Next Stop: Sonoma

Limo Wine Tour, Osmosis Spa, Flamingo Hotel, Cooking with John Ash, Bike Wine Tour, Stark’s Steakhouse, Adam Traum

 

NEXT STOP: SONOMA (TRANSCRIPTION)

00:00-00:03 JON: Hi, I’m Jon Olson. Welcome to Next Stop, from wine country USA.
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00:11-00:32 JON: On this episode we feature the number one wine growing region in the country, California wine country. Of course we will taste some great wines, pair it with fabulous foods and meet some of the colorful locals. But, if you’ve been to wine country you know you don’t do it alone, so I invited my girlfriend Mary and my friends Mark and Leana to fly over the water from Honolulu and join me to share in the experience. That’s how you do wine country. The fun starts now!
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00:36-00:44 JON: There are many fun ways to tour wine country, later on in the show we will tour by limo, but today we are with Getaway Adventures for a Sip n Cycle bike tour of wine country.
00:45-00:59 RANDY: Alright you guys welcome to the Dry Creek Valley of Sonoma County, scored this spot right here as you can see, if you look behind us you’ll see all these vineyards that we have, but basically today’s ride is going to take us through some of the most beautiful vineyards you will ever see in this area. You can see the olive trees over here.
00:59-1:00 MARY: Wow, that’s cool.
01:00-01:29 RANDY: A lot of, still grape clusters left on the vines, big old oak trees here. This is it, the postcard baby! This what people come from all over the world to see. Go ahead and park your bikes right over here. Welcome to the Preston Winery here, we’re going to do a little wine tasting here. I want to introduce you to Robert here, he’s going to be pouring some wine for us today.
01:30-01:31 ALL: Hi Robert!
01:32-02:12 RANDY: So the petite Shiraz, look at the color on this, very, very dark. I’m going to recommend you guys try a couple of these, the Elk Preston red is a great, great blended wine.
ROBERT:All these grapes are traditionally blended in Southern France so we kind of do the same with them here.
MARK: Well I think wine is, that counts as a fruit and a vegetable, right?
ROBERT: That is.
MARK: So that counts as a serving of fruit.
JON: It’s definitely a fruit.
RANDY: And there is definitely some flavor in there so…
JON: So if I have wine every morning for breakfast, I’m getting my fruits?
RANDY: Yeah,  fruit, and your fiber.
ROBERT: Fruit and fiber
LEANA: And loaded with anti oxidents.
ROBERT: It’s big and rich. It’s also kind of fruity, it’s pretty soft, easy to drink.
LEANA: Just like my husband Mark.
JON: Like Mark!
MARK: There you go, big, fruity and soft, I mean, that describes me in a nutshell.
ROBERT: What about the rich part?
ALL: Laughter.
02:17-02:40 JON: I’m feeling we are in California wine country, but it’s very rural out here.
RANDY: Very rural.
JON: I saw a big hay truck go by.
RANDY: Yeah, that’s what I’m talking about man, we are in the country.
JON: This is great.
RANDY: I mean you have got farms over here, you’ve got, you know, open vineyards. This is…it kind of reminds me of Provence, in Southern France.
JON: It is like that, it’s very unspoiled by technology, you don’t see a lot of technology out here.
RANDY: Not a lot of big buildings, not a lot of huge wineries. Mostly small places, like I said, a lot of families are out here.
02:46-03:12 JON: You have got some fancy wines here, 95 rating?
STEVE: We were very happy there, we would have done cartwheels for a 90.
JON: What should we be looking for in this?
STEVE: What your going to see is some dark red fruit there, some dark cherry and a little bit of plum. It’s got real nice balance, and a nice finish.
RANDY: Mmm, Steve, you do it every time.
JON: Oh, yeah, I like that.
03:13-03:56  RANDY: Alright you guys, welcome to a special treat here in the wine country, and that is sampling right out of the barrel. This is wine that has been aged now for a little while but we get to taste it before it hits the bottle,  so this a really kind of special treat.
CHRISTINA: So the old line Zin  your going to get much more complexity with this one, more concentrated fruit, and this one will give you hints of cherry, caramel and mocha, It is absolutely delicious!
RANDY: Mmmm, the nose is awesome.
CHRISTINA: Yeah, it’s just amazing wine.
RANDY: Give it a little, open it up a little bit, just give it a little air.
MARK: Randy, I want to thank you for a great day, the bike tour was awesome. Here’s to you.
RANDY:Well thank you so much for coming out you guys, you guys are all great, good cyclists. Enjoy the good wine and come back and visit us in Sonoma County.
JON: Oh we will.
RANDY: Thank you.
03:59-04:29 JON: If you are a wine connoisseur, you probably store your wine. So here’s a little wine storage 101 for you. If you have a cooler, set the temp at 55 to 60 degrees, dessert wines at the bottom, whites in the middle, reds at the top. If you don’t have a wine cooler look for a room like this, no temperature fluctuations, cool, dry, perfect. Set the wines on it’s side, but never, ever, ever store your wines on top of the refrigerator. How many of you are just busted right now? Reason why, vibrations. Not good for the wine. There is your wine fast fact 101.
04:33-05:09 JON: We have a special treat for you today. We’ve done food segments all over the world, but never have we been in the kitchen of a world renowned chef. This is the father of wine country cuisine, Chef John Ash.
