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It’s the 1990s in the Pacific Northwest. A march of chainsaws clear-cuts the country’s last available ancient forests. Protesters bury themselves in front of bulldozers and spend months sitting in the tallest trees in the world. And at the center, the northern spotted owl becomes the most controversial bird in the country. The "Timber Wars" podcast tells the story of how this conflict reshaped the Northwest and the nation as a whole, and transformed the way we see—and fight over—the natural ...
 
The goal of our podcasts is to provide timely, relevant information to cities, legislators, media and the public by highlighting and focusing on specific topics in quick-paced episodes. We will discuss policy, legal issues and advocacy matters in a relaxed, conversational style designed to inform and educate while doing so in an interesting and entertaining way.
 
City Journal's 10 Blocks, a weekly podcast hosted by editor Brian C. Anderson, features discussions on urban policy and culture with City Journal editors, contributors, and special guests. Forthcoming episodes will be devoted to topics such as: predictive policing, the Bronx renaissance, reform of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, homelessness in Portland, Oregon, and more. City Journal is a quarterly print and regular online magazine published by the Manhattan Institute.
 
Crime. Conspiracy. Cognizance. Welcome to Mile Higher hosted by husband & wife duo Josh Thomas and Kendall Rae! Our show focuses on True Crime but we delve into many other topics including conspiracy theories, unexplained phenomena, metaphysics, futurism, ancient civilizations and news stories the mainstream media doesn't cover. Our guests include experts in these topics as well as like-minded individuals who share our passion for uncovering the truth and exploring the mysteries of our unive ...
 
Every good structure needs a solid foundation. Every victorious Christian needs one too! The scriptural truths we believe are like stones that are built one upon another as we grow closer to Jesus. Foundation Stones is Refuge City Church’s discipleship podcast. Refuge City Church is an Assembly of God multi-site congregation in Southern Oregon. Join Pastor Jim Weaver and guests for solid biblical truth, candid conversations, and edifying content! Make sure to subscribe so you never miss an e ...
 
In the Keep Classical Weird podcast, host Casey Bozell explores all manner of kooky, mysterious and outlandish oddities associated with the wide world of classical music - all from her homebase in Portland, Oregon, a city celebrated for its culture and its eccentricity. Join Casey and some entertaining friends each week for a light-hearted and joyful look at why weirdness in classical music is part of what makes this art form so special.
 
It Did Happen Here is an independently produced podcast about anti-fascist struggles that took place in Portland, Oregon following the 1988 murder of Ethiopian immigrant Mulugeta Seraw by racist skinheads. This is the story of how disparate groups used a diversity of tactics to fight neo-nazi violence and right wing organizing in the Rose City in the 1980s and 90s.
 
Raw and uncensored monologues and conversations about race relations. The ins and outs of the unique perspectives of a black woman who is FROM the Pacific North West, specifically from the predominately white state and“ SUPER” white city of Eugene, Oregon. Be a fly on the wall...listen as myself and guests work through what Is seen, felt and talked about on a daily basis while living black. You can support my work here: www.patreon.com/Blackgirlfromeugene_1 $5 a month makes a huge difference ...
 
Lean Portland is a volunteer group based in Portland, Oregon that offers Lean and Six Sigma consulting to nonprofit organizations. We also host learning events, free workshops, interviews, happy hours and volunteer opportunities and mentoring for other practitioners.
 
Rabbi Shneur Wilhelm is a well known lecturer and speaker. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, he received his Rabbinical Ordination from the Rabbinical College of America. He has a teaching degree from the Menachem Education Foundation and has taught a wide spectrum of topics in Israel, Perth and Melbourne, Australia, and throughout New York City. Rabbi Shneur lives with his wife, Chaya, and their three children in Portland. He can reached at RabbiShneur@ChabadOregon.com LIKE us out on Fac ...
 
Welcome to the Life Change Church podcast. Here you will find sermons from our Sunday morning and Wednesday night services. We are located on the beautiful Oregon Coast in the city of Coos Bay. At Life Change Church you will find a welcoming and caring group of people from many walks of life. Our goal is to be a safe place for people to seek and find God. We are real people with real issues and a very real God that wants to help. We offer relevant teaching from the Word of God that will help ...
 
