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Pacific Northwest Stories

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The Black Tapes is a weekly podcast from the creators of Pacific Northwest Stories, and is hosted by Alex Reagan. The Black Tapes Podcast is a serialized docudrama about one journalist's search for truth, her subject's mysterious past, and the literal and figurative ghosts that haunt them both. Do you believe?
 
"THE WILD with Chris Morgan" explores how nature survives and thrives alongside (and often despite) humans. Taking listeners across the Pacific Northwest and around the world, host Chris Morgan explores wildlife and the complex web of ecosystems they inhabit. He also tells the stories of people working in and protecting the wild around us.
 
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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 ...
 
Remember those arcade games you played as a kid? They are still out there. Come with us and we will tell you all about what it is like to find, restore, maintain and play these old games. Interested in acquiring games and starting a collection or just hearing some stories and reminiscing about the arcades and games of the past? This is the podcast you've been looking for.
 
We're just your average couple, living normal lives, who happen to be obsessed with everything related to true crime. Shortly after relocating to the great Pacific Northwest, we realized there were stories upon gruesome stories to be told from this region. And we want nothing more than to share them with you. So come join us every first and third Friday of the month as we take a deep look into the dark and twisted. It isn't for the feint of heart, but we promise it will be worth it. ​And rem ...
 
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Town Talk Podcast

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Town Talk Podcast

Town Talk Podcast on YouTube

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Based in the Pacific NorthWest, Town Talk explores a wide range of topics young and old adults will enjoy. We are the Leon Hendrix Family, we make music, create community events and tell our stories on Town Talk. We love music as we will discuss artists from rock & roll to hip-hop. We are also big Seattle sports fanatics and will discuss sports News. Here at Town Talk we invite everyone to experience the Seattle Rain.
 
Ten years after a cataclysmic earthquake and tsunami devastates the Pacific Northwest, a new ocean floor reveals itself along the infamous Casacadia Subduction Zone. When philanthropic billionaire, Wesley Badger falls unfit to go on a deep sea expedition to explore the new area, rookie captain, Declan Walters must step up and pilot The Alexandria Submarine through the uncharted Pacific abyss. Fellow crewmembers are reluctant to trust their new captain, especially after a routine dive does no ...
 
From the great Pacific Northwest, Christian Life Coach, Zenobia Bailey brings her listeners scripture passages and other readings with the purpose of exhorting and encouraging all. She invites you to come aside for a few minutes; to exhale and be refreshed. Topics include love, joy, peace, friendship, marriage, singleness, reconciliation, finances, loss, grief, celebrations, thoughtsmanship, planning, time management, prioritization, and so much more.
 
Out of the kitchen and into the studio hear real life experiences of Chefs, Restaurant Owners and Culinary Artists. Sit at the Chef's table and experience stories, secret sauces, signature dishes and kitchen disasters. Special thanks to Biggerideas.com for the creative design and to Steve Olson for an inspiring cover song.
 
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Timber Wars

Oregon Public Broadcasting

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It’s the 1990s in the Pacific Northwest. A march of chainsaws clear-cuts the country’s last available ancient forests. Protesters bury themselves in front of bulldozers and spend months sitting in the tallest trees in the world. And at the center, the northern spotted owl becomes the most controversial bird in the country. The "Timber Wars" podcast tells the story of how this conflict reshaped the Northwest and the nation as a whole, and transformed the way we see—and fight over—the natural ...
 
Join Jeremiah Byron every Saturday as he uncovers the stories behind the people who make the wonderfully weird and unexplained their life's work. We love chatting about cryptids and creatures that defy logic but that won't stop us from having people show up in the interview hot seat that might not be who you would normally expect. Subscribe today to not miss out on any of the fun!
 
Join us if you will, in a small Pacific Northwest town, Kollok, in 1991. This is not a real town, you won't find it on any maps, no pictures of it's beautiful landscape, no stories in your history books. It's real to us. Hop on, your chauffeur awaits passenger, to take you wherever it is you want to go. Kollok 1991 airs live on Monday nights on twitch.tv/hyperrpg, the entire production is produced live with audience feedback built into the show. Featuring: Strawburry17, Black Nerd Comedy, Sh ...
 
