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Radio Cascadia

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Radio Cascadia

Cobalt Audio Holdings

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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.
 
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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 ...
 
Ten years after a cataclysmic earthquake and tsunami devastates the Pacific Northwest, a new ocean floor reveals itself along the infamous Casacadia Subduction Zone - but 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 d ...
 
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 ...
 
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SCP Archives

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SCP Archives

Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network

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Secure. Contain. Protect. There are things that go bump in the night. Fantastic things. Horrible things. Redacted things. The SCP Foundation was built to keep humanity safe from a world of beings it doesn’t want to know exists. Things of wonder. Things of destruction. And these things have files. A LOT of files. New episodes weekly. * * * Content related to the SCP Foundation, including these podcasts, are licensed under Creative Commons Sharealike 3.0. Concepts originate from works on the S ...
 
Head out with Uncle Weed on cannabis-inspired adventures, spontaneous commentary and eclectic sounds from around the world since 2005. Anecdotes and observations include: public policy, transportation, economics, architecture, entrepreneurship and cannabis culture and discourse about harm reduction, environment, international travel and foreign affairs. Usually recorded on-the-go, Uncle Weed (sometime) invites curious pals and erstwhile strangers into the hi-jinks and conversation.
 
Welcome to Manufacturing Happy Hour, the podcast where we get real about the latest trends and technologies impacting modern manufacturers. Hosted by industry veteran Chris Luecke, each week, we interview makers, founders, and other manufacturing leaders that are at the top of their game and give you the tools, tactics, and strategies you need to take your career and your business to the next level. We go beyond the buzzwords and dissect real-life applications and success stories so that you ...
 
A podcast covering all things Vancouver Whitecaps, Canadian Soccer and more. Hosted by Samuel Rowan of 86Forever and Alexandre Gangue-Ruzic of btsvancity, they look to take a look at the ins and outs of the beautiful game in Vancouver and the rest of Canada.
 
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 ...
 
After the devastation of a forest fire, the first plant to grow back is fireweed. A vibrant wildflower from the Pacific Northwest, it symbolizes hope, resilience, and adaptability -- things we could all use a little more of right now. Because the clock is ticking on big issues like climate change, social justice, accessibility, and cybersecurity. Not to mention the fact that we’re trying to recover from a global pandemic. Adaptability is now seen as a critical skill by leading employers acro ...
 
Five Contributors, Five Reviews, Five Minutes Each. Bringing you a bi-weekly dose of rapid-fire board game reviews. Every other Wednesday our five contributors will talk about a game on their radar that week. Follow us on Facebook (https://facebook.com/FiveByGames), Twitter (https://twitter.com/FiveByGames), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/FiveByGames/), or support us on Patreon (http://Patreon.com/FiveByGames). The Five By is part of the Inside Voices Network. Find out more at InsideVo ...
 
I am Hal Hammons, a citizen of heaven. I broadcast regular reports of what it is for a child of God to live in Satan's world. My reports typically break down into four segments:"What I've been preaching" -- a point I have made in a recent sermon."What I've been reading" -- A brief breakdown of a book of the Bible or other reading material that has helped me in my understanding or application of the Bible."What I've been hearing" -- news from the internet or other sources about what is going ...
 
The energy revolution is coming, and it's all hands on deck. Amplifying the expertise of the leaders in the new energy economy and inviting diverse voices to the table, we'll talk solar power, battery storage and battery alternatives, microgrids, renewable energy, distributed energy architectures, energy policy, energy equity, and all things energy. I'm your host, Amy Simpkins, renewable energy CEO (and Rocket Scientist) and I am passionate about creating sustainable change. I believe that a ...
 
Welcome to an urban planning and public health podcast: Hosted by Walle Brown. We are MURP (Master's of Urban and Regional Planning) students at Portland State University, and will interview professionals, students and community members about their take on urban planning, public health, contemporary American society and how each intertwine to affect the local socioeconomic environment and community-at-large. Thank you for tuning in. We hope that you enjoy today's episode of the podcast! You ...
 
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.
 
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MeepleCore podcast

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MeepleCore podcast

Tim Jennette, Matt RoBear, and Eric Ledford

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Host Tim Jennette (Metal Meeple), co-hosts Matt RoBear, and Eric Ledford talk about and discuss boardgames, video games, music, and movies. Tim is a board game video reviewer for "The Dice Tower" youtube channel and wanted to share more of this thought on boardgaming and his other hobbies. Matt and Tim met when they started the hardcore/metalcore band "Morning Augment" and have been playing music and gaming ever since!
 
Are you a video game fan? Then this is the podcast for you! In every episode I will talk about newest hottest games! The games that I talk about will be mostly Nintendo/Sega games not the shoot-‘em-up type of games. Episodes posted weekly. About the podcaster: Payton Bader is a 13-year-old Christian boy that lives with his mom, sister Hayley and brother Hayden in Vancouver, WA. His dad, Luke has recently passed away from stage 4 cancer. In his free time he plays outside, video games (of cour ...
 
