The new KNKX with Matt Martinez & Mary Dunaway

Director of Content Matt Martinez and Director of Development Mary Dunaway talk about how KPLU became KNKX and what it means for news and radio in the Tacoma and Puget Sound area.

By | April 12th, 2017|Podcasts, Tacoma News and Blogs|Comments Off on The new KNKX with Matt Martinez & Mary Dunaway

Announcing Nate Bowling’s New Podcast: Nerd Farmer

If you like the Move To Tacoma Podcast, you're going to love Nate Bowling's new podcast, Nerd Farmer! Lincoln High School teacher Nate Bowling has been one of our most popular guests. Recently he did a takeover of the Move to Tacoma Podcast and now he's launching a podcast of his own! Billed as "A [...]

By | April 10th, 2017|Podcasts, Posts|Comments Off on Announcing Nate Bowling’s New Podcast: Nerd Farmer

Economic Development in Tacoma with Ricardo Noguera from The City of Tacoma

Ricardo says there are three main goals for an Economic Development Director: business retention, attraction, and expansion. "You're looking to grow the industry you have and grow jobs, and at the same time attract new industry and grow the economy... The goal is also to attract investment." Developing Tacoma "When I first came here that's [...]

By | March 29th, 2017|Downtown Tacoma, Local Government, Podcasts, Posts|Comments Off on Economic Development in Tacoma with Ricardo Noguera from The City of Tacoma

Nate Bowling Podcast Takeover – with special guest Kenny Coble

Nate Bowling, 2016 Washington State Teacher of the Year, is taking over the Move to Tacoma Podcast for a few episodes. His second guest is Kenny Coble, America's bookseller. He works at Kings Books and wants you to read Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro.

By | March 22nd, 2017|Podcasts|Comments Off on Nate Bowling Podcast Takeover – with special guest Kenny Coble

Nate Bowling Podcast Takeover – with special guest Dorian Waller

Nate Bowling, 2016 Washington State Teacher of the Year, is taking over the Move to Tacoma Podcast for a few episodes. His second guest is Dorian Waller, who sounds off on what's happening in local Tacoma politics. If you are wondering what's happening in the local races this year, or want unvarnished commentary about the [...]

By | March 15th, 2017|Podcasts|Comments Off on Nate Bowling Podcast Takeover – with special guest Dorian Waller

Nate Bowling Podcast Takeover – with special guest Melissa Santos

Nate Bowling, 2016 Washington State Teacher of the Year, is taking over the Move to Tacoma Podcast for a couple episodes. His first guest is News Tribune reporter Melissa Santos, who primarily covers Washington state politics. She talks about what's happening in the state legislature this year as they try to come up with a [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|Moving to Tacoma Stories, Podcasts, Tacoma News and Blogs, Tacoma Public Schools|Comments Off on Nate Bowling Podcast Takeover – with special guest Melissa Santos

Tacoma’s History with Michael Sullivan – Part 4 (1950s to 1970s)

Michael Sullivan knows the history of all things Tacoma. He blogs regularly at tacomahistory.live. On today's podcast he shares fascinating stories and nuggets from Tacoma's history. Today's episode covers (roughly) Tacoma's history from the 1950s to the late 1970s.

By | March 1st, 2017|Podcasts|Comments Off on Tacoma’s History with Michael Sullivan – Part 4 (1950s to 1970s)

Tacoma’s History with Michael Sullivan – Part 3 (1940s to 1950s)

Michael Sullivan knows the history of all things Tacoma. He blogs regularly at tacomahistory.live. On today's podcast he shares fascinating stories and nuggets from Tacoma's history. Today's episode covers (roughly) Tacoma's history from 1941 with the internment of the Japanese and Tacoma's wartime history to the end of the 1950s.

By | February 16th, 2017|Podcasts, Posts|Comments Off on Tacoma’s History with Michael Sullivan – Part 3 (1940s to 1950s)

With Special Guest Marguerite Giguere (No Really!)

In this week's episode, we turn the microphone around and interview Marguerite Giguere about her own "move to Tacoma" story. When did Marguerite move to Tacoma? Where has she lived? And where is MoveToTacoma.com headed in 2017? Thanks to guest host Erik Hanberg for asking the questions this episode!

By | January 4th, 2017|Downtown Tacoma, Podcasts, St Helens, Stadium, Tacoma Real Estate Market|Comments Off on With Special Guest Marguerite Giguere (No Really!)

2016 Tacoma Year in Review: A Mixed Bag?

Erik Hanberg (author, Metro Parks commissioner, and small business owner) returns to the Move to Tacoma podcast to recap the year the year that was 2016. We talk about development, politics, ways for the public to get engaged, and a whole lot more. Enjoy.

By | December 21st, 2016|Downtown Tacoma, Podcasts, Proctor District, St Helens, Stadium, Tacoma News and Blogs, Tacoma Public Schools, Tacoma Transit|Comments Off on 2016 Tacoma Year in Review: A Mixed Bag?