Dec 22, 2017
In episode 17, I make a trip back to my hometown of Dubuque, Iowa where I meet up with urban farming pioneer Mike Muench.
Mike and his wife Leslie are on a mission to create a community around food - from growing it to cooking it to sharing it with the citizens of this small city located along the banks of the...
Nov 26, 2017
Passport Podcast host Keith Breitbach talks with Author John W. Law about his book chronicling the exploits and adventures of San Francisco's avant-guard Cacophony Society and Suicide Club.
One of the original creators and producers of Burning Man, SantaCon, and the Billboard Liberation Front among others, John...
Nov 6, 2017
San Francisco native SK Morton talks about his Lousy Walking Tour and provides a fun perspective on discovering the city on foot.
Have you ever done a walking tour?
Well, San Francisco is one of the most walkable cities in the world and with its rich history, colorful neighborhoods, and quirky cast of characters there's...
Oct 13, 2016
The Route 66 road trip continues with a stopover in Winslow, Arizona where I visit the roadside attraction inspired by the Eagles tune Take it Easy.
It's funny how one little line in a song can lead people to the tiny northern Arizona town. But it's that whimsical charm and the curiosity of the attraction that causes...
Sep 12, 2016
In Episode 13, we proceed along Route 66 from Oklahoma to New Mexico where I meet up with two wonderful friends, Deb Haaland and Juan Sanchez.
Listen as Deb and Juan share their heritage and culture along with fascinating historical facts about their beloved Land of Enchantment.
Deb is a member of the Laguna Pueblo with...