Are drunk driving laws tough enough?
What happens when tourists leave the beach?
Shaindel Beers writes poetry because it's "faster than fiction."
Rebroadcast: What do finds on our beaches tell us about the rest of the world?
The next in our As We Are series is with people who are over 90 years old.
How should students be rewarded for performance? If so, how? And by whom?
Rebroadcast: How do you experience the Willamette River?
What are the advantages and drawbacks of wind power on a small scale?
What do you expect from the healthcare system?
How does pressure affect creativity?
How is Oregon using federal stimulus money?
How do handmade instruments change the way you experience music?
National Book Award winner Virginia Euwer Wolff on bringing complicated teen characters alive.
Can Oregon cities increase gas taxes before a new moratorium takes effect?
Rebroadcast: How does addiction touch your life?
Why are foreclosures up in Oregon? And when might we see a turnaround?
How closely should our judges parallel our state's demographics?
Is it wrong for corporations to profit from people being sick?
Think Out Loud explores the business of knitting. Especially socks.
What does it mean to be hungry in Oregon?
How will federal regulations affect Portland's drinking water?