From writing a book to discovering primates

In the 18th episode of SRO Conversations, Journalist Andy Isaacson speaks with Summer Rayne Oakes and Paul America about the challenges of writing a book to the experience of working with primates.

Creating a popular backpacker’s dessert

In the 18th episode of SRO Conversations, Journalist Andy Isaacson speaks with Summer Rayne Oakes and Paul America about the dessert that he invented a number of years ago while backpacking in Laos.

A journey to see gibbons

In the 18th episode of SRO Conversations, Journalist Andy Isaacson speaks with Summer Rayne Oakes and Paul America about the time he saw wild gibbons. He compares those gibbons to the ones he worked with in captivity in California.

Andy Isaacson: How pizza came to Iceland

In the 18th episode of SRO Conversations, Journalist Andy Isaacson speaks with Summer Rayne Oakes and Paul America about how pizza came to Iceland.

Chilling with a blue death feigning beetle

In the 18th episode of SRO Conversations, Journalist Andy Isaacson speaks with Summer Rayne Oakes and Paul America about their encounters with different insects while hanging out with a blue death feigning beetle.

The world through the eyes of an insect

In the 18th episode of SRO Conversations, Journalist Andy Isaacson speaks with Summer Rayne Oakes and Paul America about world through the eyes of insects.

How to experience nature in the city

In the 18th episode of SRO Conversations, Journalist Andy Isaacson speaks with Summer Rayne Oakes and Paul America about bringing plants into your home to feel closer to nature.

SRO Conversations #018: Andy Isaacson – My trek throughout Asia

Jetsetting journalist Andy Isaacson may have invented a new sushi-style dessert while trekking through Laos and traversed across Thailand to see gibbons, but that’s only half of the adventures that he’s about to share on the 18th episode of SRO Conversations.

Get the toxins out: Q&A with Ed Brown of Unacceptable Levels

This summer, filmmaker and father Ed Brown, released Unacceptable Levels, a film documenting the hidden and not so hidden toxins that surround us everyday. I took a few minutes to learn more about the film and how we could help safeguard ourselves and our families from the toxic barrage that seems to lurk in every corner of our homes and surrounding environment.