Next Stop: Las Vegas

Everything BUT the strip! Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour, Black Canyon River Tour, Zipline over Fremont Street, Capo’s Italian Steakhouse, Aston MonteLago Village Resort, Tarah Grace at The Black Door.

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NEXT STOP: LAS VEGAS (TRANSCRIPTION)

00:00-00:04 JON: Hi, I’m Jon Olson, and welcome to Next Stop, from sin city, USA
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00:19- 00:35 JON: Welcome to Next Stop from Las Vegas, Nevada. If you’ve been to Vegas, you all know about the wild and crazy strip. On this episode, we are going to do everything off strip, like ziplining over Fremont Street with the flying Elvi. The fun starts now! Viva Las Vegas, wooo!
00:55-01:31 JON: Brina, thank you for helping us kick off our Vegas show, this is a great way to start it. I’ve been to Vegas many times, I’ve never seen the ziplines over Fremont Street. How long has it been here?
BRINA: We’ve been here since October 2010.
JON: Who inspired this? It just so awesome, its so cool, especially when the lights are flying, everyone is screaming from down below and up top, who inspired this?
BRINA: Um, I think it was really our owners. We have one out in the desert and they were looking for a way just to bring some more life down to Fremont Street, and we’ve always looked for like an urban type of a flight line system, so this is neat, everybody gets that experience of flying over like you said, a rock star with the show going on and, its a really just neat, quick experience.
01:39-02:10 JON: Ok, so we got really super lucky on Next Stop, we didnt expect to get to fly with Elvis Presley and Elvis Presley, but there happens to be an Elvis convention in town, right now, right?
SEVE: Contest competition for the ultimate Elvis, looking for the ultimate Elvis is this regional contest here put on by the Legends In Concert.
JON: So where are you guys from:
SEVE: I’m from Modesto, California.
MARK: I’m from Australia.
JON: Australia? You came all the way to compete?
MARK: Yeah, and party.
JON: Good luck you guys, and thanks for flying. Hey, look at those big old rings, this is legitimate Elvis bling here guys.
02:15-03:03 THOMAS: Well this is the original Las Vegas, this is where it all began back in 1905 when Las Vegas was founded. In fact, the first hotel in Las Vegas still exists at the end of Fremont Street, what is now the Golden Gate was built in 1906. Fremont Street was the first street in Las Vegas, and also the first paved road. And about 15 years ago they closed it down to vehicular traffic, and built a 5 block long urban pedestrian mall, capped by the worlds largest video screen.
JON: You’ve got lots of casino’s, you have people walking, I saw Spock talking to Spongebob, Ozzy Osbourne just walked by us, you have something for everybody.
THOMAS:  We do have a lot of characters, the best thing, we have free entertainment, we have 3 stages with 3 stage productions or concerts every night, its a casual, let your hair down, fun environment.
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03:10-03:41 JON: We get to do something special today, we get to tour, over the air, one of the seven wonders of the world, something that nobody on the Next Stop crew has got to do, thanks to our pilot Marina here.
MARINA: We will pick up from the south rim, and we are going to head east, we’ll head to south of the east canyon first, cross over the ridge there into the Zuni corridor, find our way to the Little Colorado River which is blue this time of year which is quite special.
JON: Does it ever get old, I mean we have never seen this, so I’m stoked. I’ve flown over it at like 35,000 feet, but never like this.
MARINA: I’ve done over 2,000 tours and every day is something different.
03:50-04:09 MARINA: Up ahead to the right, that large plateau is called Nankoweap Mesa, that is where the Navaho and the Paiute had a large battle, we presume for territory. We do know that there are cave dwellings on the other side of Nankoweap near the river where the wild buffalo live, the native american word, tatanka.
04:21-04:48 MARINA: Now we just turned towards another landmark that is straight ahead of us, its a red, its a rock structure on top of that red Mount Brady, its on the map called Point Brady, however we call it the battleship because it looks just like one, and as we get closer it will unfold and reveal itself to you. Now we do know there are hundreds of people in the canyon every single day, but they are just so darn tiny you can’t see them.
05:00-05:43 JON: Why is it that this place is the only place in the world that has the Grand Canyon? Why is it here? Is there a reason why geologically its only here?
