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Removal Of Willamette Forest Rockslide Expected To Be Completed Monday

Crews are nearly finished removing a rockslide off a forest service road in the Willamette National Forest east of Eugene.

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Meet The Monks Of The Columbia River Gorge

A small house and a few huts sit at the end of a potholed gravel road in the Columbia River Gorge. Trails wind through the forest past trees and rocks covered in electric green moss. Mountain bikers occasionally zoom up and down the forested trails. A ranching family lives next-door. Serene and secluded, this place is unfathomably quiet. Its perfect for the forest-dwelling Buddhist monks who call it home. Their hermitage is far enough removed for the monks to practice in solitude. But...

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A day after his much-criticized news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump continues to be on the receiving end of criticism from both sides of the aisle for his remarks that he didn't see "any reason" why Russia was responsible for hacking the 2016 election, as U.S. intelligence agencies have found.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., told reporters Tuesday that Russia "did meddle with our elections," and said he would consider further sanctions against Moscow.

Meet The Monks Of The Columbia River Gorge

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A small house and a few huts sit at the end of a potholed gravel road in the Columbia River Gorge. Trails wind through the forest past trees and rocks covered in electric green moss.

Mountain bikers occasionally zoom up and down the forested trails. A ranching family lives next-door.

Serene and secluded, this place is unfathomably quiet.

It’s perfect for the forest-dwelling Buddhist monks who call it home. Their hermitage is far enough removed for the monks to practice in solitude.

Gov. Kate Brown will recognize two prominent Oregon poets Tuesday at a ceremony in East Portland. Outgoing poet laureate Elizabeth Woody of Warm Springs is passing the baton this summer to Portland writer Kim Stafford.

Woody, whose first language was Navajo, is the author of several collections of poetry, including “Hand Into Stone." She told OPB in 2016 that she began writing poetry late in her high school years in Madras.

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More than 400 years after Galileo Galilei discovered the first of Jupiter's moons, astronomers have found a dozen more — including one they've dubbed "oddball" — orbiting the planet. That brings the total number of Jovian moons to 79.

I'm thrilled to have two new songs from one of our greatest living guitarists and songwriters, Richard Thompson. His just-announced 19th solo album, 13 Rivers, still finds him brimming with bursts of guitar magic and storytelling. It's a trademark sound that has been incredibly influential since the days when he electrified British folk music in the 1960s as part of Fairport Convention and, later, some of the most brilliant records of the 1970s with his wife at the time Linda Thompson.

Fans of early Talking Heads albums, listen up. This group of teenagers from Brisbane could be your favorite new band. The Goon Sax frontman Louis Forster sings with a David Byrne-like delivery when he says the line that won me over, to his tenuous lover: "Let's get nervous in your room again." That's the moment I turned up the volume.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

What better place to see “The Book of Will” than at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Allen Elizabethan Theatre?

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