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March 8, 2014

OPB | March 8, 2014 noon

State of Wonder time again!

01:35 Police and Hip-Hop
11:13 Amenta Abioto
12:40 Freddy Ruiz Jr
17:29 Cultural Advocacy Coalition’s “Big Think”
30:00 Salem’s David Metzger, Oscar Winner for “Frozen”
41:44 Frank Hirahara photographs at Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center
49:00 Christopher Michlig and John Zerzan sculpture vandalized
51:25 Disjecta Biennial information

David Metzger is the song Arranger and Orchestrator for the Oscar (TM) winning song "Let it Go" from the film Frozen and lives in Salem, OR.

David Metzger is the song Arranger and Orchestrator for the Oscar (TM) winning song "Let it Go" from the film Frozen and lives in Salem, OR.

April Baer / OPB

One of Frank Hirahara's photos of Portland's Japanese community featured in the show "Capturing a Generation through the Eye of a Lens" on view now at Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center

One of Frank Hirahara's photos of Portland's Japanese community featured in the show "Capturing a Generation through the Eye of a Lens" on view now at Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center

Frank Hirahara / Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center

Artist Christopher Michlig repairing his vandalized sculpture in Jamison Square, an installation that is part of the wider Disjecta Biennial Project, Portland 2014. Michlig collaborated with anti-civilization writer, speaker and radio host John Zerzan on this and two other pieces in the series.

Artist Christopher Michlig repairing his vandalized sculpture in Jamison Square, an installation that is part of the wider Disjecta Biennial Project, Portland 2014. Michlig collaborated with anti-civilization writer, speaker and radio host John Zerzan on this and two other pieces in the series.

Jeffrey Sprague / OPB

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