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"The Echo Theater, an old silent movie house in Portland, OR, is home to a non-profit arts and education organization called the Echo Theater Company. ETC is a performing arts school with a focus on circus arts, collaboration and inclusivity. Through interviews, soundscapes, rap and reportage, listeners learn about the history and philosophy of this unique organization,and what it has to teach us about each other and ourselves."
 
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John and Katie are back with Part II of their container gardening segment. This week, they’re diving just a little deeper with a few ideas on how to best select your first container plants—with a focus on fruits, veggies, and herbs. People aren’t born with green thumbs, they have to grow them. Join hosts John and Katie as they explore all things pl…
 
Episode 7: “The Brains” All successful not-for-profits need leadership. In this episode we hear from the Executive Director and Office Manager for ETC about the nature of leadership, unknown responsibilities these jobs entail, and how a background in arts as well as communications and math help support the ongoing success of an arts non-profit. Rec…
 
This episode features a conversation between Aaron and Improvisation teacher Phil Incorvia that reveals how improvisation works, and what kind of impact an improviser’s mindset has on a wide range of disciplines, including music, diplomacy, parenting, leadership, and coexistence. This episode features cello music by Collin Oldham as well as tap dan…
 
Brent Braun, wine director and partner at OK Omens and Castagna restaurants in Portland, introduces us to his quirky new wine label, Post Familiar. We talk about how his label is different, his experimental collaborations with winemakers, having fun with smoke taint and what to do with most boring grape in the world.…
 
In this episode, Martin and Mallory’s guest is Corey Schuster, the one-man show behind the Jackalope wine label. Full of grit, quirkiness and refreshing honesty, Corey reveals all about the heart behind Jackalope, the grayness of low-intervention winemaking, the compromises that are necessary in the cellar, how accidents can turn to inspiration, an…
 
Your hosts Martin & Mallory meet up each week to discuss wines, wine culture, and chat with amazing guests from the wine world. This week we are talking to Mimi Casteel, a viticulturist/winemaker, who is the leading figure in what is known as “regenerative farming." We find out how her time working in forests led to her breakthrough philosophy, wha…
 
Three women, decades apart in ages, each who were part of the Echo community when they were teenagers, discuss the impact that being involved at Echo had on their lives then, and how it resonates today. This episode features Brittany Walsh, a professional hand balancer and circus instructor, Marika Reisberg, a Dance Movement therapist and Creativit…
 
On this episode: Four teenagers who have grown up in the Echo community discuss the expectations, challenges and realities of being a teen in the midst of a pandemic, and within a society and culture that is not well designed for them. This episode features music by Tera Zara. "The Echo Theater, an old silent movie house in Portland, OR, is home to…
 
This week Martin and Mallory talk to Kelsey Glasser, owner and wine director of Arden Restaurant (seriously one of the best food pairing places in town). She tells us about her past life as an actor and how that experience prepared her for the restaurant world—the two are quite similar. She also shares her methods, tricks and strategies behind pair…
 
Corollary Wines This week, sparkling wine fanatics Jeanne Feldkamp and Dan Diephouse of Corollary Wines take the Sunday School hot seat. They followed their dream to start a sparkling only wine label—despite having zero experience. So how did they take on such a technical winemaking challenge, and what drove them to do it? And is their wine any goo…
 
Your hosts Martin & Mallory meet up each week to discuss wines, wine culture, and chat with amazing guests from the wine world. Golden Cluster Sunday school interviews Jeff Vejr of Golden Cluster about Oregon's real wine history, giving us the story behind the story. What was Oregon's wine industry like before Prohibition? Can once-cherished, non-P…
 
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