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The Exploring Washington State Podcast is for you if you are looking for ideas and inspirations of great places to visit, fantastic places to grab a bite to eat and drink. If you want to know more about the businesses that call Washington State home, learn about the amazing artists who are creating artwork.The State of Washington is an amazing place to live and a great place to visit. The Exploring Washington State Podcast helps to showcase the splendor of Washington State. Remember "there i ...
 
A Modern D&D Adventure.Welcome to a world of dragons, magic and mystery not so very unlike our own. Off the coast of Washington state, near Seattle, there is a small island on which our adventurers gather to begin their summer as camp counselors. Only time will tell what strange adventures Judson Isalnd has in store for them!Starring: Madisen Crowley as the dungeon master, Dane Ostlie-Olson as Brad, Brian Loughridge as Hal, and Sadler Bono as Donavan.
 
Grampa Jim tells about what's going on in town this week. It's small-town drama with a bit of humor here and there. Sometimes re-telling the stories of when he was a boy in Washington state during World War 2. Check out Books on AMAZON: THE TRADING POST and KIDNAPPED, by James R. von Feldt.
 
Post Reports is the daily podcast from The Washington Post. Unparalleled reporting. Expert insight. Clear analysis. Everything you’ve come to expect from the newsroom of The Post. For your ears. Martine Powers is your host, asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered. Published weekdays by 5 p.m. Eastern time.
 
Daily Updates on local News for Pullman, WA & Washington State University. This quick podcast (2 - 3 Minutes) gives a rundown of: Weather, Sports, and all other news of the day to help you start your day off right. All shows are created by a local student and are not directly affiliated with the school.
 
Harbor Church is located in downtown Olympia, the capital city of Washington state. We exist to lead people into a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ that transforms every area and aspect of life, and we are passionate about seeing faith take root, watching love abound, and leading lives towards the eternal trajectory of our hope in the new kingdom of God.
 
Covering all the major professional sports teams in Seattle as well as the University of Washington and Washington State University. Kirsten and Art also talk about the business of sports, such as the proposal to build a new arena in Seattle. Other issues they've discussed include head injuries in sports and the crackdown on domestic violence. Thiel offers a unique and informed perspective to KNKX listeners. His philosophy for his commentary on KNKX is to give the casual sports fan "enough i ...
 
The Ancestral Kitchen is a twice-monthly podcast hosted by Alison, a European town-dweller and Andrea, living on a newly-created family farm in northwest Washington state. Pull up a chair at the table and join us as we talk about eating, cooking and living with ancient ancestral food wisdom in a modern-world kitchen. Find us both on Instagram: Andrea: www.instagram.com/farmandhearth Alison: www.instagram.com/ancestral_kitchen Podcast theme and audio production by Robert Michael Kay, find him ...
 
Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers, the Pac-12 and college sports talk with James Crepea (https://twitter.com/JamesCrepea) , Oregon Ducks beat reporter for The Oregonian/OregonLive (https://www.oregonlive.com/ducks/) on Fox Sports Eugene (https://foxsportseugene.com/) (KORE 1050 AM/95.7 FM) weekdays from 4-6 p.m. PT.
 
The Snap Trap Podcast brings pest control to the masses but in easy to understand "layman's" terms. Meant for pest professionals and homeowners alike, we use more than 30 years experience to tackle common pest issues without all the technical jargon. We are your hosts, Robert and Janelle Blalock, owners of Beeline Pest Services in Washington state. For questions and comments, contact us at thesnaptrappodcast@gmail.com
 
Books in Heinessight is the podcast that helps authors, readers and other folks in the publishing world to connect and discuss ideas, projects and common issues affecting people in the publishing world as well as artists in general. Our guests are people interested in helping those in the publishing world by sharing their knowledge and experiences. Matthew Heines, the host and creator of the show is an author and a teacher who started life as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne before he went ...
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
The Fred Hutch/Univ. of Washington's Cancer Consortium and The Office of Community Outreach and Engagement will be bringing you community voices to share, various work in cancer-related research, cultural humility, personal experiences, and evidence informed practices that discuss reducing health disparities and inequities that exist in health and cancer care for our under-served communities in Washington State "We acknowledge exploited labor, racist, heterosexist, ableist, xenophobic, relig ...
 
