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Join us this Sunday, June 14th at 4 PM for the premiere episode of Culture Hub PDX, the latest addition to PRP’s Podcast Co-op. Host Veronica Bisesti will explore compelling and urgent social topics and cultural events affecting … Continue Reading
Showcasing the work of local and student artists, “Artist Perspectives” is the new Pacific Northwest College of Art student-run podcast on Portland Radio Project. We discuss content, process, influences, and intention within the artist’s body of work as well as
It was an honor and a pleasure to welcome Brian Hall of TENTS into the Portland Radio Project studio last week. Brian dropped in on Subculture and introduced our listeners to a couple of tunes from the bands debut LP … Continue Reading
Half of any successful creative venture is the business of selling it: it’s one thing to create art or music, and it’s another to get your work into the hands of the people who want to pay for it.
This … Continue Reading
The conventional wisdom usually goes something like this: Don’t date your co-workers, because relationship drama will follow — and make your life an awkward mess.
That same conventional wisdom also tell us that it’s not a great idea to raise … Continue Reading
It goes without saying that climate change is part of the fabric of our lives these days, as rising sea levels, storms, and the other consequences of high-carbon economies start to take their toll on the environment. But Portland faces … Continue Reading
Portland has long been considered a mecca for alternative transportation, with a sprawling public transit system and years of notoriety as a top bicycle commuting city. However, worsening traffic and an increase in road fatalities are coming head-to-head with Portland’s … Continue Reading
At PRP, Portland’s growing, evolving music scene is one of our favorite things about the city. While many local bands have reached national stardom, our city continues to produce a wider array of genres and artists. Recording all of this … Continue Reading
This year has been a difficult one for immigrant and refugee communities in Oregon. Enforcement sweeps for undocumented immigrants and travel bans for refugees have left families and communities in a legal limbo.
For their part, immigration arrests have skyrocketed. … Continue Reading
Did you know that women start businesses at twice the rate of men, yet receive less than three percent of venture capital?
Perhaps you’ve noticed it’s wintertime out there! But while there might have been some awfully cold days in the valley recently, that doesn’t necessarily translate to good skiing up on Mount Hood.
In fact, the weather has been pretty dreadful … Continue Reading
Today we’re discussing the survivors. Not the reality show but retail survivors, local businesses that keep their heads above water even as so many of us paddle over to Amazon to order every product imaginable delivered to our door.
These … Continue Reading
From milestones like OMSI to the Tilikum Crossing, the recent transformation of Portland’s Central Eastside is dramatic. The previously-industrial area now features tall residential buildings near the Burnside Bridge and new office buildings near the Hawthorne Bridge.
After actively preserving … Continue Reading
PRP segments are some of Portland’s most unique and fresh voices on local radio. Programs such as Bus Stop with Heather Hanson, Tasty Tuesdays with Steven Shomler, Subculture with Veronica Bisesti, Sounds of PDX with Luke Neill and Fresh Spins … Continue Reading
Always time for The Blues to build up our spirits and let music overcome not subject to us to adversity. Saturday Joe brought in the right man for the job. Singer, songwriter and storyteller, Doug MacLeod.
BREAK THE… Continue Reading
A few weeks ago, Nate Wey from Souvenir Driver stopped by Portland Radio Project for a Drop-In Session on The Bus Stop with PRP host Heather Hanson. Check out the podcast to hear about their latest album, the self-titled … Continue Reading
Blues music promoter Cherie Robbins and Cascade Blues Association’s president Greg Slim Lively Johnson sat in with Saturday Joe for a special two-hour Blues segment ahead of a busy summer of festivals and shows. Be in the know!