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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.
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The movie podcast for both scholars and scoundrels. Join your hosts Steven King, Scott Decker, and Rick Teat as they dive into anything and everything in the world of movies. If it's on the screen, it's on the table. Welcome to the Cinema, Dirtbags.
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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.
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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.
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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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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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/adirtb ...
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Beth Rodden first started climbing in 1995, and it wasn’t long before she radically changed the sport. Within three years, she’d become the first woman to climb 5.14; within five, she’d established a still unrepeated free route on Yosemite’s El Capitan. Today, Beth is making waves in a different way: by leading the climbing community in difficult, …
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In Episode 77 we pay tribute to all the Dirtbag moms around the world with our three personalized movie "bouquets" handpicked for all of you and the amazing things you do each and every day. This plus a whole lot of insight as to what has been on our recent movie watching radars, topped off with what might be the biggest announcement in DBC history…
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We made a book! For the last year, Fitz and Becca have been working on adapting 30 episodes into essays and pairing them with incredible imagery. And we are really excited to be able to (nearly) share it with you. You can pre-order States of Adventure: 30 Outdoor Adventure Stories About Finding Yourself By Getting Lost now through July 22nd. The bo…
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Thirteen years ago Fitz got talked into doing our first live Dirtbag Diaries at 5Point Film Festival. So, we were thrilled to to return again for the 2024 festival and talk with Dr. John Francis, Taylor Rees and Renan Ozturk. In 1971, John gave up motorized transportation after seeing the effects of an oil spill on wildlife. Months later he took a …
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Tom O'Neill is an award-winning investigative journalist whose work has appeared in Premiere, New York, the Village Voice, and Details. Together with Dan Piepenbring, Tom O'Neill spent 20 years writing Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties. The Enlightened Dirtbags review and discuss Chaos in the Season 2 Finale and …
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“With no roads to this wave, we had hiked in a dozen or so miles along the beach from the nearest town as a huge swell raged next to us,” writes Tyler Homen. A weekend of surfing with buddies turns epic when everyone’s favorite pup, Lyle, goes missing. In partnership with 1% For The Planet Want more episodes? Join Dirtbag Diaries+ today…
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Panic Fest 2024 is in the books and Steven sits down with John and Dave to chat about the incredible lineup that 2024 brought to the table. It was nothing short of a banner year that boasted a massive amount of films from near and far with so many flavors that no matter what you're looking for, the festival provides. Join us for our second year (it…
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Luke Mehall reads his piece, “Climbs Fall Apart” which is published in Volume 24 of The Climbing Zine; the episode ends with his poem “A Climber Who Cries” from the upcoming Microdose Mixtape. Zine links: Support our podcast on Patreon KEEP THE ZINE ALIVE + Subscribe Score 15% off anything in our online store Our sponsors for Season 5: Kilter: http…
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Creciendo en Michigan, Vanessa Chavarriaga Posada no creía que el esquí era cosa de ella, y no fue hasta que se mudo a Wyoming que descubrió la alegría que le podía traer. El año pasado, decidió esquiar el pico más alto de México, el Pico de Orizaba, con una meta significativa: incluir a sus papás, que nunca habían entendido completamente las activ…
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Growing up undocumented in Michigan, Vanessa Chavarriaga Posada didn't think skiing was for her, and it wasn't until she moved to Wyoming that she found how much joy it brought her. Last year, she set her sights on skiing Mexico's tallest peak, Pico de Orizaba, with a meaningful twist: her parents, who have never quite understood why skiing was so …
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A conversation with Felipe Garcia. Felipe and Luke have a conversation about climbing in Guatemala, first ascents, living, working, and training on a boat for two months, and much more at the outdoor studio in El Potrero Chico, Mexico. Zine links: Support our podcast on Patreon KEEP THE ZINE ALIVE + Subscribe Score 15% off anything in our online st…
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In Episode 74, things warm up as we roll down to the Florida Keys to check out the brand new retelling of one of the most iconic cult classics of all time. How does the newcomer measure up against the bar set in 1989? Find out as we sort through all the notorious neons from both the original and reimagined world of…Road House.…
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Natalie Brechtel joined the U.S. Antarctic Program at the South Pole for a supposed dream gig, but instead it was the start of a year marked by harassment, a toxic work environment and loss. Despite losing the ability to trust both her colleagues and herself, she kept going back, redefining what it means to feel safe. A decade later, she faced one …
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In Episode 73, we’re tasked to tackle an impossible scenario. The world as we know it has ended, and the few surviving humans emerge from their underground shelter. A capsule with the letters DBC scrawled on it awaits them. It’s survived the apocalypse, but only had room for seven movies inside. Which movies were chosen to introduce these newcomers…
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At different points in their lives, both Brice Ruiz and Ashley Lose found themselves at a crossroads. Brice wanted to run his first ultramarathon, but wouldn’t call himself a “runner.” Ashley and her partner had just hit the road when she found out she was pregnant, pushing them to reconsider their definition of home. In each of their essays, Brice…
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Chances are at some point you’ve signed up for an organized race or event. Maybe you’ve participated in a local turkey trot or maybe you’ve run Western States. You register, pay the entry fee, train, show up and try hard. Race day can almost feel like magic. This is a story about the people behind the scenes making all that magic happen. Support co…
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