Language of Bromance is a weekly Improv Comedy Podcast that was created by Richard and Shawn in 2014. Releasing a new episode every single Sunday featuring new weird stories from history, news, movies, and more. The duo has performed live at the Kansas City Comic Con, Planet ComiCon, The Chicago Podcast Festival and more. Language of Bromance has also been featured as part of Kevin Smith’s SmodCo Pod U and BBC Radio Show World Have Your Say. A few stories Language of Bromance has covered are ...
 
Brian Prawitz is the owner of BP Media Solutions, a marketing firm in Roseburg, Oregon. Brian spent 20 years in radio and loves sharing information through audio. Brian is involved in community activities and is also a Roseburg City Councilor. The information and opinions contained in these podcasts or those of Brian Prawitz, and do not reflect the opinions of other city councilors, the Roseburg City Council or Roseburg City Staff.
 
Formerly the home of the City Bible Church podcast. We invite you listen to these messages from Mannahouse. We believe they will encourage you, challenge you, and help you learn how to live in this journey. Mannahouse is a multi-campus church in Portland, Oregon. Join us every week at any of our campuses or online at live.mannahouse.church
 
A podcast from Washington Post Live, the newsroom’s live journalism platform, where top-level government officials, business leaders, cultural influencers and emerging voices discuss the most pressing issues driving the news cycle nationally and across the globe. From one-on-one newsmaker interviews to in-depth multi-segment programs, Washington Post Live brings The Post’s newsroom to life on stage.
 
Scott spent nearly a decade in the pharmaceutical industry before leaving for full time ministry. After graduating from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary he and his wife moved from Texas to Baker City Oregon to plant Blue Mountain Baptist Church, where he currently serves as lead pastor. His passion is truly making disciples of Jesus.
 
3 shows in 1! Regular - Any topic! Bonus - Post Match Bristol City. Robins Reunited - Ex Bristol City players recapping old times. The podcast is hosted by Patrick Warner, or Patch as he is most well-known, who was in Portland, Oregon in 2011 when he was asked on to his cousin’s podcast called The MitchCast. The podcast was two friends getting together to discuss a wide range of topics, from movies to reviewing drinks to playing games on air. Patch returned home and thought it would be great ...
 
Michael Castner is a talk show host based in Portland, Oregon. He was the host of The Daily Wrap from the Wall Street Journal Radio Network. The program was broadcast daily from New York City and was heard coast to coast on nearly 100 radio stations. He was a host for E! Entertainment for 14 years, iHeart Radio, Bonneville's Nightside Project as well as Entercom Radio.
 
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In February, trees in cities and towns across the state crashed down after a devastating ice storm. Months later, several cities in Oregon are still dealing with tree damage from the storm. We hear from Megan Big John, parks manager for Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation, and Mark Becktel, Salem’s public works operations manager, on how tree damage c…
 
Friday marks the first time Juneteenth is being recognized as a national holiday, 156 years after Union Army Gen. Gordon Granger first notified Black people in Texas of the ending of slavery. On Thursday, President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law. Tiffany A. Player, an assistant professor of history at Georgia…
 
Bill White, CEO and chair of the Buckhead City Committee, says the group spent the last year exploring what it would take for Buckhead to become a city — and the committee recently submitted paperwork to separate the community from Atlanta. White, who was a guest on Friday’s edition of “Closer Look,” told show host Rose Scott that crime — and the l…
 
COVID-19 Vaccines May Not Protect Immunocompromised People This week, California and New York, two of the states hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, announced that they were relaxing almost all coronavirus-related business restrictions. Across the country, vaccination numbers are slowly ticking up—although a troubling COVID-19 variant known as De…
 
How To Talk About Medical Marijuana With Your Doctor Over the last decade, cannabis has had a moment. Thirty-six states and Washington D.C. have legalized it for medical use. (Fifteen states, plus D.C., have also legalized weed recreationally.) Altogether, about 5.5 million people in the U.S. now have medical marijuana cards. One of the primary arg…
 
