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Humans of RUG

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Who are the humans that make a university flourish? When thinking about the faces of a university, professors and students may be the first people that come to mind. But there are so many more people: beadles, technicians, study advisors, secretaries, and many others. They all bring their stories with them when they come to study and work at the university, and they experience new stories together. Without them, the University would not be what it is. “Humans of RUG” is a podcast series that ...
 
The Oregon Wine History Archive at Linfield University was created to collect, preserve, share, and continue the narrative of Oregon wine. The growth of the Oregon wine industry extends from the farmers and winemakers to the marketers, scientists, innovators, and dreamers of the enterprise — all of whom are vital to the industry’s success. It is our aim to link the past, present, and future of the industry in hopes of sharing the story of Oregon wine. Some oral history interviews are conduct ...
 
"A poodocast about making things up and making things happen." L.A.-based writer-performer Dennis Hensley interviews a different creative person each week about what they do, why they do it, and how they keep it going. Past guests have included authors, actors, photographers, musicians, screenwriters, acrobats and one visual artist who makes cartoons centered around dead houseflies.
 
Ramona (Jennifer Lopez), Destiny (Constance Wu), Annabelle (Lili Reinhart y Diamond (Cardi B) son un grupo de strippers que se unen para estafar a sus clientes, ricos magnates de Wall Street. Cuando Elizabeth (Julia Stiles), una periodista del New York Magazine, comience a investigar.
 
Skillet is a podcast about food and memory. We go into the kitchens of grandmas, chefs, farmers, activists, and anyone who stirs the pot. As dinner simmers on the stovetop, we explore equity and identity by looking back on life’s struggles and triumphs. Let’s cook together and listen to each other.
 
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In this episode, we bring together three RUG students or employees who in parallel to their studies or work flourish in another career path: Suzanne Voorrips, PhD researcher in cardiology and Dutch champion in 800m track running; Julian Bushoff, student in economics and party leader of PvdA Groningen; Yoeri Bonarius, student in international relati…
 
Dennis chats via Zoom with performers Mitch Silpa & Drew Droege about their stage show "It's Mitch & Drew and We've Never Felt Younger," which plays Tuesday, November 23 at 8:00 PM at Dynasty Typewriter in Los Angeles. They talk about some of the sketches that will appear in the show, including one that was conceived while they were watching The Wh…
 
In this episode, we discuss the definition of success and failures in academia and academic life. Our guests are Prof. Amina Helmi from astronomy and Prof. Lodi Nauta from philosophy. Both received the most prestigious prize for scientific research in the Netherlands: the Spinoza Prize. We talk about how these highly regarded professors define thei…
 
In this episode we look at the university from an outside perspective. In a conversation with the Mayor of Groningen, Koen Schuiling, and Karen Prowes from the International Welcome Centre North, we explore how the RUG integrates into Groningen, what it contributes to city life, and how its members have changed the region, the Northern Netherlands.…
 
Dennis connects via Zoom with filmmaker Jesse Moss, the director of the new Amazon documentary Mayor Pete, about the history-making presidential campaign of openly gay South Bend, Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg. Jesse talks about how he came to make the movie, how keeping up with Pete and the campaign was like being on The Amazing Race, how Pete and …
 
Dennis connects via Zoom with illustrator Glen Hanson whose work as been seen on everything from animated TV shows like Beetlejuice and Daria to magazines like GQ, Entertainment Weekly and TV Guide, for whom he did four different covers when Seinfeld went off the air. His ubiquitous illustration of the Golden Girls is on everything from book covers…
 
This interview is with Becky Wasserman-Hone, owner of Becky Wasserman & Co. She begins the interview with her families decision to move to Burgundy, France. She describes her early interest in French food and culture, which then led to her passion for wine. Becky went on to sell French oak barrels to Californians. After this start in the wine busin…
 
This interview is with Evan Bellingar of Bellingar Estates and Results Partners. In this interview, Evan speaks about knowing he wanted to work in the world of wine before the had ever tried it. He discusses taking horticulture and viticulture courses at Oregon State and how his knowledge of the industry grew.Evan describes the nature of the Oregon…
 
