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Join the Dive podcast every Saturday as we quickly cover the week's headlines, and then dive deeper into the big stories of the week. Host Hank Sanders sits down with the paper's staff as well as the biggest names in Portland to discuss the city and the events that change lives. The Dive podcast by Willamette Week is the best way to stay up to date with Portland's news, sports, arts, and culture.
 
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In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we interview freelance writer Anthony Effinger about his article concerning ivermectin. Ivermectin is commonly used as an animal de-worming medication but Portland-based podcasters Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying have been preaching its effects against COVID-19. It has now become a favorite medicine among the …
 
In this episode, we go behind the scenes on Willamette Week's Fall Arts Guide. Learn about the best artistic productions in the city from the WW Arts and Culture Editor Suzette Smith. Also, get an update on all the biggest news stories of the week. All that in under 20 minutes, episode 37 is happy to have you. Thanks for listening, see you next wee…
 
In this episode of the Dive podcast, we talk to Emma Pattee and Stuart Henigson who co-wrote this week's cover story for Willamette Week. This story is all about the Portland International Raceway. Based in Kenton, this race track admits so much noise it is constantly breaking city law. And yet, this racetrack - which is owned by the city - keeps o…
 
In this episode of the Dive, we discuss Sophie Peel's cover story. Sophie wrote this week's leading story all about the 20 people in Portland who use the most water. We talk about these so-called "hydro hogs" and the state of Portland's water system. We also talk about the failing attempt to impeach Mayor Wheeler and go over the biggest stories of …
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we begin by going over some of the biggest stories of the week in our city. There are several fascinating stories to discuss that you will not want to miss. Our main story concerns a piece written by Shannon Gormley all about a nonprofit called Families for Climate. This group makes climate change fun to learn a…
 
In this episode, we interview reporter Tess Riski about her cover story surrounding private security firms that have popped up to replace the Portland Police force that has been reduced due to slashes in the PPD budget. We talk about why these companies are controversial and also why the police have put businesses in this situation in the first pla…
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we interview Homer Williams and Lisa Marandas of Oregon Habor of Hope, a privately funded program looking to reduce homelessness in Portland. Together we discuss the upcoming plans to curb homelessness in our city as well as the intricacies of the private and public partnerships. Thank you for listening, and we …
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we interview Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury. We ask Chair Kafoury questions about homelessness, the vaccine rollout, and a potential run for Governor of Oregon. Thanks so much for listening to this episode and come back next week for the final installment of our special guest series. See you then! :)…
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we interview one of Portland's leading pioneers in the food industry. James Beard Award-winning Chef Vitaly Paley opened his innovative restaurant Paley's Place 26 years ago. Since then, Chef Paley has opened up several other acclaimed restaurants. After dealing with covid, protests, and Portland's homelessness …
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we interview the second most powerful person in Oregon, Shemia Fagan. Serving as the state's Secretary of State, we wanted to know what the person one heartbeat away from the Governor thought about a series of topics. We ask her about her performance and her accomplishments. We also give you some insight into a …
 
In this edition of Distant Voices, WW reporter Shannon Gormely interviews Scott Oviatt. Scott works for the Oregon branch of the Natural Ressources Conservation Service. He tells listeners about how the warm weather is affecting snowmelt and the consequences of the lack of snow that we are seeing. Also on the episode, WW reporter Sophie Peel interv…
 
In this episode of The Dive, we talk to Oregon State Rep. Janelle Bynum. Rep. Bynum presides over District 51 which includes a large swatch of east Portland. We had questions for one of the only black female Representatives in Salem. Thank you for listening and see you on Wedensday!Kirjoittanut Willamette Week
 
In this episode of Distant Voices, we feature an interview between Willamette Week Reporter Sophie Peel and Dr. Paul Loikith. Dr. Loikith is a climate expert and he tells listeners about the unprecedented heatwave that Portland experienced last week. We also air an interview between Willamette Week reporter May O'Hara and John McAfee. McAfee recent…
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we interview U.S. Senator Ron Wyden. The topic of discussion? How f***ing hot it's been in Portland. We talk forest fires, global warming, and climate change legislation in this exclusive discussion with Senator Wyden. Thanks for listening to this episode and join us next week for another discussion with another…
 
In this episode of The Dive Podcast, we speak to Multnomah County Health Officer Dr. Jennifer Vines. Dr. Vines has been in charge of the County's response to COVID-19 and all other health crises that our city and county face. Naturally, we had a lot of questions for her. Thank you so much for listening to this episode of The Dive Podcast. Come back…
 
In this episode of Distant voices, editor Aaron Mesh interview Jeff Hawthorne about Portland's new statue of York. Matthew Singer interviews Jake Silberman - freelance cartoonist - about his new documentary about how the comedy industry is coming back. Thank you so much for listening and see you with our special guest on Saturday.…
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we interview Portland City Commissioner Mingus Mapps. Fresh off his victory over incumbent Chloe Eudaly, Mapps has had a rollercoaster first few months. Between working to bring the city back from COVID-19, dealing with the homelessness crisis, police reform, and so much more, Mapps has had a front-row seat as h…
 
