We hear about a debate around diversity in humanities education at Reed College and an effort to save an iconic Portland video store. And our news roundtable takes up some of the week's big stories.
The nonprofit cinema is launching a campaign to buy one of Portland’s last remaining video stores — and one of the country's largest film collections.
NW Life | Entertainment | Arts | local | Books | Music | State of WonderOPB | Oct. 7, 2017 noon
This week on "State of Wonder," we talk Sleater-Kinney and "Portlandia" with Carrie Brownstein, get a preview of the Bend Film Fest, paint some eyeballs with ocularist Fred Harwin and more.
A boarding house in Eugene was one of the only places African American travelers could stay in the mid-20th century. Also, we'll learn what's on the docket for the Supreme Court that might affect Oregon. And the latest business news.
Portland's Mayor Ted Wheeler discusses Amazon, freeway widening, and more. Also, we learn more about type 1 diabetes. And we celebrate the career of Steve Amen, host of "Oregon Field Guide."
local | NW Life | Books | Arts | Entertainment | State of WonderOPB | Aug. 4, 2017 1:17 p.m.
Kent Nerburn is known for bridging the gap between Native and non-Native cultures. His cult classic is seeing a resurgence here and overseas. "Neither Wolf Nor Dog" is hitting the big screen.
local | NW Life | Arts | State of WonderOPB | June 2, 2017 10:29 a.m. | Portland
Portland Horror Film Festival is placing women filmmakers center stage by offering them free submissions. The result: more than double the amount of female directed films than last year.
Overlook Film Festival attendees were given an opportunity to play a 24 hour, four-day immersive horror game.
local | NW Life | Arts | Oregon Art BeatOPB | April 27, 2017 8 p.m. | Portland
The engine of gentrification fueled by Portland’s recent transplants was starting to hum by the time Jerold Howard returned. That's inspired his latest film.
On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," Academy Award winner Barbara Kopple takes us behind the scenes of her own life and how she became hooked on narrative and documentary filmmaking.