Brewocracy Now with John Mauro ~ 8/06

Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro is on KPTZ with a web-based format, in a weekly time slot Thursdays, from 12:10 to 12:40pm. Discovery Road DJ host Tim Quackenbush hosts John’s virtual online meeting as a live broadcast, with updates on the fast-changing local world in and around Port Townsend.

Stay tuned for the weekly chance to learn more about developments for the City of Port Townsend. John will take questions and encourage productive dialogue (and exemplary virtual meeting etiquette) to steer through a range of topics. 

Brewocracy Now Call-In Line
(call in your question during the 12:10 to 12:40pm broadcast):
360-215-7270

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Tossed Salad for 7/20/2018

For Can’t Wait for Salad at 12:20, Phil Andrus will be doing a Memorial Tribute to Wendell Ankeny, along with Skip Cadorette and Bill Putney.  Following that will be:

1:00 – Crosby Lane, country spirituals
2:00 – Al Bergstein, Olympic Peninsula Environmental News
2:30 – BOCC Candidate Greg Brotherton
3:00 – BOCC Candidate Craig Durgan
3:30 – Karen Berge brings vinyl from her feminist seventies
4:30 – Deborah Kate Hammond, reading …

Bill Ransom

(First airdate: July 18, 2018) Port Townsend Writers Conference Founder Bill Ransom talks with Cris Wilson about his writing life, poetry and his creative autobiography Learning the Ropes.

#115 Scott Rogers, owner of Dogs-a-Foot

(First airdate: July 17, 2018) SCOTT ROGERS: BOSS MAN AT ALDRICH’S & DOGS-A-FOOT. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Scott Rogers, who owns two local icons – Aldrich’s and Dogs-A-Foot. Scott jumped around a few career paths, laying carpets, selling security systems and running restaurants. But when the bottom fell out of his life in the Great Recession, Scott somehow found both the love of his life (his now wife Robin) and a home in Port Townsend. Buying Dogs-A-Foot four years ago seemed like a natural fit for his entrepreneurial nature. Then Aldrich’s became available a little over a year ago. Scott is trying to take the venerable Port Townsend fixture back to its roots as a true community general store and gathering place.

Compass for the Week of 7/16/2018

This week on the Compass, we take you inside the nearly 100-year-old structure that was once the Beaver Valley General Store and meet the people who have turned it into a new and very sweet place … literally.

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Postcard From the Trail


As some of you may know, KPTZ’s own Mike Schleckser (DJ Max) is hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. We’ve just received a postcard mailed June 29 from Lassen Volcanic National Park. His message:
“Has it been 2 months? Wow! I’m 1/2 way home. Boiling Lakes, Bubbling Mud, Sulphur Steam. I swam in a geothermic pool. Hope all is well. Keep on Rocking.”

Tossed Salad for 7/13/18

Another lovely summer week, another Can’t Wait for Tossed Salad at 12:40 this Friday. Phil Andrus opens with Mark Rose of the Brinnon Group. And then:

1:00 – Kara Hesse band
1:30 – Gwendolyn Tracy, Marine Trades Association
1:45 – Bob Rosen, South County Report
2:15 – BOCC Candidate Ryan McAllister
2:45 – Tracy Spring, her voice, her songs
3:30 – BOCC Candidate Jon Cooke
4:00 – Joe Stanton, brings his songs from British Columbia
4:30 – Don White, reading …