News | Arts | local | NW Life | State of WonderOPB | May 21, 2016 noon
This week on State of Wonder, the Waterfront Blues Festival's ticketing quandary, the return of Nu Shooz, "timber rock" guitarist Scott Pemberton, the quest for an all-ages venue with Friends of Noise, PSU's surprising choir and more.
Music | Arts | local | State of WonderOPB | May 19, 2016 4:15 p.m.
The dance wizards behind 1985's "I Can't Wait" stop by the OPB studio to play classic hits and tracks from their new release, "Bagtown."
Portland State University's internationally acclaimed choir celebrates its 40th anniversary May 22 with a U.S. premiere and the first U.S. recording of Latvian composer Eriks Esenvalds' work.
On this episode of Literary Arts: The Archive Project, Rita Dove discusses her writing process, adapting her work to the stage, and facing fear through poetry, among other subjects.
Arts | Books | State of WonderOPB | May 14, 2016 noon
State of Wonder helps you pack for your summer trips: Remembering Kathrine Dunn, Phil Knight's autobiography, Monica Drake's haunting story collection, Mo Daviau's yarn of time-traveling music lovers and Victoria Jamieson's "Roller Girl" graphic novel.
Arts | Books | Family | State of WonderOPB | May 14, 2016 8 a.m.
The Portland writer's graphic novel for middle-grade readers is about finding out who you are and dealing with life's messy social geometry through the raucous sport of roller derby.
Arts | Books | State of WonderOPB | May 14, 2016 8 a.m.
One of Portland’s best known contemporary bards talks about her new collection of interconnected stories.
Arts | Books | State of WonderOPB | May 13, 2016 4 a.m.
Portland writer Mo Daviau's debut novel, "Every Anxious Wave," is a time-traveling twist on Gen-X love and music obsession.