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Guest Curator Fabi Reyna | Women Of Color In Music | Esperanza Spalding | Ear Trumpet Labs | Catalinbread

This week we’re handing over the keys for "State of Wonder" to local musician and small business owner, Fabi Reyna. She's the creator of the guitar magazine She Shreds.

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Jill Lepore And 'These Truths' At Literary Arts

Host Dave Miller sits down with historian and writer Jill Lepore, author of "These Truths," in front of a live audience at Literary Arts in downtown Portland.

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I Did It My Way: Prentice Onayemi | S1 | Debra Granik And Anne Rosellini | Chanti Darling

How do you get it all done? You’re one person, maybe you have all this desire to do something but none of the knowledge or the connections. This week, we speak with a few artists who got things done their way. 

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How Filmmakers Debra Granik And Anne Rosellini Are Thriving

The director-producer team behind “Leave No Trace” and “Winter’s Bone” talk about their path and process.

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Music Critic Jessica Hopper On Life, Death And Gentrification

Jessica Hopper has written about some of the most compelling music of the past two decades. Central to her work: her relationship with Chicago.

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Oregon Symphony Dazzles, Startles With Oratorio On Homelessness

Composer Gabriel Kahane's "emergency shelter intake form" moves the ensemble into a new conversation with the community.

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Madame Gandhi | John Cameron Mitchell | Black Belt Eagle Scout | Gabriel Kahane

This week, we talk with artists whose work — and sometimes even their mere existence — have caused a kind of social friction (and that's not a bad thing).

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Artist Julia Oldham Captures The Dogs Of Chernobyl

The Eugene-based visual artist envisions the future in a real-life post-apocalyptic landscape.

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Musician Michelle Zauner On Korean Identity And Grieving At H Mart

Zauner’s project Japanese Breakfast was just the beginning as she came to terms with a biracial heritage and losing her mother.