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Real Perspectives Podcast
Alan Reay, President of Atlas Hospitality Group

Real Perspectives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 36:21


In mid-2020, as the global COVID-19 pandemic was beginning to make its way across the globe, the hotel industry was anticipated to be extinct in the near future. And it very nearly came to be!However, just a year later, the swing has been one of the most remarkable in the commercial real estate industry, and today's guest, Alan Reay, president of Atlas Hospitality Group, will tell us just how that came to be.Alan has been one of the most prominent brokers in hospitality in California and has had the front seat to a remarkable industry that continues to break records even while the uncertainties linger and business as usual is anything but that.

Paddling Adventures Radio
Episode 302: Killarney Provincial Park’s new reservation system; Alabama’s Bartram Canoe Trail; Mapping Puget Sound’s shoreline

Paddling Adventures Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 68:42


Episode 302 ~ November 25, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Killarney Provincial Park is switching how you reserve a backcountry site starting in 2022 The Bartram Canoe Trail in Alabama is a trip you may want to add to your paddling list One man has taken it upon himself to start creating a 360 degree […]

Paddling Adventures Radio
Episode 302: Killarney Provincial Park’s new reservation system; Alabama’s Bartram Canoe Trail; Mapping Puget Sound’s shoreline

Paddling Adventures Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 68:42


Episode 302 ~ November 25, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Killarney Provincial Park is switching how you reserve a backcountry site starting in 2022 The Bartram Canoe Trail in Alabama is a trip you may want to add to your paddling list One man has taken it upon himself to start creating a 360 degree […]

The Ian Furness Show
Mike Sando - Is it time to trade Russell Wilson? + other notes from another crazy weekend in the NFL

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 10:43


Tune in every Monday at 2:20pm for Mike Sando's weekly visit talking all things NFL as we look around the league at the Sunday in the rearview mirror. Mike's visit is brought to you by Cascade Ice Sparkling water, a locally owned company in Everett WA. Need a caffeine kick without sugar, calories or carbs? Grab a 16 ounce can of Cascade Ice with 160mg of Organic Caffeine. If you don't want the Caffeine, Cascade Ice is also available in a 17.2 ounce bottle that is Caffeine, carb, sodium and Gluten free. You can find these great tasting Cascade Ice items at Grocery locations in the Puget Sound area

Secrets of the Middle Market with Tony Lystra
DevHub CEO Mark Michael stresses the human connection

Secrets of the Middle Market with Tony Lystra

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 36:50


In acquiring Brickwork Software in May, DevHub tried to create a personal connection that is often missing in tech, according to DevHub CEO Mark Michael.

Real Perspectives Podcast
Tom Rossiter, President and CEO of RESAAS

Real Perspectives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 31:15


Today's guest is Vancouver, British Columbia-based Tom Rossiter, the president and CEO of RESAAS, a business network platform that real estate agents across the globe can utilize to communicate, exchange ideas and information and ideally close deals faster. Tom's company is well known within the residential brokerage community, however, the company recently discovered a group of commercial brokers also adopting the platform for their use, bringing Tom's vision of expanding into other verticals more into focus.Now, as RESAAS is looking to grow, it is also seeking ways through which it can become relevant within commercial real estate and how it can add value inside that communication value chain.

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner
Listener Q & A w/ Neighbor Reinaldo + Origins of Breakdancing

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 89:53


What's up to my ludicrous leptons and grub-knuckled gluons! Welcome back to the BNP and thank you for joining! Shout out to my patrons- y'all are the spike protein in my soon-to-be-unveiled omega variant! This episode is a solo tapas platter of zany tidbits, audio yum yums, history horchata and turmeric & black pepper seasoned veggies!I speak with my neighbor Reinaldo about Cuban culture, music, and history, and we touch on some current events. Reinaldo also answers some listener questions. This episode also features a brief history of breakdancing, because breakdancing is cool af. Finally I do a little ditty about Bunker Buster O-Bomb-a's unprecedented war on whistleblowers, and we check in to see how imprisoned drone Danial Hale is doing in and what he is having to deal with. Prayers and good wishes to Daniel Hale. (Can I just say: enough with the Kyle Trial. We should all be screaming about the current ongoing (and suspiciously irregular) trial of serial pedo deputy Ghislaine Maxwell, but instead we're talking about a neuro-atypical 17 year old taking rifles to protests. fml). Help the BNP stay on the air for as little as $1/month at www.patreon.com/noetics. When you sign up to be a patron at the $1/month tier, you receive:1) One Dream Interpretation, redeemable any time over email or phone 2) Original Haiku Poem 3) Unlimited Positive Karma! 4) Monthly cargo container shipments of invasive nutria from the Puget Sound. What, you're too good for water rats? Come on man, it's a deal! You can also sign up at other tiers, such as $2/month, $5/month (Two Dream Interpretations) or $50/month (Five Dream Interpretations) and become my own Personal Jesus! Follow me on IG @conantanner Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to the BNP,  and thank you for spreading the word and telling a friend!! Until next week, be excellent to one another and compassionate towards yourself. One Love,ConanTRACKLIST FOR THIS EPISODE John Coltrane - A Love Supreme Part IV (Psalm)Dr. Cornel West - What It Means To Be Human (Talk)Dykotomi - Corvid CrunkBenny Moré - Bonito y SabrosoRebel Diaz - Libertad Polo Montañez - Amanece El Nuevo Año Origins of Breaking Culture - Breaking the Beat in the Bronx (Video)James Brown - Get On the Good FootDead Prez - Overstand Cave Art: Complex Paintings from the Stone Age (Video)Yaima - GajumaruImmortal Technique - Leave the Past BehindDead Prez - No Way As The Way Yellow Magic Orchestra - Firecracker Breakdance: https://www.redbull.com/us-en/history-of-breakdancingSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/noetics)

Take Me With You Podcast
(Ep. 160) Puget Sound Islands: Wish You Were Here!