This interview is with Kim Bellingar of Bellingar Estates. In this interview, Kim discusses the nature of the Oregon Wine Industry, noting the sense of community that is present in Oregon. She describes her work at Adelsheim Vineyard and how that experience is helping her with Bellingar Estates. Kim goes on to predict what the future of the Oregon …
 
This interview is with Jose Lopez of Results Partners. In this interview, Jose talks about his experience in the Oregon Wine Industry, including his first impressions of Oregon and what his first jobs in the vineyards were like. He speaks about his jobs before Results Partners and how he learned about viticulture. He took viticulture courses, went …
 
In this episode, we focus on administrative and support staff in the university. When we think about the university, we normally think about teachers, researchers and students. However, all universities have a large number of people who keep things running behind the scenes. We talk with Anmara Kuitert, Departmental secretary and Qing Gong, confide…
 
In this episode, we interview two students of the University of Groningen, Rebecca Rodriguez de Miranda and Irene Omole. Rebecca is a master student in nanoscience. She is a Dutch national who grew up in different countries and did her bachelors at the RUG in chemistry. Irene is a Nigerian born, grew up in Germany, and did her bachelors (Business a…
 
In this episode, we talk about the history and traditions of the RUG, material and immaterial. Our guests have a role keeping the university in touch with its history: Harry Oosterhuis is a beadel who coordinates traditional university ceremonies such as PhD theses defenses. And Arjen Dijkstra is the head of the University Museum. Both tell us abou…
 
This interview is with Julia Cresto of Little Hellion Wines. In this interview, Julia starts off by saying she wanted to find a job that would be her passion, and she found that in wine. She goes on to describe her time at Oregon State and the many places she’s travelled which gave her the experience she needed to land a permanent position at Ponzi…
 
This interview is with LM Archer, a journalist specializing in wine. In this interview, she speaks about jobs she’s had as a writer and how her passion for writing began at a young age. She talks about why she decided to write about wine, what the process of telling those stories is, and what it is like working for different publications. She also …
 
Dennis connects via Zoom with poet Steven Reigns to discuss his new book A Quilt for David, which explores through poetry the story of David Acer, the dentist from Treasure Cove, Florida who was accused by multiple people of giving them HIV through dental work in the early 1990s. The story made national news, led to several $1 million-plus insuranc…
 
This interview is with Jesse Skiles, owner of his wine brand Fausse Piste. He begins the interview with discussing how his passion for food led to a career in the wine industry. Jesse shares how he started in culinary school and began working in restaurants after graduation. He fell into wine after working for a winery as a harvest chef, but ended …
 
This interview is with Channing Frye, Jacob Gray, and Chase Renton, partners in Chosen Family wines.Chase described initially learning how to make wine in Italy, and following his studies with working harvests in California, Burgundy, and Oregon. He shares the process of choosing land in the Willamette valley and his support from his family to buil…
 
This interview is with Scott Nelson of Résolu Cellars. In this interview he begins with describing how he began with home winemaking as a hobby, and his hobby later evolving into a business. Scott makes wine with his son Cameron at their urban winery at Scott’s home in Beaverton.Later in the interview, he explains his decision to work with many dif…
 
This interview is with Ginny Adelsheim of Adelsheim Vineyard. In this interview, Ginny speaks about her journey of buying land in the Willamette Valley, building a house, and starting a vineyard. She discusses why they began making wine and what their business was like through the years. She shares photos of the vineyard, the winetasting room, and …
 
After surviving a breakthrough case of COVID, Dennis returns with this Zoom with filmmaker Wes Hurley whose delightful autobiographical film Potato Dreams of America is currently playing the festival circuit and will be released in 2022. The film tells the story of how he moved from Eastern Russian at 16 when his mother became a mail order bride fo…
 
This interview is with Stacey Gibson and Neil Thompson of Park Avenue Fine Wines. They each share what initially interested them in wine, and how they got their start in the industry. Stacey and Neil describe their perspective decisions to move to Oregon, and what each of them did once they got here. Stacey explains how she was educated through Som…
 
