Ryan Magarian

Posted by Samala on June 19, 2015

Portland is no stranger when it comes anything in the beverage category, our vast array of breweries, wineries and distilleries are recognized nationally and internationally and have become an integral part of the Portland lifestyle and now you can keep pace of all the “happenings” in the beverage world with The Liquid Lifestyle, Saturday’s 3pm-4pm with host Ryan Magarian.

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Jeff Tracey

Posted by Samala on May 27, 2015

Known as “The Cowboy Cook”, Jeff Tracy has fond memories of sitting at the dinner table with his family. Changing this world, one recipe at a time Jeff intends to support urban suburban families that are looking for a way to connect at the dinner table. “Western Living is about bringing people together and building relationships that last” says Tracy. …

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Kurt Huffman

Posted by Samala on March 10, 2015

Kurt Huffman was raised in Multnomah Village and began his culinary trek at 15, washing dishes at Fat City Cafe. Like so many others, that job led to a line cook position, then a busboy position at a “fancier” restaurant, then a fry cook job at a fish house and…. Huffman continued to dabble in the industry until finishing graduate …

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Leather Storrs

Posted by Samala on March 10, 2015

Leather Storrs is a funny talking, arm waving, food loving Oregon native. His first food fight was with a scallop that stared him down late into the night until Storrs defeated it with a plugged nose and plenty of milk to wash it down. His interest in cooking was planted by his Father, John Storrs. With travel, experimentation and gardening, …

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Joe Simons

Posted by Alpha Broadcasting on July 8, 2014
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Joe has been a co-anchor of Portland’s Afternoon News since June 2014. His radio career started out as the voice of Pullman High School Greyhounds athletics while attending Washington State University. After moving back to his native Portland following his graduation in 2008, he freelanced for a few years before returning to the Palouse to become the voice of the University …

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