Take Me With You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 29:59


We are in a series where we revisit all of the Wish You Were Heres that have been shared on our podcast, this time broken down by location. This week we're revisiting locations from the Puget Sound Islands in Washington State. 4:10 AirBnB Experience - Play with Wolves, Anacortes, WA 7:05 Rockaway Beach Park, Bainbridge Island, WA  9:35 The Madison Diner, Bainbridge Island, WA 12:30 Front Street Grill, Coupeville, WA 15:30 Fort Casey, Whidbey Island, WA 18:30 Deception Pass, Whidbey Island, WA 20:25 Whidbey Island Drive-in Theater, Oak Harbor, WA 23:30 Meerkerk Gardens, Greenbank, WA 25:50 Sucia Island, San Juan Islands, WA Follow us on Twitter & Instagram: @tmwypodcast  Leave us a voicemail (or text message): (406)763-8699  Email: tmwypodcast@gmail.com 

Paw'd Defiance
Aboard the Adventuress

Paw'd Defiance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 24:14


The 133 foot schooner Adventuress has been to the Artic and was used by San Francisco Bar Pilots to transfer pilots to and from cargo vessels near the Farallon Islands. Today Adventuress is operated by the non-profit organization Sound Experience, as a platform for environmental education about the Puget Sound. In this episode we board the Adventuress with Associate Teaching Professor Julie Masura as well as a group of current UWT students and recent grads. Masura and Associate Vice Chancellor for Research Cheryl Greengrove teamed up with Sound Experience to provide students with a chance to do some field work. 

Dance Cast
Let's Manifest Unicorns! A Conversation with ODC Creative Director Chloë Zimberg

Dance Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 32:56


Chloë L. Zimberg (she/her), is a dancer, producer, curator, and arts program specialist currently leading ODC Theater as Creative Director. Her work centralizes on the strategic development of equitable performing arts platforms and the live arts sector. Zimberg is the Co-Founder of Chlo & Co Dance, which curates and presents Drove, a twice-annual evening of dance performance by West Coast artists, as well as Tabled, an interdisciplinary discussion series highlighting universal issue areas in the national arts ecology. Zimberg is originally from the Puget Sound and holds a BA in Performing Arts and Social Justice from the University of San Francisco with concentration in Dance and minor emphases in Politics and English Literature. She is an alum of the National Arts Strategies and University of Pennsylvania Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy.

The Ian Furness Show
Mike Sando - Reaction to Seahawks and Packers / OBJ in LA / Do the Hawks have a #1 receiver? / Can in Carolina again

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 12:04


Tune in every Monday at 2:20pm for Mike Sando's weekly visit talking all things NFL as we look around the league at the Sunday in the rearview mirror. Mike's visit is brought to you by Cascade Ice Sparkling water, a locally owned company in Everett WA. Need a caffeine kick without sugar, calories or carbs? Grab a 16 ounce can of Cascade Ice with 160mg of Organic Caffeine. If you don't want the Caffeine, Cascade Ice is also available in a 17.2 ounce bottle that is Caffeine, carb, sodium and Gluten free. You can find these great tasting Cascade Ice items at Grocery locations in the Puget Sound area

Real Perspectives Podcast
Jim Wunderman, President & CEO of the Bay Area Council

Real Perspectives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 41:47


There are few people who understand better what makes the Bay Area tick than Jim Wunderman. He is the CEO of the Bay Area Council, an organization that is fully focused on making the region the most globally competitive and economically productive in the world! The Bay Area Council is a public policy and advocacy organization that was formed in 1945 in an effort to shape the future of the region and keep it as the most innovative, competitive and sustainable in the world. But now that these goals have largely been achieved, the region is faced with a set of new challenges, in some cases challenges of riches, but nonetheless challenges that need to be addressed. In our conversation with Jim, we talk about those and provide a sense of the great opportunities that lie ahead, should these problems be resolved.

KUOW Newsroom
Rain got you holed up? Wait it out with these indoor arts events

KUOW Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 5:39


It's shaping up to be a very wet weekend here in the Puget Sound region. If you're channeling your inner Mossback and working up the nerve to wander about, we have some recommendations for you. KUOW's Kim Malcolm asked Crosscut Arts and Culture Editor Brangien Davis for her picks.

Secrets of the Middle Market with Tony Lystra
Dorothy Li is going back to her roots as CTO of Convoy (podcast)

Secrets of the Middle Market with Tony Lystra

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 14:45


In this podcast episode, the Business Journal sits down with Dorothy Li, who took over the CTO role at Convoy in June.

The Ian Furness Show
Mike Sando - Weekend of outliers / Have the Rams gone too far? The future of Aaron Rodgers / Cook Index: Is Buffalo's too high?

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 9:13


Tune in every Monday at 2:20pm for Mike Sando's weekly visit talking all things NFL as we look around the league at the Sunday in the rearview mirror. Mike's visit is brought to you by Cascade Ice Sparkling water, a locally owned company in Everett WA. Need a caffeine kick without sugar, calories or carbs? Grab a 16 ounce can of Cascade Ice with 160mg of Organic Caffeine. If you don't want the Caffeine, Cascade Ice is also available in a 17.2 ounce bottle that is Caffeine, carb, sodium and Gluten free. You can find these great tasting Cascade Ice items at Grocery locations in the Puget Sound area

Exploring Washington State
Linda Zophi: Booking Music for Bite of Seattle and Taste of Tacoma. Festival Stories and more.