MARINA: The briefing that you saw in the building earlier should have told you not to ask the pilots questions  they don’t know the answers to!
JON: I thought I might be throwing you kind of a big curve ball there which I did.
MARINA: Well it started with just the river, just a small, basic river and it was relatively flat here. The water wants to find its neutral again, it wants to go down to sea level so it just keeps carving away at it. With that initial carving, that’s when the winds start taking over as well. You also notice that the south rim is a lot closer to the river than the north rim is.
05:53-06:12  MARINA: Coming up ahead is the confluence of the two rivers, the Little Colorado comes from that gorge ahead to the right. Now the little river, the gorge, and the land to the north ahead of us, and northeast ahead to the right is all protected Navaho land, about 25,000 square
miles.
06:22-06:31 JON: That is crazy down there, look at that! Aqua, aqua blue waters turning into green. That is, that’s impressive, that’s awesome.
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06:39-06:43 JON: Coming up on Next Stop, rafting below the Hoover Dam, and an authentic Italian steak house.
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06:48-07:18 JON: In the early 1900’s Las Vegas was established as a railroad town, a resting point, watering hole between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. In 1931 it experienced a population boom with the construction of the Hoover Dam, which happened to be the same year that gambling was officially legalized. After World War Two luxurious hotels and casinos sprouted up, and in 1969 the man himself, Elvis Presley, opened at the Las Vegas Hilton. Today, well today, you know the rest of the story. Book your trip to Las Vegas with alaskaair.com
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07:23-08:05 JON: Today we will experience scenic Black Canyon on the magnificent Colorado River with Black Canyon River Adventures. This is Brian, he’s our tour guide, and he is about to start off by telling us the best thing that has happened to him in the last 20 years.
BRIAN: The O’Callaghan Tillman Memorial bridge.
JON: This big guy right here?
BRIAN: That big guy right up there. Well I think what you have got here is not just one now, but two of the more remarkable engineering feats in America in one spot. And to have the Dam framed the way it is by that bridge is a pretty remarkable sight, I think you can tell by looking.
JON: It looks like a post card.
BRIAN: The Dam itself of course, built between 1932 and 1935 for the primary purpose of controlling flood on the Colorado River.
08:11-08:30 ANDREW: One of the only ways that visitors get to see the view of the dam and the bridge is by being on this trip. This area is restricted by the National Park Service and Bureau of Reclamation, so in order for us to enable our visitors to see it, we’ve authorized this raft trip and they are the only ones that can get up this close to the dam, so its a very unique opportunity.
08:40-09:15 BRIAN: For the next 5 or 6 miles down the river, you will see this kind of an effect with water just gushing right out of the rock, right out of the canyon walls. They are all hot springs, the rock right here in front of us is between 135, 140 degrees. I like to prove to my passengers that the water is that hot, sometimes they don’t believe me, ha ha.
WOMAN: Ow.
JON: Laughs.
09:25-10:27  BRIAN: Here on the Nevada side of the river we have one of the more scenic views that we will see all day, this is called moonscape canyon, and I like to pause a moment and show this to folks, because its a great spot to get some perspective on the size of Black Canyon. That ridge in the distance out there is the top, that is about a thousand, 900 feet above us. There is a lot of natural holes through the rock, or arches, we call them desert windows. Its kind of amazing, you think about how hard the rock is, you think about how little it rains out here, and yet those holes are formed by the action of wind and rain.
JON: Now we just saw a big bird back there, what was that?
BRIAN: That was a turkey buzzard, a vulture, part of the desert clean up crew. Well, whenever I see a couple of those gathering above my raft, people my age need to keep moving, otherwise they get the wrong idea and get a little too close.
JON: Let’s go, let’s get moving!
10:43-10:54 JON: That was our first time on the Colorado River and we made some great memories. Thanks to Black Canyon River Adventures, Andy from the National Park Services, and our awesome tour guide Brian. And Brian, I got a message for you man. Keep moving buddy! Don’t let the vultures get you. We like you around here.
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11:09-11:39 JON: We are all intrigued with Old Vegas, where it was straight up gangsta baby, well straight up gangsta is alive and well at Capo’s Italian Steakhouse.
DOORMAN: How ya doin’?
