local | News | Music | NW Life | Arts | Entertainment | State of WonderOPB | April 30, 2016 noon
This week on State of Wonder, Maurice Sendak goes to the opera, Radiation City brings us their retro-tinged indie pop, photographer Holly Andres captures darkness and light and more.
We discuss some of the biggest stories of the week with our news roundtable. OPB reporter Conrad Wilson brings us a story about an Oregon man who was discharged from the military after being the victim of a sexual assault. High school student Mitchell Lenneville is headed to Washington, D.C., to compete in a national poetry recitation contest.
Pulitzer Prize–winning political cartoonist Jack Ohman sits down with Think Out Loud host Dave Miller.
local | News | Communities | Economy | Think Out LoudOPB | April 27, 2016 12:15 p.m. | Portland
Andrew Heben, author of "Tent City Urbanism," became a builder and advocate for city-sanctioned tiny-house villages for homeless people after living in one and seeing the strong community there.
Oregon voters haven't elected a Republican as governor for 34 years. Allen Alley and Bud Pierce believe this is the year that will change.
We talk to OPB reporter Kristian Foden-Vencil about Oregon's surrogacy industry. Lewis & Clark professor Nathan Christensen questions the wisdom of travel bans as a form of protest. And Portland restaurateur Ken Forkish talks about his new pizza cookbook.
local | News | Politics | Think Out LoudOPB | April 22, 2016 noon
We go over some of the stories in the week's news with our news roundtable. Then we'll check in with the Oregon secretary of state and the Independent Party of Oregon and talk to college students in Oregon about who they're excited about in the presidential primaries.
We find out about state money for seismic upgrades at public schools. Then we explore a new report on sexual violence and blackout drinking at fraternities and sororities at the University of Oregon. And the University of Oregon’s Jewish community is hosting an open campus conversation with Muslim students.