“Can He Do That?” is The Washington Post’s politics podcast, exploring presidential power in the face of weakened institutions, a divided electorate and changing political norms. Led by host Allison Michaels, each episode asks a new question about this extraordinary moment in American history and answers with insight into how our government works, how to understand ongoing events, and the implications when so much about the current state of American life and the country’s politics is unlike ...
 
We're childhood friends raised in the PNW in a little town in Washington state. On this podcast we will discuss Spooky stories, Crime documentaries, missing person cases, and we will even take you on some of our adventures. Come join us, light a candle, sip some iced coffe, and get cozy.
 
A podcast from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO). Amy Glasscock and Matt Pincus interview guests (state CIOs, NASCIO members, strategic partners and colleagues) to get their unique stories and perspectives on state information technology, leadership and lessons learned.
 
The Code 4 Northwest podcast provides a pragmatic, positive voice for a community of first responders and their families. When your day job is dealing with what is often one of the worst possible days for those you serve, it is vital that your perspectives be accurate and not overshadowed by your day to day experiences. This podcast exists to help restore the balance between perceptions and perspectives by stepping back to see the bigger picture.Code 4 Northwest is an entirely volunteer-run, ...
 
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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Our town hall with Indivisibles and Democratic party leaders in red and rural districts throughout the state. We center their work, both their organizing and electoral work, and explore some of the ways that Indivisibles in blue and purple areas can come together to help advance the work being done by our friends in these districts.Our guests are:-…
 
Metamorphic Gear founder Lindsay Lawrence joins us to talk upcycling. As an avid sailor and outdoors enthusiast Lindsay founded Metamorphic Gear in Seattle to help solve a problem with what to do with sails and truck covers after they were no longer in condition to serve their original purpose. During our conversation Lindsay explains how Metamorph…
 
On Tuesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James goes over some weekly honors for Oregon baseball and breaking news on Oregon women's basketball, Oregon baseball coach Mark Wasikowski recaps the weekend sweep of Oregon State, Washington State beat reporter Theo Lawson of the Spokesman-Review returns to go over the latest fr…
 
Spring football has sprung, and there are a few surprises with the roster. Let's take a look at who's in -- and, perhaps more notably, who's out -- before taking a spin around the WSU athletics universe with baseball, volleyball, and soccer. Then we dive into the NCAA men's tournament. Subscribe to us on ... iTunes Google Play Spotify Stitcher Lear…
 
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 Bob Ferguson, Attorney General of Washington State. AG Ferguson has been a fearless leader throughout the Tru…
 
The United States imposes sweeping new sanctions against Russia. And, how former Trump allies are faring in the private job market. Read more: On Thursday, the Biden administration imposed the first significant sanctions to target the Russian economy in several years. Shane Harris reports on the administration’s effort to punish the Kremlin for a c…
 
This week, for the first time in more than two years, the directors of the D.N.I., C.I.A., F.B.I., N.S.A., and D.I.A. appeared before Congress to testify about “worldwide threats” to the United States. They discussed Russia, China, Iran, and domestic extremists—and warned about the destabilizing effects of the pandemic and climate change. On the sa…
 
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, an economist, and a student all weigh in on what to do — or not — about student debt, in this first episode in our occasional series about the policy challenges that President Biden might face during his first year in office. Related reading and episodes The faces of student debt Biden at odds with Democratic leaders over law…
 
On Wednesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses the NCAA approving one-time transfer but counting super seniors next year, Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler returns to talk all things Colorado and Colorado State, baseball is weighing a change to the mound distance from the plate, Oregon women's basketball updat…
 
"It is very hard not to see some fundamental contradictions in how our country, the state, wields force against its citizens," says Chris Hayes, comparing police responses in Black Lives Matter protests and the Capitol riot. Then, Chris Hayes explains how Senate Republicans are wielding government power to punish speech they don’t like. Plus, the M…
 
