Entries by Sheila Hamilton

I can’t erase the past. I learned so much from it.

Our daughter celebrates her birthday each June. I can’t help but measure her birthdays with an equal sense of apprehension and elation. She’s a teenager now, and still no sign of the brooding, the polarity, the darkness that descended on David like Portland’s thick gray clouds in January, refusing to budge. Yes, she has his […]

Ross Szabo: Mental health from middle school to launch

Ross Szabo is one of the world’s most passionate speakers about mental health and the need for young people to begin recognizing and managing their emotions early. Ross will be visiting Portland in mid-May and is going to be a featured speaker at a fundraiser for the Flawless Foundation, an organization advocating for people with […]

Extraordinary hope for people suffering from psychosis

Identifying mental illness early means less recovery time, fewer visits to the emergency room, less homelessness and more productive lives for people living well with a brain disease. Half of all mental illness has its start before age 14. Now, an innovative program seeks to provide intervention and services before psychosis sets in. Here’s more […]

The Freshwater Trust

The Freshwater Trust is an Oregon based environmental non profit that works to fix every river. Find Freshwater Talk on iTunes. Here’s a conversation with Joe Whitworth, President of The Freshwater Trust.

Chuck Palahniuk Interview

Legendary Portland author, Chuck Palahniuk and Sheila talk about everything from the Fight Club flop, his latest book, Beautiful You —and his undying love for Billy Idol. Photo Credit: Neilson Barnard via Getty Images

Author Ryan White talks Springsteen album by album

This year, believe it or not, marks the 30th anniversary of Born in the U.S.A. which was first released in June of 1984. From the moment Bruce Springsteen first delivered Greetings from Asbury Park in 1973 to Born to Run to Wrecking Ball and this year’s High Hopes, Springsteen and his E Street Band have […]