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Every person is a library, a very fragile library of oral traditions, anecdotes, and personal stories.
The Curmudgeon Cafe Podcast features these stories told by everyday people like you and me. Stories about childhood, careers, education, hobbies, causes, and everything in between.

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Every person is a library, a very fragile library of oral traditions, anecdotes, and personal stories.
The Curmudgeon Cafe Podcast features these stories told by everyday people like you and me. Stories about childhood, careers, education, hobbies, causes, and everything in between.

    Episode 10: Tye Steinbach

    Episode 10: Tye Steinbach

    Tye Steinbach is co-owner with his wife Joan Steinbach of Thinker Toys in Multnomah Village.  In 1994 Tye Steinback left his career as an science educator in middle school high school to strike out with his wife to go in to business on their own. www.ThinkerToysOregon.com Download This Episode Support the podcast: Like us on Facebook.com/CurmudgeonCafe Follow us on Twitter.com/CurmudgeonCafe Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher Pledge your support for the Curmudgeon Cafe Podcast: www.Patreon.com/CurmudgeonCafe Sign up for a free Audible trial: www.AudibleTrial.com/Curmudgeon

    Episode 9: Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

    Episode 9: Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

    Stuart and Alisha met about a year ago. It didn’t take long for them to realize they were not only funny individually, but REALLY funny together. So Stu said “Hey. We should put our funny together and make a podcast!”. To which Alisha replied “Huh?”. As they say, the rest is history. Visit the Sketch Comedy Podcast Show: www.ComedyPodcast.net Download This Episode Support the podcast: Like us on Facebook.com/CurmudgeonCafe Follow us on Twitter.com/CurmudgeonCafe Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher Pledge your support for the Curmudgeon Cafe Podcast: www.Patreon.com/CurmudgeonCafe Sign up for a free Audible trial: www.AudibleTrial.com/Curmudgeon

    Episode 8: Mark Dodich

    Episode 8: Mark Dodich

    Before Mark moved to Oregon in 1991, he lived in SE Florida, Houston, Seattle, Colorado Springs, San Francisco, Anchorage, Washington DC, New Jersey, and Santa Fe. Some of these moves were career oriented during his life as an industrial salesperson in industries such as aluminum, mini-blind manufacturing, and industrial supplies. Other moves were for the sake of adventure.  Marks website: www.AstroMark.us Download This Episode Recommended Podcast: http://www.48days.com/category/48-days-podcast/ Support the podcast: Like us on Facebook.com/CurmudgeonCafe Follow us on Twitter.com/CurmudgeonCafe Subscribe and leave a review on iTunes or Stitcher Pledge your support for the Curmudgeon Cafe Podcast: www.Patreon.com/CurmudgeonCafe Sign up for a free Audible trial: www.AudibleTrial.com/Curmudgeon

    Episode 7: Timothy Herman

    Episode 7: Timothy Herman

    Timothy Herman is a friend of mine from when I worked at the community access station in Tualatin Valley.  While he was hosting his show on the cable access station, he always had such passion for what he was discussing, I knew there must be a story behind that passion.  Timothy shares his experience in the Navy, working with his father, and moving to the northwest. I apologize for linking to the wrong file before.  I have corrected the link and now this is the correct file. Download This Episode Support the podcast: Like us on Facebook.com/CurmudgeonCafe Follow us on Twitter.com/CurmudgeonCafe Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher Pledge your support for the Curmudgeon Cafe Podcast: www.Patreon.com/CurmudgeonCafe Sign up for a free Audible trial: www.AudibleTrial.com/Curmudgeon

    Episode 6: Kaliko Yokoyama

    Episode 6: Kaliko Yokoyama

    Kaliko Yokoyama grew up in Hawaii where he went to school and learned many skills including surfing and bone carving that he uses in his life today.  Now Kaliko lives in Oregon and teaches bone carving to youth through programs like Journeys in Creativity at the Oregon College of Art and Craft. Download This Episode Support the podcast: Like us on Facebook.com/CurmudgeonCafe Follow us on Twitter.com/CurmudgeonCafe Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher Pledge your support for the Curmudgeon Cafe Podcast: www.Patreon.com/CurmudgeonCafe Sign up for a free Audible trial: www.AudibleTrial.com/Curmudgeon

    Episode 5: Brad Fortier

    Episode 5: Brad Fortier

    Brad Fortier is co-founder of Happy Improv Fun Time and HIFT Consulting with Phil Incorvia, and he has a masters degree in the interdisciplinary study of the anthropology of improvised theater (a unique M.A. he earned at Portland State University).  Brad’s talents as a facilitator, presenter, and instructor have kept him busy doing his favorite activity – having fun with and making an impact on groups of people through interactive play. Brad got his start as a member of Portland’s Brody Theater from 1996 to 2012. He was the education director for the Brody from 2004-2011 and is still very busy developing curriculum and giving workshops around Portland, Oregon and the globe through Happy Improv Fun Time/HIFT Consulting. Books by Brad Fortier: Long-Form Improvisation: Collaboration, Comedy and Communion A Culture Of Play Find more information here: www.BradFortier.com Download This Episode Support the podcast: Like us on Facebook.com/CurmudgeonCafe Follow us on Twitter.com/CurmudgeonCafe Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher Pledge your support for the Curmudgeon Cafe Podcast: www.Patreon.com/CurmudgeonCafe Sign up for a free Audible trial: www.AudibleTrial.com/Curmudgeon

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