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.
Mac & Alana chat with teaching hero and legend Tom Wilson. Salt, Lewis & Clark, and Kindergarten Cop might come up. Cheers,
Stacey Brown joins Mac & Alana. Somehow she makes Human Resources exciting. . .and she and Alana remember that time they dressed as superheroes.
Mac & Alana chat with Josh Davis, Clatsop County Veteran Service Officer
Prepare for some childish humor when Mac and Alana talk about Ben Franklin
Shelley von Colditz is on hand to enlighten Mac & Alana about all sorts of things including how FDA approval happens.
Sisters Paulette McCoy (#7) and Patti Nelson (#10) are on hand to discuss their long family history in Astoria and Clatsop County. Is Alana stalking Paulette? Maybe. Tune in and find out.
Mac and Alana discuss Bram Stoker and Dracula. . .and in useless trivia you never knew you wanted to know: Mac reveals the real names of “the Professor” and the “Skipper” on Gilligan’s Island.
Mac and Alana chat with Steve Rens about life in the Coast Guard. We’re pretty sure Mac asks some lame questions about boats.
Mac and Alana share Nellie Flavel’s account of the San Francisco Earthquake. Plus, Special Guest appearances by Roman Vondriska, Casanova, Khrushchev, the Monkees, and Hopalong Cassidy.
Mac and Alana welcome retired law enforcement officer Roman Vondriska who shares some stories about OJ Simpson, a white Bronco, and Rodney King. Also appearing on the menu tonight: underwear, giant condoms, and safe driving tips for driving in the snow.
Mac and Alana pay special tribute to Larry Ziak, long time Clatsop County Historical Society employee and loyal listener to the radio show.
Mac & Alana discuss the fourth best made-in-Oregon movie ever: Stand By Me
Lauri Serafin is on hand to teach Mac & Alana all about historic preservation and the Forsstrom House.
Dan Goody, District Forester, joins Mac & Alana to talk about trees., outdoor recreation, and forest management. Somehow Mac manages to bring up his fridge.
Clatsop County Historical Society Curator Chelsea Vaughn and Digital Archivist Julie Burpee are on hand to talk about the CCHS efforts to digitize collections and make them accessible to the public. They make it a lot more interesting than it sounds!
Retired Astoria Fire Chief Lenard Hansen is on hand to chat about firefighting and some of the big Astoria fires. Alana vows to ban sparklers.
Oh Say Can You Hear. . .Mac and Alana chat about the steps toward American Independence
Mark Schacher, owner of the Arrow Tugboat & Tour Company, chats about growing up in Astoria, tugboats, and log rafts. Plus, Alana disapproves of Mac’s decision to include recent history in the program.