New to KPTZ, it’s 10,000 Heroes, your go-to podcast for inspiration and inquiry into what a life of purpose and fun is all about. From creator & host Ankur Shah Delight, who lives and works in Clallam County. Check out these episodes on the first Tuesday of the month, from 6 to 7pm. On July 5 meet Deepak Ram who grew up in South Africa, discovered music as a teenager, studied bansuri (bamboo flute) with the masters in Mumbai, and then found his “thing” as a globally-recognized musician. A fascinating episode, featuring some incredible music.
For a compendium of upcoming featured programs, check out Spotlight for June 16-30. Many of our program hosts provide specifics about what’s planned for the first half of July. If you’re not already a Spotlight subscriber, you’re invited to join our Mailing List. See KPTZ’s current Weekly On-Air Schedule and Daily Program Schedule
KPTZ joins the League of Women Voters-Jefferson County in encouraging everyone to vote, by presenting upcoming election forums, all broadcast live on KPTZ at 5:30pm for three consecutive evenings.
– The Monday, July 11 forum will face off the two candidates for Jefferson County Sheriff: Art Frank and Joe Nole.
– Tuesday, July 12 will feature 5 of the 6 primary candidates for the two seats from Washington’s 24th Legislative District: Mike Chapman and Matthew Rainwater for Position 1, and Darren Corcoran, Brian Pruiett, and Steve Tharinger for Position 2. Position 1 candidate Sue Forde is unable to attend.
– On Wednesday, July 13, the last forum before the August primary will include the candidates for Jefferson County Commissioner, District 3: Greg Brotherton, Jon Cooke, and Marcia Kelbon.
Please submit questions for the candidates to: [email protected] no later than noon on July 8. Concise, unbiased questions directly related to the candidates’ positions and policies will be given priority, and similar questions will be combined.
The forums will also be available via Zoom at the Jefferson County League of Women Voters website.
Community Tides comes to you each month with hosts KPTZ’s Chris Bricker and Siobhan Canty, President & CEO of Jefferson Community Foundation. We invite special guests to discuss fresh ideas, new developments, and new paradigms, as our community sculpts the months ahead. Today, Chris and Siobhan explore the “anatomy” of the Port Townsend Film Festival. We join our new Festival Executive Director, Danielle McClelland; Director of Programming, Jane Julian; Reviewing Team Captain, Pam Kolacy; and Gary Engbrecht, PTFF’s Production Manager. How does it all work and what makes it flick?
This week on Brewocracy Now, KPTZ host Taylor Clark and City Manager John Mauro were joined by Emma Bolin, the City’s new Planning and Community Development Director. They discussed upcoming development projects.
(Reprise airdate: June 29, 2022) Explore everything from flies to folklore as Nan Evans talks with Seattle author, photographer, and urban naturalist, Kelly Brenner, about her book Nature Obscura.