On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project", poet, essayist, & naturalist Diane Ackerman reads from "The Zookeeper’s Wife" and shares deeper insights into the true history behind the story.
A well-known scientist says scientists need to be more human in a "post-truth world." Portland opens a psychiatric emergency room. And the state gives out grants to log juniper — we'll find out how it works.
Environment | Arts | Business | local | Sports | NW Life | Air | News | 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.
Communities | Nation | Environment | Fish & Wildlife | Education | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Jan. 4, 2017 noon
We bring you a conversation with George Atiyeh. He’s the nephew of former Oregon governor Vic Atiyeh, and the single biggest reason that the Opal Creek Wilderness was created 20 years ago.
Environment | NW Life | Election | Arts | local | History | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Dec. 28, 2016 noon | Portland
As 2016 comes to a close, the staff of OPB's "Think Out Loud" look back on some of their favorite conversations from the past year.
Seventy-five years ago, America was drawn into World War II and the Pacific Northwest answered the call with lumber, hydroelectricity, even a secret plutonium factory to arm atomic bombs.
Economy | Communities | News | Environment | Nation | Think Out LoudOPB | Dec. 2, 2016 noon
We discuss some big stories this week on our news roundtable, learn more about the sale of the Elliott State Forest and hear about efforts to reduce the use of solitary confinement in Oregon prisons.
Nation | Communities | NW Life | Environment | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Oct. 31, 2016 noon
Do you have a story about a spooky or weird place in Portland? Share it today on our Halloween extravaganza. Also today, we'll hear another personal story in our American Dream series.
NW Life | Environment | local | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Oct. 19, 2016 noon
PacifiCorp has filed for permission from the federal government to transfer its license for four Klamath River dams to a new corporation that was set up with the sole purpose of taking the dams down.