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Nate Ready, Hiyu Wine Farm, Hood River, Oregon

Nate Ready is a former Master Sommelier. He worked the floor at Bobby Stuckey’s Frasca in Boulder and the French Laundry in Yountville before heading north to find a small working farm in...

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Maggie Harrison, Antica Terra, Oregon

Far from wine country, Maggie Harrison was born in the Midwest and pursued a career in International Relations and Conflict Resolution…well that didn’t last long. Maggie made her way out ...

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Diversification for a More Sustainable Business Model with Local Oceans Seafood

Most of our conversations over the last several months have emphasized the struggles of maintaining a food business during the pandemic, from adding delivery concepts, to indoor dining fl...

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Larry Stone, Lingua Franca and Jay Boberg and Jean Nicolas Meo, Nicolas-Jay, Oregon

Jay Boberg had a long career in the music business. He was a co-founder of IRS Records, think R.E.M. and Black Sabbath and Presient of MCA/Universal. His love for wine led him to Nicolas ...

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Drugs, Declassified: Munchies, Militaries and Magic Mushrooms

Inspired by the passage of Measure 109 in Oregon and Initiative 81 in Washington D.C., this week we're exploring the state of drugs – particularly the agricultural, scientific and culinar...

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Joel Gott, Joel Gott Wines

Joel Gott grew up around wine in California, he is a fifth-generation winemaker producing his wildly popular eponymous Joel Gott wines with from California, Oregon, and Washington with hi...

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Laura Green- "Caprese"

On today’s show we welcome Portland Grief House founder, Laura Green. Laura joins us to talk about the amazing project she has started in The Portland Grief House, and how she envisions i...

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PDX Breweries, IPAs and Fresh Hops

This week on Beer Sessions Radio Jimmy dives into the Portland, OR brewing scene with Ben Edmunds of Breakside Brewery, Paul Reiter of Great Notion Brewing, an

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Portland’s Quaintrelle Comes to New York for One Night Only

What’s a New Yorker to do when Feast is still two months away and Portland is nearly 3,000 miles across the country? For one night this July, there was a solution to both of these problem...

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