Shows for September 2010
Thu, Sep 30
First time novelist Brian Doyle sings a song of Oregon in Mink River.
Wed, Sep 29
What's working — and not working — in Oregon's public schools?
Tue, Sep 28
Tom Hughes and Bob Stacey face off in the race for Metro Council President.
Mon, Sep 27
How does global trade factor into economic recovery in the Northwest?
Fri, Sep 24
The pros and cons of medical marijuana dispensaries in Oregon.
Thu, Sep 23
Our election coverage starts to heat up with a conversation about Measure 73.
Wed, Sep 22
How much do community services help improve student performance?
Tue, Sep 21
How one man changed the course of medical history.
Mon, Sep 20
Why might someone choose to purposefully injure or mutilate themselves?
Fri, Sep 17
How are Native American traditions and culture incorporated in the Pendleton Round-Up?
Thu, Sep 16
How is cowboy life reflected in the rich history and modern day expression of the 100-year-old Pendleton Round-Up?
Wed, Sep 15
Should liquor sales be controlled by the state?
Tue, Sep 14
Legendary sci-fi writer William Gibson's latest book is Zero History. He lives in Vancouver, BC.
Mon, Sep 13
What are the pros and cons of Measure 75?
Fri, Sep 10
How does Washington's first execution in nine years shape your thoughts on capital punishment?
Thu, Sep 9
Jean Auel wrote her bestselling novel The Clan of the Cave Bear thirty years ago. Her series imagining prehistoric human stories continues with a coming sixth book.
Wed, Sep 8
What happens when musical collaboration blends different genres?
Tue, Sep 7
How a disfiguring accident changed the course of a young woman's life.
Mon, Sep 6
What makes rural economies thrive?
Fri, Sep 3
What's the best way to combat gun violence?
Thu, Sep 2
What does it mean to families and to law enforcement when a cold case is solved?
Wed, Sep 1
As Metro President, David Bragdon, prepares for his new job in New York City, what does he think about this place he's leaving?