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Broadcast veteran Stephan Cox hosts this weekly program, launched in February of 2017. The show features interviews and discussions with thought leaders, political figures, activists, and journalists, with the aim of informing and inspiring the progressive community across the state. Contact the show at indivisiblepodcast@gmail.com
 
The Exploring Washington State Podcast is for you if you are looking for ideas and inspirations of great places to visit, fantastic places to grab a bite to eat and drink. If you want to know more about the businesses that call Washington State home, learn about the amazing artists who are creating artwork.The State of Washington is an amazing place to live and a great place to visit. The Exploring Washington State Podcast helps to showcase the splendor of Washington State. Remember "there i ...
 
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Get to know the incredible state representatives from the 5th LD, Bill Ramos and Lisa Callan! If you're coming to the 8th CD to canvass for Congresswoman Dr. Kim Schrier, you'll probably also be in the 5th LD, so this is a great introduction to these two wonderful lawmakers who are up for reelection.Show Notes:Bill Ramos's website: http://voteramos…
 
Andrew Byers Head Cider Maker for Finnriver Farm & Cider is our guest for this episode. Finnriver Farm & Cider is located in Chimacum Washington Thanks for tuning into this episode of the Exploring Washington State Podcast! If the information in our conversations and interviews are enjoyable and valuable to you, please head over to iTunes, subscrib…
 
It's been a while, so there is definitely some catching up to do! After a quick recap of the Crimson and Gray game, we catch up with what's been going on with the men's basketball roster before turning our attention to baseball, which came oh-so-close to becoming the scariest team in the Pac-12 tournament. And we make sure to highlight a couple of …
 
Stephanie Morrell is our guest for this episode. Stephanie, is a Western Washington University graduate and long-time Bellingham resident. She joined the Bellingham Bells in October 2013. The 2022 season will be her seventh as general manager, and ninth with the team. In her current role, Stephanie chats with us about Baseball, Bellingham, and more…
 
Tara of Tara's Tiny Trailer is our guest for this episode. Tara like many of us wanted a way to get away from it all. She ended up with a Happier Camper HC1. During our conversation we chat about this tiny trailer and much more. Find out how easy it is to pack up and get out and Explore Washington State with one of these lightweight trailers. This …
 
Sam Lachow is our guest for this episode. Guest host MacKenzie Passegger and Sam recently sat down virtually and had a conversation about Sam's music. After graduating from Garfield High School in 2009 Sam attended SUNY New Paltz. Sam is known for being a producer, songwriter, rapper, videographer, director, and editor of video and music. Kenzie an…
 
John Wohlfert is our guest for this episode. John and his wife Karen have an interesting history with alcohol. John's great grandfather may or may not of blown up part of his home "brewing beer". You need to hear all of the story. Karen's grandmother was known for her Bathtub Gin. Indeed they had outlaws in the Family. We learn how the Wohlfert's n…
 
Cody Miller General Manager of the Walla Walla Sweets is our guest for this episode. Cody is a graduate of WSU and has been involved with the Sweets in some capacity (except as the mascot) since graduation. Find out why he has never been Sweet Lou the Onion. Also find out about the unique thing the Sweets do for the ceremonial first pitch. Find out…
 
Anastasia Allison is our guest for this episode. Kula Cloth is Anastasia's company one that she has grown in a genuine and unique way. Hear her story and get ready to be inspired. Anastasia has always been passionate about the outdoors. She was sidetracked during college by heading down the path to go to medical school because everyone in her schoo…
 
Brittany Walker or as she is known as performer Brittany Jean is our guest for this episode. We recorded this episode sitting outside at SweetRiver Bakery in Pateros Washington under a metal roof while it was raining. We call that ambiance. Brittany grew up in a home where music and the arts were encouraged. She found that she loved songwriting by …
 
Everything you need to know about the draft ruling overturning Roe v Wade, how we respond, and how we win in November!With:- Nina Moussavi, Indivisible’s organizing manager for WA and CA- Will Casey, former communications director for the WA State Democrats and currently a writer for The Stranger- Kat Pipkin, steering committee for the WA Indivisib…
 
Rick Hastings owner of Liberty Ciderworks is our guest for this episode. Rick started making cider because some family members were having challenges with Gluten. What started as a hobby quickly became an urban cidery. Liberty specializes in making cider from Apples grown in the area that thrive in the area. Thanks for tuning into this episode of t…
 
