The holidays can be a tough time for children and families in need. We take a look at the Going Places Street Outreach program and how they help homeless youth in our area. We also check out Good Taste...
We soar into the world of whooping cranes as they make their annual migration. We also check out a unique type of exercise that is also a form of art. And we prepare for a new season of Shakespeare...
We're flying back through time this week to explore the Power of the Past Museum in Thomasville, Georgia. And we venture out to catch a glimpse of the rare Trout Lily and what is being done to preserve this...
New hobbies for a new year! We bring you a few ideas on how to stay active and entertained in 2016. We learn about one local woman who decided to lace up her roller skates and shake up her...
In this episode, we explore the history of the Smokey Hollow community in Tallahassee and its impact on opinions about development and urban renewal. Plus, we explore the push for development and the efforts to save trees that live...
We celebrate the New Year with a few songs and interviews with a variety of local musicians. We hear originals from the New 76ers, Dylan "Ragpicker" Allen, and Haiqiong Deng.
Alpacas, medical marijuana, and more! This episode explores how outside-the-box business ideas have taken some local business owners down some unusual and creative paths. Businesses include Trulieve, Maise Daze Fleecery, and Artists Helping Artists.
Discover the stories in this episode of Local Routes. With a focus on the hundreds of native bees in our region, we look a the varieties, the best habitats, and beekeepers, as well as the citizen science underway to discover the many other types of pollinators.
The lead story in this episode is about the new LeMoyne Arts Exhibit, "Women Among Us: Portraits in Strength," but the entire episode features stories about amazing people in our community. "Women Among Us" The story behind the women in the...
This episode focuses on efforts to preserving the local environment, art, and history for the next generation. We go on an EcoAdventure to the Apalachicola Lowlands Preserve and learn more about family of conservationists who maintain its 80 acres. Plus,...

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