JON: How you doin’?
DOORMAN: Welcome to Capo’s. No how YOU doin’?
JON: I’m doin’ good, how you doin’?
DOORMAN: I’m doing good, who sent you?
JON: Frankie.
DOORMAN: Frankie who?
JON: Frankie Benetari
DOORMAN: Hold on, you sound a little suspect.
JON: Maybe just a little.
DOORMAN: Alright, come on, I’ll let you in tonight, alright.
JON: Alright.
DOORMAN: Alright, alright, alright.
11:50-12:20 JON: There is no passionate kitchen more so than an itailian kitchen, especially with an italian chef. Jason here is an italian chef, we are at an italian steakhouse. Everything on the menu is sort of mobster, gangster, italian related, right?
JASON: 100%, yes sir.
JON: Describe the menu to us, because its fun.
JASON: It is, its very fun, its real old school, like there is a lot of new stuff going on, I’m sorry I tried to stop myself from swearing there, there is a lot of new stuff going on in food, we don;t really mess with that, we kind of like to keep everything old school. like our meatball recipe is 200 years old.
12:26-12:53: JASON: This dish on the menu is called a sawed off sausage and pepper, which is kind of a gangster kind of thing going on there. The secret to the marsala is a little rosemary. It really is, and the wine of course, you have got to use a good wine. Here is our signature mushroom risotto, which uh, I don’t want to tell you too much about it, its kind of a secret. There are only like 5 guys that even know how to make this.
12:56-13:37 JON: Nico?
NICO: Yes sir.
JON: Al Capone would be proud of you.
NICO: Well you know what, that’s why I built the joint you know, I mean at the end of the day it’s to pay homage to all these old gangsters, you know, growing up in Chicago, this is what we grew up with.
JON: This is what you grew up with.
NICO: This is the food I grew up with , these are the recipes I brought over from there and we are  very proud to deliver it in a way that they would be proud of.
JON: And you’ve got movie posters all over the wall, you’ve  got an authentic singer, this guy sang with Elvis?
NICO: Yeah, Kevin DeCosta is the real deal. Old school Vegas doesn’t miss a beat, the real deal.
JON: Your staff looks like they have a good time, they are all having fun with each other.
NICO: Well you know, it’s kind of by design really, I don’t think really have a choice. I mean really we want our clients to have a good time so I want to make sure the staff is exuding that to each client that comes through the door.
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13:44-13:48 JON: Coming up, a stunning Lake Las Vegas Resort, singing gondoliers and more.
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13:59-15:02  JON: This is great, and you what else is great Kathy? The Aston MonteLago Village Resort. This is amazing. We’ve stayed at a lot of Aston properties, but yours is the most unique we’ve ever stayed at. Tell us about the rooms, because its like your own little…
KATHY: Yeah, they are great. They are studio units on up to full 3 bedroom units, all fully equipped so you come for the weekend and you have everything you need. Fully equipped kitchens so if you want to cook a meal you cook a meal, have your beverages, its just really a great property.
JON: You know what my favorite thing about the property is? I like the rooms a lot, but I like the fact that Vegas, and the crazy strip is just over those mountains, like 30 minutes away, and you come back here. We were there last night, and we come back and it is so peaceful, it’s so calming.
KATHY: It’s Las Vegas, so you are coming to Las Vegas, but you have this peaceful, beautiful atmosphere that you don’t have anywhere else. We do tons of weddings and there is not another place in the city that I can think of where you can get married right on a beautiful lake and have this atmosphere.
15:12-15:42 MATTHEW: Gondola Adventures specializes in just romantic cruises for couples, we really make big moments for them, proposals, anniversaries, birthdays. We say we make moments that last for a lifetime, just a very romantic setting out here.
JON: Now do you do it just on this lake, or are you guys all around Las Vegas?
MATTHEW: We only do it on this lake. Our gondoliers specialize in just this locale, we do that mainly because it is so unique. It has it’s own temperament, its own style and its such a private experience.
JON: Well Kathy and I just met today, so we really appreciate you orchestrating this romantic experience for us, right Kathy?
KATHY: Yes, we do.
MATTHEW: Well, we like starting moments, we just create a moment of opportunity.