A deadline to end the war in Afghanistan. Biden’s vision for the future of infrastructure. Plus, how Native communities are tackling vaccinations. Read more: Biden announced that the United States will withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, 2021. Missy Ryan explains that the decision tells us a lot about the administration’s priorities. …
 
Tonight: American scientists put a "pause" on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine—what does this mean for people who have been vaccinated? What does it mean for people who haven't? Dr. Anthony Fauci answers those questions. Then, will the outrage over the police killing of Daunte Wright affect the outcome of the Chauvin trial? Plus, Chris interviews Sen.…
 
Citizen University CEO Eric Liu talks about all that separates Americans and whether coming together is really possible.Division has become an everyday reality for most Americans. Reading or scrolling through the news inevitably leads to some kind of partisan rancor or social conflict. And it can be difficult to think that there is anything other t…
 
Correction: In a previous version of this episode, we misstated a Brooklyn Center Police Department policy about guns and tasers. We said that tasers are kept on the dominant hip and guns on the non-dominant hip. According to the former police chief, it is the other way around. Why the CDC and FDA are recommending a pause on the Johnson & Johnson v…
 
Are you waiting for Bigfoot Tree Updates and are you thinking they’re really just cold feet & old info? A brief disclaimer about the Bigfoot Tree and the Wallace family. Since the moment I heard about this story, I have been fascinated by the story of the Lori Simmons Bigfoot Tree. I have been to the Bigfoot Tree where I conducted an interview with…
 
On Monday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James recaps Oregon baseball's sweep of Oregon State, Oregon softball drops 3 of 4 to UCLA, Boise State beat reporter Ron Counts of the Idaho Statesman recaps the Broncos' spring game, the latest of Ducks and Beavers spring practice, Ohio State beat reporter Nathan Baird of Clevelan…
 
Tonight: Is anything really getting better in the wake of George Floyd? Then, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on infrastructure, his big announcement with AOC, and why his Republican colleagues just gave Donald Trump a “major” award. Plus, Congressman Dan Kildee goes public with his traumatic stress disorder in the wake of January 6th. And why the CD…
 
"We make our bone broth almost exclusively out of garbage." What if eating real food didn't have to be prohibitively expensive? The most nutritious, real, nourishing foods have traditionally been the cheapest and simplest - conversely, the expensive, rich meals of the wealthy were often laborious productions involving sweets and refined foods. It's…
 
the disparate paths of TX lifting its mask mandate and having COVID infections drop as MI infections spike and the state requires mask wearing, meanwhile in WA...Gov. Science rolls back the metrics, is this his admission that his metrics were too strong all along?King Co.'s top Public Health official says the (Phase 2 and 3) "metrics are arbitrary"…
 
How surveillance networks are helping federal authorities track down the Jan. 6 Capitol rioters. And, the legacy of Prince Philip. Read more: A Washington Post review of hundreds of pages of court records has revealed how federal law enforcement officials are using license plate scanners, facial-recognition software and other controversial surveill…
 
The postwar years were a true flowering of American culture. Even as the United States was locked in an arms race with the Soviet Union, which culminated in the terrifying doctrine known as mutually assured destruction, the country evolved from a military and economic powerhouse into a cultural presence at the center of the world. Modern jazz and r…
 
Gary Winston is a musician who calls Walla Walla Washington home. Gary was born in Walla Walla and began his musical journey after seeing The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. You will love his story. His first guitar was from Montgomery Wards and soon after he received his first guitar it was obvious that this would be his path in life. After all a…
 
Richard M. Nixon is one of the country's most vilified presidents, and yet the American people entrusted him twice as vice president and twice as president. In this episode, we cover the highs and lows of Nixon‘s pre-presidential career and his tortuous path to the White House. We also cover his transformation, from America’s foremost anti-communis…
 