I bring to you, with a huge HEART and an abundance of energy and PASSION, my process and journey of my body of work. Insights on how I build, create and grow my projects, as well as my MINDSET. Messages to get us on track and aware of our journeys, paths, PURPOSE and DESTINY. Building a community of STRENGTH, empowerment and self-awareness. Making KINDNESS cool. Living and breathing OPTIMISM. Helping support each other ELEVATE to our own GREATNESS. I wish you COURAGE, strength and POWER to d ...
 
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We’re back for 5 more interviews with leaders in Robotics, Automation, and Artificial Intelligence. These conversations all took place in Pittsburgh at Cascadia Connect 2022 with investors, ecosystem leaders, high growth companies, and other movers and shakers in this industry. This was truly a unique event designed to bring all of these different …
 
By ARTHUR GLYNN, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, June 15, 2016.Tomorrow, a simulated 9.0-magnitude earthquake will rupture along the 700-mile Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ). Such an event could create 90-foot wave surges in some areas, according to geological factors and historical accounts. Using research and …
 
Hello friends and welcome to The Five By. Your quatriweekly source of rapid-fire board game reviews. 00:00 Sarah - Introduction 00:34 John - First Rat 05:24 Mason - Mystery Rummy: Jekyll & Hyde (Episode 19) 10:24 Sarah - Paint the Roses 15:30 Meeple Lady - Project L 20:35 Jose - Bullet♥︎ (Bullet⭐) 26:35 Ruel - Outro…
 
In this episode, Eric interviews two dear friends and the faculty leads of the American Psychological Association's Introductory Psychology Initiative, or IPI -- Regan A. R. Gurung from Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR, and Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College in Bothell, WA. So many topics are discussed by these three, including the origin …
 
Recently, we had an opportunity to attend an extremely unique manufacturing event in Columbus, NE. Columbus is a small, rural town and it's the exact type of spot where manufacturing events should be taking place. Communities like this across the Great Plains, the Midwest, and the United States in general, are where manufacturing and manufacturing …
 
I’m joined this week by Adam Shanks and Chris Kramer, both first-time guests on the podcast. Adam is the preacher for the Edwards Lake church of Christ in Birmingham, Alabama, and the host of the Preach Impediments podcast. Chris is the preacher for the church of Christ Northside in Russellville, Kentucky, and a regular contributor to the Answering…
 
For a couple decades around the turn of the last century, if a murderer could convince a jury that his victim had been a “home-wrecker,” he could expect to be not only acquitted, but lionized as a brave and noble domestic hero. (Statewide; 1890s, 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1508d.unwritten-law-353.html)…
 
The four-masted schooner North Bend, the last sailing ship ever built in Oregon, was stranded on Peacock Spit; it worked its way through and, a little over a year later, launched itself in Baker Bay on the other side. (Columbia River Bar, Clatsop County; 1920s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1108d-last-sailing-ship-crossed-a-…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Third Sub Podcast presented by Macey's Sports! In this episode, Alex and Sam are back, as usual, this time to dive into another interesting week of Vancouver Whitecaps chatter. To begin, they look at the 'Caps most recent game, a 0-0 draw with the New England Revolution, looking at what stood out to them from …
 
Native Americans told Coronado there was a fabulous gold-and-turquoise city called Quivira just to the east -- or was it the north? All he found were Indian villages. But, was there a real city behind the legend? More specifically, was that city near Port Orford? (Near Floras Lake, Curry County; 1500s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoreg…
 
This week we are rebroadcasting our interview with Linda Black Elk originally aired in April of 2020. On this week’s episode, we speak to Linda Black Elk on traditional medicine, community wellness and systemic transformation amidst pandemic. Our conversation begins with hands-on measures we can take to boost our wellbeing and what honorable harves…
 
Legendary governor, a staunch prohibitionist, had to buy a round for the house when he dropped by the town marshal's saloon in the now-ghost town of Harney; a few years later, he pardoned the marshal, who'd been busted for gunfighting. (Harney City, Harney County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1107e-drinks-on-prohibit…
 
Our guests this week are Kathy Miller and Shannon Karels. Both of these women have racked up decades of experience in manufacturing and operations, and now they're the duo that leads OPSisters where they focus on advising operations through coaching, training, and speaking. Beyond that, they've also distilled some of the best lessons in their book …
 
Are secrets good or bad? It probably depends on whether it is others’ secrets under consideration or your own. Knowledge may be power, but too much power can overload our circuitry. This week we will discuss the secrets God is keeping from us, whatever they may be; whether privacy is an inherently bad thing (and I can make the case); whether introv…
 
It's amazing what you might find beneath the ice... CW: None Transcript Cast & Crew: SCP-4431was written by NatVoltaic Narrator - Jon Grilz Bannard - Graham Rowat ____________ Sound Designer - Travis McMaster Music by Matt Roi Berger Theme Song by Tom Rory Parsons Showrunner - Pacific S. Obadiah Producers - Tom Owen & Brad Miska Presented by Bloody…
 
