Category: Podcasts

  • PODCAST: Whatever Happened to the Scholastic Book Fair?

    Andrew Kleidon is joined by Grace Johnson to talk about what she’s been diving into lately. From her epic homemade Beetlejuice halloween costume, to beginning NaNoWriMo, and her experience with the new Door County Pilates studio.Also, a few weeks back we pondered whatever happened to the Scholastic Book Fair of our youth, and we had […]

  • PODCAST: Looking Back, and Looking Forward

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen Jr. share sneak peaks of the Winter 2021 Door County Living Magazine, and the Peninsula Pulse‘s newest publication, the 1842 Review, a literary magazine which contains this year’s Hal Prize winners. Also, a look back at the past as the historic ship, the SS Badger, returns to Bay Shipbuilding. And, […]

  • PODCAST: Making Beautiful Communities with Dave Amos

    Door County Pulse Podcasts · Making Beautiful Communities with Dave Amos For five years Cal Poly professor Dave Amos has been making complex planning and zoning topics interesting and even fun through his YouTube channel, CityBeautiful. The Sturgeon Bay native joins Myles Dannhausen Jr. for a conversation about what makes a beautiful neighborhood.  What makes […]

  • PODCAST: Extreme Shifts in Lake Michigan’s Water Levels with Mario Koran

    For the past few months the Peninsula Pulse has been working in support of the team at Wisconsin Watch on a series of articles examining how a climate “tug of war” is driving extreme shifts in Lake Michigan’s water levels. Wisconsin Watch reporter Mario Koran speaks to Myles Dannhausen Jr. about what he learned reporting […]

  • PODCAST: Racers Return to the Door County Half Marathon

    Andrew Kleidon grabs David Eliot for a quick chat before hundreds of runners make their way into Peninsula State Park for the Door County Half Marathon this weekend. The race was postponed from May 2020 to October 2021, which means runners will have a full summer of training under their belt as they run through […]

  • PODCAST: Packers RB AJ Dillon On Why He Loves Door County

    This week on the podcast we have stories about what this community means to us, and to others discovering it for the first time. Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon joins the podcast to talk about his love of all things Door County and the Packers’ five-game winning streak as they prepare to take […]

  • PODCAST: What’s Next for Destination Sturgeon Bay with Pam Seiler and Cameryn Ehlers-Kwaterski

    On this week’s Door County Pulse Podcast, Myles Dannhausen Jr. talks to Pam Seiler and Cameryn Ehlers-Kwaterski about what’s next for Destination Sturgeon Bay as Seiler hands over the reins of the organization. Ehlers-Kwaterski and Dannhausen also discuss how the changes to the city and throughout the county are helping to draw home young families […]

  • PODCAST: Shipwrecked Denied and a New Leader for DDC

    Andrew Kleidon is joined by a very tired Myles Dannhausen Jr., who had just come away from two back-to-back Egg Harbor Plan Commission meetings, to discuss Shipwrecked’s denied proposal to expand their restaurant, and One Barrel Brewing’s accepted proposal to add additional parking spaces, as well as add a storage building. Also, Dannhausen talks about […]

  • PODCAST: An Ode to Fall Fest with Louise Howson and Myles Dannhausen

    Door County Pulse Podcasts · An Ode to Fall Fest with Louise Howson and Myles Dannhausen Myles Dannhausen Jr. talks to Louise Howson about what’s coming at Sister Bay’s 75th annual Fall Festival this weekend, including the return of a long-lost event and a Sunday surprise. Get the details on the key times for the […]

  • PODCAST: Rachel Lukas on Photographing Door County

    Andrew Kleidon is joined by former Pulse intern turned Pulse photographer Rachel Lukas to talk about how she approaches photographing the sights, people, and events of Door County.

  • PODCAST: Hospital’s Big Expansion Plan with Brian Stephens

    Door County Medical Center is building a 30,000 square foot clinic in Sister Bay, bringing a dramatically expanded service to northern Door County. Brian Stephens talks to Myles Dannhausen about the plan, what it brings to the community, and the future of health care in northern Door County.

  • PODCAST: Door County Maps New Districts. What Does That Mean for Voters?

    In August, the U.S. Census Bureau released the data necessary for state and local governments to redraw the political-district maps that will be in place for the next 10 years. While state lawmakers wrangle new district lines into place for the state’s 99 Assembly seats, 33 Senate seats and eight congressional districts, counties map out […]

  • PODCAST: When Will the Colors Pop, and What Might they Look Like?

    Andrew Kleidon is joined by Sara Rae Lancaster to talk all about food and Fall. Sara breaks down a number of stories she’s done on local efforts to reuse food waste through composting, as well as some tips she has for the aspiring homesteader on harvesting, foraging, and preserving your bounty through the winter. Also, […]

  • PODCAST: Preserving Cabins Provides Housing

    After a brief conversation on event fashion, Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen Jr. talk about a number of recent galas and gatherings, including the Door County Economic Development Corporation’s (DCEDC) reimagined and expanded award ceremony, which honored new faces and old during the DCEDC’s annual investors’ meeting and luncheon Sept. 22 at Stone Harbor Resort […]

  • PODCAST: A Bookstore Tour from Algoma to the Island

    Andrew Kleidon is joined by Grace Johnson to talk about her journey to visit all of seven of Door County’s independent booksellers from Algoma all the way to Washington Island. Johnson shares her experience at each shop, what they stock, and where to find what you’re looking for whether you’re a casual book reader, or […]

  • Rethinking Room Tax and What Marketing Can Be in Door County

    Room tax rates will go up to 8% on Jan. 1, which has caused many people to ask why we need more money for tourism attraction. But Dave Eliot, who has led the room tax charge, said it’s not about getting more money for marketing, but creating a tool to invest in our biggest problems. […]

  • PODCAST: Author Nickolas Butler to Headline Write On Gala

    Debra Fitzgerald talks with Nickolas Butler, author of the internationally bestselling and prize-winning Shotgun Lovesongs, which has been optioned for film development, The Hearts of Men – short-listed for two of France’s most prestigious literary prizes even before being published in America – as well as Little Faith, Beneath the Bonfire, In Western Counties and […]

  • PODCAST: Small Steps Forward for Affordable Housing

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen Jr. talk about new steps forward on the affordable housing front, including 11 units coming to Baileys Harbor at the Lakeshore Adventures location in Baileys Harbor, Door County Economic Development Center executive director Steve Jenkins’ idea to build a modular home factory in Door County, and Paula Anschutz’s attempt to […]

  • PODCAST: The 2021 Hal Prize Deadline is Coming up Fast

    Storytellers wanted! Want to get published in 25,000 copies of the Peninsula Pulse and in the inaugural 8142 Review, the new literary journal from the Peninsula Pulse and Write On, Door County?  The Hal Prize offers prizes for works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and photography. Work will be judged by a prestigious panel of writers […]

  • PODCAST: The Withdrawal from Afghanistan from A Commanding Officer’s Perspective

    Door County Pulse Podcasts · The Withdrawal from Afghanistan from A Commanding Officer’s Perspective Debra Fitzgerald talks with Egg Harbor resident and retired Marine Lt. Col. Craig Harvey, a 24-year veteran who served two combat tours in Iraq and a year of duty in Afghanistan. They cover the execution of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, how […]