JOHN: You know I was sort of the first,I mean, it was a long time ago. When I first came to Sonoma County, Santa Rosa there was so good food here, which was surprising because it was an amazing agricultural area. A winemaker friend of mine took me to what was then the best restaurant in town, and I will never forget this was the middle of summertime and here was all this wonderful stuff being grown around here, and this best restaurant in town was serving canned vegetables and I said ‘You know what, I could be a big fish in a small pond’.
05:10-05:50 JON: That’s fantastic, what are we going to make?
JOHN: We’re going to make the simplest,  everybody should know how to make it, so it’s the simplest dessert in the world. The italians call it zabione, the french call is sabione, oh I describe it like all great relationships in my life. There is this wonderful thing, they are there, but then it’s not there, and that’s about my relationships.
JON: We can all relate.
JOHN: There but not there anymore and that’s really good.
JON: Well I’m willing to help so put me to work.
JOHN: So what we are going to do, I’ve taken some egg yolks here, a little bit of lemon juice and this is just to your own liking. We’re going to add some sugar, so its that kind of balance, you can add as little or much as you want to and then carefully measure the wine.
05:51-06:38 JON: That’s careful, very careful.
JOHN: And what we are going to do is whisk this together all of these things, until they are combined and then I am going to let you do this, we’re going to put it on top of the simmering water here.
JON: So we just set it on top? Do I continue whisking?
JOHN: And keep whisking like crazy. So your objective is to keep it moving and to actually be there. So what will happen is that is will rise up like the souffle, we won’t see any liquid egg anymore.
JON: Oh, I can see it.
JOHN: And what we want to do is get it off there before we scramble the egg. If you look at it, all of the liquid egg is gone so we have cooked it, any fruit that you like is you know, you can put on here so this is the kind of thing you can do even if you hadn’t planned on dessert and really, that’s it.
JON: Oh my.
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JON: Coming up on Next Stop, we tour wine country by limo, and we take a bath in cedar wood chips. You’ll want to stick around for this.
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06:55-07:32 JON: You must be Lynn.
LYNN: I am. Please, come up and join us for a moment. This is a rose of pinot noir. We make this from our best grapes, this has a nose, it has a taste. Key elements of wine in particular a pinot noir, even a rose of pinot noir is that there A, should be balance, but the three basic things is there is a nose, you have a smell, that the taste they call it the mid palette is consistent with the smell. And the after taste, or the finish is long and also consistent.
07:42-08:28 LYNN: Now we can enjoy the pinot noir which is the hardest, often conceived of, I don’t want to start an argument with other winemakers or things, but basically this is generally considered the hardest wine to make. It’s a very thin grape, the balances are very, the farming it is a very difficult thing. It’s a many layered grape, it doesn’t have that much tannin, you just really have to do this right to get it so, this is really a, this is one reason we attracted our wine maker here, she really wanted to…
MARY: I saw one of your pinots were on a 97 point.
LYNN: Just right. And this has a nose, it just pops out at you from way, you don’t even have to put your nose way in the glass although it’s good to do so.
08:39-09:02 JON: So what do you guys think?
MARY: Loved it.
MARK: Great.
JON: What was your favorite? I liked them all. What was your favorite Mark?
MARK: The 07 pinot.
JON: You liked that.
MARK: Yeah, it was great.
JON: What about the rose? Are you a rose kinda guy? You don’t seem like a rose kinda guy.
MARK: I never drink rose, but if you put that rose in front of me I will consume it quickly, it was really good.
JON: And now we are off to Osmosis Spa. Ready to get your spa on?
MARK: Oh, I’m ready.
09:16-09:54 JULES:Hello, welcome.
JON: Konichiwa.
JULES: I have a lovely tea service for you today. This tea that I a going to serve you actually works in conjunction with the enzyme bath. Its a nice part of your treatment.
JON: So what can you tell us about the enzyme bath? Neither one of us has done this before.
JULES: It’s a really wonderful heat treatment, and what’s so unique about it is it is generating it’s heat biologically through a process of fermentation. The bath has over 600 active plant enzymes that are catallizing the different woods in the bath to undergo a fermentation process, and the heat is a by product of that process.
10:05-10:50 JON: What inspired this from you? I mean you spent some time in Japan I understand.
MICHAEL: I did. I went over to Japan to study the traditional landscape gardening and meditation, and in the process I stumbled across this amazing enzyme bath and from the minute I sunk inside of it I knew it was my calling to bring it back to the United States.
JON:You designed all this stuff?
MICHAEL: Well actually I collaberated with some fantastic associates to do this, including Robert Ketchuml from England who is one of the preimenant japanese landscape gardeners, probably on the planet right now, and Steve Stukey who is a zen priest landscaper, now head of San Fransisco’s zen center, so we had a lot of intention to create a meditative environment here.
10:51-11:26 JON: Your massage therapists are wonderful, and you can actually have your massage in a pagoda, or in a standard massage room, right?
MICHAEL: That’s right, and we are really happy to have been working for 25 years now with an absolutely fantastic community of very gifted healers who are really motivated in their own personal development as well as their own massage technique, to really create the most elevated and profound massage experience you can imagine.
JON: We’ve had a great day, we started our day with wine, we took a little break for the Osmosis Spa which was amazing, and now we are back to wine, but I need to say arigato guzymas.
