KOIN’s Tim Becker reports from Sauvie Island, Oregon — where a floating saucer-like object has inspired some digging, and this “Life at Large” segment.
Wollrabe Family – The Family that Clowns Around – Cha Cha the clown and her family full of performers!
Swedish Cream – Makes 4-6 – Feb 4, 2013
Gabe and his sister Leticia are looking for a home.
Potato Leek Soup – Makes about 1 quart – Jan 28, 2013
Willa Asbjornsen has been working out at the Southwest Community Center since she was 88-years-old.
Cowboy Steak with Coffee Spiked Southwest Spice Rub and Salsa Rancheros – Jan 21, 2013
Keontae and Kemeatrous are featured in this week’s Wednesday’s Child.
Twice Baked Potatoes – Jan 14, 2013
Eleven-year-old Annie is looking for an adoptive home.
Maple X.O. is a shop in Southeast Portland that turns old skateboards into jewelry and other items.
Oregon woman owns well over 500 nutcrackers, a collection she started amassing 15 to 20 years ago. A wonderful array of them, the smallest being less than an inch, and the tallest, a six-footer that stands in her dining room. She invited Tim Becker to tell this story because she wants to share the sights and sounds of her collection with the world.
Kaylee is 13-years-old.
Angela and Angel are sisters looking for an adoptive home.
Who knew? Wooden Sunglasses, and they’re made right here in the Portland area. The company that makes them is “Shwood”, and the man behind the idea is Eric Singer. life at large – Experiment with Nature Wooden Sunglasses.
Is it a UFO? An old submarine? Whatever it is, it sure is odd-looking, and kind of creepy too! It’s been sitting under the trees off Collins beach on Sauvie Island north of Portland for years, and nobody’s quite sure how it got there. Life at Large – Suavie Island Mystery Ship
Portland’s Dayna Pinkham is among the best hatmakers in the world! She’s one of only four milliners in the U.S. showcased in a new book featuring 21 of the best hatmakers in the world. World Class Hats The Pinkham Millinery.
Fall is here and it’s a perfect time of year to visit the pumpkin patch with Jeff Gianola and Matt, a 12-year-old boy looking for an adoptive home. He is this week’s wednesday’s child.