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15:55-16:27 JON: Tell us about the actual resort itself, and the little village, the town. You have restaurants and shops.
KATHY: Fantastic restaurants, there is an italian, there is a french bistro, there is a, the irish pub which is the most popular place.
JON: I’m going there tonight.
KATHY: Yes, it is a local hangout if you will.
JON: And tonight you have a wine walk which we are going to partake in, tell us about that.
KATHY: Yeah, its awesome, it is a wine walk that benefits New Vista Community and there are about 25 different wineries that come in and they serve their wine and you taste different wines.
16:32-17:16 JON: We are the wine walk, we’ve got our wine, we have lots of people having a good time, live music happening, but its all for a good cause, right Michelle?
MICHELLE: Yes it is.
JON: Tell us about New Vista.
MICHELLE: New Vista is a local charity here in Las Vegas, and we provide support services to adults and kids that have intellectual challenges so autism, downs syndrome, and we provide them with homes and we teach them how to live more independently so they can do more things on their own, and need us less.
JON: That sounds wonderful, so tell us about tonight, this is kind of a nice, fun event.
MICHELLE: Oh, we have been doing the wine walks for 7 years now, and we love doing the wine walks out here at Lake Las Vegas because it is beautiful, its relaxing, you get out of the city for an evening, and its a perfect date night.
17:25-17:44 JON: Tasting station number 10, what do we got here brother?
DREW: We actually have one by J. Lohr, it’s Falcon’s Perch, its a pinot noir.
JON: I have a question for you, I hear the term what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. What does that mean?
DREW: Actually, all of us living here still are still trying to figure it out.
JON: That’s good, how about we taste some of your wine?
DREW: Absolutely.
JON: Thanks man.
17:52-18:15 JON: On average, how many weddings are there in Las Vegas every single day?
EVELYN: A lot.
JON: Oh yeah, a lot, but let’s give us a number.
EVELYN: 732.
JON: Your married, so you are one of them.732 a day? That’s a little bit  much.
EVELYN: Ok 121.
JON: OK so go somewhere a little bit in between there, like maybe 315.
EVELYN: 315!
JON: Yes.
18:19-18:36  JON: So who was it that said it only happens on the strip in Las Vegas? It wasnt me, because right now its happening on Lake Las Vegas, we had a great day, a gondola ride, singing, Kathy from Aston Hotels, a wine walk, and now we are at the irish pub that Kathy said rocks, and this place is absolutely rocking. Come to Lake Las Vegas and have a good time.
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18:42-18:46 JON: Up next, Las Vegas Hall of Fame musician Tarah Grace and the Magnetics.
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18:51- JON: For our live music segment, we are Dave Navarro’s, and our new friend Nico’s Black Door bar and Grill, for Tarah Grace and the Magnetics.
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JON: We’re very honored to have Tarah Grace and the Magnetics here as our featured band on the Las Vegas show, so honored because this is old school Vegas. Old school Vegas rock and roll. It’s not the strip, its not the lounge singers, its real rock and roll, and you got your start here a long time ago, before this was all really blown up, didn’t you?
TARAH: I did, I was a young teen when I first started singing, and I’ve been here from the very dark ages of the rock, the original rock scene. And its expanded, there are a lot more clubs that feature original music, a lot more people have moved, there is just a lot more opportunity for the original artist.
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20:14-20:33 TARAH: What they do on the strip is more designed for a sheer entertainment for pleasing other people. I’m a little selfish in that regard, being I’m an original artist and writing for myself with the band, there is a plus to it because we do consider ourselves pretty entertaining and we have a pretty big fan base that through the years we have accumulated.
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20:51-21:13 JON: Tell us about your band, the Magnetics.
TARAH: The Magnetics? I’ve been through zillions of bands, and band members, but I recently got together, I’ve known these people for 20 years but we’ve never really played together, we’ve been in different bands. Everything worked out really good, and I’ve got, everyones really experienced and totally into it and we are just having a blast.
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21:33- 21:52 JON: We hope you enjoyed Next Stop, everything but the strip, Las Vegas. Thanks to our shows sponsors, the Aston MonteLago Village Resort, and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Also thanks to our title sponsors, Alaska Airlines and the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Card for your partnership. We’ll see you next time on Next Stop, where will we take you next?  Make good memories everybody.

