Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Curiosity should be the subtitle of this week's episode! Not only do we learn about Mixed Martial Arts and local Butterflies, but we also go behind-the-scenes to discover how we come up with story ideas for this program...
Archaeologists don't always dig in the dirt, sometimes they have to dig underwater! We dive into a quest to discover history. Afterwards, Local Routes Producer Rob Diaz de Villegas talks about working on stories about our local...
This week we explore the Good Taste Tally farm and learn what it is doing to help some local teenagers grow their futures in a new direction. Also, we dive into a farm that exists underwater. Plus,...
We meet a musician named Haiqiong Deng, who was born in Northwest China, but now calls North Florida her home. She says the traditional Chinese music she performs is shaped the nature she finds in her own backyard. Plus,...
This week we enjoy a “Throwback Thursday” episode. Not only do we explore the Apalachicola River with a 4-year-old, but we also try out that southern specialty: The Boiled Peanut. Plus, we have a new photo challenge for...
What is past is prologue, but that doesn't mean you can't work to change the future. We explore a controversy surrounding amateur archeology and learn about an outreach program that helps homeless teens. We also look at remembering Florida's...
In this episode, we look at the world around us in a new way. We journey down the Apalachicola River through the eyes of a 4-year-old. Plus, we learn what it takes to plant and harvest a farm...
The Journey begins! Hosted from Old Centerville Road, one of the Canopy roads in Leon county, we begin to explore our local community. In this episode we search for the secret to the best boiled peanut. ...