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Traveling musician and songwriter Charles Ellsworth catches up with fellow "Dirtbags" about what a life in motion is like. Dedicated to the folks pursuing a more unique lifestyle whether through vocation, art, or both, Charles takes his experience of years on the road to get the scoop on what first inspired their pursuit, what sustains it, and what pitfalls other travelers might want to avoid. New Episodes every other week. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adirtbagsguide/support
 
The Enlightened Dirtbags are Version II (Dylan Knapp) and Jonah Kondro, a couple of lifelong friends that share a passion for motorcycles, history, philosophy, and books. Each podcast season is themed, and each episode features a different book that the hosts discuss. They review what they’ve read, and at the end of each episode, they give the book an 87, 89, 91, or 94 grade octane rating.
 
The Dirtbag Agent is a deep dive into all things real estate . We're obsessed with real estate as a money making tool, so we're here to teach you the ropes. You'll learn how to build your real estate portfolio, manage a short-term rental empire, and navigate your first home purchase. Subscribe to let us be your guide!
 
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Dirtbag Asians

Emile Young & Vang Nguyen

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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.
 
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Mehall reads the essay “Creeksgiving”. A tale of the old school celebration in the Super Bowl campground. Check out some more stories/content: www.climbingzine.com Discount link for 15% off any product (except subscriptions) in our online store: https://shop.climbingzine.com/discount/DIRTBAGPODCAST15 Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patr…
 
In the Pacific Northwest, Jenny Abegg is a renowned local mountain person. She fell in love with climbing and the lifestyle, traveling around the west and making several trips to Patagonia. Over time, her relationship with climbing changed and she evolved into a trail runner. When Jenny had another opportunity to visit Patagonia, she took the chanc…
 
In the Pacific Northwest, Jenny Abegg is a renowned local mountain person. She fell in love with climbing and the lifestyle, traveling around the west and making several trips to Patagonia. Over time, her relationship with climbing changed and she evolved into a trail runner. When Jenny had another opportunity to visit Patagonia, she took the chanc…
 
Carl's Back Baby! I was so stoked to have my friend Carl M. Banks back on the podcast. Carl is a treasure, and it was an absolute blast to sit down with him again. We pick up pretty much where we left off from the last podcast and take it all over the place, so buckle up and get ready for the ride of your life! If you'd like to keep up with Carl, b…
 
Fitz talks with the directors of BURIED, Jared Drake and Steven Siig. In 1982 a massive avalanche descended on Alpine Meadows in Lake Tahoe, CA that triggered a five day search for eight missing people. BURIED chronicles the third deadliest avalanche in US history, the miraculous rescue efforts and the trauma that still haunts the survivors today. …
 
A conversation with Sebastiaan Zuidweg about building a climbing gym from scratch. Gravity Lab opens up in Durango, Colorado this month! Gravity Lab Check out some more stories/content: www.climbingzine.com Discount link for 15% off any product (except subscriptions) in our online store: https://shop.climbingzine.com/discount/DIRTBAGPODCAST15 Suppo…
 
Adventures With Two Tent Timmy is a zine classic, that will be republished in The Climbing Zine Book 2, now available to preorder. Read and written by Luke Mehall. Check out some more stories/content: www.climbingzine.com Discount link for 15% off any product (except subscriptions) in our online store: https://shop.climbingzine.com/discount/DIRTBAG…
 
Had a chance to make a new friend in Rob Mellinger the other day. We had a solid conversation about a whole lot of shit and it got recorded and now it's on my podcast, YAY! Rob's on tour playing bass in Crazy & The Brains while they open a month long run with Gogo Bordello and based off the the photos I've seen on Instagram it looks like they're ha…
 
Our second episode from the El Cap Meadow with Lauren DeLaunay Miller. Lauren was a contributor to Volume 12 of The Zine, and she’s the author of Valley of Giants: Stories from Women at the Heart of Yosemite Climbing Check out some more stories/content: www.climbingzine.com Discount link for 15% off any product (except subscriptions) in our online …
 
We've got ourselves a short one today Dirtbags. I was able to get Kit Regan on the line for a quick interview about what his life being a Tour Manager has been like. It was great to hear about life on the road from a different but adjacent experience to my own. I think any listener with interest in playing in or working with a touring band would en…
 
