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Adventure outside with Luis Escobar, trail running legend, race director, running mentor and photographer, as he converses with athletes and public figures about all things extreme sports. We’ll cover everything from sell-out trail races to the most unknown ultra-running adventures around the globe, swing over into the world of rock climbing, and dive into mountain biking, triathlons and more.
 
There's no place anywhere else in the country quite like South Florida. From the Keys all the way up the Palm Beaches , WLRN's daily program Sundial brings you the stories that make our home unique. Interviews about news, politics, music, sports, arts, and food, all with a local twist.Are you a book lover? Sundial has a monthly book club dedicated to read, share and discuss books and characters that are unique to South Florida. You can join the conversation here. Do you love live music? Sund ...
 
Identical Twins, Jose & Angel host their own brand of radio talk with the Yin & Yang, Yo-Yo dynamic that only a Twin pair can have. There will be guests, call-ins and plenty of debate from Jose and Angel's vastly differing points of view. All the while celebrating "Twin-Dom". Now you can experience the world through the Twins' Hernandez distinct points of view: Differing opinions molded from a life of ups, downs, sideways and out where the only thing constant is their unique alliance and riv ...
 
We are a Latinx Podcast, which specializes in platicas de psicoeducacion, therapy within the Latinx community, community activities, and social/cultural problemas within our communities; we will be utilizing pop culture and uplifting marginalized voices, specifically those of the Latinx and Afro-Latinx communities. The goal is to destigmatize the utilization of mental wellness resources and remedies. We hope to bring light to daily microaggressions that people of the Latinx communities navig ...
 
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“I knew I didn’t want the quintessential American Dream, white picket fence, C-level job and retirement.” Chris Clemens is a distance runner and world traveler who joins Luis from Thailand. He shares his love of McDonalds, Rotary Clubs, and how he got started running. Chris also chats about life in Thailand and some of his upcoming goals. Support R…
 
Miami International Airport Director Lester Sola explains the future of air travel. Also, Miami-Dade’s new Chief Bay Officer discusses her role in preserving Biscayne Bay. And residents of a Boynton Beach neighborhood are angry over the illegal construction of a lake.By Amber Amortegui, Chris Remington
 
Miami Beach commissioners proposed new ordinances to rollback on the city’s nightlife scene. Plus, a Miccosukee Tribe member on the state’s controlling of wetlands. And a conversation with Matthew Beatty about community philanthropy.By Amber Amortegui, Chris Remington
 
Thousands of fans will be at Hard Rock Stadium Monday night for the College Football Championship — what safety protocols are in place? Plus Miami Mayor Francis Suarez on vaccine distribution. And the composer behind the hit Netflix series "The Queen's Gambit."By Chris Remington, Amber Amortegui
 
“It dawned on us that what we were doing was combining two of our loves and passions, history and trail running.” Tim Twietmeyer, Elke Reimer, Jennifer Hemmen, and Bob Crowley make up the group known as the Forlorn Hope Expedition Team. Hear the history and the experiences of retracing this historical trek 100 miles from Donner Lake to Johnson’s Ra…
 
“If I’m going for anything big, I’ve learned to hone that positive energy.” Camille Herron is American ultramarathon runner and Guinness Book World Record holder for running a marathon in a superhero costume. She is known for running with her hair down, eating tacos and having a positive attitude. Camille talks about her goal to win Western States …
 
“I think of myself as the patron saint of the back of the pack.” John Vanderpot Has More DNFs Than Most People Have Starts. John has completed 238 races in a 10 year span. Learn how he moved from wrestling to running long distances, his life as a high school English teacher, stories from the Born To Run Ultramarathon, and his like and dislikes abou…
 
“If you want to do a race like that, you need to be in the best shape of your life when you get in and then you need to be like even in the bester shape of your life.” Alan Abbs and Beverley Abbs are well accomplished distance runners. While drinking beer, they discuss their experiences with the Barkley Marathons, Heart of the South race, Eco Chall…
 
A local organization just received $1 million to continue fighting the opioid pandemic. Dining has changed forever as a result of the pandemic. What does that future look like? And why you should continue your holiday traditions safely and maybe even start new ones.By Leslie Ovalle, Suria Rimer
 
