The Lullaby Project paired local songwriters with homeless mothers to write and record lullabies for their children.
Courtesy of The Lullaby Project
- A recent study in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests that states with legal medical marijuana have lower rates of prescribing opioids. Dr. Katrina Hedberg of the Oregon Health Authority tells us what the study means for Oregon.
- Today Portland business leaders announced a plan for a new homeless services facility called Harbor of Hope. OPB Political Reporter Dirk VanderHart fills us in on the details.
- A project by the Oregon Symphony and Portland Homeless Family Solutions partnered local songwriters with homeless mothers to write lullabies for their children. The songs from the Lullaby Project were professionally recorded and will be released this week. We talk with one of the mothers and one of the songwriters about their lullaby.
- The producers of Portland’s Soul’d Out Festival have filed a lawsuit against Coachella Music Festival arguing that the contracts they require artists to sign violate federal antitrust laws.
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