Arts | Entertainment | localOPB | July 3, 2015 2:04 p.m. | Portland
The NW indie icons tapped Depper to tour the world, playing everywhere from Glastonbury to Letterman. The local musician is a veteran of the stage, but arena's require a whole new set of moves.
Quintana Galleries is known nationwide for its collection of Native American Art. And after 42 years, it’s closing its doors.
Arts | NW Life | Entertainment | localOPB | July 3, 2015 12:47 p.m. | Portland
This week we talked to Portland writer Lidia Yuknavitch about her new novel, which publishes July 7.
She has a reading at Powell's July 8.
In 1967, a threat to public access for recreational use of Oregon’s ocean beaches mobilized citizens, sparking the fiercest legislative battle in the state’s history. Could landowners erect barriers to create private beaches?
With just his dog at his side and Facebook at his fingertips, solitary artist John Simpkins carves out productive time in one of Oregon's most remote landscapes.
Could Southeast Oregon’s ancient caves hold secrets of the first human settlements in the Americas? Archaeologist Luther Cressman's groundbreaking discoveries in the 1930s upset long-held beliefs and continue to affect science profoundly.
Oregon's capitol in Salem is far removed from the state's most rural residents. In isolated Southern Oregon and Northern California, there have been efforts to create a new state called "Jefferson." The movement has had its fits and starts, but the spirit endures to this day.
After World War II, four young entrepreneurs started Tektronix, a family-like electronics company that ballooned into Oregon’s largest private employer. The product that started it all? A piece of test equipment indispensable to engineers.