The Oregon Historical Society hosts Brave in the Attempt, a traveling exhibit featuring 50 years of Special Olympics Oregon memories and mementos with an open house on Saturday, May 21 from 10:00am to 1:00pm.

The traveling exhibit is sponsored by Continue Reading

Meet John Thomas, our Programming Technical Lead! John is one of our behind-the-scenes whizzes who helps us keep music, podcasts, promos and everything in between on the air when DJs aren’t live.  

John started volunteering in 2016, when he … Continue Reading

 Meet DJ Ray Gill Jr., host of Rudeboy Radio and general station station “helper-outer.” Ray recently celebrated the one year anniversary of the start of his show and volunteer journey with PRP.

When he’s not captivating his audience with Continue Reading

Join nationally renowned podcast Horror Movie Talk as they introduce classic horror movies, new and old, at KIGGINS’ CULT OF HORROR on the fourth Friday of each month (March-June) taking place at the Kiggins Theatre on Main Street in Vancouver.… Continue Reading

We are excited to be a part of Willamette Week’s Give Guide this year! The annual fundraising campaign November 1st through December 31st is a guide to Portlanders’ year-end giving.

This grass-roots effort features over 200 Portland-area nonprofitsContinue Reading

The story goes like this…a local musician and a local video animation artist meet and collaborate on a video for a song about pie.

It just doesn’t get any better than that…

For our latest PRP Drop-In Session, Veronica BisestiContinue Reading

“Our Voice, Our Story, Our Way” is the theme of a new festival in Portland, reflecting the current wave of cultural change in theater and film, the Pacific Northwest Multicultural Readers Series and Film Festival (PNMC).

According to its website, … Continue Reading

Get Up PDX! kicked off the last month of Summer 2018 with an upbeat mix of folk music and bluegrass covers of pop songs, Wednesday, Aug. 22.

If you liked what you heard or missed the show, follow host Kirsten Continue Reading

We’re only a few weeks into summer, and already a plethora of talented artists have taken the stage in Portland this season. From local bands to international stars, venues around the metro region are featuring some truly stellar acts. Kirsten Continue Reading

Already been told and may have heard,  “we live in a political world, the one we can see and feel..you’re never sure why you’re here”. And then, there are those who’ve found a reason to live. And found … Continue Reading

Horning’s Hideout welcomed their annual travelers for the 16th annual Northwest String Summit last weekend, July 13th-16th. Bluegrass faithful from across the country met to hear some of today’s most talented string instrumentalists.

The Summit’s … Continue Reading

Heather Hanson, PRP host of The Bus Stop, recently made a trip to Boise, Idaho for the annual five day long Treefort Music Fest, this year featuring 420 different bands. While Heather didn’t see nearly all of them, she … Continue Reading

Portland Radio Project at Day Theater Studios

Here at Portland Radio Project (PRP), we aim to be your friendly local station, keeping you up to date on events in our city. Our show hosts are passionate professionals who love not only music but our entire community. Our … Continue Reading

Julie Amici & Dean Mueller stopped into the PRP studio on Sunday, October 2nd to spend some time talking with Rob Rainwater about songwriting, background and their upcoming release party of the single ‘Yellow Roses’.  You can get the info … Continue Reading

Portland wailer and single cat-mom, Stephanie Scelza is an east coast transplant who in her words, “has no sense of decency or propriety”. (She studied opera throughout her youth, leads a soul band in PDX, was Raw Artist of the … Continue Reading

By | Teri Briggs

Portland’s Playlist welcomed Scott Gilmore and Peter Marcott from the band, Just People, into the Portland Radio Project studio Wednesday night for a DropInSession that was full of laughs, behind the scenes stories, and of course, … Continue Reading

It’s the little things.

In the words of Stephanie Scelza:

“We were doing our normal 10am-12pm segment on air, last Wednesday, December 2, when the news came about San Bernardino. With another shooting on the heels of the Paris Continue Reading

They’re back!

Two hilarious plays that are quickly becoming a Portland Center Stage holiday tradition.

Twist Your Dickens (Second City) and The Santaland Diaries (David Sedarus) are tearing (and for many, tears are involved) it up in the Pearl District … Continue Reading

Many people scoff at Thanksgiving. It is, after all, a National holiday founded on one of the most notorious atrocities in human history, gloried by the tradition of overeating and overspending. It’s easy to be jaded.

Ken Derouchie is not … Continue Reading

I’ve heard tell that drummers have a reputation for egotism.
Tony Lash must be the exception that made the rule. A quiet and staid gentleman, you’d never guess Tony was drummer and sound engineer for alternative rock band, Heatmiser in … Continue Reading