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Northwest Wine Radio is a weekly, hour-long show featuring interviews with those part of the local wine industry. Winemakers, industry reps, chefs with great food pairings and recipe ideas — all these people telling the stories behind the bottle. We’ll also introduce you to the brewers, distillers, and cider makers of the region in this light-hearted show that makes wine and other craft beverages more approachable and fun!
 
It's called Green Beans, Mushroom Soup & Strawberry Ice Cream. What the hell does that even mean!? It means I can play whatever the f..k I want to... just like radio used to do when it was real. Before it was all politics. When it wasn't owned by record companies who forced it to do their bidding. Real radio.
 
Grit NW, is an interview based podcast where self-motivated people, just like you, come to learn from construction industry and organized labor professionals. Topics are varied, diverse, fast paced and focus on issues relevant to trades peoples lives and careers. Joe Cadwell, President of the Northwest Carpenters Union is the shows writer, producer and host. Grit NW is built to engage and energize it's listeners to stand up and take pride in their union. From workers rights to politics, appr ...
 
Confluence is a donor supported nonprofit that connects people to place through art and education. We work in collaboration with Northwest communities, tribes and celebrated artist Maya Lin to create reflective moments that can shape the future of the Columbia River system. We share stories of this river through six public art installations, educational programs, community engagement and a rich digital experience.
 
The Collide Church podcast is a collection of audio from our weekly message series taught by our Teaching Pastor, our Elder Team, and additional guest speakers. We are a multisite church with locations across northwest North Carolina with a mission to be a place where people and God collide.
 
From the 206 to the 253, the 360 to the 425 (and even a little bit of the 509), Kevin Diers is dedicated to showcasing the best that the Northwest has to offer each and every week. Since his early teenage years, Kevin has been scouring the dark, seedy underground venues of this fine state to find up-and-coming bands, and there’s no signs he’ll be emerging from those clubs anytime soon. Kevin is proud to represent the local music scene in one of the most important regions in rock n roll histo ...
 
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In this episode, Gary, Gary and Shawn discuss the Winter 4x4 Jamboree held at Sand Hollow OHV, Hurricane Utah. Hear about the trails he ran and carnage suffered. What to do for trail repairs and what happens with issues found when you get home. Per usual there is listener feedback and a Jeep of the week. Tune in to hear a fresh new episode of the N…
 
Award winning freelance journalist and podcaster Leah Sottile talks about her work writing about the anti-government and militia movements in the western states, which she has covered for many publications. She has also produced a podcast called "Bundyville" where she digs deeper into the topic. Shawn Vestal of The Spokesman-Review interviewed Sott…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 304] The idea is simple: Take a farm known for its delicious fruit, and turn it into a power for delicious grapes. Now, sprinkle in some European experience, then bottle, then cork. This week's guests share the stories of Del Rio Vineyards of Gold Hill, and Auclair Winery of Woodinville. Join host Brian Calvert for all this…
 
The book of Revelation begins with the apostle John seeing a vision of the glorified Christ that was so powerful he could not remain standing. Through this vision, Jesus gave John a message for the seven prominent churches of Asia Minor that he had a pastoral relationship with.Jesus had something specific to say to each of the seven churches in add…
 
Episode 100: Margaret Pinard; Co-founder of Jolabokalfod PDX & Historical Fiction Author. In This Episode, You’ll Hear: (Podcast run time 47 minutes) 1:24: Introduction to Margaret 3:24 : Margaret talks about genre 4:41 : Margaret shares her list of favorite authors 6:00 : Vikki & Margaret talk about research 7:26 : Margaret & vikki talk about the …
 
In today's episode I get a chance to be on the other side of the microphone when I am interviewed by Josh Zolin for his podcast Blue is the New White. Josh is the author of Blue is the New White - The Best Path to Success No One Told You About - Until Now Josh and I start off our conversation by discussing my background as a former navy diver, comm…
 
UPDATE, 4:12 pm : Adds information about the Sedro-Woolley School District. Bellevue Superintendent Ivan Duran says the district will continue with its plan to welcome about 770 second-graders back for in-person learning on Thursday, even though teachers may not show up.By Ashley Gross
 
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Aneelah Afzali, Founder and Executive Director of MAPS AMEN. Aneelah is a dear friend, someone I respect and …
 
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Traci Feit Love, Founder and Executive Director of Lawyers for Good Government. Traci is one of my personal h…
 