MICHAEL: Doi tashi maste.
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11:36-11:41JON: Coming up on Next Stop, California champagne, and a Santa Rosa historic landmark hotel.
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11:45-12:21 JON: So we are off to our final winery, which is actually champagne, Korbel.
SUNOMA: What Korbel makes currently is 15 different champagnes, they are listed according to the dosage level, so if it is 1 percent or less it is a dry champagne, between 1 and 2 percent is a medium, and greater than 2 is a dessert. So the first champagne we are going to try is our natural, it’s, um, the dosage on it is .75, it’s a blend of pinot noir and chardonnay. It’s also the inaugural champagne, has been served at every presidential inauguration since Kennedy.
12:22-13:17 JON: That’s really nice.
SUNOMA: It’s a little harder to find but it is distributed.
JON: Now there is a key to opening champagne bottles, right? I’m going to watch you do it properly.
SUNOMA: Uh oh, it’s supposed to whisper. The cage is put on with 6 half turns, it’s tradition, we can count if you like.
ALL: 1,2,3,4,5,6..and a half!
SUNOMA: And I always leave it on just for safety, but this will hold the cork, and when you open it it should..should..just whisper, if I do it right. How’s that?
JON: Music to my ears.
SUNOMA: So this is the brut rose, so iit does see a little bit of skin time because that is where the color comes from, so to get a little bit of pink, a little bit of time, we are talking hours.
JON: Really.
SUNOMA: Yeah, not very long. Well that’s it for today, come back and see us again.
13:23-13:41 JON: OK as I open this bottle of Korbel, we are just leaving Korbel, I was amazed that Korbel had so many varieties of champagne.
MARY: Me too.
MARK: I was very surprised, I didn’t know they had 15 varieties.
ALL: Cheers!
MARK: Hey Jon, where is our next stop?
JON: Our next stop? The Flamingo Resort.
MARK: Alright!
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13:45-14:59 JON: We always stay at cool places on Next Stop and this place is no exception. We are in downtown Santa Rosa at the Flamingo Resort and Spa.
DAN: It’s got a lot of history, flavor and it was the headquarters of the hollywood celebrities in the late 50’s.
JON: Just walking around the circular grounds here I feel like Elvis Presley or Marilyn Monroe is going walk by me, that’s really the feel you get at this place. Now, I am seeing a lot of art work around the area, a lot of Snoopy, Charlie Browns, Lucy statues, what are those all about?
DAN: They are worth about a quarter million dollars, so they are rather unique, especially the San Fransisco Giant ones in the lobby, with them now in the world series its really unique.
JON: Now Sunday brunch is supposed to be good, that’s on our agenda, right?
DAN: Yeah, we’ve won a couple awards already for the best brunch in Sonoma County.
JON: Describe why this property is so unique.
DAN: We have a great blend of both, beautiful room  and these 2 magnificent pools we have, we’ve got a beautiful cardio room with treadmill tv’s, we’ve got a group exercise area.
JON: So I’m digging the wine, I’m digging the food, I’m digging the exercise facility, but I’m also digging the spa.
DAN: Yeah, the spa is really special. In fact, why don’t you grab your girlfriend and head over there and let Maru Lou take good care of you and then I will meet you back in the lounge at 8 o’clock for something special.
15:03-15:18 MARU LU: We’ve got Jon going into our vichy scrub room and he’s going to be having a warming ginger salt scrub, which is just a wonderful wet water treatment. So we’ve got Mary then following Jon going into our rose petal facial which a a really wonderful hydrating facial.
15:26-15:59 JON: Antonio!
ANTONIO: Hi.
JON: Jon Olson. Dan said to show up at the lounge at 8:00 and there is some surprise happening for us. What’s up?
ANTONIO: Absolutely, you are actually going to be doing a salsa class tonight. So you’ve got your basic down, your side basic, and you are good to go. You guys did great!
JON: Ok, we didn’t see Elvis but we had a great time at the Flamingo Resort. We got our spa on, we learned how to salsa dance. Next time you are in Santa Rosa check this place out, it will take you straight back to Las Vegas in the 1950’s.
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16:06-16:22 JON: Alaska Airlines is the 8th largest US Airline based on passenger traffic and is clearly the dominant carrier on the west coast. With Alaska Airlines code share partner Horizon Airlines, you can fly directly into the heart of wine country from Portland or Seattle, right here to Sonoma County airport. For more information visit alaskaair.com
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16:32-16:55 JON: We love checking out great restaurants all over the globe and this place speaks to my heart. In downtown Santa Rosa we are at Starks Steak House. I’m a total meat and potatoes kind of guy Mark, thanks for having us.buddy.
Mark: Hey, nice to meet you.
JON: Now this place has been around for just  few years, right?
MARK: We are going into our third year now. We just loved the building, it was a little bit tired, we came in and just redid it and brought back all that old history to it.
16:58-17:22 MARK: It feels like an old fashioned steak house and you could be in Chicago, you could be in New York, you could be in San Francisco, luckily though you are in Sonoma County here, Santa Rosa. It just has that old fashioned feel that just brings back a ton of memories for a lot of people and creates a lot of new ones for people as well.
JON: You guys have something unique to most steak houses.
MARK: It’s the aging room, it’s our pride and joy.
