Transportation

Book Mole: Balls

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Mon, 08/17/2015
Larry Bowlden reviews a 1998 novel by Nancy Kincaid titled "Balls."  The novel takes a look at college football, its excesses and corruption, as seen through the eyes of sixteen women, all of whom are either married to coaches or raising sons who are prospective football players.
5:29 minutes (2.19 MB)

Field Moles: Shell No in St. John's

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Mon, 08/17/2015
Desiree Hellegers brings a field report from Portland’s Cathedral Park where activists on July 29th attempted to delay the transit of Shell Oil's icebreaker on its way up to the Arctic. The segment features the voice of Greenpeace climber Marty Aranaydo, founder and director of the Indigenous Peoples Power Project. 10:01 minutes (4.01 MB)

Live-Aboard Boaters Face Enforcement Under "Transient Laws"

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News In Depth
program date: 
Thu, 08/06/2015
Individuals and families who live on boats in the Willamette River, some of whom have done so for more than ten years, are facing new enforcement of existing transient laws. 
KBOO reporter Henry Leasia filed this report about their struggle to have these laws changed.
16:13 minutes (14.84 MB)

Kayaktivists and rope-sitters block Shell's icebreaker rig

program: 
News In Depth
program date: 
Wed, 07/29/2015
Thirteen activists are suspended from ropes hanging from the Saint John’s bridge, more than fourteen hours after they rappelled down from the bridge early this morning.  They are supported by around 150 ‘kayaktivists’, who gathered Tuesday night in Saint Johns’ Cathedral Park to try to block a ship leased by the Shell Oil company from exiting the harbor. 
The ship, the USC Fennica, was in Portland for repairs after a gash was discovered in its hull while en route to the Arctic circle.
Jenka Soderberg has more  12:59 minutes (11.89 MB)
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