Lyric and Fingers are both sex maniacs. This sexy duo explore all kind of sexual topics and taboos ... nothing is off limits. They bounce ideas and experiences off each other like rubber bands, add nipple clamps and ropes and you've got a party. Lyric's bedtime stories are hot and steamy, guests drop in from time to time to hang out, contests, quizzes.. no judgment, just tips for you to explore. Open up your mind and leave your inhibitions behind.
 
Telling the stories of the cannabis industry as we move into the roaring '20s. Hosted by industry leaders and subject matter experts throughout multiple industry verticals, this podcast explores pertinent cannabis news, industry innovation, legislation, investment opportunities, international perspectives, environment sustainability, agriculture, and economics.
 
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Filling the Gap

North Pacific Union of Seventh-day Adventists

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Welcome to Filling the Gap. Discover the gaps within through personal stories exploring topics few have courage to address. Filling the Gap tells the stories of gaps in life and seeks paths to wholeness and community. Filling the Gap is produced by the North Pacific Union of Seventh-day Adventists.
 
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Throw'm In The Puget Productions

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150 years ago, the S.S. Cumberland disappeared in the Pacific Northwest. A lifeboat from the ship with four skeletons inside just mysteriously showed up in Marrow Passage. Reporter Daisy Bonham attempts to solve the mystery and find out what other secrets are lurking just below the surface.
 
This is not your average beer show. You won't find consistent beer reviews or the latest opinion gossip about the industry. The Cascadian Beer Podcast is about the people behind the local breweries in the Pacific Northwest. Each episode is dedicated to a single brewery; we profile their history, how they started and their place in the local community. Cascadia is a bio-region in the Pacific Northwest which is made up of the US States of Washington & Oregon, as well as the Canadian province o ...
 
Audio Drama set in Astoria, Oregon starting in 1937. Exploring time and space in the Wildest Town in the West, where places are not where they appear to be and people are not always the same person you think they are. Follow our scientists, TA DeWalt & Anderson Gustafson, as they wrestle with reality and truth in this rugged American outpost. What will they discover? What is the voice in their heads? Who is Sister Rachel? Why are portals to parallel universes appearing in a meadow in Melvill ...
 
Follow the adventures of two idiots living and podcasting from an old worn down bunker somewhere in the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy sitting around a campfire and listening to funny tales and scary stories? Then this podcast if for you! So, if you don't have a stick up your ass, and you're messed up in the head like the rest of us. Come join us for a little fun.
 
PS: The Puget Sound Podcast highlights stories and experiences from students and faculty at University of Puget Sound, a national liberal arts college in Tacoma, Washington. Hosted by Elena Becker '17, prospective students and future Loggers are invited to listen and learn what it's like to live, learn, and reach new heights in the Pacific Northwest.
 
PillowVoices: Dance Through Time brings listeners closer to notable dance artists connected with Jacob's Pillow, from 1933 to today. Each piece exemplifies Jacob's Pillow's mission to 'support dance creation, presentation, education, and preservation; and to engage and deepen public appreciation and support for dance' by utilizing archival recordings brought to life in the personal stories and narration of current thought-leaders and scholars. Jacob's Pillow, lauded by The New York Times as ...
 
A podcast dedicated to demystifying Venture Capital. Nick Moran interviews the VC and Angel investor experts on how they find, evaluate and select the next generation of great technology startups.
 
Sentient Planet showcases the animals with whom we share the Earth and the humans dedicated to their urgent defense and preservation. Join host-creator Susan Woodward to explore species and examine the concept of sentience and what it means for our collective future. Guest interviews and long-form stories from the field are included every season. And we always provide campaign actions you can contribute towards a more just and harmonious planet for all living beings in this time of climate c ...
 
