This week, unexpected finds in visual art, music, and more:
- 0:00: Intro
- 1:30: Slim Moon talks about his career transition from punk rock godfather to Unitarian minister.
- 9:15: Horse Feathers break out with an energetic new record.
- 20:45: Ursula Le Guin tears into the publishing industry at the National Book Awards
- 24:45: Margaret Atwood reflects on writing women in fiction after second-wave feminism.
- 35:30: Las Cafeteras conducts a clinic at Portland State fusing politics with Son Jarocho sounds.
- 40:05: David Ackerman gets on the bad side of Charles Mingus…then back on his good side again.
- 47:40: The Oregon Jewish Museum exhibits Shirley Gittelsohn’s paintings of people and places.