(Airdate: July 31, 2020) The Community Weaver for Housing Solutions Network speaks on the affordable Housing crisis In Jefferson County.
(Airdate: July 31, 2020) A history of activism and dispatches from the Portland clashes with Federal Agents.
(Airdate: July 24, 2020) Louie and Selena of Louie’s World talk about Karaoke during a pandemic.
(Airdate: July 17, 2020) Amy J. Bartlett, former employee of the Chimacum School District, offers her perspectives on Jefferson County schools pre- and post-pandemic.
(Airdate: July 17, 2020) Elisheba Johnson, member of the Executive Cohort of Wa Na Nari, and “shy arts administrator trying to change the world”, talks about supporting Black arts and culture in Washington.
(Airdate; July 10, 2020) Will O’Donnell, Certified Pizza Expert, is a Jefferson County pillar, responsible in part for Finnriver, the Creamery, and the Farmers Market. He shares some dubious but intriguing perspectives on pizza, both local and international.
(Airdate: July 10, 2020) Jaclyn Koc Connor, Certified Pizza Expert, is a co-owner of the Uptown Pub, and carries an East Coast gaze to the most beloved food institution in the world, both regarding the best pizza local and otherwise, and how best to reheat it, and fascinating yeast sourcing.
(Airdate: July 3, 2020) George Marie on the power of writing our own stories and the limits of language.
(Airdate: July 3, 2020) Pete Langley on metal molding and Jefferson County industry.
(Airdate: June 19, 2020): Musician Grace Love on the Juneteenth Rally in Port Townsend that drew over 1,000 people; and her forthcoming beverage SoulPunch, her music career, and what Juneteenth means to her as a person of color.
(Airdate: June 19, 2020) Xat.se is spokesperson for the Jefferson County Anti-Racist Fund – https://www.jcarf.org/about.
(Airdate: June 19, 2020) Rico Quirindongo, a principal at DLR Group and chair of the Pike Place Market PDA, on design and its connection to race and status in the U.S.
(Airdate: June 12, 2020) Nathaniel Luke Pinzone, one of the original protestors at CHAZ (Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone).
(Airdate: June 12, 2020) Jim Cotton of the Tunnel Tavern, talks about opening up in COVID days.
(Air date: June 12, 2020) Scott Ross of Finistere on how the pandemic is affecting the local service industry.
(Airdate: June 5, 2020) Sean Vinson, Black Lives Matter of Jefferson County, offers local focus on this worldwide movement:
(Airdate: June 5, 2020: Brian Kuh, EDC Team Jefferson, on the impact of COVID-19 on the local economy: