Air | News | Business | Environment | NW Life | local | Sports | Arts | State of WonderOPB | Jan. 7, 2017 11:45 a.m. | Portland
Amid regulatory crackdown on Northwest glass makers, Eric Lovell transfers the business to California-based Oceanside GlassTile.
We listen back to what Ted Wheeler said as a candidate about his arts agenda for Portland, and learn about what design, architecture and planning challenges lie ahead during Wheeler's tenure.
We wanted to get a better feel for Portland's own Sandy Boulevard. And so we decided to walk it — all the way from its origin, near the corner of SE 7th and Alder, to The Grotto, out at NE 85th.
History | News | Entertainment | Business | NW Life | Music | Arts | Think Out LoudOPB | Dec. 19, 2016 noon
Jimmy Mak's jazz club is closing at the end of the year. We speak to the bar manager about the legacy of the club and a musician who is playing there on the last night—New Year’s Eve.
Business | News | NW Life | Arts | State of WonderOPB | Dec. 2, 2016 12:56 p.m.
The Fair-Haired Dumbbell is the first Oregon building to solicit investments from the crowd under new regulations laid out by the JOBS Act, and perhaps the first in the U.S.
Nation | Business | News | Communities | Think Out LoudOPB | Nov. 30, 2016 noon
New laws in several Oregon cities make giving money to panhandlers illegal. Also, will the legislature compromise on transportation funding? And if marches and protests don't have any effect, how will social change happen?
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Disjecta's Director Ousted | Hari Kondabolu | Roger Hobbs RIP | Portland Through The Skanner's PhotographyOPB | Nov. 26, 2016 noon
This week on State of Wonder, seismic upheaval at Disjecta, the passing of a dapper young author with a penchant for the criminal, years of Skanner photography from Julie Keefe, and a comedian who makes the political deeply funny.