Alan Evans stops by to give Mac & Alana some “Helping Hands”. . .learn all about his amazing journey.
Mac & Alana welcome Sari Hartman to “Interesting Things That Happened in the Past”. . .the name of the show when it airs in Finland. Sari shares memories of growing up in Astoria as a Finnish immigrant.
“I once caught a fish THIS big!” Mac & Alana share some tales from the waters of the Pacific Northwest.
Mac & Alana welcome Rick Newton. I bet Warrenton gets mentioned a few times! And, somehow, the Pony Express also gets some airtime.
Marian Soderberg joins Mac & Alana for their best show ever. Norwegian immigrants, school counselors, Hope House, Assistance League, and Cruise Hosts. . .this show has it all.
This show is electric! Mac & Alana explore the history of electricity – how and when it came to Astoria. Better get some sunglasses – those arc lights are bright!
This week Mac & Alana spend some time chatting with Leah Griffith, who comes from a long line of candy-makers in Clatsop County and whose grandfather was the Seaside Police Chief. Somehow, hand-crank phones, Scott Bakula, Jimmy Carter, and Saturday Night Live all work their way into the conversation.
Stop, Drop and Roll! Mac & Alana kick off Fire Prevention Week with a look at the 150 year old Astoria Fire Department.
Make a batch of “Hard TacK” and join Mac & Alana as they discuss what gold prospectors ate. Plus, Mac has difficulty with book matches.
Super volunteer Laura Freedman from Cannon Beach is on hand to share her enthusiasm for Rotary and local theater.