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Join the Dive podcast every Saturday as we quickly cover the week's headlines, and then dive deeper into the big stories of the week. Host Brianna Wheeler sits down with the paper's staff as well as the biggest names in Portland to discuss the city and the events that change lives. The Dive podcast by Willamette Week is the best way to stay up to date with Portland's news, sports, arts, and culture.
 
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Offbeat Oregon History podcast

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Offbeat Oregon History podcast

www.offbeatoregon.com (finn @ offbeatoregon.com)

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A daily (5-day-a-week) podcast feed of true Oregon stories -- of heroes and rascals, of shipwrecks and lost gold. Stories of shanghaied sailors and Skid Road bordellos and pirates and robbers and unsolved mysteries. An exploding whale, a couple shockingly scary cults, a 19th-century serial killer, several very naughty ladies, a handful of solid-brass con artists and some of the dumbest bad guys in the history of the universe. From the archives of the Offbeat Oregon History syndicated newspap ...
 
Obsessed with Wine is a weekly podcast hosted by California wine enthusiast, Wesley Cable. Wesley dreamed of being a winemaker in Napa Valley but since that didn't happen, Wesley created this podcast to pursue his passion for everything wine and winemaking. Each episode includes an interview with smart, talented, influential, people with a focus on their wine journey and the wines they are involved in every day. We taste and talk about amazing wines from all over the world. You can find an O ...
 
Sometimes the best part of a golf round is the conversations that happen in between shots. Whether the golf is great or garbage, you can always count on trash talk, unsolicited advice and funny stories. Two regular family guys with regular golf games keep those good times alive in this fun, laid back weekly podcast. Join along as Mike and Donovan banter about improving their golf game while balancing family and whatever else life throws their way. Hopefully their unsolicited advice and trash ...
 
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Decanted Wine Podcast

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Decanted Wine Podcast

Dave Adams and Sandra Everingham, WSET level 2 graduates

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Join wannabe-wine-snobs Sandi and Dave for fun, light-hearted yet informative discussions about wine tasting, wine travel, wine education, winemakers and wine events! Broadcasting from the second largest wine producer in the United States, Washington State (and beyond)! Then go deep into the world of wine with in-depth storytelling and interview segments with wine industry professionals. Let's Decant this!
 
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This week we talked with Shelby Murtha, Oregon, Account Manager from CaptionCall. She discussed CaptionCall phones that are optimized for individuals with hearing loss. They use voice-to-text technology, assisted by captioning agents and automated speech recognition, to transcribe your conversation so that other speakers’ words appear on your Capti…
 
On this week's episode of the Dive, host Brianna Wheeler welcomes Kick Ass Oregon History's Doug Kenck-Crispin to discuss his contribution to this week's Weird Summer Tales cover package, Cave of Wonders, an examination of a centuries old shipwreck whose beeswax has been washing up on Oregon shores for generations, and whose most recent discovery m…
 
The RMR Podcast: Music, Cannabis, and Marketing On this episode of the RMR Podcast, Mitch talks with Brice Sherman and Derek Panter from Willamette Valley Alchemy. Willamette Valley Alchemy was established in 2015 and is one of the premier concentrate companies in the Oregon cannabis market. Brice is one of the owners and Derek is the sales manager…
 
A Linn County case with a strong element of self-defense, and a Malheur County child-abuse travesty that ended with a shotgun blast, were called Unwritten Law triumphs in the newspapers — but there were differences. (Linn and Malheur County; 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1509d.powell-n-brown-UnLaw.html)…
 
Despite the best efforts of an overzealous federal marshal, the whole episode ended in nothing more than a stern lecture from the bench for 424 unemployed members of “Coxey's Army,” who tried to “borrow” an eastbound train. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1890s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1309b-coxeys-armys-march-on-washingto…
 
The RMR Podcast: Music, Cannabis, and Marketing On this episode of the RMR Podcast, Mitch talks with Steve Morigi of Olio. Steve is the Brand Product and Process Manager at Olio. Olio is one the leading cannabis concentrate companies in Colorado with roots dating back to 2012. They currently manufacture edibles, BHO concentrates, solventless rosin,…
 
The RMR Podcast: Music, Cannabis, and Marketing On this episode of the RMR Podcast, Mitch talks with Umi, M1 (of Dead Prez), and John Monopoly from Urban Aroma. Urban Aroma is a new platform helping consumers find cannabis and culture on the East Coast, specifically in New York and Washington DC. Today we talk with cultural icons, artists, and entr…
 
The “good guy” was a petty swindler. The “wronged woman” was a prostitute and bigamist. And the “innocent victim” was a serial philanderer. By the time the “bad guy” was caught, Portland just wanted to forget the whole thing. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1509c.bradley-gittings-part2-UnLaw-…
 
What started out looking like a clean-cut morality play, with a hero, a villain, an innocent victim and a bereaved widow, quickly turned into a tale of remarkable sordidness as the truth slowly emerged. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1509b.bradley-gittings-part1-UnLaw-356.html)…
 
