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The Offbeat Life Podcast interviews fearless individuals who ditched the norm in order to become Location Independent. We discuss finding purpose, defining moments that led them to change their lives, overcoming setbacks, how they create income from their passions while working online and becoming remote entrepreneurs.
 
A daily (5-day-a-week) podcast feed of true Oregon stories -- of heroes and rascals, of shipwrecks and lost gold. Stories of shanghaied sailors and Skid Road bordellos and pirates and robbers and unsolved mysteries. An exploding whale, a couple shockingly scary cults, a 19th-century serial killer, several very naughty ladies, a handful of solid-brass con artists and some of the dumbest bad guys in the history of the universe. From the archives of the Offbeat Oregon History syndicated newspap ...
 
This is Greenbird555 and Vellus & Terminal bringing you guys our uncensored opinion on beardcare and skincare. This new addition to our media platforms has info on the behind the scenes, upcoming products, product reviews and of course ridiculous banter being whatever we want it to be; hence the name "Offbeat beards."
 
A podcast where listeners come to 'Discover, Uncover & ReDiscover' their passion, love and interest in music! We're here to educate, entertain, provoke and stimulate our listeners as well as learn from them. So, what are you waiting for, hit the subscribe button and listen up! We appreciate cha'!
 
Offbeat Grad is for everyone 100% done with cubicles and the 9-5. Join host Samantha Tetrault as she talks to some of the leading ladies making their own offbeat paths after graduation! We talk about blogging, marketing, freelancing, and making money online so you can finally break up with your day job.
 
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In this episode, I speak with Anne Claessen who helps podcasters monetize their show before they have thousands of downloads. She decided to mix her MBA in strategy with her long-term love for podcasting, which made her create The Podcast Babes in 2019. Listen on to find out how Anne has been able to create remote income helping podcasters grow the…
 
When first reported, it looked like a simple murder-suicide. But it quickly became clear that it was something far more sinister — and the motives of the killer were uglier and more sordid than anyone had thought possible. (Brownsville, Linn County; 1860s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1708d.sidney-barbara-smith-murders-458.h…
 
What looked like a rotting-away hunk of scrap steel was a rare artifact of Portland's World War II shipbuilding industry — but the discovery was made just a few days too late. (Sauvie Island, Columbia and Multnomah County; 1940s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207e-rusty-lifeboat-turned-out-to-be-relic-of-second-world-war.htm…
 
In this episode, Deborah will teach you how to maximize your content through message clarity which will resonate with your audience. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH DEBORAH WHERE SHE SHARES HOW SHE INSPIRES FAMILIES TO ADVENTURE AROUND THE WORLD. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear…
 
By far the most embarrassing jailbreak in state history happened when a murderer simply walked out the back door of a Motel 6 during an unsupervised “date” with a woman officials thought was his fiancee. (Salem, Marion County; 1974) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207c-carl-cletus-bowles-jailbreak-during-conjugal-visit.html)…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
Jovial and gregarious, Adelhelm Odermatt locked his sights on a vision of a hilltop monastery — and then deployed himself like a jovial, glad-handing, never-sleeping bombshell to make it happen. It was a near thing, but he pulled it off. (Mt. Angel, Marion County; 1880s, 1890s, 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1505c.adelh…
 
In this episode, I speak with Eric Giuliani who made it around the world without flying. Erice crossed all 7 continents using just public transportation and he bartered his entire way. He's recently published a book, which is available on Amazon, called Sky's the Limit: One Man's 70,000 Mile Journey Around the World. Listen on to find out how Eric …
 
All through the summer of 1973, there was one song on the radio everywhere that you just couldn’t get away from: Jim Croce’s smash hit, “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown.”Come to think of it, it’s been very difficult to get away from that song ever since Croce wrote it. You probably are humming it to yourself right now: “Bad, bad Leroy Brown, baddest man in th…
 
Of all the prisoners who tried to escape from Oregon's state prison, the "yeggs" were most successful — if “successful” is the right word. Their schemes for leaving the jailhouse behind included a tunneling scheme right out of “Shawshank.” (Salem, Marion County; 1890s, 1900s, 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207d-safecra…
 
In this episode, Ady will take you through the necessary steps into multiple businesses and multiple streams of income. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH ADY WHERE SHE SHARES HOW SHE CLOUTS WOMEN BODY POSITIVITY EVERYWHERE. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what y…
 