In this episode of Distant Voices, Matthew Singer interviews singer/songwriter/music teacher Amy Shapiro. Amy discusses her campaign to change Oregon's state song. Also on the episode, Aaron Mesh interviews Sharon Erez-Shai. Sharon teaches Hebrew at Portland State and she describes the conflict in Israel, and at PSU on the episode. Thanks for liste…
 
We are joined on the show for the second time by Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler. Last time we talked about homelessness. This time, Wheeler steps into the hot seat to answer questions about a variety of the biggest things facing him and this city. From his handling of the BLM protests to the recall effort to Portland's $5.7 billion budget, Wheeler disc…
 
In this edition of Distant voices, Willamette Week staff interviews Sean Highkin, a reporter for Bleacher Report. Sean discusses the Blazers post season direction. We also talk to Portland Israeli Eden Ferede about her experience and views on Isreal. Thanks so much for listening and see you on Saturday for a special guest on Dive.…
 
In this Episode of the Dive Podcast, we talk to freelance author Alex Jankowski about this year's Pride month celebrating LBGTQ+ people in Portland. We also talk to Tess Riski about what's going on with the investigation into the police leak of the wrongful accusation against City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty. Thanks for listening to this episode. …
 
In this episode of Distant Voices, Willamette Week's Shannon Gormley talks to weather expert Brad Pugh about what we can expect this summer in terms of wildfires. Pugh tells us about the potential consequences of most of Oregon being under extreme or severe drought warnings this year. We also air a clip of WW's Andi Prewitt interview on KATU News a…
 
In this episode of the Dive podcast, we talk to freelance journalists Suzette and Justin about their cover story. On Wednesday, Suzette and Justin told us about three groups that are protesting injustice abroad. I take issue with their representation of the Israel-Palestine conflict and give my thoughts in a monologue after an excerpt of our interv…
 
We start this week's episode with an interview between WW music and visual arts editor Shannon Gormley and Meara McLaughlin, the executive director of MusicPortland. Meara tells us about the music scene in Portland post COVID. We also listen in on an interview between news editor Aaron Mesh and Dr. Jenny Liu. Dr. Liu is an economics professor at PS…
 
In the 21st episode of the Dive Podcast we interview Andi Prewitt about her cover story on beer in Portland. Breweries have been hit hard by COVID-19, and if it wasn't for the creativity of beer makers Oregon beer might be completely wiped out. Andi tells the story of 8 beer companies and how they have pivoted during the pandemic to make the most o…
 
In this episode of Distance Voices, Matthew Singer interviews Matt King who talks about the music scene in Portland this summer and his new music production company. Shannon Gormley then interviews Noah Greenwald about the way we can improve the health of our forests and how these actions will benefit our state as a whole. Finally, we end the show …
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we interview reporter Tess Riski on her cover story about the shooting of Robert Delgado. We go into the case as well as what institutions should be fixed to prevents incidences like these from happening in the future. We also talk to Matthew Singer and pick his brain about the best food in Portland. Two complet…
 
In this episode of distant voices, Shannon Gormley interviews climatologist Larry O'Neill about last summer's wildfires and what we can expect Oregon's weather this summer to look like. We also air an excerpt of a Dive interview with Don Mazziotti that has never been heard before. Don is the director of Oregon Harbor of Hope, a leading nonprofit in…
 
In this episode of Distant Voices, arts and culture editor Matthew Singer sits down with the President and CEO of the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association, Jason Brandt. They talk about the latest dining restrictions placed on the state by Governor Brown. Also on this episode, Mark Zusman and Aaron Mesh interview the Executive Director and VP …
 
On this week's episode, we sit down with reporter Rachel Monahan as she takes us behind the scenes of the largest vaccination center in Oregon. How does one in every eight Oregonians get their vaccine? Find out on this episode. Also, all the headlines + WW's endorsements for this upcoming ballot. Lastly, Distant Voices are moving from Tuesday to We…
 
In this episode of Distant Voices, the Willamette Week Newsroom discusses several hot topics. We talk about the internet community that helps people in Oregon find a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. We talk to Representative Campos about her bill providing care for homeless people. And we end the episode by talking to Rep. Earl Blumenauer about the pl…
 
In this episode of the Dive Podcast, we talk to arts & culture editor Matthew Singer as he tells us about the best places to get a drink outside in Portland. While you might be more than ready to get back out there, Rachel Monahan comes and tells us what we need to know about Oregon's vaccine rollout program. With summer upon us, enjoying ourselves…
 