Today: NFIB For Indiana Director Barbara Quandt is on "Regionally Speaking" to give the latest on how Hoosier small businesses are coping in the pandemic, and on what state lawmakers are considering this session to help them survive. We revisit our conversation with Lake County Democratic Party chief Jim Weiser on the Jan. 30th caucus at the Hammon…
 
Happy beginning of the semester, NU! We're so glad to be back together again! On Mondays this semsester, we're going to be diving into the Gospel of Luke and Acts! We'll hear from our peers in the pulpit, as we journey to have a deeper relationship with God.Arianna Thomas is an Intercultural Studies major from Springfield, Missouri. She interns at …
 
Roll out of bed, turn on your laptop, wander to the kitchen to get food during class – online school during a pandemic is pretty different from regular school. And while some districts are in the process of bringing the youngest kids back to classrooms, the majority of older students will continue learning from home for the time being.…
 
Welcome to The Spotlight, On today’s show we meet Karen Dove, Executive Director for ANEW and Amesha Lawton of the Urban League. Both run programs in Washington State that provide assistance for our carpenter apprentices and those interested in becoming professional craftspeople in the building trades. We’ll start our conversation by learning what …
 
In today’s episode we discuss organized labor movements in America and why it is so important for UBC carpenters to develop and appreciate the storied history of our organization. Without knowing how we got to where we are, many may find it easy to undervalue the vast amount of blood, sweat and tears that were spilled in achieving the benefits we a…
 
Our church exists to be a place where people and God collide. But underneath the surface, you will find five Core Values that more narrowly outline the mission: Communicate the Gospel, Connect With God, Community With Others, Commitment to Serve, Continue to Grow. These statements are the driving force for all that we do (or don’t do) because, in t…
 
The Big Idea: Your actionable decisions flow from your deeply held beliefs.Exodus 33:12b-14Matthew 11:28-30John 14:25-27Psalm 23 - The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing!He leads me beside still waters, makes me lie down in green pastures, and restores my soul.Many Christians are making actionable decisions from a non-biblical set of core beliefsS…
 
Hundreds of elderly drivers put their cars in line way before dawn for the opening day of a first come, first serve drive-thru COVID vaccination clinic in Sequim, Washington. The scene provided a dramatic illustration of eagerness among many seniors to get the coveted shots. Hospitals in other medium-sized and smaller Washington communities that ha…
 
Kings Television analyst Doug Christie joins this week's pod to discuss this week's Blazers - Kings matchups, the improvement of both teams this season and the many great basketball players from the Seattle area. Plus Channing names the best backcourt in basketball and discusses the importance the NBA places on honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Day. …
 
We joke relentlessly about Stance culture on RCS, but we brought in the amazing man behind StanceWars, Mike Tolliver, to give us some real insight on the scene. Mike is easily one of the hardest working event promoters in the car business and Stance culture is easily the most controversial area of the car world, but guys like Mike are exactly why y…
 
More than a century ago, a Yakama Nation fisherman named Alec Towessnute was stopped while fishing near Prosser, and prosecuted for using a gaff hook, a traditional fishing method. He cited his treaty rights, and the county court dismissed the charges. But the state Supreme Court, in 1916, reinstated them, ignoring the treaty and using racist, deme…
 
US Donald Trump has been impeached for the second time, but now US officials are worried about more violence leading up to Joe Biden's inauguration. A Yellowknife company is trying out a wood pellet heating system, people are speaking out against the proposed Alaska to Alberta railway, and Gastown's milkshakes may bring more people to its yard in t…
 
Today: "Times" chief political reporter Dan Carden is on "Regionally Speaking" with an update on the stories from the 2021 General Assembly session that he's put out in print and online. Hoosier Environmental Council chief executive Jesse Kharbanda is also on the program with a look at what environmental bills the HEC is watching closely this sessi…
 
In this episode of the Confluence Podcast, Robin Wall Kimmerer asks the audience to consider what the earth asks of us and how we can do right by the land.Robin Wall Kimmerer is a mother, scientist, decorated professor, and enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. She is the author of Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Know…
 
Thanks for joining us for “The Daily Word” with Pastor Ben Dixon. Pastor Ben is the Director of Ignite Global Ministries and the Lead Pastor of Northwest Church in Federal Way, Washington. Ben has also authored two books: "Hearing God" and "Prophesy".Todays guest teacher: Pastor Scott Dungan.Watch the video version of today's podcast here: https://…
 
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