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Stand-up comedy is in the midst of a cultural resurgence – with new specials available seemingly on every streaming service on a weekly basis. A new book from a Portland author goes deep on the trail blazing women who burst onto the scene, grabbed the mic and changed the medium for the better. On the latest episode of Beat Check with The Oregonian,…
 
#128 Join me as I talk with the team from Liminal Earth about how to find the weird in your area and some extremely regional Pacific Northwest cryptids. (from the website liminal.earth) Liminal Earth (originally Liminal Seattle) was started by Garrett Kelly, co-founder of Hollow Earth Radio, and Jeremy Puma, local Seattle author and animist. In 201…
 
IN THE DECADES before the First World War, an organization called Chautauqua arose that was something like a summer camp for grown-ups.People would take vacation time and travel to the Chautauqua center and stay there in tents, either brought from home or rented on site, for a week, or two weeks, or even longer. There, they’d take classes, attend l…
 
Hear from Lauren Allee, owner of PNW Weddings LLC. "PNW Weddings LLC is a digital magazine and website providing information and inspiration to couples planning their wedding celebrations in the Pacific Northwest. With a focus on elevating nontraditional options, PNW Weddings will be a resource for everyone. By collaborating with local wedding prof…
 
After finding a battered lifeboat washed up on shore from a fatal shipwreck, Joel Munson made it his life's mission to use it to start a life-saving service. Today, his creation soldiers on, as part of the U.S. Coast Guard. (Columbia River Bar, Clatsop County; 1860s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1106c-joel-munson-founded-li…
 
On this special segment of The Full Ratchet, the following Investors are featured: Yanev Suissa, Ruth Foxe Blader, and Parker Barrile. Each investor describes the most unusual situation or pitch that they've encountered as an investor. Did you miss our guests full length episodes? For all great episodes, go to The Full Ratchet blog and catch up! Al…
 
Even today, after 135 years, the lawless era of vigilantes and rustlers and six-gun justice meted out by “Judge Lynch” is evoked by the words on an old Klamath Falls tombstone: “Murdered by Masked Assassins, June 24, 1882.” (Linkville (Klamath Falls), Klamath County; 1880s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1609d.calavan-laws-feu…
 
“It's as if the Indigenous peoples were holding the whole planet. And the time will come when if you don't come with us for this fight, we won't be able to do it alone.” – Nara Baré In this episode of Seedcast, meet Nara Baré, member of the Baré Nation. Nara's story is one of empowerment through knowledge. She shares how her educational pursuits, i…
 
Welcome to a very special episode this week! Brought to you by… well, YOU! We’re SO excited to read some of the stories you creepy people have sent to us, that we just can’t use enough exclamation points!!! We have a variety of encounters including crime scenes that are a little too close for comfort, a murder closest, possible demons, kitty cats, …
 
I’ve thought about this stuff a lot as I listen to the northern flicker woodpecker tapping noisily away on the rain gutter outside my bedroom window. And not just rain gutters of course. Woodpeckers will peck at a tree up to 12,000 times a day and just one woodpecker peck produces about 15 times the force needed to give a human a concussion. So, ho…
 
The pilot got so caught up in trying to figure out what was wrong with the landing gear, the plane ran out of fuel — while the flight crew bit their tongues for fear of being insubordinate. A new crew management system was the response. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1970s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1712d.united-flight-173-…
 
The Portland metro is in the midst of an ongoing gun violence crisis – and homicides are already on pace to eclipse last year’s record in the city. But there’s another crisis that claimed more lives in Portland and Multnomah county last year that doesn’t get as much attention: fentanyl overdoses. On the latest episode of Beat Check with The Oregoni…
 
Miriam Rivera of Ulu Ventures joins Nick to discuss 11 Unicorns from Seed, Quantitative Decision-Models for Selecting Investments, Thoughts on Male vs. Female Founders & Investors, and Lessons from Larry and Sergey in the Early Days of Google. In this episode we cover: Lessons from the Early Days of Google Quantitative Decision Making in VC Male vs…
 