17:27-18:00 MARK: An aging room really is the old fashioned way of aging beef, and creating that real good beefy flavor.
JON: What are your signature dishes?
MARK: Beef.
JON: Oh yeah, of course, but like which cut?
MARK: Well the unique part about Stark’s Steak House is there is several different ways to get your meat on. What I like to do is get several  cuts on the table, several different sauces and just everybody get a little bit of everything.
JON: Come to Stark’s Steak House and get your meat on.
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18:07-18:10 JON: Coming up on Next Stop, music by Adam Traum at one of Sonoma’s Original wineries.
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18:15-18:52 JON:When you think of Sonoma wines, you think of Sebastiani. This was one of the first vineyards in all of Sonoma County. You step into this amazing structure and it’s just. you feel like you are in history.
CHRISTOPHER: San Luis Sebastiani used to drive this tank on the back of a wagon up to the quarries to sell wine by the tin cup to the workers up there, about a nickle a cup back then.
JON: I love that. Actually it’s about a nickle a cup right now…it’s more than a nickle a cup.
CHRISTOPHER: Yeah, we’ve come a long way baby
JON: You’ve got a great tasting room.
CHRISTOPHER: Yes, it’s beautiful structure. It was the actual wine making facility up until about 2000 when we remodeled and turned that into the tasting room. It’s just a beautiful, beautiful room with a lot of arches, great for music.
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19:10-19:37JON: I knew Chicago had the blues, but I had no idea that Sonoma had the blues. Adam, you bring it buddy!
ADAM: Well thank you man.
JON: Now I gotta ask you guys because blues players don’t dress like this, did you guys get dressed up just for us tonight?
ADAM: Well you know it’s kind of a new thing, I’ve been dressing up for my gigs a little bit lately.
JON: It wasn’t just for us? Come on!
ADAM: Wasn’t just for you, I promise.
JON: The whole band looks good man.
ADAM: Well you know I just told them what I was wearing and I told them I just wanted them clean and covered you know, and they all listened to me for a change.
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20:30-20:44 JON: Whats the music scene like here?
ADAM: You know, it’s a small town and you would be surprised how jumping the music scene is. There’s a lot of good venues and there’s a lot of great players that you wouldn’t expect to be in this small a town or small an area.
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21:28-21:49 Thanks for tuning into Next Stop from California wine country, we had some amazing experiences, had some great wine, met some fabulous people. I also want to say thanks to my friends who came to share this experience with me, Mark and Leana, and my girlfriend Mary from Hawaii. Thanks also to our title sponsor Alaska Airlines and it’s code share partner Horizon Airlines. We’ll see you next time on Next Stop. Where will we take you next? Make good memories everybody.
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Behind the Scenes of the Blazers, Oregon Zoo, Choose Local, Floater.

Show 86
Pro Drive with Mattress World’s Sherri Hiner
, Deep Roots Music Project,Candidates GONE WILD! Red Star Tavern & Roast House, Keegan Smith
Show 87
Ice Racing, Holiday Brewfest, Astoria Iron Chef, Cherry Poppin’ Daddies.

Show 88
Frankfurt Zoo, Airport, Apple Wine and much more!

Show 89
Car Show, Seaside Inn, Seaside Helicopters, Salty Dogs and more!

Show 90
Nicholle Shops Portland, PDX Hip-Hop, JASO tea event, Blazers Supporting Local Music, Western Aerial.
Show 91
ziplining
, mountain tubing, kayaking and gorgeous oceanfront resorts. We feature the lovely island tunes of Jonah Cummings!

Show 92
Paddle Boarding, Glass Blowing, O’DYSIUS, Cooking Class, Wild Gourmet Chef, Roadhouse 101 & The Stange Tones!
Show 93
Home & Garden Show

Show 94
Classic Wines Auction, Wine Ambassador Dinner, Domaine Serene, Sahagun Chocolates, and much more!

Show 95
Kona By The Sea
, Kona Coffee Farm, Volcano Tour, Hawaii Forest,Captain Zodiac, The Shores, Kona Brewery & Pub, Kona Brewing Festival,Cheers for Beers
Show 96
Agate Beach Golf Course, Yaquina Light House, Hotels & Motels,Shopping, Dining, Mr. Bills Trivia, Earth Bound Beauty, James & Julz
Show 97
Blazers Playoff Game
, Indie Wine Festival, Hotel Vintage Plaza,Moonstuck at Midnight, Michael Allen Harrison
Show 98
Saturday Market
, Solar Power, Wildwood, Tillamook Cheese, Solar World, Scotland Barr & The Slow Drags
Show 99
POG, Polynesian Cultural Center, Sealife Park, Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, Aston Hotels & Resorts, Tikis Grill & Bar, Ka’ala Boys
Show 100
Sapporo Sister City, Japanese Gardens, Anchor Pier Lodge, Mo’s,Marine Discovery Tours, Throwback Suburbia
PDXposed #101 PDX, OR
Segments Include: PGE Park AAA all Star game. Tony Starlights, First Thursday with Mayor Sam Adams, Patrick Lamb.
PDXposed #102 PDX & Lincoln City, OR
Segments Include: Kite Festival, Surftides Hotel, Glass Blowing, Pottery, Glass Blowing, Eden Hall, Side Door Cafe, Black Fish, Ty Curtis Band
PDXposed #103 PDX & Cannon Beach, OR
Segments Include: PIR Nascar with Kimberly Maus, Mo’s, Oregon Beach Vacations & Elements by the Sea Spa with Shel Bailey, Chervona.
