Halloween. You know it. You love it. Or your wrong. (obligatory “just kidding” goes here) But all joking aside – Halloween is the best. And Rock is the best. So when Rock turns spooky, what’s not to love? This is just Part One of Fighting Rose’s spin on Halloween – SO… more to come next […]
An interview with Catherine McNeur, assistant professor of environmental and urban history here at PSU. We discuss the Heritage Tree program, environmental history and upcoming history-related events. We also share a series of podcasts produced by your hosts and other students as part of the Heritage Tree course that Professor McNeur taught last spring. + […]
Over half the world’s population lives in an urban setting; hmm… maybe that’s why we have all these rock songs about the city! Tonight’s show is “loosely” based around a city theme, and I chose songs which either explicitly reference the city, or have a city vibe – my opinion of a city vibe, anyway. Good […]
Okay – so tonight’s show probably has the lowest classic rock/rock n’ roll concentration of any of Fighting Rose’s shows thus far. But there’s a good (in my opinion) reason for this; it’s running season in Portland! The Portland Marathon was last weekend (mad props to all you finishers), summer temps are finally cooling down […]
An introduction to your hosts and the concept behind Beyond Footnotes followed by an interview with Professor Garrison, the chair of the history department at Portland State University. We have a conversation about the department, the study of history and the outlook for future historians.
Hey y’all! Don’t let the cooler temps get you down this fall, because Fighting Rose is back!! That’s right – get excited. This week’s playlist is all about jumpin’ right back into it with some good ol’ rock n’ roll. You know how I do – I threw in some new, some old, along with a […]
Honestly I cannot say I am typically a fan of opening acts at concerts, because usually I am too anxious for the main act. However the opener for the Glass Animals’ show, Gilligan Moss, was an exception to this rule. These two newcomers to the music world handled themselves like professionals up on stage. They […]