We catch up with "Live Wire," a Portland–produced, nationally syndicated radio variety show that has gone through some changes.
Crystal Schenk and Shelby Davis are a husband-and-wife duo who collaborate on public art installations, including a collection of bronze sculptures found along Portland's Division Street.
R&B, Gospel artist Liz Vice never imagined a life as a singer, but once she began singing in church, at age 32, her path quickly unfolded before her.
The artwork of Ka'ila Farrell-Smith brings her Klamath-Modoc heritage into contemporary life.
Art Beat rides the new TriMet MAX Orange line to discover a fantastic variety of public art on the run from downtown Portland to Milwaukie.
Robert Schlegel's eye for architectural forms leads to sketches, prints, and large, luminous canvases.
Darcelle XV is the West Coast’s oldest performing female impersonator, and operates what is likely the nation’s longest running drag revue.
In jazz pianist Darrell Grant's new album, "The Territory," he explores the landscape and the ideas that make up the state of Oregon.
How will renowned children's author Beverly Cleary celebrate turning 100 this month? With a celebratory slice of carrot cake!
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