 

 

Next Stop: Big Island


Hawaii Forest & Trail, Kahua Ranch, Swimming with Dolphins, Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Volcano Helicopter Tour, Kona Brewfest

 

NEXT STOP: BIG ISLAND (TRANSCRIPTION)

00:00-00:05 JON: Hi, I’m Jon Olson, welcome to Next Stop from the island that doesn’t stop growing.
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00:17-00:33 JON: Aloha and welcome to the Island of Hawaii, also home to the most active volcano in the world, Mt Kilauea. It’s also called the Big Island, and for good reason, all other 100 plus Hawaiian Islands fit snugly into the Big Island with room to spare, which means there is a lot to see and do, let’s get after it, the fun starts now!
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00:37-01:30 JON: We are in the Kahala Mountains and about to take a combo trail with Hawaii Forest & Trail.
ROB: This is waiawi, it’s strawberry guava actually, and it’s one of our big invasive species. This was once you know, other plants all here and this plant just comes in and takes over.
JON: It looks like it takes over.
ROB: Replaces a whole forest with itself. The ditch was built in 1905, 1906 and the flume was here up until just a few years ago and they are, just last year they replaced this , so lava makes waterfalls but what people don’t realize is that because we have basalt lava it is very condusive to making these big staircases in our streams as the water erodes it away. Loosens up the loose stuff and drops it away, get to the hard stuff, runs down a little way and falls off, so, we’ll go right over here to this rock face and I will show you how the hard and soft is in the lava flow.
01:40-01:46 ROB: This is the hard dense stuff that we are talking about on the rock, but it is old and crumbly, look at that, that’s lava, that’s just rock.
01:57-02:32 JON: Ok, we need you to give a little tour of your vehicle here. What is this thing called, it goes everywhere! I love this thing though.
ROB: This is what we affectionately call ‘The Pinzie but the real name in Pinzgauer, and it is austrian made by * Styer Daimler Push* for the swiss military. Put power to every single wheel and get the traction to where we need it so..
JON: And it’s fun to drive, isn’t it?
ROB: They are fun to drive, they are.
JON: You look like you’re having a good time.
ROB: I have more fun than you guys in the back.
JON: Oh, we’re having fun too.
ROB: Wiakama river, she’s nice and mellow today.
02:59-03:56 JON: Well we definitely had some adventure on the big island today, thanks to Hawaii Forest and Trail, and this man. Rob, how do you know these mountains so incredibly well?
ROB: I don’t know, I just love it. Love it and do it, live it, read it, lots of studying.
JON: How did you get into this?
ROB: I’ve been into nature since I was a kid so, then I came to Hawaii for a job and as a naturalist it just blew me away, I had no clue and I’ve just been in love with the place ever since.
JON: Well tell us about Hawaii Forest and Trail, what are you guys all about?
ROB: Well we are about connecting people to Hawaii, and Hawaii’s nature, and that’s basically it. So we’ve got the access, we’ve made arrangements with landowners to get people through gates, and got the vehicles to get into spots, we’ve made trails and we just want to bring people to Hawaii nei, what’s the best of Hawaii of Hawaii, so Hawaii a lot of people don’t get to see.
JON: I love the vehicle, that was amazing, but your feet. I gotta ask about these, these are not your average hiking shoes.
ROB: These are Vibram five fingers. Once you wear them, after a little bit you are hooked and you just hate wearing shoes after that.
JON: I trust you.
ROB: Its like walking barefoot.
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04:05-04:25 JON: Located just 15 minutes from Kona International Airport, historic Kailua Village is a lively seaside town located in the heart of the Kona coast. Once a sleepy fishing village and retreat for hawaiian royalty, today it’s bustling with affordable accommodations, great restaurants, loads of shopping and much more. It’s also a great place to get a cup of 100% pure Kona coffee.
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04:32-04:36 JON: Coming up, swimming with dolphins in the pacific, and a working ranch.
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04:40-05:25JON: Very few things roust me out of bed at 6 o’clock in the morning, but I’ll you what does. Sunlight on Water’s opportunity to swim with dolphins in the pacific.
