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  • PODCAST: Water Levels Approach Record Highs

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen have the latest on Door 2 Door, a public transit system out of Sturgeon Bay which provides transportation to many seniors and others with limited mobility, which has had its future in flux over the last few months. Also this week sessions on affordable housing in Door County have been […]

  • PODCAST: 2019 Summer Music Preview

    Andrew Kleidon is joined by Grace Johnson, and Celeste Benzschawel to talk about the upcoming 2019 Summer Music Preview, the new Weekly Music Preview newsletter, and to take a peak at some of the upcoming artists playing in Door County this summer.

  • PODCAST: Sister Bay Buildings get a Retro Facelift

    After a brief, (I promise, it’s brief,) discussion on Game of Thrones final season, Andrew and Myles jump into the news. This week: Highway 42 through Ephraim will be open for Memorial Day weekend, some new businesses are opening in Sister Bay, and both On Deck and Al Johnson’s have redone the exteriors of their […]

  • PODCAST: How Door County Became a Wine Destination with Steve Johnson of Door 44 Winery

    Steve Johnson has an interesting history with wine, starting in 2005 when he planted his first grape vines with hopes that Wisconsin would become the next great wine destination. Hear the story of Door 44 Winery, the origin behind the name, how Door County has become an excellent destination for wine, and more about their […]

  • PODCAST: Game of Thrones: Door County Edition

    This week we have something a little different for you. Myles Dannhausen runs down the weeks news, including an update on the Ephraim Highway project, some more info on the town of Gibraltar’s option on the Redman property, and we remember Rita Willems, whose life touched so many others during her time at the Alpine […]

  • PODCAST: Northern Sky’s Jeff Herbst Talks New Building

    Andrew Kleidon is joined by Jeff Herbst, Artistic Director for Northern Sky Theater this week to talk about the history of the theatre company, their current season, and their brand new facility that is opening this year.

  • PODCAST: The Impact of Tourism in Door County

    Jon Jarosh of the Door County Visitor Bureau stops in to tell us about how Door County celebrates National Tourism Week, geeks out with Myles Dannhausen Jr. over how the numbers show tourism’s impact on our local economy, and breaks down the growth of tourism spending in Door County over the last 10 years.

  • PODCAST: Jon Mueller talks Wellness Festival, Gong Meditation, and Ancient Grains

    Andrew Kleidon and Celeste Benzschawel, News Writer for the Pulse, are joined by Jon Mueller, drummer, owner of Within Things Curiosity Shop in Sturgeon Bay, and ancient grain enthusiast to talk about the upcoming Wellness Festival at the Kress Pavilion, Gong Meditation, and more.

  • PODCAST: When Bob Hope Visited Door County

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen are ramping up for the Door County Half Marathon and Nicolet Bay 5k this weekend, and Myles shares the economic impact the event has had on Door County over the last ten years. Myles also shares an article he wrote for the new Door County Living Magazine about the time […]

  • PODCAST: What’s Open in Door County?

    Andrew Kleidon is joined by Aleah Kidd, Myles Dannhausen, and Brett Kosmider to tackle this weekends events, including the Door County Half Marathon, the Sturgeon Bay Rotary Shipyard Tours, Cinco De Mayo, the Kentucky Derby, and more. Also we run down a list of businesses that are open for the upcoming season, as well as […]

  • PODCAST: Eagle Tower Rebuild Hits a Snag, Top 10 Podcast Episodes

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen round up this weeks news, including bids coming in for the Eagle Tower rebuild at double the proposed budget, registration for the Door County Half Marathon is closing Monday, April 29th, and some exciting news coming out of Sister Bay, including decades old historic signage returning to On Deck. Also, […]

  • PODCAST: Jess Reinke Previews the Every Day is Earth Day Festival

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen Jr. are joined this week by Jess Reinke, event director and property manager at the Donald and Carol Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor, to talk about Every Day is Earth Day, a weekend-long series of events coming to the Kress Pavilion this weekend. Other Events this weekend include:The Baileys Harbor […]

  • PODCAST: Sustainability 2019: The Housing Issue

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen celebrate the 1 year anniversary of the Door County Pulse Podcast with their 2nd annual Sustainability episode. Focusing on the challenges of finding affordable housing in Door County, this years Sustainability Issue of the Peninsula Pulse provides context for the issue, and attempts to spark discussion about solutions by throwing […]

  • PODCAST: One-on-One with Goose & Twigs, Green Lodging, Coffee Shop, and Marketplace

    Andrew Kleidon and Aleah Kidd are joined by Gustavo “Goose” Gallardo and Chef Jamie Dahlin from Goose & Twigs, a new LEED certified Hotel, Cafe, and Marketplace in Sister Bay.

  • PODCAST: JR Schoenfeld talks Chives, Barringer’s, and Food Trucks

    Andrew Kleidon and Aleah Kidd sit down with JR Schoenfeld of Chives, Barringer’s, RYE Restaurant and Lounge, and more, to talk fine dining for everyone, the culinary revolution, and his soon-to-be three food trucks in Door County.

  • PODCAST: What Election Results Mean to Sturgeon Bay, Affordable Housing Study, and Smilin’ Bob

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen Jr. talk election results, Sturgeon Bay and Washington Island school referendums, advisory referendums on marijuana in Door County, the DCEDC’s affordable housing study, and the passing of “Smilin” Bob MacDonald.

  • PODCAST: Husby’s James Larsen Responds to Online Reviews

    This week we go One-on-One with James Larsen, co-owner of Husby’s Food & Spirits Sister Bay, to talk negative Trip Advisor reviews. Andrew Kleidon joins Myles Dannhausen Jr. as he reads real online reviews, and James Larsen reads the responses he has posted. If you’ve worked in the restaurant industry this may save you a […]

  • PODCAST: The Sturgeon Bay School Referendum and Wisconsin Water Quality Challenges

    This week on the Door County Pulse Podcast: 1:48 – Shopko closes all stores, Ephraim’s highway construction officially begins, and the county may end funding for Door 2 Door rideshare program. 15:35 – Myles sits down with Sturgeon Bay School Superintendent Dan Tjernagel to talk about the upcoming Sturgeon Bay school operational referendum and the […]

  • PODCAST: Magic Show, Trivia Knights, and Firehouse Knitters

    Andrew Kleidon is here for a rapid-fire cavalcade of weekend events in a quick and easily digestible format for your morning commute. Events include:The Firehouse Knitters at the Liberty Grove Fire StationTeam Trivia Night at the Bricklot Pub in Sturgeon BayWRiTERS NiGHT at the Tambourine Lounge“Where Have all the Ciscoes Gone?” at Crossroads at Big […]

  • Mayoral Candidates Square Off, A (kind of) Plan for the Granary, and A Farewell Pod for Matthew Marcon: Pulse Podcast

    Andrew Kleidon is joined this week by Myles Dannhausen and Matthew Marcon to round up the news, including the beginnings of a plan for the Granary in Sturgeon Bay, the mayoral forum between David Ward and Shawn Fairchild, and Expedia’s naming Door County a dog friendly destination.For our Feature this week, we bid farewell to […]