OPB | Nov. 23, 2015
Honnold is famous for his free solo climbs — thousands of feet up sheer rock walls without rope.
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Jack Boss' study of the 12-tone modern master Arnold Schoenberg takes annual prize for music theory writing.
The authors won the literary prize in the fiction and nonfiction categories, respectively. Also taking home awards were Robin Coste Lewis, for her debut poetry collection, and Neal Shusterman.
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A word you may hear a lot this week: "streamable."
NW Life | Arts | Music | Entertainment | local | State of WonderOPB | Nov. 14, 2015 noon
George Takei, Andy Warhol, the Lipinski Stradivarius — it's a star-studded travelogue around the country, from Amazon's new Seattle store to the Oregon Territory to the bright lights of Broadway.
CD release show scheduled for Grant's love letter to Oregon.
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