(First airdate: December 18, 2018) DANIEL KNUDSON - FEASTING ON SEVEN FISHES. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Daniel Knudson, chef and resident cooking guru at Key City Fish. Daniel recounts his adventures through various Port Townsend restaurants - including the “paranormal” (or ghost) sightings that are common at venues such as the Manresa Castle. For this holiday season, Daniel explores the Southern Italian tradition of the Feast of Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve. We live in a seaport, so even if we are not all Italian we can try to cook like one (with Daniel’s recipes, of course)!
Monday 7/23, 7-8:45pm - League of Women Voters Candidate forum featuring
24th Legislative District candidates (recorded June 27, 2018):
Mike Chapman vs. Jodi Wilke
Steve Tharinger vs. Jim McIntyre.
Moderator, attorney Rick Shaneyfelt
Thursday 7/26, 12:10-12:40pm - KPTZ DJ and News Host Charlie Bermant’s discussion interview with
County Prosecutor candidates Mike Haas and James Kennedy
Following these airings, KPTZ will provide streaming audio of the broadcasts on our Elections audio archive page.
1:00 - Crosby Lane, country spirituals
2:00 - Al Bergstein, Olympic Peninsula Environmental News
2:30 - BOCC Candidate Greg Brotherton
3:00 - BOCC Candidate Craig Durgan
3:30 - Karen Berge brings vinyl from her feminist seventies
4:30 - Deborah Kate Hammond, reading ...
(First airdate: July 17, 2018) SCOTT ROGERS: BOSS MAN AT ALDRICH’S & DOGS-A-FOOT. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Scott Rogers, who owns two local icons - Aldrich’s and Dogs-A-Foot. Scott jumped around a few career paths, laying carpets, selling security systems and running restaurants. But when the bottom fell out of his life in the Great Recession, Scott somehow found both the love of his life (his now wife Robin) and a home in Port Townsend. Buying Dogs-A-Foot four years ago seemed like a natural fit for his entrepreneurial nature. Then Aldrich’s became available a little over a year ago. Scott is trying to take the venerable Port Townsend fixture back to its roots as a true community general store and gathering place.