PDXposed #104 Maui, Hawaii
Segments Include: UFO Parasailing,Maui Adventure Cruises,Scuba Diving, Ka’anapali Shores & Villas, Helicopter Tour, Magic Show, Willy K.
PDXposed #105 Best of O’ahu, Hawaii
Segments Include: Polynesian Cultural Center, Sealife Park, Duke’s Waikiki, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Surfing, Maunalua.
PDXposed #106 SEA Show
Segments Include: SEAhawks, SEAport Airlines, SEAside Iron Chef, SEAside Golf, Dining, Shopping, StEphAnie SchnEidermAn.
PDXposed #107 PDX, OR
Segments Include: Blazers Fan Fest, Willamette Valley Vineyards Grape Stomp, Candlelighters, The Lonley H.
PDXposed #108 Newport, OR
Segments Include: Whale/Storm Watching,Glass Blowing, Yaquina Head Lighthouse Tour, Oyster Cloyster, Perpetua.
PDXposed #109 Big Island, Hawaii
Segments Include: Mountain Thunder, Dolphin Quest, Hilton Waikoloa Village, Kahua Ranch, Ocean Sports, John Keawe.
PDXposed #110 Sapporo, Japan
Segments Include: 58th Sapporo Snow Festival, Sato-Land, Ice Bar Hopping, United Colors.
PDXposed #111 Sapporo, Japan
Segments Include: Kiroro Ski Resort, Snow Park, Spa, Japanese Video Games, Karaoke, The Drowners.
PDXposed #112 PDX, OR
Segments Include: The Stange Tones , Keegan Smith , Brothers of the Baladi , Floater. In this ALL BAND’s Special!
PDXposed #113 Maui, Hawaii
Segments Include: Zipline, Cliff Dive,Wailele & Royal Lahaina Luau, Cruise, Golf, Tiki Bar, George Kahumoku
PDXposed #114 Pt. Townsend, WA
Segments Include: Sailing 101, Ajax Cafe, Reenactment Officer & a Gentelmen, Lucius Clay.
PDXposed #115 Kauai, Hawaii
Segments Include: Waimea Canyon, Na Pali Coast Sail & Snorkel, Aston Resorts, Mahulia
PDXposed #116 PDX, OR
Segments Include: Portland Music Awards with Chloe Houser & Daniel Baldwin.
PDXposed #117 PDX, OR & Newport, OR
Segments Include: Crossfit, Newport Seafood & Wine Festival, Oregon Beach Vacations, VanderVeer Center, PG3 (Portland Guitar Three).
PDXposed #118 Munich, Germany
Segments Include: German Market, Deutsches Museum, Hofbraeuhaus, River Surfing.
PDXposed #119 Astoria, OR
Segments Include: Fort George Brewery, Goonies Jail, Baked Alaska, Cannery Pier Hotel, Nettle Honey.
PDXposed #120 Chicago, IL
Segments Include: White Sox & Chicago Bulls Sports, Bike Hike Tour, Skydeck at Willis Tower (A.K.A Sears Tower), Rooftop Bar Hopping, Conrad Hotel, Buddy Guy’s Blues Vino Louden.
PDXposed #121 Alaska
Segments Include: Club Paris, Museum, Helicopter Tour, Captain Cook, Alaska Brewing, Nervis Rex.
PDXposed #122 Hawaii
Stand up Paddle Boarding, Golfing, Fire Dancing, The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Tropica Restaurant & Bar, Heavenly Spa, The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas, Onion Festival, Uluwehi.
PDXposed #123 Newport, OR
Segments Include: Oregon Oyster Farms, Newport Aquarium, Cooking, Performing Arts Center, Patrick Lamb.
PDXposed #124 PDX, OR
Segments Include: Portland Spirit, Roloff Farm, Pura Vida Massage & Wellness, Frogtown, Kleveland.
PDXposed #125 Seaside, OR
Segments Include: C By the Sea, Seaside Aquarium, Volleyball Tournament, Seaside Carousel Mall, Seaside Helicopters, Pilar French.
PDXposed #126 Best of Hawaii
Segments Include: Waimea Plantation Cottages, Waimea Canyon, Zipline, Swim with Dolphins Hilton Hawaiian Village, Willy k.
PDXposed #117 PDX, OR Crew Favorites FINAL SHOW <———————
Segments Include: PDXposed Crew shows you their favorite segments over the past years!