CHINA: I have a piece of bamboo, it’s a hawaiian wind instrument that I have made, it’s called a ipu, and it’s made of bamboo, ohei. This is my ipu ohe. I’m going to blow it 4 times. When I start my ceremony, I’ll start facing east. I want to acknowledge our life source kala, the sun. And uh, I blow it 4 times to recognize and honor the 4 directions, just like native americans do.
05:38-06:34 CHINA: These are humpback whales, the ones that are born here in Hawaii, that makes them hawaiian humpbacks. Alright, I’m just going to slow and stop the boat here for now just for a moment, the dolphins are swimming right over to our boat. We’ve been at this for so long, I’ve been in the water swimming with dolphins for over 20 years so I know what works well, what the dolphins are comfortable with, first of all the more comfortable, more relaxed you are in the water, the more comfortable the dolphin will feel coming around you.
JON: Emmulate them basically. Hence the fins.
CHINA: Yeah, yeah, that’s why you have got fins on. When I am in the water I use a double legged dolphin kick as opposed to a straight legged scissor kick, or I’ll switch back and forth.
JON: Let’s go play with some dolphins.
06:58 CHINA: People see the dolphin and they are so excited, and they pick up on that, the happy vibe that the dolphin give off and they just want to be with them, it’s crazy.
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07:26-08:14 JON: We are 3200 feet above sea level and we’re in for a treat, an evening at Kahua Ranch.
JOHN: Well my name is John Richards and on behalf of the Richards family I want to welcome everybody to Kahua Ranch. Well how do we run it? Well we run it under a single principal, and we have for quite some time. That of course really started this all many years ago. The term today unfortunately of course has been co opted and used in a lot of different ways, the term of course is sustainability. Now like I said it’s been used for a million different things, but real simple. What we do today we want to make sure that we can do tomorrow and on into the future without degrading the value, the productivity, and frankly, the beauty of the land. If you look around you its a pretty special place, we are doing what we can to keep it that way.
08:26-09:01 JON: We’re going to brand something here, right?
BRANDER: That’s right.
JON: How do we do this?
BRANDER: OK, so what we are going to do is just going to take one of our red hot brands and you’re going to apply it to a cedar shingle.
JON: Oh yeah, so we made the K, but you have a special treat for us that was designed just for tonight.
BRANDER: Just for tonight, it was made by John Richards, it took about 10 hours to make, it was hand carved and, well would you like to see it?
JON: I would love to man, this is going to be cool.
BRANDER: And then, right up.
JON: That is very cool.
BRANDER: That is cool.
JON: Mahalo.
09:13-10: 23 JON: I have so many questions for you Raymond. My first question, how does a proper gentleman from England find the big island?
RAYMOND: Well I originally arrived her in 1957 on a cruise ship out of London, and fell in love with this beautiful island after seeing many parts of the world, and this island has everything.
JON: All ages come for tonight, tell us about the night.
RAYMOND: Well tonight we have families coming from as you say, from hotels and resorts, some of our local families. We have been able to attract the family people, the children, the parents and the grandparents, the Tutu’s as we call them. And its a wonderful opportunity for them to come and enjoy, they can eat all the food, there is steak and potatoes and chicken
JON: And after dinner you get to dance it off a little bit.
RAYMOND: Oh that’s right, you’ve got the line dancing and we get to kick our heels and absolutely then we of course go around we have the activities, we have got branding, and we got telescope, make some s’mores, of course we put more sugar back in. And of course John here show you how to do roping, we have horse shoes, so a lot of activities for folks to get involved and have fun.
JON: It’s such a pleasant surprise, most of our viewers who think of Hawaii do not thing of a ranch, a working ranch. When you come to the island of Hawaii you gotta  to check out Kahua Ranch, it is amazing.
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10:29-10:34 JON: Coming up, a helicopter tour over the worlds most active volcano, and a truly Hawaiian resort.
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10:39-11:05 JON: Mt Kilauea is the most active volcano in the world, and thankfully and kindly, it decided to become more active this week for us. Sunshine helicopters is going to take us up for a birds eye view.
KIMO: Getting in the aircraft today we have floats on the bottom, in this illustration it’s yellow, but when we do get out to the aircraft they are  gray, please don’t step on those, I will point out to where you can step as you enter and exit the aircraft.
