This is what adventure sounds like. Climb. Ski. Hike. Bike. Paddle. Run. Travel. Whatever your passion, we are all dirtbags. Outdoor writer Fitz Cahall and the Duct Tape Then Beer team present stories about the dreamers, athletes and wanderers.
From the Dolby to the drive-in...we dive into anything and everything in the world of movies. Welcome to the Cinema, Dirtbags.
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Maddie and Carley are just two teenagers in their twenties who are on a quest to watch and dissect the most iconic high school movies of all time!
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Every Monday night Rapley brings you two hours from the underbelly of punk, garage, rock 'n roll, psych and everything dirtbag. Paying special attention to local bands, festivals and goings on in the city that he trashes. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Monday nights at 7pm.
Welcome to the Dirtbag Asians podcast, where two wandering dirtbags talk about how they've utterly failed to be model Asian kids. You know what we mean: be a doctor / lawyer / engineer, get married, have kids, rinse&repeat. Join co-hosts Emile Young and Vang Nguyen as they discuss Asian identity, work-life balance, alternative lifestyles, and why the heck we do it all. Updates every other Wednesday.
Singer-Songwriter and veteran road warrior, Charles Ellsworth, interviews fellow nomads about life on the road. Hear the self-proclaimed "Dirtbag King" and his guest list of artists, musicians, thru-hikers and more discuss their travel experiences and share tips learned while living the rambling lifestyle.
The Dirtbag's Radio Show (Formerly known as "Dirtbag Radio- Houston" ) has evolved as a comedy sex podcast, initially starting out as a project by 2 aspiring comedians and 2 strippers, putting out weekly podcast and cross promoting with local businesses around the Houston area, to grow into a very popular radio program, having real close ties to the night life club industry in Houston, Tx. Many hosts have came and left through out its initial start in 2010, as a spin off radio show, from a p ...
Michelle Baker and her husband John both fell in love with mountains before they fell in love with each other. As they started a family of their own, they hoped to pass down their passion for outdoor adventure and a respect for the dangers that go with it. While climbing the Grand Teton with their 12 year old son, a lightning storm soon had Michell…
This week we chat about the latest entry into the world of SAW with our review of SPIRAL, and give a rundown of our top five SAW traps of all time.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
Two mountains, one in California and one in Nevada, named after the president of the Confederate States decades ago. How can a name be changed? Producer Fil Corbitt takes us through the wonky and lengthy process involved in renaming a place. A version of this episode first appeared on The Wind Podcast.…
This week we take a stab at some movie themed questions pulled straight out of the Jeopardy vaults, and pretty much completely forget to answer in the form of a question.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
“The dread was there, strong and palpable. I just hoped my will was stronger,” writes Luke Hinz. After losing both his father and his brother in the month of May, Luke always had a feeling that something bad would befall him as well. When he set out to ski an ambitious line in Utah’s Wasatch Range on May 2nd, 2019, he had to face that fear in the m…
In honor of the recent May the 4th celebration, we take a high level trip around a galaxy far, far away and drop some thoughts on some divisive questions.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
In this week's episode we chat about the bloodiest throw down of the year....MORTAL KOMBAT!Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
In this week's episode we chat about our love for and the importance of physical media.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
“I felt as though the Monarch Butterfly contained some special sort of wisdom that I could connect with,” says Benjamin Jordan. Inspired by the Monarch, he set out to do what no one had ever done before: recreate the migration of the Monarch Butterfly--by paraglider. Through this 5-month journey, Benjamin gained a deep respect for this fragile crea…
In this week's episode we sit down to take our second shot of listener curated questions, and they didn't disappoint.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
This week we review the biggest blockbuster to hit screens since over a year ago, the anxiously awaited clash between Godzilla and King Kong.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
“I did the skiing thing, I did the Navajo thing, and those worlds didn’t cross,” says Len Necefer. After learning how to ski-mountaineer in the winter of 2017, Len set out on an ambitious goal: to connect the Navajo cultural traditions of the mountains he comes from with his new love-- skiing.Bởi Duct Tape Then Beer
In a monumental episode, the Dirtbags welcome their first guest host and celebrate an up coming wedding by reviewing one of the most notorious wedding comedies of all time...Wedding Crashers.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
Today, Carly Rushford and Paddy O’Connell find their edge on the snowy mountain slopes. In our first double-short episode, we hear how downhill skiing has helped Carly and Paddy shape their place and purpose in the world.Bởi Duct Tape Then Beer
In this week's episode, we take a trip down memory lane and chat about our history with and our love for video stores while highlighting some of our favorite things about one of the latest Netflix documentaries, The Last Blockbuster.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
What connects the past, present and future of rock climbing? In season one of Climbing Gold, the sport’s biggest star Alex Honnold and co-host Fitz Cahall take you on a tour through climbing, from the early days of the lunatic fringe where dirtbag climbers gambled with their lives to chase the edge of human imagination, to today’s new generation of…
Happy St. Patrick's Day! This week we break out the Guinness and chat about a movie that's just about as Irish as our beer, The Boondock Saints.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
This Week, we have Mike "Slo-Mo" BrennerBởi Charles Ellsworth
“From here, it’s going to be easy.” Ryan Wichelns and Gabe Messercola repeated this phrase throughout their 21 day expedition in Denali National Park in 2015. From crossing scree-covered glaciers, to traversing ridgelines and downclimbing icy cliffs, to fording waist-deep rivers, Alaska taught these young mountaineers a lesson in making and letting…
Host Glen Andresen is joined by Jim Gilbert to talk about, what else, the February weather, and what it did and didn't do to our gardens. Plus, Glen's method for planting peas in colder weather, Jim's advice on planting bare root trees, and timing for using organic slug bai...Bởi KBOO Community Radio
In celebration of the tenth episode, our hosts face off with ten killer questions aimed at getting the best of each other. See you at high noon, Dirtbags...we'll bring the podcast, you bring the whiskey.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
Hello my fellow Dirtbags and Dirtbaguettes, Dirtborgs, and Dirtbogs. I’m very excited for this week’s episode of A Dirtbag’s Guide because I got to interview none other than my friend, Joe Reinhart. While he’s pretty well known for being a pretty damn good friend, he’s probably better known for being the guitarist/producer of the bands Hop Along an…
In this episode we put together and discuss a few of movies we think deserve a little more love, and a few that just might get a little bit too much.Bởi Dirtbag Cinema
On this week’s episode of A Dirtbag’s Guide, we have my longtime pal and fellow road warrior, Kirk Dath of Crook and the Bluff. Kirk and I met through a mutual friend back in my post-University of Utah days. We talk about Kirk’s experiences moving around a lot in childhood and how growing up the child of music fans led him to mowing lawns to save u…
“I think being on foot just allows you to walk past a person's front door. I think that's really important," says Rickey Gates. Rickey learned a lot about his country when ran across the United States. But when he finished, he realized his trip was incomplete and he set out to run every single street in San Francisco. His efforts to get to know the…