“One thing I will say with the trail and mountain running family, it is that. It’s a family. It’s very welcoming and safe space.” Nancy Hobbs is the Executive Director of the American Trail Running Association (ATRA). Learn how she got started in running, what trails she runs in Colorado, how ATRA started, and her love for baking. Support Road Dog …
 
Acá entre nos - A Spanglish Podcast: Season 3, Episode 10: "Behind the curtains of Domestic Violence."Tune in as your host has a conversation with mental health providers Dalena Powell and Aimee Monterosa as they speak to us on the topic of Domestic Violence and their work with this community for us to learn and to know how we can seek help if ever…
 
Hundreds of thousands of children of undocumented immigrants will be protected from deportation following a recent federal court ruling. Self-driving cars are delivering produce from school gardens to children learning at home in Miami-Dade. And the duo Black Violin are defying stereotypes, mixing classical music with hip-hop.…
 
“I’ll go through magazines and if I see somebody wearing our socks I’ll reach out or if I see somebody that’s had a bad experience, I feel like I can help.” Martin Hernandez is an accomplished distance runner from the California Central Coast. He is the Speciality Sales Manager at Drymax Sports. In this episode, Luis and Martin talk about small tow…
 
“Cannabis for me, I’ll use it before I run and after I run for recovery. I’m not opposed to using CBD for recovery and THC for mental health.” Chris Andrews is an architectural engineering student at Cal Poly, an eagle scout and a bad ass trail runner. Talks about dealing with depression and setting the FKT Los Padres Traverse. Gabriel Zavala is a …
 
“Yo soy para el pueblo. I’m for the people. That’s why god gave me this opportunity to sing and give myself and give what he gave me to the people.” Josue Hernandez is a prolific soloist who performs mariachi and other forms of Mexican music. Learn about the rich history and difference between Mariachi, Banda, and Norteño music. Hear how Josue has …
 
Acá entre nos - A Spanglish Podcast: Season 3, Episode 9: "Mental Health and Primera Generation "Tune in as your host has a conversation with mental health provider Kaelly Arellano as she speaks to us of her work with first get individuals and how to support those you know of this population who are dealing with mental health and/or how to seek hel…
 
“Once you make the decision not to stop, there’s really just one thing to do, and that’s to go forward.” Rob DeCou is the Executive Producer and Co-Founder at Lux Virtual. He is also a ultra-endurance athlete. In this episode, Luis chats with Rob about his experience completing the grueling Uberman Triathlon. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining…
 
“Oh my god! This is like a little speak easy night club back here.” Danny George is one of the founders of The Old Town Market Backroom Jam. Danny is a longtime Orcutt resident, landscaper, and sometimes beautifier of public spaces in Orcutt, CA. Join Luis as he jams along with local musicians and learns a little history and maybe a few new chords …
 
“What makes one song different from the next is usually in the melody and I find melody in words.” Adam Lopez is an American roots musician who lives in Nashville. Hear how Adam got his start in music, how running inspires songs, and who are his biggest musical influences. Adam shares his latest album with Luis entitled Vol. 1 The Love We Were Born…
 
Acá entre nos - A Spanglish Podcast: Season 3, Episode 8: "Oh, Oh, ya llego la adolescencia!"Tune in as your host has a conversation with Genesis Espinoza as they both speak on how to parent and communicate with your teenagers/adolecents and detect mental health needs amongst based on their experiences as mental health providers.The episode also en…
 
“My mask would be off, tongues would be in my mouth, I mean they don’t care about social distancing or any of that.” Samantha O’Brien works at the San Diego Humane Society. Hear why some dogs end up in a shelter, stories about senior dogs, and organizations that are doing good. Patrick Sweeney runs us through an experience of running with donkeys a…
 
“I guess that’s the fun of it because there’s no end. There’s never a perfect race, you’re never finished.” Jon Sabes becomes the interviewer in this Episode. Jon is the Chief Executive Officer at FOXO BioScience. Recorded at Telescope Peek in Death Valley, Jon interviews Luis Escobar. They chat about the beginnings of the Road Dog Podcast, Western…
 