Exploring Washington State

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 75:59


Linda Zophi is our guest for this episode. Linda began working for a Seattle area booking agency in 1980. Eventually she opened her own booking agency and began booking musical talent for the Bite of Seattle and the Taste of Tacoma two iconic Puget Sound annual events.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 feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing listeners just like you! If you want to read about some of the many amazing places to explore in Washington State, you should just pack your bags and go! Explore Washington State is the perfect place for inspiration.    Check it out today.   Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ExploringWash)

This Date in Weather History
1940: The Collapse of the Tacoma Narrows bridge

This Date in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 4:32


The first Tacoma Narrows bridge was locally known as “Galloping Gertie,” since its slender design lacked stabilizing girders, causing it to twist and bounce in the wind. The bridge opened on July 1, 1940, after 29 months of construction and $18 million invested. On the first day of operations, 2,053 crossed the bridge after an inaugural parade of vehicles led by Gov. Clarence D. Martin and Tacoma Mayor Harry P. Cain. But Gertie's life would be short-lived. A little over four months later, on Nov. 7 of the same year, the bridge collapsed during a massive windstorm. The high winds struck the Tacoma-Narrows Bridge at a critical angle and caused vibrations to set up, which eventually collapsed the bridge. Maximum wind speed, 31 mph in downtown Tacoma; probably higher over Puget Sound. The Tacoma Narrows Bridge, with a main span of 2,800 feet was the third-longest suspension bridge in the world at that time, Because planners expected fairly light traffic volumes, the bridge was designed with two lanes, and it was just 39 feet wide. This was quite narrow, especially in comparison with its length. With only the 8-foot-deep plate girders providing additional depth, the bridge's roadway section was also shallow. The decision to use such shallow and narrow girders proved to be the original Tacoma Narrows Bridge's undoing. With such minimal girders, the deck of the bridge was insufficiently rigid and was easily moved about by winds; from the start, the bridge became infamous for its movement. A mild to moderate wind could cause alternate halves of the center span to visibly rise and fall several feet over four- to five-second intervals. This flexibility was experienced by the builders and workmen during construction, which led some of the workers to christen the bridge "Galloping Gertie". The nickname soon stuck, and even the public felt these motions on the day that the bridge opened on July 1, 1940. The failure of the bridge occurred when a never-before-seen twisting mode occurred, from winds at 40 miles per hour. This is a so-called torsional vibration mode, whereby when the left side of the roadway went down, the right side would rise, and vice versa simply put the two halves of the bridge twisted in opposite directions, with the center line of the road remaining motionless. This vibration was caused by aeroelastic flutter. Fluttering is a physical phenomenon in which a structure becomes coupled in an unstable oscillation driven by the wind. Eventually, the amplitude of the motion produced by the fluttering increased beyond the strength of a vital part, in this case the suspender cables. As several cables failed, the weight of the deck transferred to the adjacent cables, which became overloaded and broke in turn until almost all of the central deck fell into the water below the span. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Breaking Waves: Seattle
Episode 4: Can You Hear Us? The New Puget Sound

Breaking Waves: Seattle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 58:31


In the finale of Breaking Waves: Seattle, we look at the collapse of the scene in 1997, and how Seattle struggled to find a new musical identity. From the ashes of grunge, a new scene began to form, focused around emerging genres such as indie rock and electronic music.  We wrap up the series by looking at the legacy of grunge, and examine the bands that followed, and new artists who are taking Seattle in new musical directions. We'll hear from Ben Gibbard, Sir Mix-a-Lot, Ayron Jones, Eva Walker, label executive Josh Rosenfeld, and many others as they describe how Seattle's current wave of musicians have continued to build from the DIY foundation created by the pioneers of the ‘90s. The final episode of Breaking Waves: Seattle is both a portrait and a love letter to one of America's most enduring music scenes. Breaking Waves was produced for Audacy by Osiris Media. For Audacy, Executive Producers are Tim Murphy and Corey Podolsky. Creative Directors are Dave Richards, Leslie Scott and Ryan Castle. For Osiris Media, Executive Producers are RJ Bee, Kirsten Cluthe and Brad Stratton. The show was produced by Brian Brinkman, and written by Jim Allen. Edited and Mixed by Brad Stratton. Narrated by Ryan Castle.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Ian Furness Show
Mike Sando - Mike Holmgren in the Ring of Honor / Coach or quarterback? / Saints without Jameis / Dolphins: A cautionary tale

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 8:46


Tune in every Monday at 2:20pm for Mike Sando's weekly visit talking all things NFL as we look around the league at the Sunday in the rearview mirror. Mike's visit is brought to you by Cascade Ice Sparkling water, a locally owned company in Everett WA. Need a caffeine kick without sugar, calories or carbs? Grab a 16 ounce can of Cascade Ice with 160mg of Organic Caffeine. If you don't want the Caffeine, Cascade Ice is also available in a 17.2 ounce bottle that is Caffeine, carb, sodium and Gluten free. You can find these great tasting Cascade Ice items at Grocery locations in the Puget Sound area

Secrets of the Middle Market with Tony Lystra
Rick Morgan sits down with ExtraHop CTO Jesse Rothstein

Secrets of the Middle Market with Tony Lystra

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 17:31


Earlier this year, Seattle-based cybersecurity firm ExtraHop made headlines when the company was acquired by Bain Capital Private Equity and Crosspoint Capital Partners for $900 million. Despite the deal, which closed in July, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Jesse Rothstein told the Business Journal ExtraHop is still considering an IPO. ExtraHop offers network detection and response (NDR), which allows clients to police their networks for bad actors. Its customers include the Home Depot and Ulta Beauty. Rothstein and fellow co-founder Raja Mukerji, ExtraHop's chief customer officer, were both architects at F5 Networks before founding ExtraHop. In 2016, Rothstein relinquished his CEO role to Arif Kareem and stepped into his current CTO role. The Business Journal sat down with Rothstein to talk about the company's future, the cybersecurity landscape and the power of bedtime stories. 