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Show 1
Skydive Oregon, Voodoo Donuts, Last Thursday, Patrick Lamb
Show 2
Winterhawks, Billy Reeds, Paintball, TRIVIA, Stephanie Schneidermann
Show 3
Wallbangers, Nordic Center(Cooper Spur), Rogue Ales, Maktub
Show 4
Cooper Spur Resort, Snowboarding/Elimidate, Savinos, Spin
Show 5
Hood River Hotel, Pasqualies Restaurant, Full Sail, Camaro Hair
Show 6
PGE Park, Greek Fest, Rock Climbing, Mary Kadderly
Show 7
TriMet Yellow Line, Cand’s Gone Wild, Hubers
Show 8
Wine Country, Hot Air Balloon, CASA Event, Life After Liftoff
Show 9
Cinco de Mayo, Hot Bod Contest, Comedy Sportz, Jet Boat, Scott Fisher
Show 11
Best of Voodoo Donuts, Saks Benefit, TriMet, Last Thursday, Camaro Hair
Show 12
Best of 2- PGE Park, Hubers, Outrageous , Greekfest, Scott Fisher
Show 13
Bands – Maktub, Rubberneck, Mary Kadderly, Life After Liftoff,Sidestar..RogueAle in Newport
Show 14
Seattle Seahawks, The BITE of OR, Oregon Zoo, Justin Hopkins
Show 15
Oaks Park , Oktoberfest, Tigard HC Football/Cheerleaders, Geoff Byrd
Show 16
Mt. Hood Train, Waterfront Brewfest, KXL BBQ Guy & Campbell’s Bar BQ, Tiller’s Folly
Show 17
PEAR Event, Gypsy Caravan , Gapfest, OMSI, Dirty Martini
Show 18
Portland Wrestling , Cosmic Bowling, Civil War/Hooters, Fashion Show, The Superficials
Show 19
Aquarium, WhaleWatch, Golf, Yaquina Hd. Lighthouse, Mo’s Chowder, GlassFloatSearch, Jonah
Show 20
Bonneville Spa/Resort, Meals on Wheels, Bluegrass Festival, Dr. Theopolis
Show 21
Rodeo, Oscar Party, Jupiter Hotel, Richmond Fontaine
Show 22
Harlem Globetrotters, Kells – St. Paddy’s Day, OR Music Hall of Fame, Rachael Taylor Brown
Show 23
Whale Watching , Glass Float, Huber’s, Voodoo Donuts, Fashion Show, Cosmic Bowling, Jonah
Show 24
Oaks Park , Jupiter Hotel/Doug Fir, Oscar Night Party, Geoff Byrd
Show 25
Seattle Seahawks , KXL BBQ Guy/Campbell’s BBQ, Hooters Civil War Party, Tiller’s Folly
Show 26
Cart Races , Speed Dating, Indie Wine Fest, Harvey’s Comedy Club, Ditty Twisters (band)
Show 27
US Men’s Volleyball , Fashion Palooza, Joey Harrington Event, Rossi Farms BBQ, Geoff Byrd
Show 28
Portland Timbers, ONE Benefit, White Trash Contest, Martial Arts Tourney, Jesus Presley
Show 29
Be a Pilot , Black Walnut Inn, Tina’s, Spruce Goose, Winery, Lawrence Gallery, Debra Arlyn
Show 30
Sat Mkt., Japanese Gardens, Sake’1, Masu Sushi Bar, Rich. Elem. School – , Man of the Year
Show 31
Olympic Ski Jump, Winter Sports Museum, Sapporo Brewery, Home Meal, Fish Market,Highway 61
Show 32
Jozankei Resort, Fishing Village, Shopping, Ainue Ctr., Kitara Concert Hall-Daniel Qrtet
Show 33
Sapporo Dome, Moerenuma Pk, Art Pk, Sapporo Beer Museum, Shoping, Ramen Alley, Karaoke
Show 34
PDX Mag. Party, ABATE, Baby Boomers Social Club,Model Shoot, 1st Thurs., The Imprints
Show 35
Surfing/surf shop, Surfsand Resort, Family Mkt., Tillamook Cheese, Seaside Shops, Tom Varley
Show 36
Cooper Spur Resort, Mt. Hood Meadows Snowboarding, Seahawks, Maktub
Show 37
Noche’, Ice Racing, Superbowl Party, Oregon Zoo , Pillars of Nein
Show 38
Small City Big Hip Hop, PDX Mag. Pub Crawl, Lumberjacks, Dante’s Real People, Cool NUTZ
Show 39
Charlie FM Benefit, Car Show, Alexis, Greekfest, Intervision 5
Show 40
Rose City Rollers, Purse Ben., Lotus Fat Tues., PGE Park (Seattle Mariners), Storm & The Balls
Show 41
Rocket Boat, Newport Fest., Chinook Winds, Panache , Kites, Apollo ., Debra Arlyn
Show 42
Crabbing, Newport Fest, BellaBch Props., Blue Cork Wine Bar, Glass Making, The Showroom,Rye Hollow
Show 43
Old Town Pizza/Shanghai Tunnels, DentSpa, Indio Vodka, London Infl. Makeover, Velabonz
Show 44
BEST OF Portland Show.
Show 45
BEST OF Sapporo Show.
