Episodes: February, 2011
February 28, 2011
To explore the forces behind protests around the world and in the United States.
February 25, 2011
Five years ago federal and state laws to combat meth were passed: what impact have they had?
February 24, 2011
Acclaimed Alaskan writer Lynn Schooler talks about what he's lost and gained in the wilderness.
February 23, 2011
The latest PDX Jazz Festival celebrates Jewish and African Americans playing jazz together.
February 22, 2011
To examine issues surrounding a future in biomass as a renewable energy source.
February 21, 2011
How would high speed rail affect jobs and liveability in the Northwest?
February 18, 2011
Sundance Award-winning filmmaker Peter Richardson introduces us to his latest documentary.
February 17, 2011
We're live from the Legislature checking in on what Oregon's politicians are talking about.
February 16, 2011
To examine how health care reform is impacting what medical residents need to learn.
February 15, 2011
What do college students have to learn about sexuality from a self-described feminist pornographer?
February 14, 2011
We explore Scientology in the wake of a very popular New Yorker article.
February 11, 2011
Egypt's president Mubarak made an about face this morning and announced he is stepping down. The local Egyptian community reacts.
February 10, 2011
Think Out Loud goes to the zoo!
February 9, 2011
Should employers be able to restrict their employees from talking about their jobs on Facebook and other social media?
February 8, 2011
What makes a job sustainable?
February 7, 2011
We discuss the dollars and decisions around K-12 education, especially consolidating and closing schools.
February 4, 2011
What do you need as an employer, or an employee, to be successful here?
February 3, 2011
We talk with legislators in Salem as they get down to business in the 2011 session.
February 2, 2011
What's happening in Egypt, and how are Egyptian-Americans in Oregon responding?
February 1, 2011
Following a number of stories involving guns we ask: who owns guns, and why?