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This week on "State of Wonder," exclusive sessions with singer-songwriter Josh Ritter and Typhoon, new ideas to preserve Portland arts spaces, musician Laura Veirs branches into podcasting, and more.
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Will a new movie theater subscription service disrupt Portland's independent movie ecosystem? What does the federal government's recent announcement mean for local immigrants from El Salvador? And we learn about recent ethics findings about Cylvia Hayes.
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The most influential living photographer gets a rare Portland exhibition curated by the preeminent art publisher Gerhard Steidl.
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This week on "State of Wonder," comedian Maria Bamford on her hit Netflix series, author of the best-selling "Series of Unfortunate Events," and the man who pretty much invented the photography book.
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Multiple people were injured when an Amtrak train derailed south of Tacoma on Monday morning. A new grant to OHSU will establish a program to increase the number of Native Americans in the health professions. Portland was one of the first cities to argue for "Open Access." And a 76-year old from Medford won a gold medal in the Huntsman Senior World Games.
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This week on "State of Wonder," we discuss the legacy of former mayor and arts booster Vera Katz, the best music of 2017, and get a glimpse into Portland's past through the photos of Minor White.