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A new year with The Adio Sequence on Sounds of PDX

For my first episode of 2017 we had The Adio Sequence join us in studio to talk about new music, recap 2016, and their plans for the new year. Jen Emerson and I had plenty to chat about with the … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : T-N-T Grillin’

How can you go wrong when cooking your favorite food is the way you earn your living? Especially when burgers are the food you most enjoy. For Tony Kenaston of the T-N-T Grillin’ food cart, it’s the perfect combination of … Continue Reading

LAST CHANCE: Put PRP in the LOOP!

Attention PRP fans! Albina Community Bank is supporting nonprofits with proceeds from its LOOP Visa Card – and you can help us get on the list of recipients.

From the Albina website:

“We want to hear from you about where … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Vegan Beer & Food Festival

The Vegan Beer and Food Festival is coming to Portland. Wait… a vegan beer and food festival that was not in Portland? Too true. The VB&FF got its start six years ago in a large city in the southern section … Continue Reading

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No Plan B for Tess Vigeland

by Michele Van Kleef

What happens when you bring in an author and public radio personality, specializing in finance, to a music-based radio station?

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Tess Vigeland (left) talking with Michele Van Kleef at Portland Radio Project, 9.21.15.

Tess Vigeland and … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Polli Tico

Dedication to one’s craft is a key ingredient for those who are providing food through their food cart. With competition from many other food carts in PDX, excellence in craft is a main requirement for long-term survival. At Polli TicoContinue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : ASH Wood Fired

When was the last time you heard of someone making pizza dough from the yeast found on local grapes? Never you say? Well, now you have. And not just any pizza dough, but San Francisco-style sourdough pizza dough. That’s exactly Continue Reading

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Bikes vs. Cars

Portland has long been recognized as one of the best bicycling communities in the world. Recent statistics indicate more than six percent of Portland residents bike commute to work, making our beautiful metropolis the highest-ranking major city in that category.… Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Organic Brewers Festival 2015

Seeing as how beer is made from natural ingredients, you’d think that it would logically follow that beer is organic. In Europe that’s just how it’s done. In fact, the Europeans make organic beer as a matter of course. But … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : PDX Dönerland

It was Turkish immigrants settling in Germany during the late 50s who were responsible for what would become the most popular street food in Deutschland. Know as Döner, a flatbread sandwich filled with meat and veggies, became so popular that … Continue Reading

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Advantis Credit Union: GROW Community Grants

A key PRP.fm partner is kicking off its campaign to fund vital projects around the Portland area with community grants:  Starting today, Advantis Credit Union is accepting applications for grants of up to $10,000 as part of its GROW Community … Continue Reading

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PRP Talk Boxing

Two of PRP’s on-air hosts, Heather Hanson and Gabriel Clark hit the airwaves on KGW May 6, 2015 to talk about Portland Radio Project launching on the FM dial during the month of May. Our frequency will be: 99.1 FM.… Continue Reading

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Hope and Healing for Nepal

Last  month, more than 7000 people died in the Nepal Earthquake. As this international tragedy continues to unfold; the story is moving from a headline to an afterthought.

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For Dr. Lew Zirkle., founder of SIGN Fracture Care International (SIGN), … Continue Reading

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It Takes a Village

I remember being twelve years old and my Grandmother telling me that she never wanted to live in a nursing home. Above all else she valued her independence and would maintain it at any cost. She was fortunate to have … Continue Reading

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Margie Boulé: Respect Aging Women

The Guardian newspaper editors recently summarized the media’s message to older women: “To age is to fail.” Being past 50, the editorial suggested, without having made the rounds at cosmetics clinics, was to have neglected some unspoken duty not to … Continue Reading

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Chasing Autism Awareness

Diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome (also known as High Functioning Autism) at the age of 14, Jonathan Chase is an autism advocate, TedX presenter, Board Member of the Autism Society of Oregon and mentor to parents and youth.

The Portland resident … Continue Reading

The Smelt are Running

If you put your fishing gear away for the winter, that’s a mistake. There are still plenty of fish  to be caught, you just have to trade your rod and reel for a net, preferably with a  long reach. It’s … Continue Reading

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Marching Fourth!

MarchFourth! Two Nights!                                         

12th Anniversary Celebration at the Crystal Ballroom.

If you like carnivals, marching bands and costumes aplenty this is a show made just for you! The MarchFourth! 12th Anniversary Celebration takes place on March 3rd (family show) … Continue Reading

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Celebrating African Filmmakers

The Cascade Festival of African Films was created in 1991 by four faculty members from Portland Community College.

In its first year, the festival presented just four films.

Now in its 25th year, the festival has expanded to a … Continue Reading

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Video on Radio? Yes!

Portland Radio Project isn’t just about radio (streaming rock, folk and blues; 99.1 FM in a few weeks).

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Of course, we have this award-winning website, filled with great content.

Our Soundcloud stream features PRP’s best interviews and Podcasts.


And, PRP … Continue Reading