Tag Archive for: #prp.fm
Once you’ve discovered that your Schwinn ExerCycle is not really a time machine, what to do? Well, if you’re Ryan Carpenter of MOBERI you take that ExerCycle out of your parents basement, strap a blender to it and transform it … Continue Reading
How does one start a successful tradition? Choose a famous, established tradition and then follow that example. Churros Locos choose a very successful tradition to imitate that’s found at the happiest place on earth. Get a churro on your way … Continue Reading
Three Days of Rain, Portland Center Stage’s finale production of their 2014-15 season, has been drawing rave reviews and wildly enthusiastic audiences.
A steady stream of local musicians, would-be volunteers and well-wishers made their way to the Tiffany Center’s eighth-floor studio where Portland Radio Project celebrated its launch to the FM dial at 99.1 Friday, May 22, 2015.
After streaming a rich … Continue Reading
by Emily Neelon |
When I think back on my childhood, I remember the carefreeness of it, each day a new adventure, my runaway imagination taking me in any and every direction. I had a good childhood, a loving childhood, … Continue Reading
What do you do as a hungry, not-a-lot-of-cash college student, looking to get some good food but, you’re not a cook? You call Mom of course. Because Mom knows how to make satisfying food on a budget. While attending U … Continue Reading
It’s a short flight of stairs to the stage at The Secret Society on North Russell. As you make the climb, you can feast your eyes on old photos of well known and not so well known musicians. All the … Continue Reading
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
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.
Who cooks with automotive parts? Authentic Detroit pizza makers that’s who. In the Fifties pizza chefs in Detroit rather than use the typical square Sicilian pizza pans, repurposed auto parts trays to bake their pizzas. Midwest Pizza Company also uses … Continue Reading
By Emily Neelon |
Let’s welcome everyone home to a good night’s sleep.
If you want to know where to find the best food in any city or town, follow the locals. It’s a tried-and-true formula that will ensure you find the hidden gems among the local bistros. In Portland, when in comes … Continue Reading
What happens when two bandmates from years ago get together and chat about old times and new? Lots of fun and laughs, old stories and memories, plus lots of new ones too.
By Jeremy Junkin |
Telling your story to someone who knows and understands your perspective is a powerful human experience. It can be an incredible tool for healing from trauma of any variety. It’s that moment when someone “gets it” … Continue Reading
By Emily Neelon |
Over the next three days, Portland will be flooded with 11,000 beer industry professionals for the 32nd annual Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America. Put on by the Brewers Association, this April 14-17 event brings together … Continue Reading
A local Portland chef is taking that American staple of fast food, French fries, back to its roots by way of Canada. Quebec, Canada to be precise. Who is this chef? He’s known as The Fry Guy.
The Fry Guy’s … Continue Reading
By Emily Neelon |
Everybody should dance. Period.
At least that’s what Polaris Dance Theater believes.
Get ready for the 4th Annual Inner City Blues Festival April 11, 2015. The all-star lineup is truly amazing. We invited Norman Sylvester into our studios recently to talk with Sarah Billings about his mission to help deliver health care … Continue Reading
The Colonies have been invaded once again. Another British musician from the West Midlands of the U.K. has landed in Portland and this time has established he and his family at the Kingsland Kitchen, one of the Rose City’s … Continue Reading