Brewocracy Now with John Mauro ~ 7/30

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):

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Meeting ID: 872 1438 1087
Password: 816197

Compass for the Week of 12/03/2018

This week on the Compass we attend a presentation on a proven model for creating sustainable and permanent affordable housing, as two leaders of the Lopez Community Land Trust talk with a crowded room of local housing activists.

Tossed Salad for 11/30/2018

Can’t Wait for Salad gets under way at 12:40 with Phil Andrus hosting Michael “Skeeter” Pilarski of the Friends of the Trees Society. Then Tossed Salad gets officially under way at 1pm with:

1:00Leaf and Heather Lovetree
1:45Bob Rosen, South County Report
2:15Bob Triggs, fly fishing guide
3:00Judith-Kate Friedman with “Songs from the Sound”
4:00 – Port Townsend Community Orchestra with conductor Tigran Arakelyan and violinist Gwen Franz
4:30Don White reading “The Reencounter” by Isaac Bashevis Singer

Compass for the Week of 11/26/2018

This summer a unique sight graced the Point Hudson Marina. It was a replica of a Thames River Sailing Barge. At destinations world-wide, a nomadic group of performers called the Caravan Stage Company, transform the tall ship’s 21-foot-wide, 90-foot-long deck into a technologically innovative, contemporary theatre space.

In this two-part series, KPTZ DJ & Reporter Chris Bricker explores the evolution of the Company from its roots to its current manifestation, and listens to the stories that spill from the hold of this vessel called the Amara Zee.

Tuesday, November 27th Is . . .

All of us at KPTZ are very grateful to our loyal listeners for the success of this year’s Fall Membership Drive.

For Giving Tuesday we encourage you to please reach out and support the nonprofit organizations serving needs in our community that are important to you.

If you’re inspired to make your Giving Tuesday donation to KPTZ ~ Thank You! Your support will help KPTZ increase our service to the deserving local community. Donate Now and Stay Tuned . . .

Tossed Salad for 11/23/18

Still thankful after our Thanksgiving holiday, Phil Andrus brings us a Tossed Salad cornucopia of local talents:

1:00Lanny Turay, on guitarist Al Turay and the historic Seattle jazz scene
2:00Al Cairns, Jefferson County Conservation District
2:30Bread and Gravy, Port Angeles band
3:00 – Black Friday, celebrated with Billy Zoom
4:00Cast members of KCPT’s “Spirit of the Yule”/”Every Christmas Story Ever Told”
4:30Heather Dudley Nollette, reading “Middle School Misfortunes Then and Now, One Teacher’s Take”

Coming Friday, December 14, noon to 5pm: Tossed Salad presents an extravaganza at City Hall, at the Museum of Art and History. More details here.

#124 Mike Howell, Howell’s Sandwiches

(First airdate: November 20, 2018) BUILDING SANDWICHES & DREAMS. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Mike Howell, the enthusiastic owner of Howell’s Sandwich shop. He’s a Chicago boy who followed his girlfriend (now wife) to Port Townsend. She had a job, he didn’t. After checking things out, he decided the vacant space Jordini’s once occupied was perfect for a Chicago-style sandwich shop. The walls are covered in old family pictures. One shows a very young Mike in a toy plane in front of a hanger at Howell’s Airport, once owned by his grandfather. Mike has big plans for Howell’s.