Best willamette podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Willamette Living
Willamette Living is a print magazine all about, you guessed it, life in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store
Willamette Wake-up
KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Willamette Christian Church
Portland Lounge Series
Portland Lounge Series is an Interview/Performance podcast produced by Willamette Week/, Portland Radio Authority and Blackbird Presents in Portland, Oregon. Every month, the show invites three Portland-based artists for a live interview and set. Past guests include Scout Niblett, Kind of Like Spitting, Illmaculate and John Weinland. The goal of the show is to expose audiences (both at Portland's fabulous Towne Lounge and those at home) to budding and established musicians that a ...
WPC Corvallis Sermons
WPC is committed to Biblical authority and evangelical proclamation of the historic Christian faith. For those local to the mid-Willamette Valley, we encourage you to visit us for Sunday worship!
Battle of the Wilamette
Podcast by Battle Of The Willamette
Morning Psalm and Prayer
Let's get our day started right by jumping into The Word.
Native Vs. Transplant
Willamette Week is Portland's favorite media company.
Theatre Talk
Theatre Talk is a show about live theatre performing in the Mid-Willamette Valley. Host Ann McBride talks about what is opening, playing, and auditionong in the area, and interviews directors, actors, and other members of productions.
One River Many Voices
The Willamette River plays an important role in the environmental, economic, recreational and cultural life of Oregon. Yet the industrial stretch of the river through Portland contains historic pollution that will require a Superfund cleanup. This audio series tells some of the stories of the river, through the voices of those who have historical wisdom, expert knowledge of these complex issues or dreams for the future. Listen for perspectives from scientists, conservationists, individuals w ...
This Week in Salem
Every Other Thursday coinciding with the Salem Weekly publishing date. AP Walther, Salem Weekly’s executive editor, is guest with host Ken Adams discussing local news based on articles in the current Salem Weekly. Located in the center of the Willamette Valley, Salem Weekly and is the area’s largest independent newspaper. Celebrating eight years, covering local news, art and entertainment.
Cross The Stream Podcast
Two brother's, born and raised in Montana, current college coaches (Kip-Men's Basketball Willamette University, Kane-Football University of Washington) who want to spread both the concept of "Cross The Stream" in taking risks in life, and gaining knowledge from anyone you encounter...and who also want to enjoy working together and sharing their own unique brand of insight/humor/and discussion!
Straight Talk with Melissa Hopkins
Join us on Thursdays at 2:00 pm est and 11:00 am pacific. Stay tuned for interesting new guests and topics. We have added a new show with a completely new format. It will be extremely local featuring the Willamette Valley In Oregon. The home of the great wine country, fabulous universities, unique communities and special individuals who make it all happen. So stay tuned for our new format show on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm pacific time.
Salem History Matters
Deb Meaghers and Kimberli Fitzgerald share their passions for mid-Willamette Valley history and engage listeners in the value of preserving and blending our rich historic legacy into our contemporary lives. Interviews with area historians, authors, historic homeowners, neighbors in our historic districts, curators of local museums, and commercial building owners and renovators offer insight into why preserving, living and working in our historic resources are so integral to our sense of comm ...
Cogill Wine and Film: A Perfect Pairing
Film-critic, Gary Cogill, has reviewed more than ten thousand films and conducted twenty thousand interviews over a 25+ year career. Wine expert, Hayley Hamilton Cogill, is a Sommelier who travels the world chasing the grape, always in search of the perfect glass. Together they are the perfect pairing. From films like Lawrence Of Arabia to "Heat" to "La La Land," to spectacular Willamette Valley Pinot Noir and traveling through Italy, Spain, Napa and beyond, join them for an inciteful conver ...
Talking About Art
KMUZ’S Talking About Art host, Joel Zak, talks about the local Salem Art scene and interviews local artists and art related organizations and businesses. KMUZ 88.5 FM is a non-commercial, all-volunteer, listener-sponsored radio broadcaster whose mission is to stimulate, educate, and entertain our audience by reflecting the diverse cultural heritage and artistic expression of our region through locally generated programs. We aim to engage communities in the mid-Willamette Valley by sharing mu ...
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Co-host Emily Wood welcomes author Kate Schatz, illustrator Miriam Klein Stahl, and WU professor Cindy Koenig Richards to discuss the relationship between art and activism, plus some rad women!
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker: Joel Dombrow Series: What I Want For Christmas The post Peace appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
Margo Pabst talks about her work at the Sandra Bloom House, a residential drug treatment program in Stayton, and the relationship between trauma and addiction.
Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council.