KUOW Newsroom
Puget Sound cities voted to require hazard pay for grocery workers for as long as the pandemic continues

KUOW Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 1:31


The broadest hazard pay ordinance yet seen in the Northwest is on the November ballot in Bellingham

Gig Harbor Fly Cast
Fly Fishing For Sea Run Coastal Cutthroat | Part 1

Gig Harbor Fly Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 15:19


Sea-run cutthroats are coastal cutthroat trout that live some or most of their lives in saltwater. They feed nearshore along the beaches of Puget Sound and are accessible to fly anglers from the shore. We hope this podcast gives you a great introduction to fishing in Puget Sound. If you're ready for the deep-dive, consider taking our saltwater clinic. We also guide for cutthroat trout walking the beach as well as from our fleet of pedal-drive Hobie fishing kayaks. For information on guided trips, click here.

SAHDBeercast's podcast
SAHDBeercast #52

SAHDBeercast's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 78:08


The Dads continue their mission of hitting as many breweries in Poulsbo, WA as possible by crossing the street from Jon at Marina Market and sitting down with The Kilted One himself Dave Lambert. Owner and brewer, this man knows his beer and it sure does show. Take a listen as we explore the local beer scene, survival during covid and crossing the Puget Sound in a row boat. Thats right... A DAMN ROW BOAT!

The Ian Furness Show
Mike Sando of The Athletic - Thoughts on Saints vs. Seahawks / Are the Chiefs even a .500 team? / How Bengals approached Lamar Jackson

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 11:05


Tune in every Monday at 2:20pm for Mike Sando's weekly visit talking all things NFL as we look around the league at the Sunday in the rearview mirror. Mike's visit is brought to you by Cascade Ice Sparkling water, a locally owned company in Everett WA. Need a caffeine kick without sugar, calories or carbs? Grab a 16 ounce can of Cascade Ice with 160mg of Organic Caffeine. If you don't want the Caffeine, Cascade Ice is also available in a 17.2 ounce bottle that is Caffeine, carb, sodium and Gluten free. You can find these great tasting Cascade Ice items at Grocery locations in the Puget Sound area.

Under 10: Mini Podcasts on Intimacy with Dr. Jessica Tartaro
Episode 43 - How the Hard Times Can Bring Us Closer

Under 10: Mini Podcasts on Intimacy with Dr. Jessica Tartaro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 11:01


In this episode, I share the sad yet empowering story of our recent miscarriage and how that event challenged and deepened my bond with my husband and brought me closer to my community. May this account help others on a similar path to know you are not alone and that we can talk about this. 1:15 Trigger warning 1:25 My intention in telling my story 2:50 How it began 3:25 I had never heard stories to prepare me. 4:35 I had one thing on my side. 5:16 I found my voice – and it worked. 5:45 Refusing to let the pain knock me out of my body. 6:15 A break to breathe 6:35 The exhale and debrief 7:52 A quiet victory underneath our loss 8:25 Tips for supporting someone through a miscarriage 9:53 This week's homework Resources: Every experience of pregnancy loss is different. Mine was only one example.  There are many online resources to educate yourself as well as virtual support groups for meeting others who have shared this experience.  A local midwife recommended “Parent Support of Puget Sound”, a group dedicated specifically to supporting parents recovering from loss of pregnancy. Their website has a wealth of resources and an active calendar of groups:http://psofpugetsound.org/ Podcast produced by Sal DeRosalia Music composed and performed by Aimee Mia Kelley Photo by Julia Kadel on Unsplash Contact Information Dr. Jessica Tartaro Intimacy Coach & Connection Facilitator Pronouns "She" + "Her" Telephone: 1 (480) 993-5562 Email: DrTartaro@gmail.com Website: https://www.drjessicatartaro.com/ “Contact me to schedule an initial, complimentary consultation – called an Exploratory – to explore the fit for coaching together.”

Listen & Learn (or Not)
Whistleblowers, Bullying and Belugas - Oh My!

Listen & Learn (or Not)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 40:25


Claire, Coach Laurie and Anna D discuss how they've dealt w/ bullying in the past. Were they "bystanders" or "upstanders" -- or a little bit of both? Also, not everyone wants to go to Homecoming or Prom, and that's ok. And a beluga whale is swimming around Puget Sound - a rare sight in these here parts! We are both excited and concerned --- or not! (Er, all joking aside, we really *are* excited and concerned, that's no lie)

Field to Fork
Home-Grown Fusion Cuisine with Bar Dojo's Chef Luis Brambila

Field to Fork

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 18:01


In this episode of Field to Fork, we switch things up and move to the other end of the local food economy, where home-grown products serve as inspiration and key ingredients in delicious restaurant dishes found around the Puget Sound. Up in the Edmonds area, local chef Luis Brambila has been making a name for himself with his “Chino Latino” fusion cuisine at Bar Dojo. We caught up with Chef Brambila just before Seattle Restaurant Week to learn more about… Chef Brambila's culinary background, influences and inspiration... The origin story behind one of Bar Dojo's most popular dishes… Some personal favorite places to eat in Edmonds… A special guest star on Bar Dojo's Seattle Restaurant Week menu (hint: listen to Episode 1)... What to *always* put in your home-cooked chicken soup… And more! http://www.bardojo.com Thanks to our sponsors https://www.charliesproduce.com/ (Charlie's Produce) and https://srweek.org/ (Seattle Restaurant Week)! https://www.fieldtoforkpodcast.com/ (Field to Fork) is a Made With Bacon production, all rights reserved.

