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45 minutes | Mar 14, 2017
Episode 15 - Women's Studies Major
Essayist Martha Grover reads from her latest collection, “The End of My Career,” an Oregon Book Award finalist for 2017. The music in this episode is by In Love with a Ghost, Hiroto Kudo, and Lucy in Disguise. Photo by Martha Grover.
38 minutes | Jan 10, 2017
Episode 14 - Those Who Act
Voices of people taking positive action followed by an interview with activist Kathryn Stevens. Below are links to some of the organizations mentioned in the episode: Be The Millers Emergency Houseless Resource Drive Portland's Resistance Boots on the Ground Backpacks ...
30 minutes | Dec 21, 2016
Episode 13 - Moving beyond fear
Shanti Webley, a 2nd degree black belt in Mo Duk Pai Kung Fu, explains how his martial art helps people uncrumple fear and move through it. Marcus Atkins, a 3rd degree black belt in Kenpo Kung Fu, shares the challenges and rewards of a life dedicated to the study of martial...
22 minutes | Oct 29, 2016
Episode 5 - Anti Heros
Skateboarder and artist Chris Johanson in conversation with Skateboarder and poet Jeff Alessandrelli. Music generously provided by Sunfoot.
17 minutes | Oct 29, 2016
Episode 6 - Agate Picking
On a walk through Forest Park, author Alexis Smith (Glaciers, Marrow Island) talks of loathing summer, the joy of running, and her family's history of agate picking. Music generously provided by Laura Gibson.
14 minutes | Oct 29, 2016
Episode 7 - Stepping Out
Photographer Mercy McNab goes beyond her comfort zone to find herself. Music provided generously by Toe. Photo "Pink Roses" by Mercy McNab.
31 minutes | Oct 29, 2016
Episode 8 - Redemption
Roy Smallwood was mourning the sudden loss of his parents, looking for comfort in heroin and falling deeper in despair. Then he stumbled upon something that saved his life. And everyone else calls it trivial.
33 minutes | Oct 28, 2016
Episode 9 - Excursions
Piano music of Samual Barber carries us into the confined world of short story writer Jacob Aiello who is cooking the same lunch for himself again and again until magically we are transported to Paris and toward the source of his particular disorder. Music provided genero...
33 minutes | Oct 28, 2016
Episode 10 - Outsiders
Featuring the quintessential outsider: a Native American living in his Native America. We take a walk through the Whitaker Ponds Nature Park with poet Trevino Brings Plenty who talks about life as a native, life as an American, and how he explores those dualities in verse, ...
34 minutes | Oct 28, 2016
Episode 12 - Those Who Turn
Jo Hamilton was searching for an artistic medium to express the way she saw the world. She tried everything, until one day she discovered that the medium she was looking for had been with her all along. She just never realized it could be considered art. Now she has pioneer...
9 minutes | Oct 28, 2016
Episode 11 - Paper Wheel
A short piece that turns the entire IPRC into a piece of moving origami, through audio! Produced in December of 2015, back when it felt like the IPRC might remain forever tucked away in it's location on SE Division, even as the city spun like a whirlwind. This episode was...
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