Episode 44 has DBC returning with their first official review in a while, an it's certainly one that has everyone talking. Scott and Steven dig into all the details of the conclusion of David Gordon Green's final Halloween installment and finally see what the end of Michael and Laurie's story looks like.…
 
Had the pleasure of sitting down with Dan, Allan, and Jody of the bands Mrs. Henry and Chest Fever and we talked about all sorts of things music related. We get into the nitty-gritty of life on the road and a life dedicated to music. It was a really great time and I hope you all enjoy the episode!If you'd like to learn more about Chest Fever you ca…
 
In the season finale of the Enlightened Dirtbags podcast, Version II (Dylan Knapp) and Jonah Kondro read and review both Robert Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values (1974) and Mark Richardson’s Zen and Now: On the Trail of Robert Pirsig and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (2008). Pirsig is an American writer …
 
Hunter S. Thompson is an American journalist and writer. He’s famed for spawning gonzo journalism and for riding with the notorious California motorcycle club, the Hell’s Angels. In the ‘60s Thompson spent a year with the Angles and published Hell’s Angels: A Strange and Terrible Sage (1967). Version II and Jonah review Thompson’s book and have a b…
 
Ted Simon is a British journalist and writer. In 1973 he left on his first motorcycle trip around the world on a Triumph Tiger 100, and in 2001 he left on his second motorcycle trip around the world on a BMW R80GS. He published Jupiter’s Travels (1979) about his first circumnavigation of the globe and Dreaming of Jupiter (2007) after his second. Th…
 
In the early ‘80s Elspeth Beard, an architecture student, set out on a BMW R60/6 for a two-year motorcycle trip. She published her tape recordings and travel journals as Lone Rider: The First British Woman to Motorcycle Around the World (2018). In this episode of the podcast, Version II and Jonah discuss their thoughts on Beard’s written account of…
 
Robert Edison Fulton, Jr. is an American inventor, photographer, and adventurer. One Man Caravan (1937) is Fulton, Jr.’s account of riding a Douglas Twin motorcycle around the world during the interwar years. Throughout the trip he filmed and photographed his travels and, after publishing a book, released a film about riding around the world. In th…
 
In 1952 Alberto Granado and Ernesto “Che” Guevara set out on a motorcycle adventure. Sharing the seat of Alberto’s Norton 500, the two medical students rode throughout South America. Che Guevara’s travel journals would later become published as The Motorcycle Diaries: Notes on a Latin American Journey (1993). In this episode of the podcast, Version…
 
Richard Hammond is a TV host, writer, and motorcyclist. You’ll likely know him from the infamous trio of car guys from the shows Top Gear and The Grand Tour. Hammond is a well-known motorcyclist and motorcycle enthusiast, and he wrote A Short History of the Motorcycle (2016). In this episode of the podcast the Enlightened Dirtbags review Hammond’s …
 
This is the Enlightened Dirtbags Podcast. In the first episode Version II (Dylan Knapp) and Jonah Kondro introduce themselves and their reading list for the first season of their new book podcast. Each episode features a different book, and the co-hosts discuss what they’ve read. Version II and Jonah have a passion for riding motorcycles. So it onl…
 
I'm up until 2 am finishing this episode the day it's due and I have to go to work in like 6 hours, but HUZZAH! I did it! This week we've got the incredibly and diversely talented Jeanette D. Moses. She's a journalist, photographer, videographer, musician, songwriter, and just all around friendly and rad human. She was kind enough to sit down with …
 
After a week away I've got a really special episode with Nerdcore Rapper, Streamer, and author Mega Ran. We talk about him growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and where his love for video games comes from. We also talk about how he first started making beats, and it's always been somewhat tied to video games. He first gained attention through…
 
Luke sits down with Beth Rodden in the El Cap Meadow, during the Yosemite Facelift. Beth contributed an essay called Meltdown that’s published in The Climbing Zine, Volume 22. Check out some more stories/content: www.climbingzine.com Discount link for 15% off anything in our online store: https://shop.climbingzine.com/discount/DIRTBAGPODCAST15 Supp…
 
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