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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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Episode 11: “Kids” Many of Echo Theater’s students are in the 5-12 year old age range. Aaron shares ideas and insights from interviews with 7, 8 and 9 year olds who have been involved in the Echo school about imagination, being active, and what they think it is important for kids and other human beings to learn. This episode also features a short r…
 
A chat about where they were on 9/11. Everyones story is different. and it's interesting how we never ever forget. Also some chat about football, and talk about workers rights. Two great humans who happen to be great Chefs as well. Get together every week and chop up some conversation about food and life in general.…
 
Gardens are a great space for friends and family to gather, but they can also offer you a private place to unwind, relax, and catch up with yourself a bit. This week, John and Katie are here to talk about planting for privacy, and whether it’s in a garden or on a balcony, there’s plenty of options out there for you to explore.…
 
This week we take a trip to wine country to speak to Oregon wine pioneer David Adelsheim. We hear what it was like being a part of the establishment of the modern Oregon wine industry, which comes down to random connections, running into a strange guy on the side of the road and following one dreamer’s vision. David also tells us the number one thi…
 
When it comes to plants, botanical names mean a lot, and while getting used to using them can be a little intimidating at first, it’ll start to feel like second nature once you get going. This week, Katie, John, and guest host Hoyt are here to help you take those first few steps with info on the history of botanical names, what they mean, and how t…
 
Episode 10: “The Reason We Come Here” In the Echo tradition of supporting youth artists, this episode was created and edited by two 14 year-old students at Echo, Liv and Yulana, who wanted to explain why so many different types of people, themselves included, find Echo to be like a second home. Featuring interviews with students and staff as well a…
 
Watching a plant grow from seed is an extremely rewarding experience, and it’s one that every gardener should try—even if you’re new to the garden game. Join John and Katie as they explore seed starting basics and show you just how easy it is get growing from the ground up.
 
Three artists from different backgrounds who have all spent time creating, teaching, and collaborating at Echo Theater, share stories and perspectives in conversations with host Aaron Wheeler-Kay. Featuring wisdom arising from Disabled, Transcultural, and multidisciplinary lives, these artists and teachers offer humor and insight about living lives…
 
Tai-Ran Niew is one of those people that the more you talk to him, the more you want to carry on talking to him. Full of energy and passion, he tells us how he fell in love with wine by reading about it, why he came to Oregon to make his (spectacular) Chardonnay, and the importance of doing nothing in the vineyard (even if it means some of the vine…
 
Gardening with kids is a great way to boost their self esteem while engaging all of their senses as they learn about the cycles of life. And it’s a lot of fun too! Join John, Katie, and their very first guest one the show, Sara, for an episode that’s all about the benefits of bringing kids out into the garden.…
 
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