On Tuesday, the Senate unanimously passed a bill establishing June 19 as “Juneteenth National Independence Day”, a U.S. holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth is the day in 1865 when Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas to announce the abolition of slavery and the end of the Civil War. That came two years af…
 
Flux Projects produces temporary public art projects that connect Atlanta artists and audiences through the creative power of place. Their next event begins Saturday, Juneteenth, with Charmaine Minifield’s “Remembrance as Resistance: Preserving Black Narratives.” This project honors the more than 800 recently discovered unmarked graves in the Afric…
 
Just days after President Joe Biden signed legislation making Juneteenth a national holiday, the Southern Poverty Law Center is calling for people across the country to liberate public spaces occupied by confederate monuments by gathering in those spaces on Juneteenth to celebrate progress. Lecia Brooks, chief of staff for the SPLC, joined WABE’s “…
 
Last fall Oregon voters decriminalized possession of small amounts of almost all hard drugs, taking a groundbreaking step away from the arrest, charge and jail model for possession that’s been a centerpiece of American drug policy since President Richard Nixon declared his War on Drugs 50 years ago this week. Oregonians overwhelmingly passed Measur…
 
Holly Springs is mourning an officer killed in the line of duty Wednesday night — an officer said to have been the model professional. The department has identified the officer as 25-year-old Joe Burson. He’d been with the department for a year and a half. Police Chief Tom Keheley told reporters that if he had the ability to clone police officers, …
 
China Stages LARGEST Air Invasion of Taiwan Airspace Sparking Fears The U.S. Is Headed Towards War. While Biden was flailing at the G7 summit and meeting with Putin Russia and China were taunting the US. China's push into Taiwanese air defense zone sent alarm bells sparking fear that China will push to take Taiwan while America is under the preside…
 
We spoke to poet Claudia Rankine in front of a live audience at Literary Arts in downtown Portland in 2018. Rankine is the author of five collections of poetry, including National Book Award finalist "Citizen: An American Lyric." Rankine was awarded the MacArthur "genius" grant in 2016 and founded the Racial Imaginary Institute to explore whiteness…
 
There is a shortage of affordable housing on the Oregon coast. This is not a new problem, and it only intensified with the COVID-19 pandemic, as coastal real estate became even more attractive to people who could afford to work remotely. A 2019 housing study in Clatsop County on Oregon’s north coast flagged vacation rentals as one of the contributi…
 
Portland musician Aaron Nigel Smith calls the genre he works in “family music.” He writes songs for kids and their families to enjoy together. For Juneteenth this year he’s releasing a special collaboration album with songs from 23 other artists. The album is called All One Tribe, and it’s a celebration of Black musicians, children, and families. A…
 
The Oregon legislature’s 2021 session is drawing to a close, and it’s been an eventful five months, with a slow start but then a lot of activity: on pandemic response, policing, gun laws, and much more. Democratic lawmakers, who hold sizable majorities, will also be leaving some of the priorities undone. OPB political reporter Sam Stites gives us a…
 
Alexandra James, a recent graduate of Georgia State University’s Middle Level Education program, says there’s no one-size-fits-all formula for teaching, educational equity is more than equality and that each student has different needs. “Students are individuals, and they show up as their whole selves, as they should,” James said. “And so their who…
 
Atlanta’s power punk-pop outfit Lesibu Grand was recently named one of the top “100 bands to watch in 2021” by Alternative Press. The band explores issues like racism, social justice, and reproductive rights in her lyrics. This Saturday, the band is playing their first show in over a year as part of Punk Black’s pop-up Juneteenth celebration. Singe…
 
In a new book, “Strange Bright Blooms,” Randy Malamud, regents professor of English at Georgia State University, explores flowers’ complicated place in human history. He joined WABE’s “Morning Edition” to discuss how flowers have been used to inspire, celebrate, shock, demean — and even commit crimes. Christopher Alston contributed to this report. …
 
When Aaron Hinton walked through the housing project in Brownsville on a recent summer afternoon, he voiced love and pride for this tightknit, but troubled working-class neighborhood in New York City where he grew up. He pointed to a community garden, the lush plots of vegetables and flowers tended by volunteers, and to the library where he has led…
 
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