Live Show 4 with San Diego Padre draft pick Trae Santos. Trae, a son of Guam, moved out to the mainland at a young age to pursue baseball. Hear his story on this episode following his practice for Spring Training with the Padres.
Fresh off the release of his new documentary, I Am Chamorro, Pale Eric Forbes jumps on the podcast after almost 10 months. It's a refreshing reminder of the importance of our identity. Great episode. Check it out!!
Live Show 3! Sunday, March 13, 2016. USC Offensive Lineman Zach Banner join us on the show all the way live from his home in Los Angeles, CA. Talks about his life growing up to playing Division 1 football and possibility of being the first Chamorro drafted into the NFL.......and his pride in having roots in Guam. Check it out!!
Happy Birthday to our homeboy "SlushPar". He jumps on the podcast and says anything he can possibly think of. This one's for you bro!
Live Show Numero Dos!! We talk education on the island. How do we improve it? How do we ensure a future for the future of the island? You get what we mean. Listen In!!!
The Guam Women's National Rugby team jumps on the podcast to talk about their experience of taking a huge 2nd place finish in a recent 7's tournament held in India. It's a great year for sports in Guam and these women definitely kick off the year right.
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The Guam Young Professionals jump on the podcast and we discuss their group and their vision for the future of all young professionals on the island.
The guys from The Guam Massive Sound jump on the podcast to talk about music, community, and giving back through the love for arts and the community.
Joan Awa joins the podcast to share her experiences and her new children's book that was crowdfunded and she's donating to schools and libraries around Guam and the Marianas. Awesome Cause! Check it out!
Michelle Pier joins me on the podcast and talk about art culture in Guam and it's potential to become something more.
I join a group of talented musicians in Doug Chan's home studio to talk about music here in Guam and it's potential to become known worldwide. Great episode! Listen in!!
Matt Sgro joins the podcast once again and brings along his two buddies, Nia Serneo and Ben Schiff. We dig into the festival life and what it takes to have a great music festival experience. Listen in and enjoy the ride!!!
Master Random takes a trip to Thailand. Listen in to hear about all the shit that went down in this budget-friendly Asian country.
Kiko Santos is a longtime friend of the podcast boys. Check it out!!!
Sean Pangelinan is a former Olympian, professional paddler, professional stand-up paddler and currently owns a fitness studio in San Diego called, The FitLab. His depth of knowledge on health and fitness with it's ties to science is incredible. Check it out!!
Tony Piailug, the son of Master Navigator Mau Piailug, joins the podcast to shed some knowledge on an age old tradition of deep-sea voyaging.
Meia Torres is a young, aspiring educator and has started the Sing for Saipan Challenge on social media to support the Saipan Relief Effort and to donate school supplies to the schools of Saipan. Check out her facebook and instagram pages @singforsaipan and @singforsaipanchallenge. And then DONATE!
Jojo Santo Tomas, longtime writer and journalist in Guam, chats it up with the podcast to discuss his long career as a writer.
The John Dank Show!!! From grassroots beginnings in music to being one of Guam's premiere rock bands. Their album EP is ready to drop and we just can't wait!
Welcome to the Jungle!! Everything you need to know from minds spanning 20 years of FD tradition. An all boys school on the island of Guam, every man who has graced the halls joins together every summer for the annual Alumni Tournament.
Welcome backs all around!! For Peace Band, one of Guam's top Reggae bands, jumps on the podcast to tell us about their April tour in Hawaii and California and how it has changed them as a band. Big welcome back to the podcast, MR co-host, Bo Santos.
This episode brings to the cultural side of things once again. We discuss the Chuukese, Hawaiian, and Chamorro cultures and how they all tie together. Coming to the realization that all people from the Pacific are all one people with similar histories. Tune In!!
Dr. Michael Bevacqua, a professor at the University of Guam, shares some insight on his views of language, identity, culture, and more!