More to Explore from The Good Road
Nashville, Tennessee - “Growing Pains”
S3 E308 - 26m 15s
When most people think of Nashville, they think Country Music and now, regrettably, bachelorette parties. But, locals know with a little effort you can find more than honkytonks and pedal taverns. We meet some of the people making space for “off brand” music and art. From Jack White’s third man records to LoveNoise promotions, we dive into the other side of music city.
Richmond, Virginia - “Holy River”
S3 E307 - 26m 15s
The James River is the reason for Richmond’s existence, and yet, in the 1970s it was one of the most polluted rivers in the country. We meet the activists and scientists who transformed it from a D- to a B+ with hard work, perseverance and art. We are also introduced to the Atlantic Sturgeon - the amazing fish that survived the meteor that killed the dinosaurs but was almost wiped out by humans.
San Juan, Puerto Rico - “Island as Identity”
S3 E306 - 26m 16s
Puerto Rico occupies a unique place in American identity. Wholly American and yet uniquely apart. We explore this paradise through the lens of anti-colonial art in the heart of San Juan and through ex-pat poetry and spoken word in the shadow of the rainforest. Along the way, Craig and Earl chat with an independence minded activist at an old San Juan watering hole.
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