In part two we field questions from Voice4Chefs listeners on baking. Chef Victoria explains how she is coping with the pandemic. And take a deeper look at Victoria's passion for sourdough and the Canterbury Baking School. In 2014 Victoria decided to share her passion for food with others and open The Canterbury Baking School where she teaches every…
 
#127 Joshua Cutchin is an accomplished writer, most known for co-writing the 2 volume set “Where the Footprints End". He is also a composer and tuba player based out of Atlanta, Georgia. He’s also been on Ancient Aliens, Coast to Coast AM and many others. Episode Resources: Website: https://www.joshuacutchin.com Books: (Affiliate links) Where the F…
 
In part I we'll explore with Chef and owner Victoria Feldman. The top things to do in Canterbury, England. What led her to opening a healthy baking cooking school and what it's like to be a student at Victoria's school. In 2014 Victoria decided to share her passion for food with others and open The Canterbury Baking School where she teaches everyon…
 
Mother's Day 2022 is upon us. This week's segment is a wonderful reflection of mothers of past centuries. We will not only remember them but our very own Matriarchs. Thank you, Sharon Betters! I toast you as a matriarch of many women, including me. Just know that your fingerprints helped to mold me. Happy Mother's Day to mothers, guardians, and oth…
 
On any list of Oregon “firsts,” there’s one name that almost never pops up - Dr. Adaline M. Weed. Which is understandable, because although Dr. Weed was the first female physician in the Oregon Territory, she was not a “regular” doctor – she was a hydropathist, a practitioner of “water cure.” Maybe that's why, today, when asked who the Oregon Terri…
 
Olympic gold medalist and OSU legend Robin Reed might have been the best wrestler of all time; throughout his 20-plus-year career he was never once pinned. But his plan for the "Delake Rod and Gun Club" was more than he could pull off. (Lincoln City, Lincoln County; 1930s, 1940s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1106b-robin-ree…
 
On this special segment of The Full Ratchet, the following Investors are featured: Tony Wilkins, Manan Mehta, and Maryanna Saenko. Each investor discusses a portfolio company that did not survive and why it was that they failed. Did you miss our guests full length episodes? For all great episodes, go to The Full Ratchet blog and catch up! Also, fol…
 
He couldn't claim all the credit for it, although he sometimes tried; and his attitude toward Native Americans was unfortunate. But those who love Crater Lake, in large part, have William Gladstone Steel to thank for it. (Crater Lake, Klamath County; 1880s, 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1609cT.crater-lake-will-steel-40…
 
The old Portland shanghai scene's 'original gangster' was a mysterious character. Did he really inherit a huge fortune? If not, where did the money come from? Stagecoach robbery? Piracy on the high seas? Anything was possible with this guy .... (Multnomah and Clatsop County; 1870s, 1890s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1212c-j…
 
In this episode Caitlyn tackles another corporate scandal. You may remember the ghost cattle from our holiday collaboration in Episode 34: A Witchy Whimsical Winter Special with A Nefarious Nightmare. Go listen to it right after this if you haven’t already! But back to our current case - you’ve probably been hearing a lot about it lately with the r…
 
In this episode we get an earful from listeners about our new format, talk about the state of the hobby, talk about upcoming shows and give you our game room updates. We also throw in a healthy dose of shit talk on repro games and Arcade 1ups. Enjoy! If you would like to connect with us, you can do so via Twitter, Instagram, Email or, call us, at 5…
 
West Coast Airlines Flight 956 was a brand-new DC-9; the airline literally bought it on Monday and crashed it on Saturday. It hit a mountain while flying calmly along, 5,000 feet too low. But, no one has been able to figure out why. (Welches, Clackamas County; 1960s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1712c.oregons-worst-plane-cra…
 
It’s election time again and this year Oregonians have a ton on their minds – and not all of it is positive. How will that affect the Democrats who hold power in the governor’s mansion and beyond? On the latest episode of Beat Check with The Oregonian, we chat with politics reporters Hillary Borrud and Chris Lehman. Chris and Hillary break down som…
 
