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Oregon has set a goal to have all of the class of 2025 graduate high school. OPB is following a group students from now until the year 2025. Learn more about the project, or comment here. This project is part of American Graduate — Let’s Make It Happen! — a public broadcasting initiative to address the drop out crisis, supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
In a letter to the FBI and Department of Justice, the Burns Paiute Tribe said it fears artifacts kept at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge could be sold to collectors and help finance the militant’s cause.
One militant, who refused to give his name, again plowed dirt with a refuge bulldozer Wednesday.
Jane Chu visited Highland Park Middle School in Beaverton and Quatama Elementary School in Hillsboro, two schools with nationally recognized STEAM programs.
Dozens of children and teens gathered at the Art Institute of Portland this weekend to learn about animation and special effects from an artists who works on Grimm and a visual effects expert who worked on Star Wars.
A Portland-based nonprofit for the arts is shuttering for financial concerns.
Democratic Senator Ron Wyden stopped by OPB ahead of the U.S. Senate’s vote on extending the Patriot Act. In a conversation that lasted just over 20 minutes, Sen. Wyden spoke on three issues: Privacy vs. Security, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Issue and artificial intelligence as a security threat.
Glenn Waco — a bystander at May's Last Thursday shooting — pleads no contest to two counts of interfering with police, as well as harassment and disorderly conduct.
Since 1984, Portland Arts & Lectures has been bringing the world’s most celebrated writers, artists, and thinkers to our community. As part of Literary Arts programming, this lecture series has grown from a humble basement gathering in the Portland Arts Museum to sold-out shows at the Arlene Schnitzer concert hall.
Oregon Art Beat is OPB's Emmy Award-winning local arts series, now entering its 18th season. Art Beat profiles artists, musicians and artisans from around Oregon and the Northwest. Tune in Thursdays at 8 p.m. We travel the state to profile artists creating work that’s not nearly as traditional as it seems at first glance. From ceramics to metalsmithing to Russian icon painting, each artist brings their own modern, one-of–a-kind take to a familiar medium. All this and much more coming this fall!
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