Searching for a fabulous source of gold formerly belonging to a friend who'd mysteriously disappeared, miners stumbled across Crater Lake. They never found the gold, though; could it be that it's still out there somewhere? (Crater Lake, Klamath County; 1850s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207b-crater-lake-discovered-by-legen…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
Charles “Black Bart” Bolton's neighbors in San Francisco thought his money came from ownership in gold mines. It turned out it came from furtive excursions northward to rob stagecoaches in Oregon and northern California. (Siskiyou Pass, Jackson County; 1870s, 1880s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1401d.black-bart-gentleman-sta…
 
In this episode, I speak with Greg Traverso who is the Founder of Metamo, a transformational travel company that specializes in adventurous journeys to East Africa. Listen on to find out how Greg has been able to explore the world in unconventional ways. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would …
 
The Mindora and the Merrithew had docked next to each other in San Francisco, arrived within a few days of each other, wrecked within a few hours of each other, and washed up on the beach within a few miles of each other. (Columbia River Bar, Clatsop County; 1850s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1505b.mindora-merrithew-double-…
 
James Lappeus came to Portland from the gold fields of California, where he was a gambler, saloonkeeper and general mining-town rowdy. His career as a cop was dogged by rumors he'd offered to spring a murderer for a $1,000 bribe. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1850s, 1860s, 1870s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207a-james-lappe…
 
In this episode, Renee and Cat will walk you through the essentials of staying true to your business mission and brand. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH RENEE AND CAT WHERE THEY SHARE HOW THEY HELP CREATIVES BUILD REMOTE BUSINESSES. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you …
 
Until Highway 101 was built in the 1930s, the beach was Arch Cape’s only road to the outside world — a fact that was Exhibit A in Governor Oswald West’s plan to save the beaches. (Arch Cape, Clatsop County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1011e-tiny-scary-hug-point-road-likely-saved-oregon-public-beaches.html)…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
But did Lischen M. Miller create the story of Muriel Trevenard, the mysterious young woman who came to Newport in the 1870s and vanished ... or did she merely write down a story that locals whispered to each other on stormy nights? (Newport, Lincoln County; 1890s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1709a.muriel-trevenard-evan-macc…
 
In this episode, I speak with Felice who is the co-editor on Welove2ski, and has written for almost every national newspaper. She contributes as a freelance writer to publications that include Conde Nast Traveller, Tatler, BA Highlife, and Country Life. Listen on to find out how Felice has been able to become location independent as a skiing expert…
 
State regulators didn't care, so neither did some dairy farmers, who left dead cows to rot among their dairy herds and brought milk to market in the same cans they used to slop the hogs; Portland led the nation in baby deaths as a result. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1208b-bad-milk-was-kil…
 
The tiny coastal town of Depoe Bay was once known for the oldest privately owned aquarium in U.S.; today it’s a popular place for stormwatchers. (Depoe Bay, Lincoln County) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1012c_depoe-bay-worlds-smallest-harbor.html)โดย Finn J.D. John
 
In this episode, Miinkay will take you through the steps of following your intuition and how to use it to your advantage. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH MIINKAY WHERE SHE SHARES HOW SHE GREW A SUCCESSFUL PRIVATE PRACTICE AS A REMOTE WELLNESS COACH. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to h…
 
Legendary Crown Point Vista House looks out over the Columbia River and was the highlight of the Columbia Gorge Scenic Highway — built when roadbuilding was as much an art as a science. (Corbett, Multnomah County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1012b-crown-point-vista-house-marble-rest-area.html)…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
Don't be fooled: Fern Hobbs was a secretary in the “Secretary of Defense” sense of the word. A practicing attorney, she was the highest-paid woman in public service. Copperfield's city fathers thought they could charm her ... they were wrong. (Copperfield, Baker County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1708a.copperfield-a…
 
In this episode, I speak with Whitney who is a remote real estate investor generating multiple streams of passive income from her active portfolio. She discovered the power of real estate in 2002 when she became an accidental landlord and turned what could have been a failed investment into $52K+ in profits in 11 months. Listen on to find out how W…
 
In this episode, I will be sharing with you my process of moving from active to passive income with my business. Since reevaluating my lifestyle goals, I have come to realize that moving from active to passive income is the right path for me. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear…
 
Elvis himself is rumored to have played at The Cottonwoods, a jumpin' joint near Lebanon, where thousands danced to the music of many of the 20th Century's greatest musicians. Today, it's a vacant lot — piled high with memories. (Between Lebanon and Albany, Linn County; 1930s, 1940s, 1950s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1208a…
 
