Arts & Life Intern
Melanie Burke was an intern with OPB Arts & Life during the summer of 2014. She is currently a senior at the University of Oregon studying journalism and Spanish. She works in video production with OR Media and is the managing editor at Envision Journalism. In her downtime, she reads anything that isn’t nailed down and live-tweets Game of Thrones episodes.
Photo courtesy of Breanna Farner
Portland-based author and graphic artist Leia Weathington brings a fresh perspective and a wide range of artists to the epic adventure genre in her graphic novel series The Legend of Bold Riley.
The local Arab-American hip-hop artist talks about being stereotyped, the inspiration behind his music and the importance of being an activist.
Food | local | 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.
Twenty-one Pacific Northwest artists are coming together to showcase work offering a unique look at wilderness reserves.
One of the many motivations behind the women’s suffrage movement was the regulation of public health and safety. In 1912, Oregon social worker Caroline Gleason went undercover to investigate working conditions for women.