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  • 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 […]

  • Fish and Chips, and Guinness, Oh My!: Weekend Primer Podcast

    Andrew and Matt are back with Matthew’s final Weekend Primer. Check out this Friday’s Podcast for our farewell to Matt as he searches out brighter pastures in California, though he’s only moving there so his girlfriend can get him into Disneyland on the cheap.  Events Include: Reading to a Therapy Dog at the Sturgeon Bay […]

  • Door County’s Food Scene – One-On-One with Mary Deviley of Tapuat Kombucha: Pulse Podcast

    This week Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen talk about the end of basketball season with the Gibraltar boys basketball team falling short in the sectional semi-finals and winter All Conference awards. Also, the start date for Ephraim’s road construction has been set, Tony Evers declares 2019 the year of clean water, and the passing of […]

  • Events on Land, Sea, and in the Air: Weekend Primer Podcast

    Andrew and Matt dug themselves out of their driveways just in time to deliver the Weekend Primer for the week of March 8th, 2019. Events include: “The Sinking of the Half-Moon” at the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay The Wine and Cheese Gala at Mr. G’s Logan Creek Grille The Civil Air Patrol-Door […]

  • LISTEN: Food Focus on the Door County Pulse Podcast

    February was food month on the Door County Pulse Podcast. We talked to four food entrepreneurs who are changing the county’s food scene with innovative menus, new techniques, and a different approach to being a restauranteur. We kicked it off with Britt Unkefer of Wild Tomato and Wild Restaurant Concepts, which includes Skip Stone Coffee, […]

  • Remembering Thumb Fun and Doug Butchart: Pulse Podcast

    Andrew Kleidon, Myles Dannhausen, and Aleah Kidd spend some time rounding up some of the new restaurants in Door County in 2019 this week. Also Ephraim’s road construction has been delayed, but is on track to begin soon. For our feature this week, we remember the late Doug Buchart, and Thumb Fun, an incredible amusement […]

  • Darling West, Dig Deep, And A Fear of Omelettes: Weekend Primer Podcast

    Andrew and Matt are back with your weekend primer for the weekend of March 1st, 2019. Events include: Darling West at the Tambourine Lounge in Sturgeon Bay Trivia Night Fundraiser at Alexander’s Restaurant Animal Track Basics in Newport State Park Dig Deep live at Door County Brewing Co. Music Hall and Taproom “Right to Live” […]

  • Door County’s Food Scene – Locally Sourced with Door County Underground: Pulse Podcast

    This week Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen discuss Josh Kropuenske, the Gibraltar Women’s Basketball coach who has transformed that program into a wild success, Supreme Court Candidate Neubauer, and the results of the wood study of Potawatomi Tower, which may indicate that the tower will need to come down. Then, we have the fourth installment […]

  • Thanksgiving in February: Weekend Primer Podcast

    Andrew and Matt are back with your weekend primer for the week of February 22nd, 2019. Events include: Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “My Favorite Universe” at Newport State Park Frozen Tundra Wine Fest at Parallel 44 Winery “Late Night Catechism” at the Southern Door Auditorium Katie Dahl at the Donald and Carol Kress Pavilion ZoupArt at […]

  • Door County’s Food Scene – One-On-One with Ryan Castelaz of Discourse Coffee: Pulse Podcast

    This week Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen discuss next week’s midterm elections, the lack of referees in youth basketball leagues, and the success of the Gibraltar High School girl’s basketball team. Then, we have the third installment of our series of conversations with local food entrepreneurs who are transforming Door County’s food scene. This week’s […]

  • A Weekend of Ice & Pie: Weekend Primer Podcast

    Andrew has made it back to the Weekend Primer! This week, Matt and him discuss all of the this weekend’s events including: The 10th annual Door County Short Film Festival in Sister Bay The Door County Cornhole Tournament at Maxwelton Braes Sturgeon Bay’s Fire & Ice Festival Sample homemade soup/chili at Sick of Winter An […]

  • Door County’s Food Scene – One-On-One with Veronica Ripp of Get Real Cafe: Pulse Podcast

    Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen discuss the City Council decision to override the mayor’s veto of the Granary move, the life of Leo Zipper, and the community coming to celebrate Caspersons. Then, we have the second installment of our series of conversations with local food entrepreneurs who are transforming Door County’s food scene. This week’s […]