps toward a resumption of play, Portland's practice facility reopening, the 2-4 week timeline for a decision about how the NBA moves forwa…
 
Portland-area counties likey weeks away from starting to reopen after coronavirus lockdown. Portland International Airport will require travelers to wear masks. Thursday is last day to mail ballots in Portland area. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/priva…
 
Tony opens the show by reading some emails and catching up with Michael and Nigel. Steve Sands of the Golf Channel calls in to talk about the Skins Match at Seminole this weekend, CNN's Chris Cillizza phones in to talk about how states are dealing with reopening from the lock down, and whether Election day can be moved, and Tony closes out the show…
 
List of Oregon nursing homes hit by coronavirus grows. Portland Street Response homelessness pilot project delayed by coronavirus pandemic. Oregon ski lodge revives ski season with new restrictions. Portland school board reconsiders planned bond measure. World of Speed motorsports museum to close permanently. Reliable local journalism matters now m…
 
In 2008 Bertony Faustin became the 1st recorded black winemaker in Oregon. The journey that lead him to this incredible accomplishment was not typical nor could it have been. In and industry of legacy and privilege Bertony had neither, he was not the decedent of prominent wine lineage and his motivation was never strictly about the wine. His destin…
 
Oregon governor orders potential cuts for possible $3 billion budget shortfall. Shot fired, Oregon State Penitentiary locked down after fight breaks out. Salon and spa workers worried about going back to work amid coronavirus outbreak. Owners of Portland Pickles consider buying bankrupt Portland Winterhawks. Reliable local journalism matters now mo…
 
Tony opens the show by reading a few emails and by talking about the death of Little Richard and what he meant to Rock and Roll. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about episodes 7 and 8 of "The Last Dance", Mark Feinsand of MLB.com phones in to share Camp memories with Tony and to talk about when and how baseball might return, and Tony closes out the…
 
Oregon hospital workers face furloughs and pay cuts. It's getting harder to help victims of domestic violence as need grows during coronavirus shutdown. Portland Winterhawks parent company declares bankruptcy. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for…
 
It's a little different kind of show today focused on small businesses as part of the Dell Technologies Small Business Podference. Tony opens things by talking to Gary Braun about running his film and video company, Michael and Steve Sands phone in to talk about their family business, Calvert Woodley Fine Wine and Spirits, Andrew Dana calls in to d…
 
Oregon's first coronavirus patient made a 'remarkable' recovery, his doctors say. Oregon Employment Department says it's reducing its backlog of jobless claims. Portland, Willamette Valley to see temperatures in the 80s this weekend. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. S…
 
Andre Meunier On The Portland, Oregon Craft Beer Scene – Craft Beer Podcast Episode 118 The Craft Beer Podcast - Sharing and Celebrating Craft Beer Stories You Will Love! In this episode of The Craft Beer Podcast our Host Steven Shomler visits with Andre Meunier the Oregonian Craft Beer Writer. Andre shares his perspective on the Portland, Oregon c…
 
Tony opens the show by reading some emails and also by talking about some of Chessie's digestive issues. Torie Clarke calls in to catch up, plus she shares some memories about Lewis Black, Adam Ferrara phones in to talk about how he's handling things in LA, and about meeting Buddy Hackett and Don Rickles, and Tony closes out the show by opening up …
 
First Oregon coronavirus patient released from hospital. Oregon to release new guidance for reopening restaurants. A handful of Oregon state parks and recreation areas will reopen Wednesday. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
Restaurants announce permanent closures due to coronavirus fallout. DNA evidence and genealogical database lead to suspect in 21-year-old Portland killing. World Naked Bike Ride canceled due to coronavirus. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for pr…
 
Tony opens the show by reading some emails and by talking about his adventures at his bank's drive thru. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the latest episodes from "The Last Dance", Jeanne McManus phones in to talk about how (or how not) to make sourdough bread, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Scott Rogness and R…
 
Oregon coronavirus hospitalizations drop. Despite landmark court decision, Oregon campaign contribution limits aren't in effect, officials say. Portland minorities more likely to live near major pollutors. Coronavirus rescue loans present catch-22 for some employers and workers. Shootings rise in Portland. Portland recognizes "South Portland" in ne…
 
Oregon restaurants may be asked to keep customers information for coronavirus tracing. Oregon high schools ordered to limit graduation ceremonies. Oregon highway fund headed for insolvancy. Mailer for Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler touts false endorsements. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis sell a ton of Oregon wine for a good cause. See acast.com/privacy …
 
Coronavirus is hitting Oregon Latino enclaves the hardest. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler sued over campaign contributions. Six more former Catlin Gabel School students file suit over alleged abuse. Oregon Shakespear Festival launches streaming platform during pandemic. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for j…
 
Tony opens the show by reading a few emails, and learning about the Tiger King from Michael. NBC's Leon Harris calls in to talk about broadcasting during the lock down, and the importance of a good make up person (and a good producer!) ESPN's Jeff Passan phones in to talk about the results of MLB's investigation of the Red Sox for sign stealing and…
 
Oregons veterans hospital to tighten safety protocols after dance party video leaked. Washington state to reopen parks. Oregon contractors and gig workers can now apply for unemployment. Portland may slow traffic or close streets to give more bicyclists and pedestrians more room. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acas…
 
Tony opens the show by talking to Michael and Nigel about an encounter he had on his street and about a new HBO movie he watched over the weekend. Michael Wilbon calls in to share his thoughts on Episodes 3 and 4 of "The Last Dance", then Peter King phones in to talk about the NFL Draft. During Old Guy Radio Liz Clarke calls in to talk about whethe…
 
Fewer homeless Portlanders are getting into stable housing, cancellation of Oregon prison treatment programs means longer sentences for some inmates, Portland voters will recieve record-setting ballot, RingSide Steakhouse steak sale creates hourslong traffic jam. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just…
 
Tony opens the show by reading some emails and catching up with Michael who is in studio with him. Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report calls in to give his thoughts on the draft, during Old Guy Radio, David Aldridge of The Athletic calls in to talk about the Redskins pick in the draft, and also about Michael Jordan and the "Last Dance" documentary, and…
 
Oregon governor plans to lift ban on elective medical procedures, Oregon hopes to start paying unemployment to freelancers and gig workers, Oregon Zoo seeks $1 million in donations, essential workers speak about their work. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.c…
 
Families say state was too slow to step in at coronavirus-stricken Portland nursing home, Oregon unemployment checks unexpectedly $600 short after mix-up, Portland Whole Food worker dies of COVID-19, poll finds Oregonians support governor's stay-home order. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a…
 
Tony opens the show by talking to Chris Cillizza about how he and his family are doing, and also about how the Corona virus will affect the presidential election. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to talk about the NFL Draft and about the Gronkowski trade, Washington Post columnist Barry Svlruga calls in to talk about how he's writing columns…
 
Portland waits to hear how it can use coronavirus aid, gray whale washes ashore on Oregon Coast, surfers cited for hopping fence in violation of coronavirus closure. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Fuku calls off Portland expansion after timing during coronavirus closures draws angry outcry; OR-7, Oregon's famous roaming wolf, has likely died; Small town of Sublimity, Oregon, is making face masks for all of its residents amid the coronavirus outbreak. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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