Music | Arts | Entertainment | local | NW Life | Books | State of WonderOPB | Aug. 12, 2017 noon
This week on "State of Wonder," Oregon's most audacious eclipse festival, writer Robert Michael Pyle searches for Bigfoot, the descendant of an infamous train robber plays outlaw country and more.
Nation | Arts | News | Think Out LoudOPB | May 23, 2017 noon
Oregon may be spending millions on people who are not eligible for Medicaid benefits. A Portland producer was denied the rights to a play, in a dispute over casting and race. And a new exhibit features Oregon architect John Yeon.
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.
Business | NW Life | Arts | News | 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.
NW Life | local | Land use | News | State of WonderOPB | Nov. 23, 2016 1:13 p.m. | Portland
The architecture firm Snohetta is seeking public input for the new Willamette Falls Riverwalk, plus it recently announced it will design OMSI's central eastside properties.
Brent Walth, Barbara Dudley and Jim Pasero are on the news roundtable talking about some of the biggest stories of the week. And we remember Bing Sheldon, an architect who helped to shape Portland as we know it.
The firm behind the 9/11 Memorial and the new SF MOMA turns its eyes on Portland's waterfront in two projects.
local | Education | News | OPB News BlogOPB | May 29, 2014 11:29 a.m. | Portland
Milwaukie high school students who created a skyscraper with a 3-D printer have placed in an international architecture competition.