When a sailing ship found itself in trouble in the legendary “graveyard of ships,” often there was nothing left to do but count the bodies. But every now and then, a vessel would slip out of the icy grip of the bar to sail on. Here are a few such stories. (Columbia River Bar, Clatsop County; 1870s, 1880s, 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://o…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Third Sub Podcast presented by Macey's Sports! In this episode, Alex and Sam are back, as usual, this time to dive into all things Vancouver Whitecaps after a busy and important week for the club. First, they dive into the big news of the week - the 'Caps are going to a final, as they defeated York United 2-1 …
 
Every youth orchestra in America can trace its ancestry back to the tiny, dusty town of Burns in Eastern Oregon, and to one gifted, visionary violin teacher named Mary Dodge, founder of the Sagebrush Symphony. (Burns, Harney County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1108c-sagebrush-symphony-first-youth-orchestra-in-us.htm…
 
Oregon went 'dry' in 1914, so by the time the Volstead Act passed in 1919, Beaver State bootleggers were already seasoned professionals. So when the rest of the West Coast needed them, Oregon's 'midnight entrepreneurs' were ready to roll. (Statewide; 1920s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1308a-rumrunners-moonshiners-and-speake…
 
It was obvious to nearly everyone that Chee Gong was innocent. But one of his tong brothers had murdered Lee Yik and disappeared, and blood had to answer for blood. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1880s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1802c.tong-war-in-portland-averted-with-hanging-483.html)…
 
by CHRISTOPHER TANTLINGER, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.A tool designed with zero tolerance would not be able to function efficiently or effectively. Likewise, taking a zero-tolerance approach to emergency preparedness and response has led to some problematic policies and procedures. This article explains why building …
 
In this episode Garth interviews Erin Hardin from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville in Knoxville, TN. They start with a strong discussion of all things introductory psychology, from committee work, grading challenges, supervising teaching fellows, to Erin's work on her own course design. Erin is an accomplished SoTL researcher, with multiple gr…
 
Jean-Baptiste “Pomp” Charbonneau, the baby born to Sacagawea during the Lewis and Clark expedition, is one of the most important figures in Oregon history — but we know almost nothing of his life. (Clatsop and Harney County; 1800s, 1860s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1107d-life-of-sacagaweas-mountain-man-son-charbonneau-tan…
 
Have you ever been in a room full of growth companies, investors, academics, entrepreneurs, and technologist all working together to advance the industry? It’s rare to get all of these players in a tech ecosystem together in one place, but that’s just what Cascadia Capital did at Cascadia Connect 2022 in Pittsburgh, PA. With such a range of leaders…
 
Is silence golden? Is it deadly? Is it nervous? Is it dramatic? As with everything else I seem to talk about, it depends on the context. This week we will discuss the role silence plays, if any, regarding authority; the greatest silent picture star of all time, and what he didn’t say; the thousand tiny triangles that play constantly between my ears…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Third Sub Podcast presented by Macey's Sports! In this episode, Alex and Sam are back, as usual, this time to chat all things Vancouver Whitecaps after a big weekend for the club. First, they look at the big and surprising news from the weekend, as the Whitecaps actually went out and did the unthinkable - win …
 
Many people today don't realize that in the 1950s, pinball had a bad reputation as a gambler's game and was as illegal as one-armed bandits. In Portland, shady underworld characters supplied Oregonians with plenty of both. (Multnomah and Clackamas county; 1940s, 1950s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1307d-pinball-wars-elkins-v…
 
This week, we visited Birmingham for the UK Games Expo! In this show we’re talking about the latest and greatest releases, who we interviewed and the biggest news and gossip that we managed to gather, and a rundown of all the new games we are trying to Tetris onto our shelves! Between us we spent almost enough to cover Boris’s fines for breaking Co…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Third Sub Podcast presented by Macey's Sports! In this episode, Alex and Sam are back, as usual, this time to dive into a confusing stretch of games for the Vancouver Whitecaps, who continue to progress through their 2022 MLS campaign. First, they dive into the 'Caps most recent games, a 2-1 win over RSL and a…
 
During the go-go years of the uranium-mining rush of the early 1950s, the character of the uranium prospector became iconic. He was basically the gold-seeking “miner 49er” updated for the atomic age: in lieu of a mule, he rode an Army-surplus Jeep; in place of pick and gold pan, he carried a Geiger counter and ultraviolet flashlight. So it’s ironic…
 
As the Cold War spun up, federal government guarantees sent thousands of Geiger Counter-packing prospectors in Army surplus Jeeps scrambling across Oregon's Outback, hoping to make their fortunes mining “A-metal.” (Eastern Oregon; 1950s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1507c.uranium-mining-gold-rush-348.html)…
 
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