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Portland Radio Project was among more than 600 Oregon arts and culture organizations, from museums to fairgrounds, to be awarded the Coronavirus Relief Fund Cultural Support (CRFCS) Wednesday, September 23, 2020.

Stemming from the CARES Act, approved by Congress … Continue Reading

Portland Radio Project, 99.1 FM is celebrating five years on the dial this month – with special programming all week August 10 – 16!

Co-founded by professional Portland broadcasters, and backed by devoted volunteers, the station gives a voice … Continue Reading

This Sunday at 4pm, give a listen to former Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford‘s final addition to Pandemic Poems entitled, “Spring Fever in Lockdown.”

Following broadcast, Sundays at 4 pm, episodes will archive here.

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They didn’t have the internet, or even telephones, so it took years for some enslaved African Americans to learn they had been emancipated. Although President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation January 1, 1863, it wasn’t until June 19, 1865 … Continue Reading

This Sunday at 4pm, give a listen to former Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford‘s latest addition to Pandemic Poems entitled, “For A Daughter In Quarantine.”

Following broadcast, Sundays at 4 pm, episodes will archive here.

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This Sunday at 4pm, give a listen to former Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford‘s latest addition to Pandemic Poems entitled, “Governor.”

Following broadcast, Sundays at 4 pm, episodes will archive here.

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This Sunday at 4pm, give a listen to Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford‘s latest addition to Pandemic Poems entitled, “Shelter In Place.”

Following broadcast, Sundays at 4 pm, episodes will archive here.

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When Mike Eklund interned at Portland Radio Project in 2015, he was a friendly, cheerful young man coming of age – with a very full head of red hair. He was always up for any assignment, and carried out all … Continue Reading

This Sunday at 4pm, give a listen to Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford‘s latest addition to Pandemic Poems entitled, “Mingling.”

Following broadcast, Sundays at 4 pm, episodes will archive here.

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This Sunday at 4pm, give a listen to Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford‘s latest addition to Pandemic Poems entitled, “Dr. Fauci’s Smile.”

Following broadcast, Sundays at 4 pm, episodes will archive here.

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#GivingTuesdayNow is a new global day of giving and unity that will take place on May 5, 2020 as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. Even in times of economic crisis, we each have a Continue Reading

This Sunday at 4pm, give a listen to Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford‘s latest addition to Pandemic Poems entitled, “Time On Our Hands in a Pandemic.”

Following broadcast, Sundays at 4 pm, episodes will archive here.

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Is poetry important and why? How can words express the difficulty in hard times?

Check out the first installment of our new podcast Pandemic Poems to find an answer from Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford!

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Thanks for tuning in to The Mixtape! The Mixtape is a show where you are going to hear a great mix of local Portland bands and music from around the world! Tune in every Thursday night from 7pm to 9pm!… Continue Reading

Thanks for tuning in to The Mixtape! The Mixtape is a show where you are going to hear a great mix of local Portland bands and music from around the world! Tune in every Thursday night from 7pm to 9pm!… Continue Reading

There’s no question about it, it’s gotta be tough being a talented musician these days. Especially so if enduring a creative slump during a pandemic becomes part of the picture.

Also, ahem. Have you tried being a music writer? Not … Continue Reading

With Oregon’s bars, restaurants and venues shuttering, musicians stand to be among the hardest hit by COVID-19-related losses. But, in order to be considered for any relief, “we must stand up to quantify the immediate impact that the music … Continue Reading

~This episode of Community Voices is sponsored by Heidi Moore, Country Financial Insurance~

** Listen for the broadcast Sunday, January 26, at 5 pm, at 99.1 FM**

One year ago this past November, Oregon Winemaker Jesus Guillén died after … Continue Reading

Portland is making international news again – this time for our abundance of music festivals – and we’re happy to report the Rolling Stone France article, October edition, gave PRP a mention.

In town for Pickathon, the pride and joy … Continue Reading

Portland artists Korgy & Bass, as well as their friend and collaborator Cyrus Nabipoor stopped by PRP studio to chat with Jenna D and Asia Wagner about their new album Remote and the upcoming show at the Mississippi Studios.… Continue Reading

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