Show 4
Alberta Street Show
Show 46
Skydive OR, Harvey’s, JAMS, Country Bands Battle, Scotland Barr & Slow Drags
Show 48
LeMans PIR, Cornhole The City, American Laser, Brazil Grill, SEI, Justin Hopkins
Show 49
Port Townsend/Port Hadlock Show
Show 50
Highland Games, Beer Nutz, Brew Fest, Galaxy Karaoke, VooDoo Party @ Aura, Western Aerial
Show 51
Blue Thunder, Holiday Ale Fest, Dragon Tree Spa, TVF&R Fire, Mission 5
Show 52
MUSIC Best of Show — Intervision 5, Justin Hopkins, Western Aerial,Storm & The Balls
Show 53
Children’s Cancer Assoc., Erotic Ball, Alexis , Rose City Rollers, Velabonz
Show 54
Seaside#1-Helicopter,Best Western,Lil Bayou,Big foots,Factory Stores,Aquarium,Stephanie Schneiderman
Show 55
Astoria#1-Hol.Inn,Fulios,Fish Market,TeaHouse,Sunday Mkt,Column,Liberty Theater,Swing Cats
Show 56
Seaside#2-HolXpress, Gilbert Inn, McKeowns, Dundee’s, CarouselMall,Wine&ArtWalk,
Aquarium, Jon Itkin
Show 57
Astoria#2-Helicopter, Hotel Elliot, Cellar on 10th, Schoonres, Baked Alaska, Brownsmead Flats
Show 58
Japan Show Winter #1
Show 59
Japan Show Winter #2
Show 60
Champ Car Race, Sportfight, Ernie Bernie, Aztec Willies, Hotel Monaco,Aladdin Event, PatrickLamb
Show 61
Curling (IM), 1080TheFan, PGE Park, Taste of the Nation, Intervision
Show 62
Skydive OR/Harveys/Mana (IM), Habitat 4Humanity, Storm/Lukas,Throwback Suburbia
Show 63
Portland Shockwave (IM), Aura/Voodoo Party, SEI Benefit,BridgeportVillage, Michael Allen Harrison
Show 64
Astoria#3 – Helicopter,EagleCoveHouse, Britta’s Inn, Cannery Café,DaySpa, Banker’s Suite, Acoustic Minds
Show 65
PDXposed Goes Germany – Frankfurt/Lufthansa
Show 66
PDXposed Goes Germany – Munich/Lufthansa
Show 67
Walla Walla #1 — VaPiano, Marcus Whitman Hotel (Rest/Hotel),Bergevin Lane, Woodward Canyon
Show 68
Columbia River Day Spa, OMHF, Portland Winterhawks, Bureau of Standards Big Band
Show 69
Behind the scenes at Blazer game, Rock the Runway, American Laser.,The Grand Central Bowl, Floater
Show 70
Editor Choice Show: Brazil Grill,Ice Racing, Sportfighting,SEI benefit,Justin Jude
Show 71
PGE Park, Wine Goers,Taste of the Nation. Nicolle Shops Portland’s party, Dirty Martini
Show 72
Ocean Shores,Razor Clam Festival,Restaurant crawl,Irish Music Festival
Show 73
Dallas Eliuk of the Portland Lumberjax, The Toy Room, Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital,Tony Starlight
Show 74 BEST OF
Show 75 BEST OF
Show 76 BEST OF
Show 77 BEST OF
Show 78
PDXposed Goes Hawaii #2
Show 79
PDXposed Goes Hawaii #1
Show 80
Pendleton,OR Show. Wildhorse Casino, Golf, Restaurant. Pendleton Woolen Mills, Hamleys Co.
Show 81 BEST OF
Show 82
Newport, OR Show. Crabbing, Marine Boat, Newport Aquarium, Moes, The Ark, Rouge Brewery, Debra Arlyn.
Show 83
Rose City Rollers, Storm Spa Day, Baked Alaksa, Brothers of the Baladi
Show 84
Seaside, OR Show. Beach Volley Tournament, Seaside Aquarium,Carousel Mall, Dicovery / Estuary Program, Dundees, Oregon Beach Vacations,Jon Itkin
Show 85
Behind the Scenes of the Blazers, Oregon Zoo, Choose Local, Floater.
Show 86
Pro Drive with Mattress World’s Sherri Hiner, Deep Roots Music Project,Candidates GONE WILD! Red Star Tavern & Roast House, Keegan Smith
Show 87
Ice Racing, Holiday Brewfest, Astoria Iron Chef, Cherry Poppin’ Daddies.
Show 88
Frankfurt Zoo, Airport, Apple Wine and much more!
Show 89
Car Show, Seaside Inn, Seaside Helicopters, Salty Dogs and more!
Show 90
Nicholle Shops Portland, PDX Hip-Hop, JASO tea event, Blazers Supporting Local Music, Western Aerial.
Show 91
ziplining, mountain tubing, kayaking and gorgeous oceanfront resorts. We feature the lovely island tunes of Jonah Cummings!
Show 92
Paddle Boarding, Glass Blowing, O’DYSIUS, Cooking Class, Wild Gourmet Chef, Roadhouse 101 & The Stange Tones!
Show 93
Home & Garden Show
Show 94
Classic Wines Auction, Wine Ambassador Dinner, Domaine Serene, Sahagun Chocolates, and much more!
Show 95
Kona By The Sea, Kona Coffee Farm, Volcano Tour, Hawaii Forest,Captain Zodiac, The Shores, Kona Brewery & Pub, Kona Brewing Festival,Cheers for Beers
Show 96
Agate Beach Golf Course, Yaquina Light House, Hotels & Motels,Shopping, Dining, Mr. Bills Trivia, Earth Bound Beauty, James & Julz
Show 97
Blazers Playoff Game, Indie Wine Festival, Hotel Vintage Plaza,Moonstuck at Midnight, Michael Allen Harrison
Show 98
Saturday Market, Solar Power, Wildwood, Tillamook Cheese, Solar World, Scotland Barr & The Slow Drags
Show 99
POG, Polynesian Cultural Center, Sealife Park, Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, Aston Hotels & Resorts, Tikis Grill & Bar, Ka’ala Boys
Show 100
Sapporo Sister City, Japanese Gardens, Anchor Pier Lodge, Mo’s,Marine Discovery Tours, Throwback Suburbia
PDXposed #101 PDX, OR
Segments Include: PGE Park AAA all Star game. Tony Starlights, First Thursday with Mayor Sam Adams, Patrick Lamb.