Matt Acker owner and general manager of the Port Angeles Lefties is our guest. Find out about the Lefties, Port Angeles, Baseball, and more during our conversaton. It's almost summer and Baseball is back! This is a ongoing series of conversations with owners and general managers of the Washington State based teams in the West Coast League. As we ge…
 
Paul D McKee joins the show to chat about Art, Sculpture, and of course Tieton. We start the episode talking about Tieton that magical place in Central Washington that so many of our guests seem to be involved with in some manner. Paul's story about Tieton is great! We talk about the mechanics of how a non-profit art gallery can survive in our curr…
 
A quick note: This podcast was recorded last week, before Justice Alito’s leaked draft opinion on abortion. We are preparing a full show on that for next week. Indivisible Vashon's Kevin Jones stops by with a full update on state and national trends shaping this year's midterm election!How to join the Take Action Network: https://bit.ly/Join_TANVol…
 
Charmaine Mosiman brought her love of baking from Miami to Roslyn. Lemon Thyme Macarons is located in downtown Roslyn and serves some of the most delicious and beautiful treats you have ever tasted. We chat about Charmaine’s journey from Miami to college in California where she met her future husband. (He’s from Roslyn) to moving to Roslyn. Thanks …
 
Rob Neyer commissioner of the West Coast League joins the show to talk summer baseball in Washington state. Rob tells us about the West Coast League which now has 16 teams including seven in Washington state. The teams in Washington are based in Port Angeles, Bellingham, Longview, Richfield, Wenatchee, Yakima and Walla Walla. West Coast League is a…
 
Kevin the Berner, a virtual therapy dog, is our guest for this episode, well, his owner/ translator Diana is! Through social media, Kevin has provided comfort to over 80-thousand people online. Wanting to have a therapy dog to make a difference in other people’s lives, Diana began taking Kevin to youth groups and assisted care facilities. During hi…
 
For episode 165 of Exploring Washington State, we sat down with Phillippe Bishop. Phillippe is the co-owner of Alpine Fire Cider, a local cider located in Port Townsend, Washington that enjoys a climate of mild summers and foggy falls, adding to the apple trees flavor. Phillippe tells us stories of how the cidery first began in 2003 where he was bo…
 
It's go-time for Midterm Election 2022, and we've got a whole show dedicated to where you can find great volunteer opportunities. With:Annalee McConnell, co-coordinating Indivisible Port Townsend's election project called WITHHarris Schwartzeich, vice president of the board of Seattle Indivisible, and he runs the elections committeeShow notes:Port …
 
Mónica Guzmán is a woman that is fueled by curiosity and driven by engaging conversations. Guzmán, author of I Never Thought Of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times, talks about the stories and interactions that led her to write a book. Guzmán, transparently left leaning, was raised by two Mexican i…
 
Let's put pressure on Boeing for continuing to contribute to elected officials who voted to overturn our 2020 election.Fix Democracy First executive director Cindy Black joins us to talk about the campaign that's underway to not only stop these contributions, but to also demand the return of corporate PAC donations.Show Notes:Sign the petition - ht…
 
WSU men's basketball has lost a bunch of players since the end of the season, including Noah Williams and Efe Abogidi, which means we need to talk through the impact of their departures and what the Cougs need to do to reshape the roster ahead of what should be a season with big expectations. Plus, the Crimson and Gray game is on tap for this Satur…
 
Roddy Scheer author of Oregon and Washington’s Roadside Ecology: 33 Easy Walks Through the Region’s Amazing Natural Areas is my guest for this episode. We talk about his latest book and how he was able to write it while maintaining balance with his home life. Being a environmental focused writer writing about hikes does require a bit of time on the…
 
James Woollard Seattle Sounders Stadium PA Announcer is my guest for this episode. Thanks for tuning into this episode of the Exploring Washington State Podcast! If the information in our conversations and interviews are enjoyable and valuable to you, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and…
 
Chewelah Farmers Market manager Brad Shaffer is my guest for this episode. Brad shares with us stories about the Chewelah Farmers Market. Since 2008 Chewelah Farmers Market has helped build community in Chewelah. Find out about vendors who bring their goods to the market from all around the region. Learn about the dairy farm that is bringing organi…
 
