Podcast Episodes

Ep. 071 – West Seattle Beer & Music Festival – LIVE

Ep. 071 – West Seattle Beer & Music Festival – LIVE

This week on the Sea-Town Podcast, we are sharing some micro interviews from the West Seattle Beer and Music Festival. The West Seattle Beer and Music Festival is a unique event at the Alki Masonic Center featuring 20 brewers. The goal is to celebrate craft beers, great music & community while raising awareness and funds for the West Seattle Food Bank.  During the episode, I speak with Michael, the owner of Ghost Fish Brewery in SODO. They are celebrating their…

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Ep. 070 – Cameron Moores – C&P Coffee (refresh)

Ep. 070 – Cameron Moores – C&P Coffee (refresh)

This week’s guest is Cameron Moores, co-owner of C&P Coffee and winner of the Podcast West Seattle Coffee Tournament. C&P Coffee is a long-time West Seattle coffee shop and regular community meeting space, hosting a variety of regular events from music to poetry readings and open mics. C&P Coffee is located in a quaint house, and serves as the community living room. You’ll find a space for you here, with everything from a poetry pole to a community garden C&P…

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Ep. 069 – Phil Tavel, running for Seattle City Council District 1 (West Seattle)

Ep. 069 – Phil Tavel, running for Seattle City Council District 1 (West Seattle)

This week’s guest is Phil Tavel, who is running for Seattle City Council District 1 (West Seattle). Phil has lived in West Seattle for over 20 years, has owned multiple small businesses and is primed to be a great representative for the desires and needs of the people in District 1. Phil is running for City Council because he believes that Seattle can do better. Four years ago he ran for City Council and finished 3rd. Phil says that the…

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Ep. 068 – Kevin Wilhelm, Helping The Seattle Sounders become Green

Ep. 068 – Kevin Wilhelm, Helping The Seattle Sounders become Green

This week’s guest is Kevin Wilhelm, the CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting and is one of the world’s preeminent business consultants in the field of sustainability and climate change. Most recently he has helped the Seattle Sounders become the first carbon neutral professional soccer club in the MLS & North America. Kevin’s business focuses on value, profitability, cost savings and brand value by implementing better environmental social performance. There’s always opportunities to become more sustainable. Nobody is using technology enough…

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Ep. 067 – Joe Jeannot – West Seattle Supper Club & Beer/Music Festival

Ep. 067 – Joe Jeannot – West Seattle Supper Club & Beer/Music Festival

This week’s guest is Joe Jeannot, founder of the West Seattle Supper Club & West Seattle Beer and Music Festival. Joe has been putting on community events in Seattle for years to bring great food, drink and people together. Joe is born and raised in Seattle. He has always been a social person and little by little starting doing events. He enjoys getting people together and having gatherings. Joe is preparing to launch a rooftop series. Looking back, Joe has…

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Ep. 066 – Brian Nelson – Unleashed at Stadium Bowl

Ep. 066 – Brian Nelson – Unleashed at Stadium Bowl

This week’s guest is Brian Nelson, Ted X speaker, retrieved Army Officer, life hacker and event planner. Today we will be talking with Brian about his annual community fitness event, “Unleashed at Stadium Bowl” at the historic Stadium High School in Tacoma, to benefit the pet rescue, “Kindred Souls Foundation“. If you’re curious about Brian, he went to junior college prior to joining the Army. He’s a curious, high energy individual with a curiosity for life and passion for various…

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Ep. 065 – Erin Dury Moore, ED of WS Helpline

Ep. 065 – Erin Dury Moore, ED of WS Helpline

This week’s guest is Erin Dury Moore, Executive Director of the West Seattle Helpline. The WS Helpline is a community-based nonprofit putting a stop to homelessness before it starts in West Seattle and White Center through emergency services to families and individuals. This is the WS Helpline’s 30thyear. In 30 years they have grown a lot. The average assistance for rent utility or move-in deposit is about 300 dollars. They serve 100 percent of the eligible individuals that call.  Erin’s…

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Ep. 64 – Holli Margell, Owner of Native Light Photography

Ep. 64 – Holli Margell, Owner of Native Light Photography

This week’s guest is Holli Margell, Owner of Native Light Photography. She specializes in photography for small businesses, including branding photos and career portraits, aka a headshot with a purpose.  Holli has a background in families and weddings but found a niche in photography for small business owners. She is a business photographer. She shoots photos for LinkedIn, websites and a diverse range of  business purposes. Learn more about Holli,  Native Light Photography, how Holli got to where she is today and…

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Ep. 63 – Amy King, Co-owner Square Peg Dev. & Weld Seattle

Ep. 63 – Amy King, Co-owner Square Peg Dev. & Weld Seattle

This week’s guest is Amy King, Co-owner of Square Peg Development & Weld Seattle Non-profit. Square Peg Dev. is a collection of Seattle based construction companies focused on the building of quality products and productive people. They also run Pallet, building high quality, cost-effective portable shelter systems, focused on preventing and reducing homelessness through employment & the products themselves.

 They faced difficulty when trying to find construction labor when they first started, leading Square Peg Construction to hire previously incarcerated…

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Ep. 62 – Janis Lemert, Owner of Lemert Organizing Company

Ep. 62 – Janis Lemert, Owner of Lemert Organizing Company

This week’s guest is Janis Lemert, Owner of Lemert Organizing Company. Her passion as a Professional Organizer is to help individuals and businesses take control of their surroundings, their time, and their systems for life. Janis is a certified Professional Organizer (through the National Association of Professional Organizers) and fully licensed and insured to help put her clients at ease, that she has the training and care to respectfully handle and help with organizing her client’s personal possessions. Janis has…

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