OPB | Feb. 04, 2016
Watch a time-lapse video of The Country Cat's Adam Sappington making salt-baked steelhead, a quick and delicious recipe from the restaurant's new cookbook.
OPB | Feb. 05, 2016
Internationally renowned architect Kengo Kuma will transform Portland's Japanese Garden into a stunning, one-of-a-kind village.
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"Michael is alive, because his music is still here," Lee says.
The Pacific Northwest College of Art will fold the Museum of Contemporary Craft's collection into its own archives to create a new Center for Contemporary Art & Culture in its main building.
The 17th film from the Coen Brothers stars George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Josh Brolin and lots more in a rollicking tale of old Hollywood.
Three Salem, Oregon music scenesters are launching a new venue with hopes of offering up a locally-owned, locally-oriented slice of music and performance in the state capital.
The Canyon Crew, a group of outdoor professionals, was the first known party to embark down the treacherous half-mile slot canyon
Eating fruits, vegetables, grains and beans high in fiber can help keep us healthy. A study finds yet another benefit: Women on a high-fiber diet had a lower risk of developing breast cancer.
The owners of the Pendleton House found three bottles of Teachers Whisky while renovating one of the closets in their bed and breakfast recently in Pendleton.
Rebecca Campbell's portrait series documents the women artists who go unnoticed or under-represented. "I made it so that they didn't disappear," she says.
Hear what went down Tuesday night as players in some of Portland's big races discussed the issues at the heart of the creative city: affordable artist space and housing, public funding for the arts, equity issues, and, of course, the arts tax.
Bob Ebeling, an anonymous source for NPR's 1986 report on the disaster, tells NPR that despite warning NASA of troubles before the launch, he believes God "shouldn't have picked me for that job."
Pultizer Prize winner Lynn Nottage spent two years visiting Reading, Pa., to research her new play. Sweat explores how industrial decline affected workers in the former steel and textile town.
The people in a tiny town in Greenland manage to stay (reasonably) happy even without the sun. But they're sure glad to have it back.
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OPB's Oregon Field Guide led an expedition into the heart of an uncharted slot canyon.
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