OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 30, 2009
Monday, November 30th marks the 10th anniversary of the WTO protests in Seattle. Ten years on, what do you see as the legacy of the so-called Battle of Seattle?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 26, 2009
The next installment in our No Place to Call Home series will take us to a tent city in Portland.
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 25, 2009
Author Jim Lynch's new novel Border Songs shows his deep sense of place and of humor.
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 24, 2009
How much can Oregon afford to offer alternative energy companies to locate here?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 20, 2009
Oregonians who survived the Khmer Rogue genocide in Cambodia are now telling their stories in public.
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 18, 2009
What are the risks and benefits of screening women for breast cancer?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 17, 2009
What is the best model for local news in the future?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 16, 2009
What should young people learn about sex in school, and when should they learn it?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 13, 2009
Should bikes be a pillar of your city's transportation system? If so, how much should your town pay to make that happen? If not, why?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 12, 2009
Have you noticed the way you think or feel about your stuff has been changing? Is your stuff more or less important to you now than in the past?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 11, 2009
How does telling stories of their experiences help veterans transition back to daily life?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 10, 2009
We hear from homeless youth in the latest installment of our series No Place to Call Home.
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 5, 2009
What do Oregon's new medical marijuana clubs mean for patients — and for the effort to legalize pot?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 4, 2009
How will Oregon's Public Employee Retirement System cover massive investment losses?
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 3, 2009
Should city people be permitted to keep chickens — or even roosters — as pets?
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