Hike: Explore | Wander | Live
Hiking Washington's History with Judy Bentley

Hike: Explore | Wander | Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 39:17


Judy Bentley takes listeners through hiking Washington's history and reveals the stories behind Washington's landscape, from Cape Flattery to Cascade Pass, from the Blue Mountains to Cape Disappointment.  We discuss trails as old as 7000 years cross the Cascades.  Hikers may climb to mountain lookouts and follow wagon roads, rail-trails, and expeditions through the Olympic Mountains. (source: judybentley.com)Judy Bentley writes books about history, hiking, biography, and current issues for both adults and young adults. She grew up in Indiana, went to college in Ohio, and lived in New York City before moving to Seattle where she has retired from teaching at South Seattle College.  The second edition of Hiking Washington's History was published by the University of Washington Press with co-author Craig Romano. Walking Washington's History: Ten Cities, published in 2016, is an urban counterpart to Hiking Washington's History. Both books guide hikers and walkers on historically significant routes in Washington State history.Connect with Judy: Visit judybentley.comFind her books hereBuy Hiking Washington's History from University of Washington's Press hereIn this episode, we cover several trails from her book: Olympic PeninsulaCape Flattery Cape Alava and OzettePuget SoundSequalitchew CreekThe North CascadesSourdough Mountain lookoutThe South CascadesTruman Trail - Mt. St. HelensYakima-Cowlitz TrailCentral Washington The Grand Coulee and Steamboat RockEastern WashingtonKettle Falls Chief Joseph's Summer TrailThe Lower Columbia RiverColumbia HillsCape Disappointment Connect with Lori:Instagram: @thehikepodcastTwitter: @thehikepodcastFacebook: @thehikepodcastSupport Independent Podcasting:PayPalPatreon for exclusive episodes and merchSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/thehikepodcast)

In The Moment podcast
Beasts of Seattle: Sea Otters

In The Moment podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:28


Only the occasional sea otter swims in Puget Sound, yet the adorable marine mammal is a local mascot. Cuddly cartoon otters appear on posters lining our waterfront and appear on their fair share of “Greetings from Seattle” postcards. Meanwhile, on Washington's outer coast, a recently reintroduced population of sea otters is on the rise. As part of the Beasts of Seattle podcast series, Town Hall's Podcast Artist-in-Residence Samantha Allen interviews Return of the Sea Otter author Todd McLeish, Dr. Shawn Larson of the Seattle Aquarium, and other experts about what the sea otter means to Seattle. Credits: The music for this podcast was written and performed by John Gould. You can find more of John's music at johngould.bandcamp.com. The art for this podcast was made by Sadie Collins.  Return of the Sea Otter is available from Penguin Random House. Sources: https://wdfw.wa.gov/publications/00314 https://www.seattleaquarium.org/ https://products.kitsapsun.com/archive/2001/06-07/0013_sea_otter_found_way_off_track.html https://www.vox.com/2014/4/24/5640890/otters-rape-baby-seals-monsters-bad https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20210914-how-sea-otters-help-fight-climate-change https://www.aquariumofpacific.org/blogs/comments/chloe_the_sea_otter_demonstrates_otter_pockets https://www.seattleaquarium.org/blog/how-low-can-you-go-puget-sound-edition https://usa.fishermap.org/depth-map/puget-sound-wa/ https://www.nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/wilderness-coast.htm https://www.nwnewsnetwork.org/environment-and-planning/2021-01-06/sea-otter-reintroduction-to-more-of-the-pacific-coast-gets-a-nudge-from-congress https://www.ktoo.org/2018/12/24/alaska-made-sea-otter-pelts-are-highly-prized-tightly-regulated/ http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=wildlifenews.view_article&articles_id=637 Presented by Town Hall Seattle. Beasts of Seattle is part of Town Hall's Artist-in-Residence program.

In The Moment Podcast
Beasts of Seattle: Sea Otters

In The Moment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:28


Only the occasional sea otter swims in Puget Sound, yet the adorable marine mammal is a local mascot. Cuddly cartoon otters appear on posters lining our waterfront and appear on their fair share of “Greetings from Seattle” postcards. Meanwhile, on Washington's outer coast, a recently reintroduced population of sea otters is on the rise. As part of the Beasts of Seattle podcast series, Town Hall's Podcast Artist-in-Residence Samantha Allen interviews Return of the Sea Otter author Todd McLeish, Dr. Shawn Larson of the Seattle Aquarium, and other experts about what the sea otter means to Seattle. Credits: The music for this podcast was written and performed by John Gould. You can find more of John's music at johngould.bandcamp.com. The art for this podcast was made by Sadie Collins.  Return of the Sea Otter is available from Penguin Random House. Sources: https://wdfw.wa.gov/publications/00314 https://www.seattleaquarium.org/ https://products.kitsapsun.com/archive/2001/06-07/0013_sea_otter_found_way_off_track.html https://www.vox.com/2014/4/24/5640890/otters-rape-baby-seals-monsters-bad https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20210914-how-sea-otters-help-fight-climate-change https://www.aquariumofpacific.org/blogs/comments/chloe_the_sea_otter_demonstrates_otter_pockets https://www.seattleaquarium.org/blog/how-low-can-you-go-puget-sound-edition https://usa.fishermap.org/depth-map/puget-sound-wa/ https://www.nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/wilderness-coast.htm https://www.nwnewsnetwork.org/environment-and-planning/2021-01-06/sea-otter-reintroduction-to-more-of-the-pacific-coast-gets-a-nudge-from-congress https://www.ktoo.org/2018/12/24/alaska-made-sea-otter-pelts-are-highly-prized-tightly-regulated/ http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=wildlifenews.view_article&articles_id=637 Presented by Town Hall Seattle. Beasts of Seattle is part of Town Hall's Artist-in-Residence program.

