Ifanyi Bell is an Emmy™-nominated digital producer who worked at OPB from January 2011-August 2014. A native of Portland, Oregon, he has been working in public media for more than 10 years. Ifanyi graduated from Hampshire College with a degree in filmmaking and communications. He loves his daughter and cycling.
The Community Cycling Center in Northeast Portland plans to strengthen its role as an advocate for the communities it serves.
The people behind the revival of Project Dayshoot hope to turn a singular moment in Oregon's history into an ongoing celebration of the state and its people.
local | Food | Cook It At HomeOPB | July 25, 2014 midnight
Bonnie Morales, chef and owner of Kachka, demonstrates how to make a zakuski dish: herring under a fur coat, a colorful layered salad.
A few months ago, Montana-based company Cup of Excellence opened offices in Portland with the aim of connecting with the city's rich coffee heritage.
The Portland Film Festival will be presenting the world premiere of Sex Ed, a new romantic comedy directed by Isaac Feder and starring Academy Award-nominated actor Haley Joel Osment.
Now that the World Cup is upon us, Portlanders have another place to get their soccer fix. Armed with a tent and multiple big-screen TVs, one man has turned an empty lot into a haven for international football fans.
Two artists are curating a unique exhibition staged at the Portland Building that seeks to explore the many ways love and connection are communicated among people.
local | Music | EntertainmentOPB | May 29, 2014 11:15 a.m.
The founder and bassist of the Portland-based dance-rock-band The Slants is joining State of Wonder for his guest curator debut.
Matt Zodrow and Tracy MacDonald aim to explore some of the lesser-known aspects of Oregon's history in their film Whitelandia.
Now in its seventh year, this "summer camp for comedians" once again descends on the Rose City.
State of Wonder welcomed art curator and critic Jeff Jahn this week as the show's guest curator. Learn more about Jahn in this Q&A.
Justin Stanley is the founder of The Uprise Books Project, a Vancouver, Washington-based nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting censorship and promoting literacy.
Filmed by Bike is the city's premiere film festival dedicated to movies with themes revolving around bikes.
As a guest of Reed College's student-curated Art Week, musician and artist Amenta Abioto is set to take the stage at Heavy Women, a concert featuring performers currently active in Portland underground music.
Nikki Giovanni's latest book, Chasing Utopia, is "a hybrid" collection of short stories, poetry and prose exploring memories of family, friends and food.
This week on State of Wonder, April Baer will be joined by musician Rebecca Gates to explore the latest in music and the arts. Find out more about Gates in our artist Q&A.