So much of our lives is spent in the margins – waiting in lines, that gap between jobs, transitions across states, moving homes. And, of course, that odd space between graduating and arriving at a solid career path. But rather … Continue Reading
For many higher-ed students, the trade-off of obtaining a diploma isn’t just four-plus years and a lot of hard work – it’s also a daunting sum of money paid out to colleges and universities. Many students patchwork their way through … Continue Reading
Nonprofits tackle some of the most intractable problems in our society. They do this typically under-resourced but with great passion for their mission. What do they do when they need a specific professional skill to build more mission capacity?
Here’s … Continue Reading
Tell me about your history and involvement with music. How does that relate to your involvement with radio?
On Sunday mornings,
PRP is grateful to have the time and efforts of Erica Kester!
“My love of music began at an early age when I used to rifle through my parents’ record collection, listening to everything from The Rolling Stones … Continue Reading
Portland Radio Project welcomes new volunteer, Jim Newman, to our growing team. Jim will be helping Luke Neill with the development of on-air promotions and cross-promotions for upcoming shows, as well as assisting with streaming technology (Alexa, Google Home,) and
How does one program promote dignity and self-reliance, prevent social isolation and support economically disadvantaged seniors? It’s starts with a friend at the door.
This week we’re digging into the archives to feature organization Store to Door as a part … Continue Reading
I was lucky.
I fell in love with reading from my perch on my mama’s lap long before I was enrolled in school.
Then I caught the word fever on my own, and devoured book after book, determined to read … Continue Reading
If Portland has a secret garden, it must be the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, which sounds like something out of a fairy tale, and rather looks like one, too.
It’s nestled alongside Eastmoreland Golf Course and Reed College and covers … Continue Reading
Dignity, autonomy, and quality of life for all – regardless of any disability – is the founding philosophy of the nonprofit Community Vision.
Founded in 1989 by Joe Wykowski, the organization works to offer individuals with disabilities similar quality … Continue Reading