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The real news... remixed! Media Monarchy is an independent news source which has grown to include the 'New World Next Week' video series with Corbett Report, the new music show called 'Pump Up Tha Volume' + interviews and extras from the worlds of food, technology, the occult and much more... http://feeds.feedburner.com/mediamonarchy
 
Radio Cascadia is the only podcast that offers a complete, unbiased coverage of Pacific Northwest soccer. Lasting approximately an hour, each episode covers the latest news in Cascadian soccer and around MLS, interviews with journalists from around the country, and exclusive interviews with players. The show releases every Wednesday. You can also hear us on Prost Amerika, Libsyn and on our website radiocascadia.us.
 
Lively discussion on news and issues in and around Bellingham and the Pacific Northwest.Hosts: Dave Willingam, Tim Johnson, Stephanie Kountouros and guests.Wednesdays, 5:30 pm and Sundays, 11:00 a.m. on KMRE 102.3 FM Bellingham, WA and KMRE.orgTuesdays at 6 pm and Thursdays at noon on KAVZ 102.5 FM Van Zandt, WA.
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Join our hosts as they dive into the story behind the board games we love with the people who created them. Through quick and meaningful interviews with board game creators, Rebecca and Lauren will highlight different perspectives and focus on topics related to accessibility and inclusion.
 
UpZones podcast features stories from the people building a richer, more cosmopolitan new Seattle. Host Ian Martinez, a former journalist and Obama Administration adviser, brings his unique conversational manner to long-form interviews with community leaders in the arts, politics & activism, business, and general civic life.
 
The Fly Tapes Podcast features conversations with the writers and artists of the fly fishing world, as well as readings from the Writers on the Fly series. Hear writers share their stories and poems in their own voices, and learn what gets the creative juices flowing for this eclectic group of makers.
 
Soccer Cards Rock is your guide for Soccer card collecting and investing. If you're a part of the hobby and want to know more about Soccer cards, this is the show for you. Great for anyone who is into NBA cards, Football cards, or Baseball cards but wants to get started with Soccer. soccercardsrock.substack.com
 
The OTG podcast features guests from the Overland and off road adventure industry, dirt nomads, and adventurers. We feature and talk to guests that have done one or more of the features routes on www.OverlandTrailGuides.com . Want to learn more about one of our routes? Then tune in and subscribe! Want to Support OTG? You can support us by buying one of our subscriptions at Overlandtrailguides.com or by supporting us on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=33860086
 
Discover how our most precious commodity impacts our lives in so many fascinating ways. That's right! We're talking about water, but not like you've ever heard it before. Join us as we explore social, environmental and economic issues around the globe as we ask the questions: what are we doing, and how can we do better? The "Water We Doing?" podcast is a production of the Aquatic Biosphere Project. The podcast is produced and hosted by David Evans (P. Biol), the Project's Director of Conserv ...
 
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So often fungi are pitched as being at the forefront of innovation, whether being used to create vegan leather, pharmaceuticals, or being incorporated into various biotechnology products, but this fixation on innovation can obscure our ancestral relationship to fungi and the wisdom they can share with us about decomposition. This week, we slow down…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
In this episode Garth interviews John Dunlosky from Kent State University in Kent, OH. Starting in gerontology & memory work, John shifted his research prowess to the study of metacognitive processes & student challenges, including K-12 and college students. His collaborations to identify the most effective learning strategies are legendary. His wo…
 
Stranded for the winter on Sauvie Island, the members of Nathaniel Wyeth's trading post struggled to get enough to eat. But for some of them, the greater problem was finding something to drink. (Sauvie Island, Multnomah and Columbia County; 1830s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1707d.townsend-lizard-liquor-453.html)…
 
Man, today we’ve got a really fun chat with Jared Mast of Goldin Auctions. Jared is my go-to guy at Goldin and he hops on the pod to chat about the following: The inner workings of the biggest auction house in the world What Goldin have coming up The impact of soccer on the sports card market We even chat soccer tickets - wouldn’t be an episode if …
 
He’d spent thousands of hours re-creating history’s most mysterious aircraft. Something had gone wrong, and he was about to crash it. When he did, somebody would die. Who that would be was up to him. (Cottage Grove, Lane County; 2000s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207sp-heroic-final-flight-of-jim-wright-howard-hughes-racer-…
 
This year approximately 42 million people will experience food insecurity in the United States, a perverse number when put in context to the surplus of food many of us have access to. In this week’s episode, we look at the work of Virginia Free Farm with guest Amyrose Foll. By providing free produce, plants, seeds, chicken, and ducks Virginia Free …
 
