My real portland is an idea that formed while i was creating my first video about my grandma willards' Albina area apartment in 1942. it's the idea that we all have a real portland, our own experience, and wouldn't it be great to get to hear other's people's real portland.
My real portland - the podcast! is a monthly live variety comedy storytelling interview game musical talk show that records monthly at southeast portland's jade lounge. everyone is welcome!
I (you can call me joseph, joey, joe, guiseppe, josephine, or don pepe) also host a video series called my real portland.
I'm you're host, Joseph lyons. I'm a portland realtor, helping home buyers and sellers make their real dreams become real estate.
My Real Portland - The PodCast!
Recorded live September 8th at the Slide Inn at 24th and SE Ankeny in Portland. The audio is a little high and low in volume - you may need to adjust accordingly.
HUGE NEWS! The My Real Portland Community just got bigger and better!
Introducing co-host, sidekick, and co-producer Christian Burke.
We'll chat with musician Adam Carpinelli about his work with Obo Addy, Massamba Diop, and his new work Shvvvr - in addition to his work in prison reform.
We'll hear from Marie Claire journalist and "unofficial godfather of Portland Storytelling" R Tod Kelly. I'll chat with him about what he learned reporting on the people who live outside the mainstream.
Our first guest will be phenomenal comedian Molly Smithson who's new advice podcast, "Take Some Molly" just launched this month.
The show was free. Eugene made great German food and cocktails. Happy hour started at 5:30 PM, show at 6 at the Jade Portland at 24th and SE Ankeny.
My Real Portland - The Podcast episode 7 features Comedian Brooks, Theater maker Charmian Creagles, and Singer Songwriter Jonah Willbach!
My Real Portland - The Podcast episode 6 features Comedian D Martin Austin (Portland Queer Comedy Festival), Storyteller and LGBTQSIA+ Leader Stacey Rice, and Singer Songwriter Nikole Potulsky!
Featureing Comedian & Improv/Sketch Actor Katie Nguyen (Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest), Brian Grant Foundation Executive Director and fellow David Douglas High School graduate Katrina Kahl, and Singer Songwriter & Theater Composer Jana Losey Crenshaw.