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Living On The Line: The Benefits Cliff

As people living in poverty find jobs and begin to earn a wage, they face another challenge: the benefits cliff.

Feast Portland Features Talented Female Chefs In 'Girls! Girls! Girls!'

This year Feast Portland offers the "Girls, Girls, Girls" dinner with several talented female chefs. Naomi Pomeroy, Christina Tosi, Johanna Ware and Kuniko Yagi talk with OPB about their experiences, inspirations and role models.

State Of Wonder

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This week, a big retirement in Oregon's art world, race discussions on stage and on film, teaching artists to write, the science of how we see art, and so much more.

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Arts & Life

Want To Learn About The Scientific Method? Go Bake Some Cookies

How one woman's quest to bring you the scientific method has resulted in a blog project chock full of chocolate chip cookie experiments. Wear your oven mitt and bring a glass of milk.

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Women Can't Make Sushi, And Other Fishy Myths, Busted

Around The World In 8 Hospital Meals

Book News: National Book Longlists Contain Some Surprises, Many Subtitles

Crossing The Desert, Making 'Tracks'

Terry Gilliam Sees Future Through Familiar Eyes In 'The Zero Theorem'

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Environment

Oil Train Protesters Block Tracks To Oregon Shipping Terminal

Protesters have set up a human-occupied tripod over tracks along a route that follows the Columbia River to a train-to-barge crude oil facility near Clatskanie, Oregon.

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Dying Starfish Could Get Help From Congress

Shellfish Tell Puget Sound's Polluted Tale

Are Fido's Meds Polluting The Water?

Study Links Flame Retardants In The Columbia To Household Laundry

Scientists On A Quest For Knowledge About Coal Dust Risks

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