Every week we gather a few local commentators to talk about some of the stories bubbling up at the moment — from arts to sports to cultural trends and more. Our guests tell us what they’re thinking about and we ignite the conversation.
It’s a casual, but thoughtful, conversation about the events and subjects that are being discussed in the cubicles, kitchens, and coffee shops of our region.
This week we’ll discuss Steven Soderbergh’s critique of Hollywood, how the first bridge built in Portland in 40 years will be named, and NBA player Jason Collins’s decision to come out.
What’s on your mind this week?
- Aaron Scott: Arts and culture editor at Portland Monthly Magazine
- Courtenay Hameister: Producer and head writer of Live Wire!