An interview with Coco LaBon, author of The Legend of the Chocolate River.
This story recounnts the adventures of Manda, a baby elephant, and his
best friend, Mr. Crowley, a wise, old frog, as search for the legendary
Chocolate River. Manda announces that he wants to...
How important is the 2020 census? Very. Its repercussions are profound.
It’s about power and money. The census in theory should be neutral, an
objective collection of data, but like almost everything else these days it
is politically charged. The numbers determine repres...
Clayton Morgareidge hosts this episode, which includes
The Left and the Law, in which Jan Haaken and Mike Snedeker discuss the
current situation of asylum seekers at the US/Mexico border, also taking up
the Trump administration's ongoing violation of international law on...
Portland's newest City Council member and longtime community activist Jo Ann
Hardesty returns to the KBOO airwaves to host her show Voices From the Edge
on December 13th.
The legacy and impact of the "War on Drugs" on already vulnerable communities
is hard to overstat...
Within the US, I’ve lived in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southwest and the
Northwest. I’ve lived large metropolitan areas and towns with less than
5,000 people. I try to live in places that are considered to be
“progressive” in population and culture. But sometimes the ...
Vibers- tune in this week to hear Mary Jane and Andrè stop by the studio as
K&B engage in ABSOLUTE FOOLERY!! This episode is all shade and all jokes,
sprinkled with ~special guests~ @imiamour and background singer/contributor
@rastaroo! Imia is sharing her insta secrets and...
One of the earliest creeds of the Jesus Movement may be embedded in one of
the letters of Paul. It is an unusual creed in that it says nothing about the
nature of God or salvation, but rather what it means to be human. Historian
of religion, Stephen J. Patterson, returns...
In luminous, vivid, searingly honest prose, the stories in White Dancing
Elephants center on the experiences of diverse women of color—cunning,
bold, and resolute—facing sexual harassment and racial violence, as well as
the violence women inflict upon each other. Combini...
Portland is fortunate to have one of the finest youth orchestras in the
country – the Portland Youth Philharmonic – which will be opening its
95th season on Saturday, November 10th. Yes, that’s 95 with an exclamation
point! A remarkable achievement and a credit to the quali...