Shows for December 2009
Thu, Dec 31
The delightful insights of writer Sherman Alexie.
Wed, Dec 30
Michael and Matthew Dickman: poets, twins and charming conversationalists.
Tue, Dec 29
Virginia Euwer Wolff on verse novels for young adults — and on missing Performance Today!
Mon, Dec 28
Novelist Peter Rock adds his imagination to the true story of a homeless father and daughter.
Fri, Dec 25
What's the story of the naturalist who named our natural world?
Thu, Dec 24
What role does family play in your holiday celebrations?
Wed, Dec 23
What's next for the health care bill as it moves through Congress?
Tue, Dec 22
What's the relationship between population and climate change?
Mon, Dec 21
Are Eastern Oregon's timber wars over?
Fri, Dec 18
What did and didn't come out Copenhagen — and why?
Thu, Dec 17
How has your faith been affected by hard economic times?
Wed, Dec 16
What do you think when you look up at Mt. Hood?
Tue, Dec 15
How should the Portland region grow: up or out?
Mon, Dec 14
We conclude our No Place to Call Home series by talking with people who have a family member who is homeless.
Fri, Dec 11
Should post-traumatic stress from serving in Iraq be a defense for murder?
Thu, Dec 10
How will the food safety bill moving through Congress now affect farmers — and food — in Oregon?
Wed, Dec 9
What does author Donald Miller learn as he edits his real life into a better story?
Tue, Dec 8
The government is losing much less than anticipated bailing out banks. Now what?
Mon, Dec 7
Will increased access to Oregon's public records and meetings change your relationship to state government?
Fri, Dec 4
What's the purpose of high school sports?
Thu, Dec 3
What questions to you have for the new University of Oregon President?
Wed, Dec 2
"Finishing the job" in Afghanistan: what does that mean to you?
Tue, Dec 1
What do police officers face from the public these days? What do we face from officers?