On this week's episode of Distant Voices, reporter Tess Riski discusses the federal lawsuit against a Portland Police detective. Riski interviews the woman at the center of this lawsuit - Hannah Ahern - about the events that took place. Also on this episode, Shanon Gormley sits down with McMenamins' music director Jimi Biron. Biron and Gormely talk…
 
4/20 is right around the corner. We talk to arts & culture editor Matthew Singer as he discusses the impact COVID-19 has had on Oregon's weed industry. We also air our exclusive interview with U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer who is one of the most vocal supporters of the legalization of marijuana. Thank you so much for listening. Email dive@wweek.com for…
 
On this week's episode of the Dive Podcast, we sit down with freelance journalist Anthony Effinger and the subject of his WW cover story, Mark Frohnmayer. Together we discuss Mark's company Arcimoto which is evaluated at over $1 billion and is paving the way for electric vehicles as the future of our transportation. We discuss Arcimoto, Mark's life…
 
In Episode 14 of the Dive Podcast, Hank talks to freelance reporter Emma Pattee about her story covering Christina Malone. Malone holds Oregon's record for powerlifting. Despite her accolades, people in Portland are constantly commenting on her size. Wherever she goes, people remark on her large body, trying to advise her or shame her into changing…
 
In this week's episode, we talk to the founders of two Portland institutions. Michael Powell founded The City of Books - one of the largest and most widely known book stores in America. Kim Malek founded one of the most popular ice cream shops in the country, Salt & Straw. They tell us how COVID-19 has impacted their businesses and what they look f…
 
Portland has more pedestrian deaths than most cities. Why is that? Willamette Week reporter Latisha Jensen answers all of your traffic-related questions. We also interview someone who lost his father to a hit and run. Also, we are changing up the ending of our shows and would love your advice. Email hsanders@wweek.com to pitch your ideas.…
 
Pets have helped us through this pandemic. So, this year's Willamette Week Pet Pageant is all about how animals have saved us. Willamette Week's Joy Bogdan tells us what it's like to photograph the most famous pets in Portland. Also on the episode, Dr. Nancy Haigwood tells us the importance of animal research and her role as the director of one of …
 
Food and art: two industries that thrive in Portland and two of industries that have been hit the hardest by COVID-19. On this episode of the Dive Podcast, we talk to arts and culture writer Shannon Gormley about her Willamette Week cover story about art in Portland, focusing on how covid has impacted the art scene. We also sit down with the owner …
 
This week of the Dive Podcast, Hank sits down with Oregon's U.S. Senator Ron Wyden. Wyden has had a busy few weeks. His year started off with a riot at his place of work, followed by impeachment and a failed conviction trial. On top of that, Wyden has been named the Chair of the Senate Finance Committee where he is working on a stimulus package and…
 
Dive's releases our interview with Portland's Mayor. Hank and Ted talk about homelessness, COVID-19, politics, and Wheeler's future. Games are played, laughs are had, serious and frank conversations abound. We also talk headlines, the best quote of the week, and Valentine's Day. Hank announces he's running for something...? Support the #hankforunio…
 
Every year Willamette Week finds the funniest five comedians in Portland. The Dive interviews two of them and the editor of this year's "Funniest Five" paper. We talk COVID comedy, writing processes, how to write a joke, and listen to some standup. We also talk about beavers and the news. It's a blast. Warning: Strong language…
 
City Hall wants to impose a carbon tax. This tax was drafted in a weird way and has a lot of unintended consequences. Reporter Nigel Jaquiss comes on the Dive Podcast to help us better understand this policy, who it affects, and what will happen if it's passed. Jules Bailey - a long time environmental advocate in Portland - talks about some of the …
 
Can't we all just get along? WW's editor Aaron Mesh joins the podcast to discuss the cover story of the week: a moderated debate between Susheela Jayapal - a Democrat serving as Multnomah County Commissioner - and Stan Pulliam - a Republican serving as Mayor of Sandy. They disagree on an array of topics, and Mesh tells us whose right. We also go ov…
 
In this episode of the Willamette Week Podcast, Hank Sanders talks to the authors of two stories. First, Hank talks to Matthew Singer who wrote the cover story about board games. Game sales have skyrocketed during quarantine and Singer brings us 9 games made from Oregon game companies. Second, Hank sits down with Tess Riski to talk about her report…
 
In this week's episode, Hank sits down the Rachel Monahan who authored Willamette Week's January 6th cover story about who isn't getting the COVID-19 vaccine. We talk about how Rachel came up with this story, her opinions, and what got left out of the story. We also sit down the Rachelle Dixon who is an activist in the Black community and serves as…
 
History is written by the victors, while little attention is paid to the losers. In today's episode, Hank sits down with two people who lost their elections. Sarah Iannarone lost her bid to be Portland's next mayor to incumbent Ted Wheeler. Jo Rae Perkins lost her election to incumbent Senator Jeff Merkley. Hank, Sarah, and Jo reflect on their race…
 
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