Fran Dunaway is my guest for this episode. Fran is the co-founder of Tomboy X a gender neutral underwear brand based in Seattle. Thanks for tuning into this episode of the Exploring Washington State Podcast! If the information in our conversations and interviews are enjoyable and valuable to you, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, a…
 
As the pod and town hall series go on hiatus for a few weeks (back the week of April 25th), Stephan and producer Kat Pipkin offer a brief segment all about how to message effectively around the moment's most pressing issues: The war in Ukraine, the need to confirm Hon. Ketanji Brown Jackson, and the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas and her role in t…
 
René Fabre is my guest for this episode. René and I have known each other for over a decade During our conversation we cover a wide range of topics from Title Insurance, Washington State history. Renton, music and more. René and I share a love of Washington State history. During our conversation we talk about process that was used to survey the Sta…
 
In this episode of Exploring Washington State, our guest host, MacKenzie Passegger sits down with local Seattle musician: Grieves. Their conversation covers the basics like where Grieves is from, how he got his stage name, and where his inspiration for hip hop music comes. The conversation also explores more elements, how to push the limits on his …
 
The WSU men more or less cruised through the first three rounds of the NIT with wins over Santa Clara, SMU, and BYU -- and now they're off to New York City for the semifinals, where they'll face Texas A&M at Madison Square Garden. The women, meanwhile, bowed out in their NCAA tournament opener as their offense failed them against Kansas State. Musi…
 
If you're looking for ways to help with the crisis in Ukraine, this show is for you. Our guests are:Chris Franco, Afghanistan combat veteran, Pacific Northwest Chapter Director of the Truman National Security ProjectTahmina Watson, founding attorney of Watson Immigration Law in Seattle, where she practices US immigration law focusing on business im…
 
Everett Fitzhugh is my guest for this episode. Everett is the Seattle Kraken first radio play by play announcer. We chat about his journey to the NHL. Everett had a goal of being in the NHL by 40. He made it with seven year to spare! Growing up in Detroit Everett began following the Detroit Red Wings and the Edmonton Oilers. He attended Bowling Gre…
 
Seattle based musician Jeremy Shanok is my guest for this episode. Every now an then you stumble across an artist who has a fresh and innovative style. Jeremy Shanok is indeed both. Our conversation is lighthearted and fast moving. Jermey plays publicly of the first time a new song. Potentially named Hold Me. Jeremy is the front man for the Winters…
 
If you haven't had a chance to check out our discussion with Postcards to Swing States founder Reid McCollum, I highly recommend it. Postcards are a great way to onboard folks who are new to activism, and we're going to need to get folks off the sidelines any way we can.Additionally, Reid is a messaging expert and, really, just a human ray of sunsh…
 
Matt T Wood is my guest for this episode. Matt is the founder of Double Dagger Studio is an independent game development studio from Seattle, Washington. Matt began designing games professionally in 1997 starting at 3D Realms' Later Matt worked at Valve. He has worked on such epic titles Duke Nukem Forever, Max Payne, Half Life 2, Portal 2, Left 4 …
 
The WSU women's basketball team is off to its second consecutive NCAA tournament, while the men's team makes its return to the postseason -- for the first time in a decade -- with an appearance in the NIT. And baseball picked up a win against No. 4 Oregon State! Music by Randy England. You can find more of his work on Instagram. Subscribe to us on …
 
Paula Boggs is my guest for this episode. Paula’s music is powerful. Her journey is encouraging. This is a must listen episode. "Seattle-Brewed Soulgrass" It is a disservice to describe Paula with just one title. Her background is extensive. Raised in the segregated south until her parents divorced. Paula spent her junior and senior high school yea…
 
Lora Liegel is our guest for this episode. Lora is the Market Director for the Bellingham Farmers Market. Lora chats about how the market is celebrating 30 years of bringing local sustainable agriculture and local farmers to to the Depot Market Square location This year for the opening day the market will be bringing back the famed Cabbage Toss! Fi…
 
I'm sure you're familiar now with the attacks on our public schools and school boards. They have been under siege by those whose messaging and tactics are being driven by GOP politicians and the Christian right, agitating around things like mask mandates and any and all forms of education teaching equity in our schools.On Tuesday, March 8th, we hos…
 
As I say in my intro, I'm sure you're familiar now with the attacks on our public schools and school boards. They have been under siege by those whose messaging and tactics are being driven by GOP politicians and the Christian right, agitating around things like mask mandates and any and all forms of education teaching equity in our schools.On Tues…
 
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