Portland violinist Raffaela Kalmar is part of a cohort of musicians who spoke out about sexual abuse by the eminent concertmaster William Preucil.
An ultra-marathoner of comedy writing, Andy Borowitz talks about his long-running feed of satirical news stories and his method of drawing humor out of less-than-funny times.
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The former Rilo Kiley frontwoman returns to Portland on May 22. Enter for a chance to win tickets.
Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Adrian Younge, aka the Midnight Hour, discuss their new collaborative record, the role of sampling in their music, and the intersection of jazz and hip-hop.
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This week we highlight English dream rock, a Beatles-esque psych-pop tune, and a new collaboration between an experimental beat-maker and the most verbose rapper in the world.
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The Portland/L.A. rapper returns to play Doug Fir Lounge February 16. Enter for a chance to win tickets.
America’s first female governor served in Oregon three years before women in the state gained the right to vote. But history has largely forgotten her. That wasn’t an accident.
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You're Jeremy Garber. You've loved books your entire life and for the past 13-plus years you've worked at the Camelot of literary institutions: Powell's Books. First as a cashier, then as a bookseller, then as a used-book buyer and now as the events coordinator for the biggest independent bookstore in the country. You curate what the public sees and write reviews for some of the biggest translated titles in the world. Then, OPB came and had the audacity to ask you why books are so important.
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January 20, 1:30 a.m. [OPB TV]