Every week we gather a few local commentators to talk about some of the stories of the week — from the arts to sports to politics and more. Our guests tell us what they’re thinking about and we ignite the conversation.
The idea is to get a casual, but thoughtful, conversation going about the events and subjects that are being discussed in the cubicles, kitchens, and coffee shops of our region.
This week we’ll be discussing changes in what the TSA will allow in airplanes, the science of addictive junk food, a new house bill that would allow consumers to buy wine in resuable “growlers,” and the changing definition of the word ‘literally.’
What’s on your mind this week?
- Chelsea Cain: Author of Kill You Twice in the Gretchen Lowell series
- Janna Lopez: Publisher of Portland Family
- Michael Russell: Restaurant critic for the Oregonian