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His senior year in high school in St. Louis, Missouri, Chris D’Angelo had life all planned out: college just down the road at the University of Missouri, a dorm room with his school buddies, then back home to the bosom of the family. But then the memories of a childhood fishing trip with his uncle to the wilds of Montana intruded.
In this podcast from the Hawaii Storytellers’ event, “Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Stories About Making Big Decisions And Living With The Consequences,” D’Angelo, now an associate editor at HuffPost Hawaii, tells how a sudden decision not to go down his well-planned path has led him through a cascade of life-changing decisions and adventures, from logging towns in Idaho, to the wilds of southern Brazil, to the chicken-filled byways of Kauai.
What the heck is reef-safe sunscreen? Where does all the trash go? Why is it so hot? Join Civil Beat as we tackle your questions about Hawaii's environment. Smart. Irreverent. Never boring. This is not your grandma's science podcast.