Features by John Sepulvado

The music industry's cassette comeback

Super fans are driving music purchases.
Posted In: Music, record labels, cassettes, vintage, News

In Context: The big business of high school sports

Should high school football games be televised?
Posted In: high school, Sports, Money, News

Portland's housing problem

Lizzie O’Leary talks with to Cameron Whitten, Community Advocate and Vivian Satterfield, Associate Director of OPAL in Portland, Oregon.
Posted In: Housing, Portland, race, News

My money story: Writer Joey Slamon

Money can't buy you love, but can it help show your love?
Posted In: my money story, family money, family, Opinion

Can the church recruit the young?

Francis is attracting a lot of attention to the Catholic church. But the church has a recruiting problem. A lot of its clergy its aging. Lizzie O’Leary speaks with a young clergy member.
Posted In: religion, pope, catholicism, Opinion

My money story: Why Chuck Eggert bought the farm

Farmer Chuck Eggert explains life on the farm.
Posted In: my money story, farming, Opinion

How LeBron James is changing how athletes are paid

More athletes are making their money off the court than on it.
Posted In: basketball, Sports, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, News
A man smokes marijuana

Colorado marijuana dispensaries have nowhere to put their money

Colorado pot dispensaries are making money, but banks won't accept their cash.
Posted In: marijuana, Banks, colorado, News
Bucket of ice

The cold truth about the ice business

How many bags of ice do you buy a year? Enough to make it a $2.5 billion industry, that's how much.
Posted In: ICE


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