Kevin Patricio is a seasoned chef and entrepreneur. His path in life has taken him through the hallways of Food and Wine magazine, through New York City kitchens, and to his own restaurant in San Sebastián, Spain. Now, as CEO of Basqueland Brewing Project, he is dedicated to brewing beer on par with the Basque culinary experience.
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With courage and verve, Marti Buckley has lived in Donostia-San Sebastián for over seven years - forging a life well-lived along with her ten-year old daughter, Buckley. WIthout a doubt, she was part of the inspiration for our own move to Donostia.
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Nos sentamos con Idoia y Susana Gómez, hermanas que se han dedicado a compartir la belleza, el estilo, la gastronomía y las esquinitas que no se notan en Donostia-San Sebastián - en el País Vasco de España.
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A personal, idiosyncratic account of our first month living in San Sebastián-Donostia. A flow of consciousness capturing impressionistic details rather than any grander social and cultural observations.
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A wine-fueled conversation with friends who committed to an expat life. Themes we discuss include the pleasures of living within different cultures, the difficult moments, planning for long term travel, and some philosophical musings on why we have all chosen to interrupt a typical life.
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A conversation with Peter Miller - proprietor of the eponymous Seattle shop offering design, architecture, and art books along with a bevy of related supplies. He gives us a personal account of how the shop came to be along with an exploration of the value of serendipity, daydreaming, and oral history.
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Season 2 kicks off with a discussion of our impending move to San Sebastián - Donostia in the Spanish Basque Country. I share some of the motivations, thoughts, and emotions behind the decision to pull up the roots and become an expat.
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The past, present, and future of Seattle's International District with Ron Chew - a lifelong Seattle resident with a long history of socially conscious journalism along with involvement in several labor and social justice organizations.
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A conversation about architecture, transportation design, and Seattle's growth with Christine Scharrer - an architect with 22 years experience designing and managing significant projects impacting the urban landscape.
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Eric Magnuson is a Seattle field agent with Atlas Obscura – an online guide to discover amazing, hidden spots. We discuss his walking tour tracing the emergence of the Grunge musical movement in Seattle during the early 1990s.
A lively look at the world through Madeline Puckette's eyes. She is the inspiring force behind the award-winning website winefolly.com, and co-author of the NYT best-selling book, Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine.
Carrie Pollard pushed off from the safe lands of the 9-to-5 life to live in Namibia, Africa for a year. A conversation about her experiences, about how they changed her, and about how her perceptions of the world have shifted.
Scarecrow Video is a vibrant film archive and home for an idiosyncratic cast of characters keeping the in-person video store tradition alive. A conversation with Matt Lynch - marketing coordinator at Scarecrow.
Langdon Cook is a forager – seeking wild foods hidden within the riotous cacophony of nature. He has been described as a walking field guide, a gifted storyteller, and the Henry David Thoreau of his generation.
What makes a city great? What do we mean when we "activate" a public space? A conversation with Stacy Segal - Executive Director of the Seattle Architecture Foundation - where we answer these questions and explore SAF's tours and programs.