Local Routes takes viewers on a weekly journey to explore authentic northwest Florida and south Georgia. From history, to the environment, to the fascinating and often hidden gems that make up our culture, Local Routes looks at where weve been, where were going, and the interesting people, places and things along the way.Visit Local Routes Website
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This extended online episode focuses on the Legacy of Florida A & M University.
Miccosukee Waterways, Race Track Fun, and the history of the Grove.
FAMU family legacies and love plus the 5 Browns play 5 Steinway Art Case Pianos.
FAMU's legacy of education, a Muscogee Shell Carver, and the Fat Cat Cafe
We explore the legacy of Jake Gaither and the Chaires Creek area
Local unique food is the focus of this episode. How its grown, made, shared, and helps.
In this episode we explore the colorful world of the butterfly!
Adventures inside and outside!
Two sinkholes on Lake Miccosukee are exposed, a glimpse into the geology of our area.
This month, Charles Renaud takes a few laps at a track in Monticello.
From Florida’s territorial days, to the civil rights era, this is a rich span of history.
Delve into the trend of cat cafés and how they’re rescuing stray kitties.
Tallahassee's Devoe Moore collects Steinway Art Case Pianos to display at his museum.
Siblings Atira, Ameer, and Tony discuss how attending FAMU molded their future.
Check out WFSU’s advance screening of "Tell Them We Are Rising" at FAMU
Chris Thompson is preserving his Muscogee heritage through the art of shell carving.
Preview this Independent Lens film about the history of black colleges and universities.
BMH World Music Trio performs Dave Brubeck's classic jazz standard, Blue Rondo à la Turk.
The BMH Trio breaks down the influences and time signature changes of this jazz standard.
Set to the Local Routes theme song, we journey through some of the stories of season one.