“I’ve seen a little of everything, by the way, I don’t know what I haven’t seen in the way of somebody dying.” Badwater Ben Jones is a retired medical Dr. born in 1932. Ben has birthed more than 1,000 babies, performed 2,000 autopsies, and run 133 marathons. Also known as the Mayor of Badwater, he is a three-time Badwater Ultramarathon finisher, hu…
 
“Dirt makes me happy. You know, sweat and dirt and having fun, you feel like a kid again.” Mo Bartley is a 5-time Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run finisher and the Fleet Feet Sacramento Trail Coach. Sean Garbutt is the Training Programs Director at Fleet Feet. Connecting athletes to coaches. In this episode, Luis sits down with them in the his…
 
“The first time you finish an ultra, it’s kind of like a life changing event in your life, it’s like a right of passage.” Billy Barnett is a special education teacher in Hawaii and was the featured runner on the cover of the Born To Run book by Christopher McDougall. Billy discusses how he got into running, his adventures from Born To Run, running …
 
“It’s not gonna be pretty and it’s not gonna be fast, but it’s gonna get done.” Rob DeCou is the Executive Producer and Co-Founder at Lux Virtual. He is also a ultra-endurance athlete. In this episode, Luis chats with Rob about how he got into endurance sports, doing 50 hours of non-stop aerobics, biking the Ride Across America, and his preparation…
 
“My job had been to basically be a bouncing ponytail…and now I’m bald and my body doesn’t work so well.” Kim Strom is a runner, photographer, writer and cancer survivor. Kim sits down with Luis and talks about how she ended up moving to Europe from Chicago, how she started running, mapping out trails in the Swiss Alps, moving to California and how …
 
“I’m tired of having this conversation, I’m tired of seeing these images, I’m tired of the pain and the trauma.” Ben Chan sits down with Luis and talks about his experience growing up in New York an American born Chinese and the racism he encountered. Luis and Ben have the hard conversation of what diversity and inclusion actually looks like. Ben s…
 
“I’m not gonna change who I am or the songs I write for anybody. You either like it or you don’t.” Doc Oliver is a poet with a guitar whose music can be heard on iTunes, Soundcloud, Spotify, Pandora, and Amazon to name a few. Luis sits down with Doc in his garage in Orcutt California and talks about how he got started playing music, his life as a m…
 
“We had a good look at my feet and it was pretty grim. My heels had pretty much disintegrated.” Katie Hall ran 180 miles through the Great Glen Way in Scotland over 5 days carrying all of her own supplies to raise money for the cancer center that had supported her mother. Hear Katie describe her journey and the people who helped her along the way l…
 
Acá entre nos - A Spanglish Podcast: Season 3, Episode 7: "Oye terapeuta, cres en el curanderismo?"Tune in as your host has a conversation with Gabriela Pinedo as they both speak of Curanderismo, Spiritual beliefs and healings, cultural differences with it through regions and how they include it and introduce it in their rolls as Psychotherapists.T…
 
I’m like, “what’s in this?” I open it. It’s a mattress, a porno mag and rooster cages.” Stacy Silva is the Emergency Manager for County of Santa Barbara and Geoff Clinton is the Supervising Animal Control Officer for Santa Barbara County Animal Services. Luis chats with them at the Santa Maria Animal Center about adoption, community, fireworks, run…
 
“I would say oatmeal is the number one worst breakfast you could have on race day.” Brian Frank is the owner/founder of Hammer Nutrition based in Whitefish Montana. In this episode, Luis and Brian talk about how Hammer Nutrition was born, the “Less is best” philosophy, what to do about nutrition on race day and the difference between water drinkers…
 
“We’ve had some guys who’ve run over 20,000 miles.” Frank Ruona has been coaching inmates to run marathons for over 15 years. Frank is a seasoned marathon runner and run club coach that has discovered his efforts with coaching inmates has had the power to transform the lives of those prisoners even from behind bars. The simple act of helping inmate…
 
“Okay 6 miles to the next trail crossing with 2700 feet of up and 1900 feet of down….Holy cow that’s a brutal way to end this thing!” Kyle Curtin is an ultra-runner focused on mountain adventures, although he enjoys skiing, biking, and hiking as ways of getting to the great outdoors too. He started running 100 mile races in 2012 with the Ozarks in …
 
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