Warm Springs Indians struggled from 1871 to 1972 to get back a piece of land taken as a result of a survey everyone admitted was in error. (Warm Springs Indian Reservation, Jefferson County) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1002c_McQuinnStrip.html)โดย Finn J.D. John
 
In this episode, Danielle will show you the effective way of negotiating to work from home. Level up your negotiating skills and get that work-from-home dream job. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH DANIELLE WHERE SHE SHARES HOW SHE HELPED AMPLIFY THE VOICES OF WOMEN OF COLOR AND BUILD WEALTH. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you li…
 
The movie was 'The General,' starring Buster Keaton; in the scene, a real locomotive is crashed through a real burning bridge into the river, at a cost (in 2010 dollars) of more than half a million dollars (Near Cottage Grove, Lane County; 1920s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1002b_TheGeneral.html)…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
Stranded for the winter on Sauvie Island, the members of Nathaniel Wyeth's trading post struggled to get enough to eat. But for some of them, the greater problem was finding something to drink. (Sauvie Island, Multnomah and Columbia County; 1830s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1707d.townsend-lizard-liquor-453.html)…
 
In this episode, I speak with Alex who is a travel blogger at Alex on the Map and hosts the podcast Nomads on the Map, both of which focus on digital nomadism, online entrepreneurship, and creative travel. Listen on to find out how Alex has been able to experience sustainable creative travel. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate …
 
He’d spent thousands of hours re-creating history’s most mysterious aircraft. Something had gone wrong, and he was about to crash it. When he did, somebody would die. Who that would be was up to him. (Cottage Grove, Lane County; 2000s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207sp-heroic-final-flight-of-jim-wright-howard-hughes-racer-…
 
World's most popular cherry was bred by pioneer nurseryman who brought its progenitors in a wagon across the Oregon Trail, with Native Americans' help. (Milwaukie, Clackamas County; 1840s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1001b_Lewellings.htm)โดย Finn J.D. John
 
In this episode, Amanda will help you get through the steps of turning a side hustle into a profitable full-time business. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH AMANDA WHERE SHE SHARES HOW SHE LEFT HER SECURE CAREER TO BECOME A REMOTE CEO. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from yo…
 
The nationally notorious “Oregon Style” of newspapering involved vicious personal attacks and a take-no-prisoners style of cutting invective; but it was ink being spilled, not blood. That is, until one day in downtown Roseburg, when a hot-tempered ex-Rebel newspaper editor named Bud Thompson decided to escalate things a bit ... (Roseburg, Douglas C…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
Original owners of the falls tried for years to log it, but the steamship and railroad moguls were making a lot of money on excursion trips, so they blocked the scheme, preserving the falls for today's park. (Columbia River Gorge, Multnomah County; 1890s, 1900s, 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1707e.fight-for-multnomah-f…
 
In this episode, I speak with Elina who is a digital nomad and travel hacker from NYC. Elina works at a personal finance company based out of San Francisco as a Travel Rewards writer and has a coaching business where she teaches women how to travel the world in luxury on miles and points for next to nothing. Listen on to find out how Elina uses her…
 
SOMETIME IN 1915, a 40-year-old Black woman named Frankie Baker stepped off the train at Portland’s Union Station. She had come to stay; Oregon would be her home for the rest of her life.At that time, Portland had a a reputation as a good place to hide out when you were on the lam. It was far off the beaten path; but the town had all the cultural p…
 
Until the 1980s, you could ride the "Blue Goose" up the Row River past where "Stand By Me" was shot, near Cottage Grove.. Today, it's a 15.6-mile bike trail. (Culp Creek, Lane County; 1900s, 1980s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1003d_BlueGoose.html)โดย Finn J.D. John
 
In this episode, Kevin will show you how you can utilize the power of digital marketing to land clients and leverage your online business. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH KEVIN WHERE HE SHARES HOW HE ORGANICALLY GREW A SELF STORAGE COMPANY AND BECOME AN ONLINE ENTREPRENEUR. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this e…
 
Massive 16-ton chunk of iron was found by a neighboring property owner, who dragged it half a mile in an attempt to steal it; today it's in the American Museum of Natural History in New York. (West Linn, Clackamas County; 1900s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/H1001c_WillamMeteor.htm)…
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
Twenty years ago, PT-658 was a weatherbeaten hulk, rotting away at a pier in San Francisco Bay. Today, it's a priceless piece of American history that you'll occasionally see on the waters of Portland Harbor. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1990s, 2000s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1401c.pt-658-worlds-only-working-pt-boat.html…
 
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