This episode of Life Downstream, we hear from Kristy Cross and her experience being a coffee shop owner in downtown Astoria for the last sixteen years.
Hosts Andrew Morgan and Kegan Rascoe speak with guest Phil Ero.
This week on Life Downstream we hear from John Goodenberger about his insight into the Flavel family and his process for writing a historical non-fiction novel about the Flavels.
This week on Life Downstream we talk to Asher Clover. Asher is a non-binary senior at Astoria High School with a deep interest in poetry. Tune in to hear about the way they experience and express their identity through language.
On this episode of Life Downstream, we hear from Jennifer Crocket – She describes how she went from a professional music conservatory to Executive Director of the Liberty Theater. Make sure to listen to the end to find out about the Liberty’s new capital campaign and eventual renovation.
Part 2 of Life Downstream’s interview with Betsy Johnson.
In this episode of Life Downstream, hear Baylee Humphries talk about her experience parenting a two-year-old child with Cerebral Palsy and her life with a husband who serves as a Sheriff’s Deputy.
This week on Life Downstream we hear about new comer James Crowe and his experience working as an editor for Jimmy Kimmel Live and his discovery of Astoria.
On Life Downstream, we talk with high school student Briana Boyd about her experience with the Oregon Association of Student Councils as well as her experiences traveling abroad with the Oregon Ambassadors of Music program. Make sure to listen to the end to hear Bri’s perspective on teen stress.
Join us for an interview with Oregon State Senator Betsy Johnson.
On this episode of Life Downstream, we talk to Sara Oien. Sara is a local high school teacher who balances her work life with being a mother to five kids as well as a cancer diagnosis. Tune in to hear her the moment she found out she was going to have triplets and later when…
Join us this week on Life Downstream to hear Patsy Oser talk about her experience from moving to Astoria. Pasty regularly reads to elementary schoolers from Astoria and is an avid reader.
Tune in to Life Downstream to hear about High School Student Michael Postlewait and his perspective on being in High School in 2019, and his fascination with fishing.
This week on Life Downstream we talk to Jimmy Pearson, Library Director of the City of Astoria. Jimmy takes time to talk about his experience as a medic in the military, and his eventual journey into becoming a Children’s Librarian, and director of Astoria’s library.
Join us on this episode of Life Downstream as we talk to Kevin Leahy about his experience working with a multi-billion dollar corporation and his journey through small business management and consulting to arrive back in Astoria many years after leaving.
Tune in to this episode of Life Downstream to hear about Anna Webber’s lifestyle as a sign painter. Hear how Anna balances her small business with parenting a four year old and more.
Join us on this episode of Life Downstream where we speak to former Astoria City Councilor and current Astoria Planning Commission member Cindy Price about her time as a policy analyst. Listen to find out how her work in policy eventually led to civic involvement in small-town Astoria.
Join us on this episode of Life Downstream where we talk to City of Warrenton Mayor Henry Balensifer. Henry offered us a thought provoking account of his perspective on leadership and also told us about what influenced his political life and just how he got his foot in the door.
In this episode of Life Downstream, Kegan Rascoe and talks with Marco Davis. Marco is a long-time Astorian and helped to begin a number of movements with regards to supporting the LGBTQIA+ community while at the same time hosting events celebrating the Drag Community. This week we had the opportunity to talk about his journey…
On this episode of “Life Downstream,” we spoke with Clatsop County Historical Society Executive Director Mac Burns about his adventures falling in love with public history, and his view on the way history affects our community.
On this episode of “Life Downstream,” hear Astoria business small owner Dulcye Taylor’s experience working as an employee for Microsoft, her venture into buying and running a small business, and her perspective on the LGBT community in modern day.
The first ever show of “Life Downstream,” hear Jeff Daly’s experiences as a videographer in San Francisco, his journey back to Astoria, and his reunion with his long lost sister after fifty years of no contact.