This interview is with Earl Cramer Brown, owner of Vertical Wine and Beer. He begins the interview with his philosophy of selling wine, and what challenges and successes he has had over the years. Later, he discusses how the market has changed and how selling wine has changed over time. Earl describes starting his wholesale company, Vertical Wine &…
 
This interview is with Amy Prosenjak of A to Z Wineworks and the Linfield Board of Trustees. In this interview, Amy begins by describing how she got started in the wine industry, what her role is at A to Z Wineworks, and how she has contributed to Linfield programs. She discusses Linfield’s growth in the Wine discipline; beginning with a summer pro…
 
This interview is with Chad Vargas of NewGen Vineyard Services. In this interview, Chad talks about how he began working in the wine industry where he went from working at Adelsheim Vineyard to becoming an entrepreneur and starting his business NewGen. He goes on to discuss the technology being developed for the wine industry, and how these new too…
 
This interview is with Eric Hamacher of Hamacher Wines . In this interview, He begins the interview by describing why he came to Oregon and how he became invested in the Oregon Wine industry. Later on he discusses the influence that 2020 had on the industry, including the impact of COVID-19 and the Oregon fires. Eric speaks about the loss of his 20…
 
This interview is with Brent Braun, Sommelier and wine director at Castagna. He begins the interview with describing his wine interest being sparked after studying history in college where he drank “two buck chuck” and decided to learn more about wine in general. Brent came to Oregon from Santa Cruz because of music, and found himself being drawn t…
 
This interview is with Ewald Moseler. In this interview, Ewald describes his upbringing in the Mosel region of Germany, and his early impressions of vineyards and wine. He goes on to explain how he found himself with a career in the German army, and how wine found its way back into his life again. After his time in the army, Ewald found himself hit…
 
This interview is with Carrie Wynkoop of Cellar 503. In this interview, Carrie talks about her love of wine and everything Oregon, and how she merged the two to begin a business when she realized she wanted to be able to buy Oregon wines online. Carrie wanted to help people know about the small wineries in Oregon and understand that wine in Oregon …
 
This interview is with Sam and Katy Decker of Wine + Peace. In this interview, the couple speak about their introduction to the world of wine and how their vision of Wine + Peace came to be. They talk about their journey here, starting from their Asian-Fusion restaurant in Mexico to their move to Montreal to opening Wine + Peace. They discuss their…
 
This interview is with Kathleen Willcox, wine writer. In this interview Kathleen describes growing up in Germany and tells of her interest in wine and journalism blossoming over the years. She describes starting out writing for her local newspaper, moving to New York, and later working as a freelance writer. Kathleen speaks about what drew her to w…
 
This interview is with Rob and Beth Crittenden of Roanoke Valley Wine Company. In this interview, the couple speak about how they became wine distributers, what it was like representing Pacific Northwest wines, and why Oregon Wine has been so successful. They discuss the collaborative and supportive nature of the Oregon Wine community and go on to …
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by Todd Stephens, the writer director of the new film Swan Song, which is about retired hairdresser named Mr. Pat played by Udo Kier who busts out of his nursing home to do one last job, styling the hair of the dead society matron for her funeral. Todd talks about the real-life Mr. Pat who inspired the movie, collecting st…
 
This interview is with Brendan Stater-West in the Loire Valley in Central France. In this interview, he talks about moving to France and entering the French wine industry, the differences between the French and American practices, and the his experience in France so far. He goes on to discuss what makes a good wine, his philosophy on wine, and his …
 
This interview is with Alex Clark. Alex grew up in a “chemistry family” where he went on to begin his professional life in a lab building molecules. While he was working in this lab, he started writing stand up sets— this led him to move to New York to pursue his career as a comedian. While in New York he was first exposed to wine while working in …
 
This interview is with Miguel Garcia, Manuel Mederle and Trevor Gorham of Vino Veritas wine shop in Portland.The trio come from three very different backgrounds, and discuss how they became interested in wine, food, and hospitality before eventually meeting each other in Portland. Manuel grew up in northern Italy and got into hospitality at an earl…
 