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker: Joel Dombrow Series: What I Want For Christmas The post Joy appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
Salem resident Nichole Tarter discusses her experiences living near dieldrin-contaminated soil and her efforts to advance awareness about this banned insecticide.
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker: Grant Hickman Series: Getting It Together The post Getting It Together appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
Professor Wendy Petersen Boring and Abby Bernhard discuss their food justice education and community building efforts and offer some ways for everyone to get involved–from supporting local farms to being more thoughtful about what we eat and knowing where our food comes from.
This week’s episode is packed with resistance news from across Turtle Island and beyond. Struggles led by water protectors against gas and oil infrastructure are happening, seemingly, everywhere. This past week, students have been busy, while prisoners have not. We have a brief update on the work stoppage and Holman Prison. We also have intervi ...…
Salem Hoops Project Presents The Player's Podcast
Kip Ioane talks about his process of recruiting players at Willamette University
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker – Joel Dombrow Series – Break The Bank The post How to be a Giver appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
Michael Rose talks with Mike Barnett, assistant director, CASA of Polk County. The topic: special advocates for children in foster care.
Alex Buron, Latino Unidos Siempre, talks about activities youth are engaged in as part of LUS’s mission. Specifically about actions around DACA and the annual community Heritage Dinner.
Gretchen Bennett, Salem Human Rights and Relations Commission and Danielle Meyer, Commission co-chair and LGBTQ Task Force chair talk about the upcoming Transgender Day of Remembrance event and other commission activities.
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker – Grant Hickman Series – Break The Bank The post True Poverty appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
This week we have a greater amount of animal liberation actions to report on than usual. We interview Sam from DC Legal Posse about the first J20 trials beginning next week, and what people can do to support the defendants. After the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas on Sunday, we explore whether it makes sense to designate white men a ...…
Chuck talks about the City’s recently-adopted Strategic Plan, the City’s securing an option to purchase the buildings and land on the block of Commercial Street just south of the Center Street Bridge and what’s next after the City Council’s rejection of the “sit-lie” ordinance.
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker: Jon Furman Series: Break The Bank The post Everything is God’s appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
Jan Margosian and Cindy Condon discuss activities of the interim legislative committees and what it means for the short session beginning in February. Topics included the work by OLCC on marijuana rules, education and the Equifax identity breech.
(2017) Do a little dance, drink a little wine, and if your heart races too least there's a doctor in the house at Cubanisimo Vineyards in Oregon's Willamette Valley. We'll meet the good doctor (and his very lovely nurse) on this unforgettable visit. Have you ever tried wine that's Kosher? What's different about it, you ask? We wondere ...…
The Thirsty Catholics – Mater Dei Radio
We attempt to sharpen our intellect with a Chestertonian edition of the big show. We celebrate the wit and wisdom of English writer and Catholic apologist GK Chesterton with Nick Plato, Vice Chairman of the Chesterton Academy of the Willamette Valley. Mater Dei Radio’s John Lundeen shifts gears for an exploration of the spirituality of baseball ...…
Brandon and Amanda get geeky about Oregon wine, Pinot Noir, clones and the stories and families that make the magic happen in the Willamette Valley.
George Lakey was the keynote speaker for the 2017 Salem Peace Lecture that occurred on October 25th. In this interview on October 23rd, Lakey talked about his newest book Viking Economics and non violent resistance to create sustainable social change.
Michael Rose talks with Polk County resident, Bob Cortright, citizen activist with the No Third Bridge campaign.
City Administrator Keith Campbell describes proposed changes to Stayton’s charter that will be up for a vote in the November 7, 2017 Special Election.
Silverton Mayor Kyle Palmer discusses two measures on Nov. 7, 2017 Special Election: Addition of a new gas tax for road maintenance & repair and Continuation of operating levy to keep community pool open year round.
Willamette University students and debate union captains Kricia Ruano, Emily Wood, and Emilia Cubelos discuss their recent experiences with debating topics related to climate change and why these exchanges matter.
Roman Martinez and Evelyn Cushings talk about Martinez’s short horror film “Love a Clown.”
Eric Howald, long time reporter for Keizertimes, is a new program host on Willamette Wake Up on second Fridays. His segment, News from the North, will feature news and interviews with the people of Keizer. In this first episode, Melanie Zermer interviews Eric about his background and ideas for his segment.…
Cynthia Richardson & Karma Krause of Salem Keizer School District and Marilyn Williams & Reginald Hendrix, Local NAACP discuss achievement gaps with African American Students and what each organization is doing to address the gap and ensure an equitable education for all students.