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene represents Washington’s 1st Congressional District, and she also currently serves as the Vice Chair on the House Ways and Means committee, and the Select Revenue Measures and Trade Subcommittees. She joins us for a talk about COVID relief, Biden’s infrastructure plan, the THRIVE agenda, the For the People Act, the perman…
 
Welcome to The Road So Far, a talk-back show discussing the events of Camp 5e: Season 1. SPOILERS AHEAD! In this episode; the gang sits back, answers your questions and takes their bets on what could possibly happen next! Starring: Madisen Crowley as the dungeon master, Dane Ostlie-Olson as Brad, Brian Loughridge as Hal, and Sadler Bono as Donavan.…
 
First, Jake presses Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about the Biden administration’s effort to pass its $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal. Next, Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas responds to blowback over his decision to veto a bill that banned gender-affirming treatment for transgender teens. Then, Jake talks to House Majority…
 
Tonight: As the prosecution winds down, why the medical examiner's testimony in the Chauvin murder trial could turn this case. Then, a new investigation for Matt Gaetz, as he hires a new attorney—and breaks his public silence. Plus, Richard Engel on his chilling investigation into the Capitol attack. And Ezra Klein explains the unexpected progressi…
 
a theme for today's show: people who push back, let's start with the big rig truck driver who rammed a murder suspect fleeing police in a pick-up, a KVI listener tells a story of a confrontation inside a Seattle restaurant where customers were being accosted by a man inside and a police officer declined to do anything about based on the race of a p…
 
This week in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, officers and medical experts testified on the cause of George Floyd’s death. And why it’s so hard to prosecute police officers. Read more: During the second week of the Derek Chauvin murder trial, prosecutors focused on two subjects: how the former officer’s tactics, denounced by fellow police officers o…
 
Many Indivisibles here in Washington are saying that there is just an almost overwhelming number of things that need action right now. The legislative session is in its final days, so we’re working to push some bills across the finish line—and making sure others go down. And then, at the federal level, there are things like S1, DC statehood, ending…
 
The Gonzaga men's basketball team came close this week to being the first undefeated national champions since 1976. But they lost to Baylor in the title game. KNKX sports commentator Art Thiel and Morning Edition host Kirsten Kendrick have a look at the history of this successful program and what's in store for its future.…
 
Gage Lang had a dream and he made it happen! Gage is the owner of Breaüxdoo Bakery in Spokane. Gage joins us and chats about Spokane, Cookies, and Late Night delivery. Have you ever wanted a warm cookie and some milk late in the evening? Well, if you live in Spokane you can simply visit Breaüxdoo Bakery and they will delivery cookies and milk to yo…
 
Jackie & Dunlap on the Matt Gaetz scandal, Manchin, Boehner, Women for America First, DEFECTOR, Godzilla vs. Kong. Sponsors: Bull-itz & Cheez Bangs, Stug Roombatussin "The Magic Cowboy" courtesy Seth Timbs: https://sethtimbs.bandcamp.com/ Red State Update theme "Tasty Sorghum Biscuit" by William Sherry: https://open.spotify.com/track/74j2AyMM9Qy2Vh…
 
This month’s online presentation features Loreen Lilyn Lee, Euphrates Moss Phrate, Lyn Coffin, and Glenda West.Loreen Lilyn Lee is a Seattle writer born and raised in pre-statehood Honolulu. She moved to Seattle in 1986, when computers were just being introduced into the workplace. Her debut book The Lava Never Sleeps: A Honolulu Memoir won the 201…
 
On Thursday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, KREM sports director Brenna Greene returns to recap Gonzaga's season and look ahead to next season, James recaps the first hearing on Oregon's NIL bill, the latest from Oregon and Oregon State spring practice, Washington beat reporter Lauren Kirschman of the Tacoma News-Tribune on…
 
Tonight: what does it mean that Florida Republican, charged with sex-trafficking, and tied to Matt Gaetz is seeking a plea deal with prosecutors? And former Congresswoman Katie Hill on what she called her "unlikely friendship" with Matt Gaetz and why she wants him held accountable now. Plus, the new Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on the fi…
 
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