KUOW Newsroom
Puget Sound is the classroom for students at Maritime High School

KUOW Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 4:08


Most high schools go on the occasional field trip, but few take classes on a boat. That's just one of the ways Maritime High School, a new program designed to give 35 ninth graders hands-on experience with marine science, maritime construction, and vessel operations differentiates from the typical high school experience.

How Did They Do It? Real Estate
SA283 | Transforming Underperforming MultiFamily Assets Into Consistent Returns with Mark Shuler and Josh Welch

How Did They Do It? Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 36:52


Mark Shuler and Josh Welch join the show today to share how their company model creates profitable business for their investors. Keep tuning in to learn more about the incredible techniques that will genuinely give you a great real estate investing experience!Key Takeaways To Listen ForWhy Houston is a great market to invest inHow to maximize cost and time efficiency when renovating a propertyBenefits of having in-house contractorsThe impact of effective communication in building an investor databaseHow to prevent conflicts with investors and ideas that change the outlook on real estate investingImportance of applying technology to streamline all business processesAbout Mark Shuler and Josh WelchJosh Welch is the CEO and Founder of Three Pillars Capital Group (TPCG), a Houston-based real estate private equity firm, & Greenline Apartment Management. TPCG purchases and renovates value-add multifamily investment properties targeting a workforce demographic. Mr. Welch has an engineering background and has worked in fields from defense contracting Mark Shuler, R.A. is a licensed Architect in the states of Washington and Texas with more than 35 years of professional experience as an Architect, Engineer, Business Owner, and Real Estate Investor. As the Principal of Shuler Architecture, he has amassed a portfolio of over 500 projects in more than 15 states.As President of SGRE Investments, Mark pursues value-add opportunities that leverage his professional background and capitalize on his skill sets as an Architect and Real Estate Advisor. Since 2015, Mark and his partners have amassed a portfolio of almost 2000 units in Puget Sound and Texas with an acquisition basis of $250M. They have created significant returns and tens of millions of wealth for more than 400 investors and continue to acquire several assets a year.Connect with Mark and Josh Website: Three Pillars Capital Group; SGRE Investments; Shuler Architecture; Greenline Apartment ManagementEmail: mark@sgreinvestments.com; joshw@threepillarscapitalgroup.comTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams

KUOW Newsroom
Ferry riders around Puget Sound are preparing for a dramatic cut in service

KUOW Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 0:54


Starting this weekend, sailings on five routes will be reduced....by up to 50 percent.

Whale Scout Podcast
Scientists Respond to the Lone Beluga in Puget Sound

Whale Scout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 18:33


In October 2021 sightings networks in Puget Sound such as Orca Network, have been buzzing with the bizarre sighting of a lone Beluga whale far from his or her family in Arctic homewaters. The whale has dazzled whale watchers on boats and from home viewing live helicopter footage from a news station. The beluga's brilliant … Continue reading "Scientists Respond to the Lone Beluga in Puget Sound" The post Scientists Respond to the Lone Beluga in Puget Sound appeared first on Whale Scout.

All Ways West Seattle
Field to Fork + Farmbox Greens: West Seattle homegrown

All Ways West Seattle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 24:33


This episode is a "feed drop" of a new podcast: Field to Fork, a deep dive into the local food systems of the Puget Sound area. This debut episode tells the fascinating story of Farmbox Greens, a homegrown "vertical farming" business that has its roots in West Seattle. Field to Fork is produced with support from Charlie's Produce and Seattle Restaurant Week. https://www.farmboxgreens.com/ For more info on Field to Fork, visit https://srweek.org/charliesproduce/ Follow Field to Fork on Instagram & Facebook @fieldtoforkpodcast Follow All Ways West Seattle on Instagram & Facebook @allwayspodcast Field to Fork and All Ways West Seattle are Made With Bacon productions, all rights reserved.

Big Blend Radio
Sherrye Wyatt - Transformational Travel on Whidbey and Camano Islands

Big Blend Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 53:00


On this episode of Big Blend Radio's 2nd Tuesday "Food, Wine & Travel" Show with IFWTWA, Sherrye Wyatt shares what to experience in Whidbey and Camano Islands, as well as their new focus on becoming a transformational travel destination. Located in Washington State, Whidbey and Camano Islands are located in the middle of Puget Sound and an easy drive from Seattle. A great antidote for big city pressures, these rural islands feature wide-open beaches, scenic vistas, outdoor adventures, great art, fine dining, and more. See: https://whidbeycamanoislands.com/  For more about the International Food, Wine & Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA) visit https://www.ifwtwa.org/

Think Humanities Podcasts
Episode 204 - Jeffrey Matthews, Historian & Author

Think Humanities Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 44:41


This week on the THINK HUMANITIES podcast, host Bill Goodman talks to Dr. Jeffrey Matthews, a professor of business and leadership at the University of Puget Sound. They talk about his varied career and his books about Colin Powell and the U.S. Military. THINK HUMANITIES is made possible with generous funding from the Spalding School of Creative and Professional Writing

The Ian Furness Show
Mike Sando - What's going on in Kansas City? / Can the Seahawks improve with Jamal Adams? / Can Big Ben still play?