PDXposed #102 PDX & Lincoln City, OR
Segments Include: Kite Festival, Surftides Hotel, Glass Blowing, Pottery, Glass Blowing, Eden Hall, Side Door Cafe, Black Fish, Ty Curtis Band
PDXposed #103 PDX & Cannon Beach, OR
Segments Include: PIR Nascar with Kimberly Maus, Mo’s, Oregon Beach Vacations & Elements by the Sea Spa with Shel Bailey, Chervona.
PDXposed #104 Maui, Hawaii
Segments Include: UFO Parasailing,Maui Adventure Cruises,Scuba Diving, Ka’anapali Shores & Villas, Helicopter Tour, Magic Show, Willy K.
PDXposed #105 Best of O’ahu, Hawaii
Segments Include: Polynesian Cultural Center, Sealife Park, Duke’s Waikiki, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Surfing, Maunalua.
PDXposed #106 SEA Show
Segments Include: SEAhawks, SEAport Airlines, SEAside Iron Chef, SEAside Golf, Dining, Shopping, StEphAnie SchnEidermAn.
PDXposed #107 PDX, OR
Segments Include: Blazers Fan Fest, Willamette Valley Vineyards Grape Stomp, Candlelighters, The Lonley H.
PDXposed #108 Newport, OR
Segments Include: Whale/Storm Watching,Glass Blowing, Yaquina Head Lighthouse Tour, Oyster Cloyster, Perpetua.
PDXposed #109 Big Island, Hawaii
Segments Include: Mountain Thunder, Dolphin Quest, Hilton Waikoloa Village, Kahua Ranch, Ocean Sports, John Keawe.
PDXposed #110 Sapporo, Japan
Segments Include: 58th Sapporo Snow Festival, Sato-Land, Ice Bar Hopping, United Colors.
PDXposed #111 Sapporo, Japan
Segments Include: Kiroro Ski Resort, Snow Park, Spa, Japanese Video Games, Karaoke, The Drowners.
PDXposed #112 PDX, OR
Segments Include: The Stange Tones , Keegan Smith , Brothers of the Baladi , Floater. In this ALL BAND’s Special!
PDXposed #113 Maui, Hawaii
Segments Include: Zipline, Cliff Dive,Wailele & Royal Lahaina Luau, Cruise, Golf, Tiki Bar, George Kahumoku
PDXposed #114 Pt. Townsend, WA
Segments Include: Sailing 101, Ajax Cafe, Reenactment Officer & a Gentelmen, Lucius Clay.
PDXposed #115 Kauai, Hawaii
Segments Include: Waimea Canyon, Na Pali Coast Sail & Snorkel, Aston Resorts, Mahulia
PDXposed #116 PDX, OR
Segments Include: Portland Music Awards with Chloe Houser & Daniel Baldwin.
PDXposed #117 PDX, OR & Newport, OR
Segments Include: Crossfit, Newport Seafood & Wine Festival, Oregon Beach Vacations, VanderVeer Center, PG3 (Portland Guitar Three).
PDXposed #118 Munich, Germany
Segments Include: German Market, Deutsches Museum, Hofbraeuhaus, River Surfing.
PDXposed #119 Astoria, OR
Segments Include: Fort George Brewery, Goonies Jail, Baked Alaska, Cannery Pier Hotel, Nettle Honey.
PDXposed #120 Chicago, IL
Segments Include: White Sox & Chicago Bulls Sports, Bike Hike Tour, Skydeck at Willis Tower (A.K.A Sears Tower), Rooftop Bar Hopping, Conrad Hotel, Buddy Guy’s Blues Vino Louden.
PDXposed #121 Alaska
Segments Include: Club Paris, Museum, Helicopter Tour, Captain Cook, Alaska Brewing, Nervis Rex.
PDXposed #122 Hawaii
Stand up Paddle Boarding, Golfing, Fire Dancing, The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Tropica Restaurant & Bar, Heavenly Spa, The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas, Onion Festival, Uluwehi.
PDXposed #123 Newport, OR
Segments Include: Oregon Oyster Farms, Newport Aquarium, Cooking, Performing Arts Center, Patrick Lamb.
PDXposed #124 PDX, OR
Segments Include: Portland Spirit, Roloff Farm, Pura Vida Massage & Wellness, Frogtown, Kleveland.
PDXposed #125 Seaside, OR
Segments Include: C By the Sea, Seaside Aquarium, Volleyball Tournament, Seaside Carousel Mall, Seaside Helicopters, Pilar French.
PDXposed #126 Best of Hawaii
Segments Include: Waimea Plantation Cottages, Waimea Canyon, Zipline, Swim with Dolphins Hilton Hawaiian Village, Willy k.
PDXposed #127 PDX, OR Crew Favorites FINAL SHOW <--------------------- Segments Include: PDXposed Crew shows you their favorite segments over the past years!