Theresa Mitchell speaks with Investigative Reporter Jeremy Scahill about the latest version of his book "Blackwater, The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercinary Army". In the second half hour, Theresa takes listener calls.
Barbara interviews participants from Write Around Portland's Workshop for Transgendered Adults. Participants Jay, Jamila, and Kim talk about their writing process and the nurturing community in the group. You will hear some of their original writings, and we'll also talk to Dawn Thompson, the Program Coordinator for Write Around.
Filmmaker ToddDarling's purchase of a smoke-belching snowmobile led to a cross-country odyssey to unravel the mysteries of deregulation in the Bush era. S.W. Conser talked with Darling about the resulting documentary A Snowmobile for George on the eve of its Portland premiere.
ON STAGE AND STUDIO WITH DMAE ROBERTS, WHO IS PROTECTING US-- WHEN THE CRIMINAL IS THE COP? THAT’S THE QUESTION POSED BY A NEW PLAY CALLED “DUE PROCESS” BY SONG KIM…”DUE PROCESS IS OPENING THIS WEEKEND AT THE GRESHAM LITTLE THEATRE AND WE’LL HEAR ABOUT HIS NEW PLAY ABOUT A MOTHER TRYING TO GET JUSTICE FOR HER SLAIN SON… AND THEN IN THE LATTER PART OF THE SHOW… ARTISTIC DIRECTOR SARAH JANE HARDY JOINS US TO TALK ABOUT THE PLATE OF SUMMER CLASSES NORTHWEST CHILDREN’S THEATER IS OFFERING FOR YOUTH
Host Barbara Bernstein talks about organic farming certification with Chris Schreiner of Oregon Tilth, plus Moreland Farmers' Market Manager Laura Wendel and several farmers who have gone through the federal organic certification process, and some who have not.
Listen to a montage of the voices and music of three Oregon women who wear headcoverings. Hear them talk about why they wear them, there spiritual meaning and even the role that fashion plays in there selection.