11:25-12:12 PILOT: The big island of Hawaii has 3 active volcano’s. Along the western edge of the Kilauea caldera wall is about 400 feet deep. Halemaumau crater mountain puts out over 2000 ton or so for the sulphur dioxide.
JON: Well there is a lot of activity, there is a lot of vents.
PILOT: Yeah. Now the trees off to the right side of us is getting burnt down its from the lava flow that is flowing along the tree line that kinda cooled down already.
12:22-12:42 PILOT: Off to the right is front of us inside of the tree lines over here is we have the chain of craters road, chasing down the hill towards the coast line, towards the west end road closure, where the road ends. That comes down into the Hawaiian Volcanoes National Park.
JON: How high are these sea cliffs?
PILOT: Umm, about 1,000 feet.
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12:50-13:08 JON: The Big Island has the most diverse weather of any of the Hawaiian Islands, including tropical, monsoonal, desert and even permafrost. It has 11 of the worlds 13 climazones, creating a beautifully lush environment. From volcanic deserts, to snow capped mountains, to black sand beaches, to this amazing coastline.
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13:19-14:48 JON: Our Island of Hawaii home, the Mauna Kea Resort is truly a special property. It’s not like a lot of hotels you see that just kind of sprawl out, this place looks like it belongs here.
DAN: It is. It’s one of those very special places.You know, it was a vision of Laurence Rockefeller who kind of a very interesting kind of a character. He was truly a venture capitalist,but even more, he was involved with the environment, he was very much on eco tourism, and so when they built this place it was really more about making the property fit the land, it was never the other way around.
JON: You feel that, you really do feel that.
DAN: Yeah, it’s a beautiful place, and his dream was on every great beach there should be a wonderful resort.
JON: You’ve got some beautiful sculptures and pieces of art around this property.
DAN: He was a lover of art, I mean he, his face shined when it came to art work, he truly believed that art should be experienced by everyone around the world, you shouldn’t put it behind glass, there shouldn’t be barriers around it, so he believed that when people came they should experience some of the beautiful arts from around the world.
JON: You have a beautiful golf course.
DAN: Thank you, we want you to go out and experience it.
JON: II want to definitely, but what else can we do here? I see lots of families here, this looks like a great place for families.
DAN: This is, I mean, you know here it is all about the ocean. We try and do everything around the ocean since that is really the reason why he built this hotel. I mean we do all the snorkeling, we do scuba diving here, in the morning you will see people out here paddle boarding. We really do focus on the ocean, that’s our mainstay here.
JON: You’ve got a great staff with some very colorful chefs, check this guy out.
14:51-15:54 JUNIOR: Welcome guys to the Mauna Kea, we’ll do, be doing a few things here using organic product and we’ll do a pasta today. Actually this is a recipe that we developed, ok, there is different ways of making pasta’s or different ingredients. So we run this through the machine, ok, so we roll this up, bigger pastas we do it like this, ok, or you can go thinner, ok, or you can just do a bigger cut. Alright, so we’ll go ahead and cook it, ok, saute this up a little bit.
JON: Do you do the throw it against the refrigerator trick?
JUNIOR: You know what, the funny thing about it is we did that, and believe it or not one of the cooks was like ‘are you crazy I haven’t seen that before’ so its funny because my old chef from actually, Oregon taught me that, so if you go back the the Winchester Inn you’ll have pastas all over the wall and there are like, that is Chef Junior, there is Chef Mark, but here it the Mauna Kea it’s all about the flavor and the food.
JON: And it’s all local, right here.
JUNIOR: Yes, yes, exactly.
JON: You don’t import this from anywhere, it doesn’t get any more fresh than that. A little garnish, voila.
JUNIOR: Garnish right there, and there you are, you got it.
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15:58-16:03 JON: Up next, liquid aloha on the Big Island at the Kona Brewers Festival.
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16:06-16:42 JON: It’s time for some liquid aloha. We are at the Kona Brewer’s Festival, the sun is out, the beer is flowing and the people are ready to party. I’ve got Tracy here all the way from California.
TRACY: We’re pouring a dark IPA today which is a new beer style to the beer community. It’s a dark beer that has a lot of hop flavor to it, about 8% alcohol.
