Podcast: Front Porch Perspective

Russ Palmer started Front Porch Perspective out of the notion that we are a divided country- because it’s a lie. People aren’t as hostile towards new ideas and opinions as it might appear. In fact, we’re mostly the same. Here, we’re looking to recover the value and appreciation of the nuances, the 10%, of other people’s perspectives.

So far, it’s working…

Warrior Transition Outdoors: The Erickson Brothers’ Journey of Faith, Service, and Veteran Support

We were fortunate enough to sit down this week with an extraordinary duo, Gavin and Gabe Erickson. These brothers, hailing from the heartland of southeastern Minnesota before their own transition to Montana, are the founders of Warrior Transition Outdoors, an organization devoutly dedicated to serving those who have honorably served us all. In our conversation,…

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Unraveling the Art of Brewing: A Tale by Michael Ehrlich

Who knew a humble beverage like beer could unfold such an intricate tale? Join me as we navigate the captivating journey of Michael Ehrich, a passionate brewmaster and owner of Carter's Brewing in Billings, Montana. From his early fascination with craft beer to transforming his pastime into a profession, Michael's story is as rich and…

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Exploring the Worlds of Broadcast and Politics

Have you ever wondered what it's like to navigate the dynamic world of radio? Today, we're speaking with Marvin Granger, a stalwart of Yellowstone Public Radio for 22 years who got his start in the industry as a young announcer at a tender age of 14. His tales of the early radio days, pre-NPR educational…

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Crafting History: Wayne Gustafson’s Architectural Journey after WWII – Legends Series

Experience the testament of time and history as our esteemed guest, Wayne Gustafson, a WWII Navy veteran and noted architect, shares his life’s remarkable journey. From navigating the tumultuous waters of war to crafting architectural marvels, Wayne's stories provide a unique lens into a pivotal chapter of world history and the evolution of architectural design….

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Craft Beer Week with Mark, Shea and Michael

In this episode we are talking with three of the best brewers in Billings and Montana. This is a round table discussion with Billings brewers, Mark Hastings of By All Means and Uberbrew Brewing, Shea Dawson of Thirsty Street Brewing and Micheal Urich of Carters Brewing. We will talk about beer and brewing styles,  brewery culture, …

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Tiffany Youngren – A Work of Faith

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Aaron Flint – Talking it Out

Aaron Flint is the host of “Montana Talks” Montana’s leading call-in talk show,  broadcasting over more than 20 signals across the state. Aaron has spent more than two decades working in Montana Politics. His work included a stint as State Director for then Congressman Ryan Zinke’s, and as communications director for now Governor Greg Gianforte….

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Terrill Bracken – Comfort Zones are Overrated

Terrill Bracken is a teacher…. His tools are pushing the hard things, extending growth through failure, overcoming… and never giving up. His life is that of a student, a practitioner, a teacher of martial arts, and a keeper of peace. Terrill lives by the mantra “Comfort Zones are Overrated” Today we are going to discuss…

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Anna Paige – Birthing Stories, Feeding People, Honoring Indigenous Peoples

In this episode we talk about  Anna Paige's life in journalism, feeding communities thru Eat. Share. Give. and Project Love. We also touch on her extensive work  with Apsáalooke people in the Yellowstone Valley.  Anna takes us through the podcast like a journalist looking over field notes. Her uncanny ability to make space and time…

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Erika Willis – Radical Self Responsibility

Erika Willis On The Porch.  Erika has spent her life working to get the most value she can from the experiences she has created. At 10 years of age, at a family week in the very place she works today, she realized that anyone can choose to change, from that moment helping people “see their…

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