Mac and Alana pay tribute to a special Goonie. . .hint: he’s pretty famous and has made a lot of movies.
An Adventure in History
Don’t ban this show when Mac & Alana talk about book banning. Plus, Mac offers some good advice to time-travelers.
Mac & Alana welcome back CCHS Curator Dr. Chelsea Vaughn to talk about the newest temporary exhibit at the Heritage Museum: Food For Thought: Feeding the North Coast and Beyond. Plus, Mac reveals something amazing about Lincoln.
Mac & Alana learn all about Mother’s Day. Somehow, McDonald’s is on the menu as well.
Mac & Alana chat about George Vancouver, realize they don’t order pizza often enough, and Alana introduces a brand new segment: historical words that are never used anymore.
Trudy Van Dusen Citovic is on hand to share memories of growing up in Astoria. Plus, Mac doesn’t miss a chance to somehow bring up a serial killer.
Mac & Alana chat with Warrenton Library Director Josh Saranpaa. You know you’ve seen him around. Plus, Alana fangirls all over Jane Fonda work-out videos.
Mac & Alana discuss Oregon’s latest Oscar-winning film, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
Mac & Alana discuss some major legislation happening in Salem, offer a critique of The Great Gatsby, and examine the history and origins of the Easter Bunny.
Mac & Alana celebrate a very special anniversary when they discuss the Pony Express
Feel free to judge the big show tonight when Mac & Alana welcome Senior Judge Paula Brownhill.
Mac & Alana are joined by world traveler Constance Waisanen. Toilet paper is also on the menu tonight.
Fall Back and Spring Forward with Mac and Alana as we learn one of Alana’s greatest pet peeves. Plus, a special guest appearance by Ben Franklin.
Clatsop County Historical Society Curator Dr. Chelsea Vaughn joins Mac & Alana to discuss her new book “Astoria” from the Past & Present series, trampolines, explorers, and their shared belief that there is probably no basement at the Alamo.
Mac & Alana welcome Ann Samuelson. Growing up in Astoria, fishing, lobbying Congress, and the worst hamburger order ever are all on the menu.
“Cheers to the Chief” as Mac & Alana discuss the drinking habits of our Presidents. Plus, Timberline Lodge and pancake-racing somehow show up in the conversation.
Christine Lolich joins Mac & Alana for a great conversation
Mac & Alana pull the show over and present license, registration, and proof of insurance when they welcome retired Seaside Police Officer Bruce Holt. Plus, Mac reveals his winning strategy for Monopoly.
Mac & Alana discuss violence at the Capitol. Alana is fascinated by Groundhog Day. Plus, is Mac an ogre?
Mac and Alana have a fun chat with Bert Little. The Jetty, tug boats, the Navy, and a great story about Crabfest are all on the menu today.
Mac & Alana discuss Prohibition. . .so put away your hootch
Mac & Alana realize their lives are not really hectic at all after chatting with “Janitor Josh”
Mac & Alana ring in the new year with a list of stuff turning 100 in 2023. . .and somehow Mac manages to mention Cracker Jacks, Ferris Wheels, and a serial killer
A very special Christmas edition explodes with cuteness
Mac & Alana chat with retired educator and trail blazer John Meyer. Spoiler alert: Alana tells us how Titanic ends.
Mac & Alana talk about the history of Plum Pudding. Pay attention or you might miss the special guest appearance by someone passing themselves off as British.
You’ve listened to Carol Newman for years, but did you know her backstory? Mac & Alana ask the tough questions this week on the big show.
Clatsop County Manager Don Bohn joins Mac & Alana to talk about his career and how he met his wife. Mac fixates on pirates. . .
Mac & Alana compete to see which one eats more like a President. You know you want to play along at home. . .with a big bowl of Oyster Ice Cream.
Mac & Alana chat with teaching hero and legend Tom Wilson. Salt, Lewis & Clark, and Kindergarten Cop might come up.