Professor Allison Hobgood and Willamette University student Johanna Lyon discuss the relationship between sustainability and disability, as well as a public film screening and discussion on 10/12/17. Check out the trailer here deej
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker – Jon Furman Series – Elephant in the Family Room The post Why Won’t You Change appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
Debbie McCleary, Dallas School District employee, talks about the Kindness Club, a group of volunteers who provide material assistance to “at risk” students in the Dallas School District
Kenny Larsen PIO City of Salem and Allen Dannen Asst. City Engineer, provide information about the $18.6 million Library seismic upgrade bond on the Nov 7, 2017 election.
Mike Gottebra, outgoing public information officer for the City of Salem for 14 years, reminisces about his work with the city and the importance of municipal government.
Willamette University student Alexus Uentillie, Archivist Mary McRobinson, and Hallie Ford Museum Curator Jonathan Bucci discuss Betty LaDuke’s visit to Willamette University’s campus and a panel event on Tues., 10/10 from 4:30-6pm in the Ford Hall Theater. LaDuke’s visit is supported by the Green Fund Grant and the Hatfield Library. Green Fund ...…
Living Out Loud Podcast: Health & Wellness | Entrepreneurship | Blogging | Work-Life Balance | Lifestyle
Show Notes Intro Willamette Week's Best of 2017 2:20 Starting of UrbanWaxx the who, what and why 3:40 Entrepreneurs - filling the gap in an industry and doing it better 7:08 Imposter syndrome and how entrepreneurs can get over it 15:00 Lessons about accountability when you mess up 25:00 UrbanWaxx is growing and now has 90 employees 28:00 Buildi ...…
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker – Joel Dombrow Series – Elephant in the Family Room The post You Hurt Me appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
Eric and Michael catch up with Kristen Wohlers from the Canby Herald about a series of shootings happening in Canby---Eric loves the Willamette Falls and we get an update on the proposed River Walk and why it's been stalled---Sports Insider Ron Callan talks about the Adidas/NCAA Scandal/Sneakergate/100kgate---Vance Tong gives us a Business Trib ...…
Portland-based filmmaker Kelly Baur and WU student Diana Marquez-Guerrero discuss an upcoming public event at Willamette University on Thursday, 9/28 about the relationship between muralism and radical politics. This upcoming public event is at Willamette University’s Cat Cavern in the Putnam University Center on Thursday, 9/28 Map of Campus Here.…
Ken Hetsel, who learned from his own struggle with mental illness and homelessness the value of “peer support” communities in breaking down the debilitating isolation experienced by the mentally ill, leads and supports such a community here in Salem. In this interview, Ken explains why it works for him and others.…
Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council, which included the Council’s consideration and rejection of a proposed “sit-lie” ordinance, which City staff brought forward in response to complaints by some downtown business owners about the downtown homeless population.…
This week's conversation is with Meg Murray on being a feminist and building a statement brand. Meg is an exceptional connector, passionate community builder, and wine industry expert. She is the Founder of NASTY WOMAN WINES; a progressive wine brand that produces unapologetically tasty wines and donates 20% of their net profits to help get mor ...…
Background Lainey always loved and wanted to own goats while growing up, but never lived in a place that could house them until she built her No Regrets Farm located in the beautiful Willamette Valley of Oregon. Lainey tried breeding first, but after one round, she realized that wasn’t the road she wanted to follow. She then began adopting and ...…
Marc and Rebecca discuss the recent sit/lie proposed Cit of Salem ordinance, and the Arta Potties, an effort to provide sanitation services to the homeless in Salem. You can listen to ALL of the Downtown Lowdown interviews with Rebecca and Hope by clicking this link: The Downtown Lowdown series with Rebecca Maitland and Hope Skelton…
Marc and Janet Bauer of Oregon Center for Public Policy discuss the initiative Petition to repeal parts of the Oregon Provider Tax passed in the 2017 legislature, and the third attempt by Senate Republicans in Washington DC to repeal the Affordable Care Act. You can listen to all of the Fourth Friday Focus interviews with OCPP by clicking this ...…
Jan Margosian and Cindy Condon host a Salem City Club 50 Year Anniversary show with three past presidents as guests.
Lead coordinator Kaileigh Westermann discusses the many activities available during Open Streets Salem this Saturday from 11am-3pm. Open Streets Salem Facebook link:
“Go back to California!” is a refrain commonly heard in Portland, with Californian transplants often blamed for the city’s growing pains and rising costs. But Willamette Week contributor Crystal Contreras, in a series of columns, argues that Portland’s anti-California hate can be viewed as a kind of nativism and xenophobia.…
Willamette Christian Church Sermons
Speaker – Joel Dombrow Series – Elephant in the Family Room The post I Didn’t Mean That appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By (Willamette Christian Church).
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