The nationally notorious “Oregon Style” of newspapering involved vicious personal attacks and a take-no-prisoners style of cutting invective; but it was ink being spilled, not blood. That is, until one day in downtown Roseburg, when a hot-tempered ex-Rebel newspaper editor named Bud Thompson decided to escalate things a bit ... (Roseburg, Douglas C…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
Huffman and Spencer has a bit of a twist this week as Brandon is travelling, so we bring on Scott Eklund from Dawgman to talk a variety of topics. We start with a lengthy discussion around Seinfeld and other older sitcoms. Then talk NCAA playoffs, EWU voted to keep sports at the D1 level. I also give Scott some questions about Washington Huskies re…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
On this episode the boys headed out to Hume Park in New Westminster as they are the latest city to allow legal drinking in the park. This was a grab bag episode where we all brought a beer to the table to share. Tune in now. Podcaster Involved: Mike G of Pacific Beer Chat (Main Street Brewing - Hula Hula Shake Tropical Milkshake Sour) Jordan of Pit…
 
Original owners of the falls tried for years to log it, but the steamship and railroad moguls were making a lot of money on excursion trips, so they blocked the scheme, preserving the falls for today's park. (Columbia River Gorge, Multnomah County; 1890s, 1900s, 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1707e.fight-for-multnomah-f…
 
A different episode format today. I chat with Nick from the Instagram account @Nills1010 about one of our favorite players…. This guy…. Yep. We talk all things Lukaku for an hour. This is a new episode format for me, so do let me know what you think. Looking to Support the Pod? I don’t want to charge you for listening to podcasts or reading newslet…
 
SOMETIME IN 1915, a 40-year-old Black woman named Frankie Baker stepped off the train at Portland’s Union Station. She had come to stay; Oregon would be her home for the rest of her life.At that time, Portland had a a reputation as a good place to hide out when you were on the lam. It was far off the beaten path; but the town had all the cultural p…
 
If we need the Earth, does the Earth need us? This week on the podcast we dive deep into the relationship amongst ourselves and the Earth with guest Tiokasin Ghosthorse. We begin our conversation by talking about the savior mentality that can arise when we act to address the many issues that threaten Earth and kin at this moment. Recognizing the tr…
 
Massive 16-ton chunk of iron was found by a neighboring property owner, who dragged it half a mile in an attempt to steal it; today it's in the American Museum of Natural History in New York. (West Linn, Clackamas County; 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1001c_WillamMeteor.htm)…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills–today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful bu…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
In this episode Eric interviews Jessica Hartnett from Gannon University in Erie, PA. Jess could be a case study in thoughtfulness, dedication, and hard work. Her blog that she started in 2012 gives away statistics resources to teachers worldwide. Her interests range into social and I/O psychology as well as JASP and R. Jess has a statistics textboo…
 
Twenty years ago, PT-658 was a weatherbeaten hulk, rotting away at a pier in San Francisco Bay. Today, it's a priceless piece of American history that you'll occasionally see on the waters of Portland Harbor. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1990s, 2000s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1401c.pt-658-worlds-only-working-pt-boat.html…
 
Disclaimer: I’ll earn a small percentage from eBay sales made after clicking links in this newsletter. It’s at no extra cost to you and keeps this all free. Massive, massive episode today. I chat with Darren Rovell about the hobby, tickets, his background in the hobby and making it as a sports journalist. It’s funny that Rovell chatted about creati…
 
Two of them had movies made about their wartime exploits — “30 Seconds over Tokyo” and “The Great Escape”; a third, captured and imprisoned in the raid, returned to Japan after the war as a Christian missionary. (Pendleton, Umatilla County; 1942) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1505a.part3-doolittles-pendleton-raiders-337.html)…
 
I met up with a craft beer industry friend in a Vancouver park for a chat. Xander Szymanski is the Head Brewer of Monkey 9 Brewing in Richmond, British Columbia. Located on the traditional unceded territories of the Tsawwassen and Musqueum. We talk about how Xander got into brewing craft beer, some previous places he's worked and a brewery project …
 
The 138 mile long Mojave Road is one of the most iconic overland routes in California. And while it's not the longest, most technical or arduous track, the stark beauty of the Mojave desert, quirky attractions, and rich pioneer history makes this route the perfect weekend get away. And because it's relatively mild on the technical rating scale, it'…
 
Robert S. Clever, Everett “Brick” Holstrom, Henry “Hank” Potter and Robert G. Emmens were four Oregon aviators who did the Beaver State proud in what seemed like a suicide mission over enemy territory. (Pendleton, Umatilla County; 1942) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1504d.part2-doolittles-pendleton-raiders-336.html)…
 
Through the support of ever-growing subsidies, trade deals, and taxes global corporations have ballooned, creating a highly violent, exploitative, and absurd global trade system. So absurd, that often we fixate on the hypocrisy of how it became possible that food packaged and processed on the other side of the world is somehow “cheaper” than that w…
 
Oregon played a vital role in America's answer to Pearl Harbor — the daring daylight airstrike on Tokyo and other Japanese cities that provided a much-needed morale boost during the dark days of 1942. (Pendleton, Umatilla County; 1942) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1504c.part1-doolittles-pendleton-raiders.335.html)…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
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