Hope 2015 is bringing all sorts of wonder to you and yours. It’s off to a great start in the creative world. Here’s what we’ve got on tap this week:
- 0:00: Intro
- 1:20: Oregon Story Board strives to grow the field of digital storytellers.
- 9:30: Comedian Amy Miller explains why pursues her stand-up career in Portland.
- 15:50: John Simpkins journeys into the heart of solitude.
- 25:00 “Oliver Kitteridge” author Elizabeth Strout explores the importance of the “ickily human” in fiction.
- 33:00: NPR Music and OPB Music launch Pickathon video channel with sets from the festival’s Woods Stage.
- 37:10: Mary-Sue Tobin remembers how meeting Herbie Hancock reignited her love for the saxophone.
- 42:25: Matt Love recounts an infamous Portland jewelry heist. You can find him reading at Powells this week.
It’s all coming your way Saturday at noon.