JON: Nice, well lets taste your stuff man.
TRACY: Alright. That’s the alpha red, the other beer we’re offering here today.
JON: Oh that’s nice
TRACY: That’s nice.
JON: It’s really nice.
16:49-17:17 JON: Some amazing costumes here today, but I think I have found the two that exemplify a beer festival the best, what do you guys think? Now you are obviously St Pauli girls, do you know each other? Did you coordinate this?
MAREA: Actually, we do know each but we did not coordinate this.
JON: So where do you get a costume like this, it’s not at the ABC store.
MAREA: This is my halloween costume.
DANIELLE: This was my halloween costume as well actually, and I figured, you know, you only have so many places where you can wear a costume like this and brew fest is one of them.
17:20-18:12 JON: This festival brings out some crazy outfits, check this one out. There is actually a reason behind this outfit Rebecca, tell us about what this is made of and the significance of the trash fashion show at the Brew festival.
REBECCA: The trash fashion show is a phenomenal group of people who are dedicated and start working on their costumes probably 5 months before the event. We do our best to educate the crowd to the small things that we can all do to make sure that all of this didn’t end up in the landfill.
JON: I love your president, Mattson Davis. Today we tried to hook up with him but it is just too busy, but yesterday we did learn a little bit more about Kona Brewing.
18:19-19:32  MATTSON: In 1994 father and son, Cameron Healy and Spoon Khalsa, decided to share their passion for the craft world, felt that Hawaii needed a nice little brewery, and here we are today.
JON: This is really a good gathering place for people here on the island, and for visitors.
MATTSON: Big goal of ours right from the beginning, when Cameron and I got together and started working with each other I said ‘Let’s build a restaurant that is a great gathering place’
JON: Now Kona Brewing has kind of exploded in the last couple of years, tell us what has been happening with you guys.
MATTSON: Well there is further distribution on the mainland, and I think the clear message of paradise, liquid aloha, high quality product, using those aloha series beers that have things like Kona coffee in them or passionfruit on the Wailua wheat.
JON: Before sustainability was even a word, you guys were adopting sustainable practices here, leading the charge not just in Hawaii, but really on the mainland too.
MATTSON: Well thank you. There is a couple of things, it’s the right thing to do, and I think as a leader you want to take a leadership position on things. And so from the menu where we use products that are grown here locally, to the fact that we are one of I think, very very few breweries, I can’t think of any others, that actually produce their beer in multiple locations to minimize their carbon footprint.
19:36-19:56 JON: So this is where it all started thought, right? The main room, this is where all the beer is brewed, I see some longboard over there, my favorite.
MATTSON: For the first 5 years this is where all the beer form Kona Brewing Company came from.
JON: What does the festival mean for you guys?
MATTSON: The festival is really is an opportunity for us to celebrate our birthday, it’s really a chance to get down and celebrate with the people that live right here in Kona.
20:01-20:36 JON: How appropriate and how cool is it that our featured artist on this episode from Kona, is a guy by the name of Kona.
KONA: Yep, yeah.
JON: We couldn’t have planned it any better.
KONA: Aloha, my name is Kona, how you doing?
JON: We’re here at the pub, here at the brewery, you’re the featured band on the stage today, what was it like playing the festival?
KONA: Oh it was awesome, first time here, the people are great, of course there is beer, so you know.
JON: Did you get to partake in any of the beer?
KONA: I did, I try, my thing is, I dunno, unlike other musicians I try not to drink before I play because then I will just get stupid and forget, I have major brain farts and I’ll forget lyrics and stuff.
21:07-21:16 JON: Your music has actually won awards, Na Hoku Hanohano award, the Hawaii’s Grammy.
KONA: Yes, my first Na Hoku Hanohano award, 2010 rock album of the year.
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21:28-21:52 JON: Mahalo for tuning in to Next Stop from the Island of Hawaii, or the Big Island, the island that just doesn’t stop growing. It’s a beautiful place with beautiful people. Thanks also to everybody that made our show possible, especially the Mauna Kea resort, we love your property. Thanks also to our title sponsors, Alaska Airlines and the Alaska Airlines Visa signature card for your partnership. We’ll see you next time on Next Stop, where will we take you next? Make good memories everybody.
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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 #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!