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 12:48


Tune in every Monday at 2:20pm for Mike Sando's weekly visit talking all things NFL as we look around the league at the Sunday in the rearview mirror. Mike's visit is brought to you by Cascade Ice Sparkling water, a locally owned company in Everett WA. Need a caffeine kick without sugar, calories or carbs? Grab a 16 ounce can of Cascade Ice with 160mg of Organic Caffeine. If you don't want the Caffeine, Cascade Ice is also available in a 17.2 ounce bottle that is Caffeine, carb, sodium and Gluten free. You can find these great tasting Cascade Ice items at Grocery locations in the Puget Sound area.

Paddling The Blue Podcast
Paddling the Blue #45 - Susan Conrad - Kayaking the Sea of Dreams on the Inside Passage

Paddling The Blue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 48:27


For today's episode, I am joined by Susan Conrad and we'll be talking about her love for the Inside Passage. Susan shares her story of her 2010 through-paddle, her preparation for the trip, and how paddling the Inside Passage became a truly life changing experience for her.  Enjoy today's episode with Susan Conrad! Connect: susanmarieconrad.com Check out Susan's books:   Resources: Kayaking the Inside Passage: A Paddler's Guide from Puget Sound, Washington, to Glacier Bay, Alaska Alone in the Passage: An Explorer's Guide to Sea Kayaking the Inside Passage The Ikkatsu Project Cape Decision Lighthouse on Kuiu Island North Sound Baykeeper

Real Perspectives Podcast
Ofer Avnery, CEO & Founder of Real Wave

Real Perspectives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 35:38


Ofer Avnery took a slightly different route to real estate. He created a technology company, sold it and then embarked on the path of easy life in real estate. Well, that's what he hoped to achieve but quickly found himself trying to transform one of the biggest business innovation laggards by building intelligent software that allowed him to see development opportunities where others may not.And, so Real Wave came to be, which today focuses on using some of that artificial intelligence to help him and his investors grow the business, expand into new markets and even create a development company for a new type of affordable housing.

SAHDBeercast's podcast
SAHDBeercast #50

SAHDBeercast's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 55:27


The Dads pit three different versions of Black is Beautiful against each other from Revision, Garden Path and the OG Weathered Souls. One did not hold up.  Topics include fav Puget Sound breweries and beers, Joe's upcoming trip to Cincinnati and as always parenting wins of the week!

Seattle Now
Casual Friday: No crying in baseball

Seattle Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 14:49


The Mariners are out of time. Seattle police are taking their time getting vaccinated. And a lone beluga whale is getting some ‘me time' in Puget Sound. At least we hope that's what he's doing.Guests: Chase Burns, editor of The Stranger and Andrew Walsh, co-host of the Too Beautiful To Live podcast

What Fuels You
S12E10: Jesse Proudman

What Fuels You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 55:02


Jesse Proudman is the co-founder and CEO of Makara, a new investment platform democratizing access to the cryptocurrency markets, and the co-founder of Strix Leviathan, a crypto investment manager powered by a sophisticated proprietary trading platform. Prior to Strix Leviathan and Makara, Jesse founded Blue Box, a cloud computing startup that he led to a successful acquisition by IBM. During his time at IBM as an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Jesse focused on blockchain technology and cryptocurrency applications. With more than two decades of experience as a technical entrepreneur, Jesse serves on the board for the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Washington and the Strix Leviathan Nest Fund Investment Committee. Jesse earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Puget Sound and is currently based in Seattle with his family.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Books Network
David B. Williams, "Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound" (U Washington Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 60:56


Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound (University of Washington Press, 2021) tells a story about exploitation and a story of hope. Focusing on the life histories of both humans and the natural world, Williams  presents an account of how people and place are connected by demonstrating the transformation of the landscape through geologic, ecological, and cultural lenses. Through conversations with archaeologists, biologists, and tribal authorities, and getting out in the field himself, Williams traces how humans have developed their infrastructure around Puget Sound while documenting the human interaction with species as geoducks, salmon, orcas, rockfish, and herring. While addressing critical issues linked to iconic species like salmon and orca, the book works to capture the complexities of ecosystems through in-depth dives into the life histories of rockfish, herring, kelp, and oysters. Williams contends how it is not too late to right the wrongs through responsible action and scientific innovation if we recognize the issues created by a colonial legacy, including social injustice towards native peoples, pollution, and exploitation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
David B. Williams, "Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound" (U Washington Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 60:56


Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound (University of Washington Press, 2021) tells a story about exploitation and a story of hope. Focusing on the life histories of both humans and the natural world, Williams  presents an account of how people and place are connected by demonstrating the transformation of the landscape through geologic, ecological, and cultural lenses. Through conversations with archaeologists, biologists, and tribal authorities, and getting out in the field himself, Williams traces how humans have developed their infrastructure around Puget Sound while documenting the human interaction with species as geoducks, salmon, orcas, rockfish, and herring. While addressing critical issues linked to iconic species like salmon and orca, the book works to capture the complexities of ecosystems through in-depth dives into the life histories of rockfish, herring, kelp, and oysters. Williams contends how it is not too late to right the wrongs through responsible action and scientific innovation if we recognize the issues created by a colonial legacy, including social injustice towards native peoples, pollution, and exploitation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in the American West
David B. Williams, "Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound" (U Washington Press, 2021)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 60:56


Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound (University of Washington Press, 2021) tells a story about exploitation and a story of hope. Focusing on the life histories of both humans and the natural world, Williams  presents an account of how people and place are connected by demonstrating the transformation of the landscape through geologic, ecological, and cultural lenses. Through conversations with archaeologists, biologists, and tribal authorities, and getting out in the field himself, Williams traces how humans have developed their infrastructure around Puget Sound while documenting the human interaction with species as geoducks, salmon, orcas, rockfish, and herring. While addressing critical issues linked to iconic species like salmon and orca, the book works to capture the complexities of ecosystems through in-depth dives into the life histories of rockfish, herring, kelp, and oysters. Williams contends how it is not too late to right the wrongs through responsible action and scientific innovation if we recognize the issues created by a colonial legacy, including social injustice towards native peoples, pollution, and exploitation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

Exploring Washington State
Recreating William Tolmie's 1833 Mount Rainier Expedition with Troy Moss and Jerry Kenyon

Exploring Washington State

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 53:33


In 1833 William Tolmie went on an adventure to Mount Rainier. In 2021 Troy Moss and Jerry Kenyon recreated Tolmie's journey. In this episode we chat with Jerry and Troy about their adventure.Troy became inspired after a high school history teacher provided some of the backstory for William Tolmie.  Years later Troy and Jerry were able to organize and recreate the excursion.Don't know who William Tolmie is?  Tolmie is credited with being the first non indigenous person to climb Mount Rainier high enough to determine there were glaciers on the mountain. Tolmie was a doctor. Additionally Tolmie worked for the Hudson Bay Company,  He was in charge of Fort Nisqually for some time in his career.  Tolmie Peak and Tolmie State Park are named after him.During our conversation Jerry and Troy share stories about their journey.  After months of planning they overlooked one thing.  The week that they were to go on the hike would be one of the hottest weeks in history in Puget Sound.  There are stories about sprinklers, kind strangers, historically accurate Margaritas and much more. Troy and Jerry are both naturally gifted story tellers.  We had a great time as we sat around a dining table while Jerry and Troy shared their adventures.If you are a history buff, interested in Mount Rainier or just like to hear entertaining stories this is an episode you don't want to miss!  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 feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing listeners just like you! If you want to read about some of the many amazing places to explore in Washington State, you should just pack your bags and go! Explore Washington State is the perfect place for inspiration.    Check it out today.       Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ExploringWash)

Real Perspectives Podcast
Jerry Zevenbergen (CEO) & TR Hazelrigg (President), Co-Founders of Avatar Financial

Real Perspectives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 33:53


In today's conversation, we sit down with Jerry Zevenbergen and TR Hazelrigg, co-founders of Seattle-based Avatar Financial. As CEO and President, Jerry and TR, respectively, run an organization focused on bridge lending across the commercial real estate spectrum, and they give us a sense of where the industry is today and some of the challenges that their clients are facing. Bridge lending can be a life-savior in some cases, and their perspective on the market helps us understand how it will evolve over the next few years.

The Ian Furness Show
Mike Sando - Seahawks figuring it out / Cardinals are 4-0 / New England is missing more than just Brady

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 10:36


Tune in every Monday at 2:20pm for Mike Sando's weekly visit talking all things NFL as we look around the league at the Sunday in the rearview mirror. Mike's visit is brought to you by Cascade Ice Sparkling water, a locally owned company in Everett WA. Need a caffeine kick without sugar, calories or carbs? Grab a 16 ounce can of Cascade Ice with 160mg of Organic Caffeine. If you don't want the Caffeine, Cascade Ice is also available in a 17.2 ounce bottle that is Caffeine, carb, sodium and Gluten free. You can find these great tasting Cascade Ice items at Grocery locations in the Puget Sound area.

Lead Like a Woman
Finding the Side Door

Lead Like a Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 30:12


Michelle Bomberger is the Founder, CEO, and Managing Attorney at Equinox Business Law Group. As a small business founder and entrepreneur, Michelle understands the emotional and practical aspects of owning and scaling a business, which makes her an effective guide for business leaders in evaluating risk and opportunity in their decision making. She received her MBA and law degrees from Northwestern University and undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame. Michelle serves on the Board of Directors for Bellevue LifeSpring and Youth Theatre Northwest, serving youth and families in the community. She was honored by the Puget Sound Business Journal as one of its “40 Under 40” in 2012. In addition, she and Equinox Business Law Group were awarded the King County Executive's Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year Award in 2013, along with being listed as one of Puget Sound's 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in 2020. In this episode… If you are a new business owner, do you have a trusted person to go to for legal advice? If you are an established company, have you been investing in regular legal counsel? This is a very important aspect of running a business that many owners often neglect. Having seen how many small business owners fail to seek legal advice when starting their organization, Michelle Bomberger was driven to become a small business consultant. She later created Equinox Business Law Group to provide legal services to such companies. She advises them to plan for their future, manage their businesses in a smart and strategic way, and pay attention to their people and organization in general. In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Michelle Bomberger, the Founder, CEO, and Managing Attorney at Equinox Business Law Group, to talk about the value of receiving legal advice as you grow a business. Michelle also talks about her law firm's business model, how she serves her clients, and she shares her experience being a guest co-host on The Shrimp Tank Podcast. Stay tuned.