This week we talked with Mike Struder PT, and Former President of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates. He discussed the effects of exercise on Parkinson’s disease. Mike shared his knowledge of the impact of exercise on Parkinson's Disease and how it can be "disease-modifying". Physical therapists prescribe complete plans that are individualized to …
 
On this weeks episode the Dive, host Brianna Wheeler welcomes back Sophie Peel to discuss her cover story, an examination of the structural failures that led to the closing of the high risk, low income, senior assisted-living facility, the Taft Home. News highlights this week include a potential diesel free Portland, Mayor Wheeler’s gun control ini…
 
Dead in the water and drifting toward Peacock Spit in a gale, passengers and crew of the steam schooner Washington thought they were goners. But then out of the mist and spray came Buck Bailey's tugboat ... (Columbia River Bar, Clatsop County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1510c.tatoosh-rescues-steam-schooner.361.html)…
 
The RMR Podcast: Music, Cannabis, and Marketing On this episode of the RMR Podcast, Mitch talks with Scott Mckinley and Chris Crayzie of The Dab Roast. For this special North American Weed Tour oil month episode, we got to speak with some of the kings of 710. The Dab Roast is a show where celebrities take 10 dabs and answer 10 questions. This uniqu…
 
The RMR Podcast: Music, Cannabis, and Marketing On this episode of the RMR Podcast, Mitch talks with Ian Rumpp and Reece Hack of Tella Digital. Ian is the Chief Operating Officer and Reece is the National Sales Director at Tella Digital. Tella provides full service, online, and on-premise digital experience solutions, custom designed to connect bus…
 
The RMR Podcast: Music, Cannabis, and Marketing On this episode of the RMR Podcast, Mitch talks with entrepreneur Kenny Pleasant of the newly opened Pleasant Trees dispensary in Everett, WA. Kenny is a long-time entrepreneur and investor who's made a name for himself in the real estate industry. He's spent the last few years learning the cannabis i…
 
The RMR Podcast: Music, Cannabis, and Marketing On this episode of the RMR Podcast, Mitch talks with the legend Warren Bobrow of Klaus. Klaus produces ready-to-drink THC-infused cocktails by famed master mixologist Warren Bobrow. Their 10mg drinks are great out of the can and even better as the base for a cocktail. Whether you have experience and w…
 
Fourth-grader Dorothy Anne Hobson decided her tiny timber town needed a newspaper, so she launched the Valsetz Star. Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover and Shirley Temple were among her subscribers. (Valsetz, Polk County; 1930s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1309a-valsetz-star-and-dorothy-hobson.html)…
 
Portlanders tolerated three years of strident calls for revolution and regime change, but when The Firebrand started saying mean things about marriage, the gloves were off. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1890s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1803c.firebrand-newspaper-shut-down-for-smut-487.html)…
 
After injuries to her knee, ankle and heart, she needed to get away from show business and from an ex-boyfriend. So she retreated to the high desert near Brothers, and became a homesteader ... and, of course, looked fabulous doing it. (Brothers, Deschutes County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1108b-vaudeville-legend-k…
 
John Bowlsby stalked his wife's paramour from North Bend to Portland, a heavy .44 revolver in his pocket. He caught up with him on a steamboat in Astoria, stealthily shot him from the shadows, and a few months later walked free. (Astoria, Clatsop County; 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1509a.bowlsby-jennings-UnLaw-355.ht…
 
This week we talked with Mike Struder PT, and Former President of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates. He discussed the effects of exercise on Parkinson’s disease. Mike shared his knowledge of the impact of exercise on Parkinson's Disease and how it can be "disease-modifying". Physical therapists prescribe complete plans that are individualized to …
 
For this week's episode of the Dive, Host Brianna Wheeler chats with staff photographer Brian Burk about his cover story, Native Soil, a photo essay that followed the staff of the Youth Conservation Crew as they managed the native plants garden at Northeast Portland's Cully Park. Check out a "soundwalk" about the historical significance of Cully Pa…
 
For the final episode of season #1 of the Obsessed with Wine podcast, I welcome Quixote Winemaker Robert Smith to the show to talk about the history behind this unique winery and his amazing journey from working as a cellar intern and then going right into winemaking. Robert and I also discuss the amazing wines they are making at Quixote including …
 
Imagine you're a gold prospector from the Willamette Valley, on your way to the California gold fields in the first year of the 1848 gold rush. You’re a little late to the party, and you’ve chosen to try to reach the gold fields in a somewhat unusual way: By going over the Coast Range to the beach, and traveling south along the coast.As you make yo…
 
These three desperados couldn't seem to catch a break. First they robbed the wrong train; then it turned out to contain a dangerously competent lawman behind a big six-shooter; and finally, someone stole their getaway car. (Meacham, Umatilla County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1309c-meadors-gang-train-robbery.html)…
 
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