Everything looks different this week somehow — bigger, brighter, more vivid.
Is it us? A new projector? A bird? A plane? Or is it the Wonder? Come hear what we have for you:
- 1:13 - Oregonian reporter Bryan Denson tells us about a breaking art forgery caper.
- 5:34 - The Hollywood Theatre raises the curtain on its new 70mm projection system with “2001: A Space Odyssey.” We hear about the treasure hunt behind tracking down the now defunct technology. Well, almost defunct: the Hollywood might just debut Quentin Tarantino‘s new film with it, too
- 15:29 - New in paperback: Rene Denfeld‘s affecting novel of prison life,“The Enchanted.”
- 23:49 - KMHD sits down with Grammy-winner Nicholas Payton for “A Jazz Life.”
- 27:26 - More details on which historic figures will represent Oregon at the National Statuary Hall Collection.
- 33:23 - Feast on an opbmusic session with Ural Thomas & the Pain as the band goes on tour around the state for McMenamins’ Great NW Music Tour.
- 37:28 - Painter Roger Shimomura‘s vibrant, provocative show at Hallie Ford Museum.
- 46:19 - A new story collection called “The Uncanny Reader” walks the line with “possibly supernatural” fiction.