Do you have what it takes...... to vend????? Are you bazaar enough? Do you like.......fun? We shout from the rooftops inviting our town's popsicle salesmen, book publishers, vintage sellers, pop-up shop poppers, jewelry makers, artists, ceramicists, zinesters, vinyl dealers, etc... Continue Reading →
XRAY's Will Romey talks with Tony di Blasi about touring with the Avalanches, the state of crate digging, sampling, and when the next album comes out. You can catch the Avalanches on Wednesday, July 12th at the Crystal Ballroom!
July 10th, 2017: Jefferson: You're listening to XRAY. I'm Jefferson Smith. Joining us now, Senator Laurie Monnes Anderson here to discuss results from the 2017 legislative session. Welcome to the show. Good morning Senator. Senator Monnes Anderson: Good morning Jeff.... Continue Reading →
Bonjour, XRAY Friends! Time for a quick recap of the week! I'm gonna do something a little different this week, because our show was a little different this week. Instead of of telling you about the whole entire weeklong week,... Continue Reading →
To commemorate Juneteenth and address the persistent rise in racism and white supremacy, XRAY partnered with APANO to organize a teach-in led by leaders of color in the Portland community. Titled We Interrupt Hate, the teach-in covered topics from the... Continue Reading →
It’s Friday again! Welcome to Episode 7 of In Case You Missed It! Get ready for another guided tour of the best stuff that happened on XRAY In The Morning this week. Here we go. On Monday, we heard from... Continue Reading →
Fancy The Dandy Warhols? If you like them, (yeah you like them), if you're feeling so bohemian like them, then take note: Dandys will play TWO intimate, "acoustic-ish" shows this Sunday, June 11th at the Star Theater with a portion... Continue Reading →
Happy Friday, Portlanders. A week happened! Here’s how! We started off the week with Ethan Seltzer, Professor of Urban Studies and Planning at Portland State University, and Lenny Dee, Board Director of 350PDX. We discussed Portland’s growth boundaries and affordable... Continue Reading →