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Arts & Culture
2:21 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

Oh Kay

The Shedd Theatricals presents the musical Oh, Kay! June 19th through the 29th in the Jaqua concert hall at the Shedd Institute. Cast members Madelyn Schwartz and Dylan Stasackdropped by the KLCC studio to talk with Michael Canning about the show.

  

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Arts & Culture
6:00 am
Fri June 13, 2014

Ordinary Days at OCT

The new musical "Ordinary Days" plays at Oregon Contemporary Theatre through June 29th. KLCC's Michael Canning talks with Director Craig Willis and Musical Director Nathan Alef.

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Cozmic
4:13 pm
Tue March 25, 2014

Linda Perhacs visits KLCC

Singer/Songwriter Linda Perhacs

Linda Perhacs recorded an album in 1970 called "Parallelograms". The album got some small notice back then, but Linda went back to her day job as a dental hygienist for about the next 40 years. In the meantime "Parallelograms" slowly developed a cult following, and because of that Linda has just released a new CD called "The soul of All Natural Things".  She visited the KLCC studio to spin a few tunes from her CD, and talk with KLCC arts reporter Eric Alan.

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Arts & Culture
7:15 am
Mon January 6, 2014

Destination DIY: Creative Focus Shifts With Diagnosis

Andrea Leggitt holds one of her laser cut mobiles in her work space at ADX in Portland.
Kris Regentin

Andrea Leggit cranks out clever mobiles and other laser cut goods for her company, saltyandsweet design. She didn't set out to start her own business, but her life and her creative focus changed when she got some unexpected news. That was shortly after she graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in industrial design. This story comes from Julie Sabatier, host of the public radio show, Destination DIY.

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Oregon Coast
9:43 am
Thu October 3, 2013

Astoria's New Renaissance

Astoria's Working Waterfront.
Credit Lisa Smith

Thirty years ago, many viewed Astoria, Oregon as a grim, drug-infested and alcohol-infused place, down on its luck following the exodus of the canneries and lumber mills that once populated its riverfront. Back then, most travelers to Oregon’s North Coast passed through town along Highway 30 without stopping.

But in recent years, increasing numbers do stop, including several dozen cruise ships each year. So what, exactly, has happened to transform this once-struggling community into a must-visit destination?

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