On Tuesday January 25, 2022, Joseph Gallivan interviews artist KHEM, about
his show Smiles of Planet Earth in Portland, Oregon. KHEM paints simple black
curves on white paper, arranged in patterns whose meaning he decodes after he
has completed the work. KHEM has travelled ...
Anjali returns to celebrate the 16-year anniversary of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie
Kush for the second week in row, this time presenting her new mix Stars in
my Guitar / Estrellas en mi Guitarra / Mere Geetara Mein Taare.
Episode: In the Grove
We go into the woods with traditional North American music, it's roots,
branches and beyond.
(Photo by Peter Enstad, Scotts Mills, Oregon, December 2021. "Another walk on
a snowy day." Used with permission.)
Just about two years ago BP (Before Pandemic), I had the great pleasure of
welcoming to KBOO four of the very best short fiction writers in Portland, in
the whole country for that matter: Margaret Malone, author of People Like
You, which was a Pen Hemingway finalist; Kimber...
Join us on the Cascadia Coffeehouse this Friday morning as we celebrate the
music of beloved singer-songwriter Kate Wolf, who would have turned 80 this
week. We'll also hear brand new music from Eliza Gilkyson, the Harley
Kimbro Lewis trio, Molly Tuttle with her incredible...
Almodovar's new Parallel Mothers, is the subject of attention, along
with Britta Gordon's view of Samuel Fuller's crazy masterwork The Naked
Kiss, now streaming, while Jeff Godsil takes a new look at Les Blank's Herzog
documentary, Burden of Dreams. and Matthew of KBOO's Gr...
Made in Americana
Somewhere at the confluence of country, blues, folk and gospel lies this
mythical place known as Americana. From this collision of genres has sprung a
form of music that since 2010 has been a category of music recognized the
Recording Academy. Join ...
The Portland metro area is a land of water at the confluence of two of the
major rivers in the Pacific Northwest. The Chinookan People, who lived along
the Columbia and Willamette Rivers before European contact, were master canoe
builders, and the rivers were their highw...
Host Karen James speaks with Zach Winston, policy director with Oregon
Justice Resource Center, about the 2022 Oregon legislative short session.
Three bills that were unsuccessful in the 2021 session have been
re-introduced this year by OJRC. Zach explains each bill and its...