This Interview is with Rex Pickett, author of “Sideways”. In this interview, Rex starts with his upbringing and walks us through the ups and downs of his personal and professional life leading up to writing “Sideways”. He follows up with the process of getting the movie produced. He describes his formative time at UC-San Diego and his work with the…
 
This interview is with Tony Rynders of Tendril Wine Cellars. In this interview, Tony talks about how he got into the wine industry, his previous work experiences, and how that informed where he is today. He provides an overview for his business, his vision, and how he went about choosing what varietals to plant. Towards the end of the interview, To…
 
This interview is with Emily Miller of Leah Jørgensen Cellars. In this interview, Emily speaks about her journey in the Wine Industry, beginning with her experience at Cal Poly where she studied wine, viticulture, and enology. She talks about the internships she did while at school, which included working at Stolo Vineyards, a micro boutique winery…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by actor Arianna Ortiz one of the stars of the new film Nine Days, a unique and moving film about seven souls and the man who decides whether or not they're going to go to earth. Arianna talks about the role she plays Maria, what it's like to create a character with virtually no backstory and what made Nine Days a dream-co…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by four of the creative forces behind the new film Summertime; director Carlos Lopez Estrada, and actors / poets Paolina Acuña González, Raul Herrera and Marquesha Babers. Carlos shares the projects origin story, recalling how he saw a live performance of a group of LA poets and was so knocked out by their performances tha…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by comedian Julia Scotti who is the subject of the new documentary Julia Scotti: Funny That Way, which tells the story of how she began her career in comedy as Rick Scotti in the 80's and 90's before transitioning in her late 40's and going back into comedy as Julia. Julia talks about why she chose to trust filmmaker Susan…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by four of the creators behind the new audio drama 90069: West Hollywood - Brunch, Interrupted, which is one of a series of Zip Code plays produced by the L.A.-based Antaeus Theatre Company. The four guests are writer Sean Abley, actors Parnell Damone Marcano and Bill Brochtrup (who is also the company's Artistic Director)…
 
On this special Pride month podcast, Dennis handles the audio editing on this one as he welcomes past podcast guest Steven Reigns to present a project he produced about the legendary disco star Sylvester's Los Angeles roots. Here's the official synopsis: Born in Watts, Los Angeles, to a middle-class African-American family, Sylvester developed a lo…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by Michael Anthony, author of the new book Life at Hamilton, which documents his experience as the Bar Manager at the Richard Rogers Theater where the Broadway sensation Hamilton premiered in 2015 and went on to become a global phenomenon. Mike talks about the book’s humble beginnings as social media posts, how they gradua…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by singer-dancer-actor=model-porn star-Only Fans entrepreneur Valton Jackson who just released an EP of remixes for his sexy single "Shirtless" and also posted a spot-on video to Instagram, where he recreates Britney Spears' "Sometimes" video at a water villa in the Maldives. He talks about the making of that video, growin…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by his old pal, comedian Jim David to talk about Jim's hilarious new album Gay Jokes for Straight Cruisers, which he recorded on a trans-Atlantic cruise in March 2020. He talks about what inspired him to put the album together, the early-COVID time capsule quality of the album and the thrill of going to Number 1 on iTunes.…
 
Dennis connects via Zoom with actress and singer Kathy Deitch, one of the stars of the comedic musical homage Titanique, which streams live on Sunday, May 2nd at 7:30 PM EST / 4:30 PST. Kathy plays "Kathy Bates as Molly Brown" in the send-up, which originated as a stage production that played both in New York and LA. Kathy talks about how she got i…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by actor Randy Harrison to discuss the play he's currently appearing in, Mike Bartlett's Cock, which is streaming through April 18th through the Studio Theatre in Washington DC. In the play, he plays John, a self-identified gay man who leaves a long-term relationship, begins seeing a woman soon after and ends up torn betwe…
 
Dennis Zooms with the three men behind the new prison romance "Luz;" writer-director Jon Garcia and actors Ernesto Reyes, who plays prison newbie Ruben and Jesse Tayeh who plays his seen-it-all cellmate Carlos. They talk about shooting in a real prison in Oregon, why they couldn't wear blue during shooting and including actual inmates in the film. …
 
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