Podcast by Bigfoot Podcast Network
Podcast by Bigfoot Podcast Network
#80 Carrie Wynkoop of Cellar 503 Talks Oregon Wine
Welcome Carrie Wynkoop, CEO/founder of Oregon-only wine club Cellar 503--to the show. Recently named one of the top 10 wine clubs to join right now by Wine Enthusiast, Carrie launched Cellar 503 in 2014 after being entrenched in a political consulting firm as CFO. Carrie decided to follow her true passion mid-career: Oregon wine. Cellar 503 personally handpicks each wine she sends out to her members nationwide, showcasing unique varietals and undiscovered regions throughout the 19 AVAs in Oregon. Sure everyone knows about the Willamette and Oregon Pinot Noir, but how about Elton AVA? Sit back, take a sip of Oregon wine and here what Carrie has to say.
#79 Paris Doesn't Have to Be Expensive with Claudine Hemingway
PDXISH: Paris doesn't have to expensive! Just ask my friend Claudine Hemingway. The creator of Bleu, Blonde and Rouge, a website dedicated to all things Paris and France, on this episode of PDXISH, Claudine and Byron Beck share their tips to saving money and secrets they have come to discover on their various trips to the City of Lights. From flights to food and other French-centric endeavors why don't you grab a glass of vin, and take a listen! Salut!
#79 Talking Tea Dance and Cocktails with Award-Winning Mixologist Lance Mayhew
Lance Mayhew is our guest for this episode of PDXISH. A contributor to many publications and a frequent radio guest, this award winning mixologist is also a certified specialist in spirits. For PDXISH Lance talks all about trends in cocktail consumption and a very cool event coming up: Smirnoff presents July Tea Dance at The Solo Club. A benefit for Willam Temple House's LGBT services, July's Tea Dance takes place on Sunday, July 21. Hosted by PDXISH’s own Byron Beck it features dancing, day-drinking, drag, drink specials, raffle prizes and DJ Deff Ro!
#78 Paris In Portland & at the Portland Art Museum
The Portland Art Museum is pleased to present Paris 1900: City of Entertainment, a sumptuous look back at the City of Light during the prosperous years spanning the turn of the century. The exhibition, now open, will remain on view through September 8. Joining PDXISH to discuss this wonderful "Paris in Portland" exhibit is Dr. Mary Weaver Chapin, Ph.D., Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Portland Art Museum, and the curator of the PAM exhibit. Joining Dr. Chapin, is a friend of the show, Claudine Hemingway, a frequent visitor to Paris, and a contributor to Bonjour, Paris, a website and magazine based in Paris, France. Take a mini-vacation and enjoy this episode of PDXISH.
#77 Still "Crazy Enough," Storm Large Returns to Portland Center Stage
The amazing, unstoppable force of nature, Storm Large, returns to Portland in the heavily anticipated 10th anniversary special engagement of her autobiographical, one-woman rock musical Crazy Enough, opening June 25 (her 50th birthday!) on the U.S. Bank Main Stage at Portland Center Stage. Storm stopped by PDXISH to talk about bringing the show back to life and her life in general. Please take a listen to the one and only Storm Large.
#75 Director Rose Riordan of Cheryl Strayed's "Tiny Beautiful Things" at Portland Center Stage
For our 75th episode PDXISH welcomes to the show Portland Center Stage's Associate Artistic Director Rose Riordan. The director of "Tiny Beautiful Things," an amazing theatrical piece based on Cheryl Strayed’s (Wild) journey as the beloved anonymous advice columnist for “Dear Sugar,”—currently on the MainStage at PCS—Riordan is in her 21st season at Portland Center Stage at The Armory, where she has previously directed Kodachrome, Every Brilliant Thing, Lauren Weedman Doesn’t Live Here Anymore among others. For PDXISH Riordan shares her thoughts on the show, Cheryl and other "tiny beautiful things."