Sincerely Yours, Outdoors is a podcast dedicated to story-telling of black and brown people, their experiences and love for the outdoors. Each week you will hear authentic stories of origin, liberation, and empowerment from outdoor professionals, enthusiasts, and newcomers. These stories will intersect with culture, arts, fashion, and much more. Tap in with us for audio on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio. Video casts can be found on YouTube (@sincerelyyoursoutdoorspodcast).
Elisa returns to the show after her recent time in Colombia filming Guerreras. We start the show by laying a foundation for climbing terminology and a framework for the purpose of climbing grades. We discuss a bevy of topics like the use of social media as a climber, formative experiences since our last episode, and the importance of storytelling.
Elisa shares her purpose, identity, and connection through her time in Col...
Marcus and Derrick share what they've been up to outdoors, announce the live show at Patagonia Pittsburgh on September 30th, and discuss the guests for the upcoming live show along with the intent of the show.
As season 1 concludes, Marcus and Derrick show gratitude from the previous season and highlight moments that stuck with them, preview what to expect for season 2, the next phase of the Sincerely Yours, Outdoors...
Chastity joins the podcast to share her love for the outdoors and memories from McKinley Park in Beltzhoover as a child to now, her outdoor journey, and how it evolved into a career in the environmental field.
Chastity shares stories of the importance of the outdoors and her next outdoor journey.
Dorian joins the show and shares his first memory on a bike, the creation of Steel Rite Rollers, the importance of black men healing through cycling, and his vision for cycling in Pittsburgh.
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Brother Lloyd shares his experience growing up in Pittsburgh, the journey of self-care, and how his connection to biking has evolved over the years including the importance of Steel Rite Rollers Bike Club.
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Brannon shares her start for rowing and how she’s changing the narrative of the outdoors and the sport of rowing.
Hear more about BLJ Community Rowing and the impact of a “community without walls." Brannon provides her entrepreneurial journey, strides for change, and stories from BLJ.
Marcus and Derrick chop it up over their experience at the Boyz N The Wood Retreat at the North Cascades Institute, sharing experiences that meant the most to them and memories they’ll bring back to Pittsburgh.
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Raheim joins the podcast and shares his perspective on mental health as a black man, his connection to the outdoors, and how climbing has provided a lifelong community.
Leroy joins the podcast to speak about his introduction to the outdoors, traveling as a black man and the purpose of the Buddy Pass publication.
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Evan joins the podcast to speak about his introduction to climbing, the journey of climbing all 58 of Colorado’s 14ers, guidance for upcoming climbers, and his next journey outdoors.
Evan's film, Oboz Footwear Presents: "Just a Kid From Baltimore" film; directed and produced by The Miller Bros can be found on YouTube.
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CJ joins the podcast to speak about some memorable moments outside, what he’s curious about now, and the purpose and vision for Boyz N the Wood.
Erica joins the podcast to shares her story of how she started running, her upcoming adventure (Rachel Carson Trail Challenge), and what she is still learning about herself as a mindfulness practitioner.Support the show
Tacumba joins Marcus to share how he started in food sustainability, how he's cultivating self-determination and agency in the Homewood community, and details about the programs at Oasis Farm and Fishery.Support the show
Kareemah shares her story of how she started climbing, how the activity influenced her life, and what she thinks the future of climbing is.
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Marcus and Derrick recap their takeaways from the episodes with Elisa Varlotta, Shequaya Bailey, and Gerry James while sharing what's to come. Spin back to previous episodes to hear the full interviews from these guests.
This episode was recorded at Tall Oaks Campground in the Laurel Highlands. Check them out at tall-oaks-campground.com or on Instagram @talloaksohiopyle
As an pioneer, steward, and consumer of the outdoors, Gerry James shares everything from his love for Tame Impala's music to how he started Explore Kentucky from his dorm room in 2013.
Check out Explore Kentucky on Instagram at @ExploreKentucky
Shequaya talks about her introduction to cycling, joining the race scene, and being part of the Pittsburgh Major Taylor Cycle Club (PMTCC). You can stay connected with Shequaya on Instagram at @deucedimples and ride with Pittsburgh Major Taylor Cycle Club here.Support the show
Elisa shares the importance of identity, language, and culture as a Latina. From childhood to now, Elisa displays her connection to climbing and how the outdoors has transformed into more journeys, including her film “Guerreras”; a film to provide visibility to the climbing community in Colombia and bridge the gap between identity and the global community.
Guerreras = Women Warriors
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Co-host Marcus, interviews Derrick to highlight a number of topics including: his earliest experiences of running, his perception on the power of movement, and what running has taught him about himself.Support the show
Co-host Derrick, interviews Marcus to chop it up about a plethora of topics: his formative outdoor experiences, what motivates him as a creative and outdoor curator, and the future of the "outdoors".
Next Journey: Skiing in Nevados De Chillan, Chile
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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