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Leon Hendrix is in town so you know he had to visit Town Talk! He joins multiple shows on his visit to Seattle, more on our youtube channel! Leon talks about his new band he created, and their upcoming European tour. We end on discussing how we can connect hip-hop and rock 'n roll musically. Our host J-Skip's 27th birthday is April 29th and we are …
 
#126 Jordan Heath is a writer, musician, artist, and amateur historian. He’s the co-host of Campfire: Tales of the Strange and Unsettling and a contributing writer at Paranormality Magazine. A husband and father of five from Indiana, this bonafide enthusiast of all things bizarre is on a personal quest to revel in the mysteries found in the blurry …
 
Pillow Scholar Jennifer Edwards considers the imprint left by Martha Graham at Jacob's Pillow, with reflections from those she impacted, the work of Richard Move, and the words of Graham herself.By Martha Graham, Richard Move, Paul Taylor, Jennifer Edwards, Ted Shawn, Janet Eilber, Liz Thompson, Kitty Dukakis, Maura Keefe, Suzanne Carbonneau, Debra Cash
 
Today, our encounter with Destiny and Destination continues. "As long as we live in this world, we are prone to look down. The rhythm of Sabbath and daily worship recalibrates our minds and hearts in the present moment to remember our destiny and destination while waiting for our blessed hope,the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior J…
 
ESPECIALLY IN THE LATE 1800s, the Oregon frontier was no stranger to acts of judicial lynching – where the local legal system was corrupted to provide cover for murder. What’s more unusual, though, was an 1852 event that amounted to judicial cattle rustling. The cattle that the Benton County courts rustled belonged to a woman named Letitia Carson, …
 
Governor Charles Henry “Iron Pants” Martin may have saved the world from a Nazi nuclear holocaust by outplaying President Roosevelt, essentially forcing him to finance a hydroelectric dam that he thought was superfluous. (Bonneville, Multnomah County; 1930s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1609a.bonneville-wins-ww2-407.html)…
 
On this special segment of The Full Ratchet, the following Investors are featured: Victor Pascucci, Jonathan Lehr, and Marcelino Pantoja. Each investor illustrates a critical lesson learned about startup investing and how it's changed their approach. Did you miss our guests full length episodes? For all great episodes, go to The Full Ratchet blog a…
 
As the fishery collapsed, canneries on the upper river near Cascade Locks and gillnet fishermen on the lower river near Astoria blamed one another; both were right, but the biggest culprit was Grand Coulee Dam. (Clatsop, Columbia, Multnomah, Hood River, Wasco County; 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1609b.fish-wheels-and-…
 
El pueblo Achuar vive en los bosques tropicales de la Amazonía Ecuatoriana y es guardián de terreno que contiene parte de la biodiversidad más rica del mundo. Dependen en gran medida del transporte fluvial, y en años más recientes, los Achuar han comenzado una misión para reducir su uso de barcos con motores de gas hacia algo menos dañino para el a…
 
Like the hero of an 1800s “cautionary tale,” 17-year-old Joseph Swards stepped off the ship, fell in with bad company, got caught up in a robbery that went horribly wrong — and in the end was lucky he wasn't hanged. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1870s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1212b-young-adventurers-visit-to-portland-end…
 
We're back to the spooky & kooky this week with special guest, Cody (Caitlyn's much taller brother). We even gave him his very own mic this time! First, we'll start off by discussing a fun, weird museum in downtown Portland, Oregon - The Freakybuttrue Peculiarium!!! Then... do you smell that? That's Cannon Beach's local urban legend, Bandage Man! W…
 
Join me among the crashing waves of the Pacific Northwest coast in Washington State. This unique wildlife story starts, not there, but with a nuclear explosion, literally. During the late 60s and early 70s, three atomic weapons were tested on Amchitka Island in a remote part of Alaska. The blast registered a 7.0 on the Richter scale. over 10,000 fi…
 
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