Don wrestles alligators in Florida, pilots a blimp in Ohio, explores seismic engineering in California, zip-lines underground in Kentucky, follows The New York Times in New York, and scales a space-age roof ...Go to Episode
Don joins the construction crews as they work hard to give UCal’s football stadium a seismic retrofitting. Sitting above one of the most dangerous faults in the world, the work being done could save countless lives when the big one strikes.
76 Canyon Rd, Berkeley, California 94704
Don explores the massive cavern underneath the Louisville Zoo on a zipline tour.
1841 Taylor Ave, Louisville, KY 40213
The restored Victorian mansion has stained glass, hand-carved fireplace mantels and high ceilings. It is close to Churchill Downs, the J.B. Speed Art Museum and the Kentucky Fair and Expo Center.
1022 South Third St, Louisville, KY 40203
Chef Bruce Ucan brings together the flavors from Mexico's Yacatan peninsula with local, sustainably-farmed ingredients.
813 E Market St, Louisville, KY 40206
Don goes into the massive New York Times printing plant as the crew is preparing to print and deliver papers for the morning run. From automated lifts to high tech rollers, Don gets behind the scenes of the entire process.
Whitestone Expy, College Point, NY 11354
Located near the airport and sports stadiums, the hotel offers free transportation to events like the US Open. It also provides free coffee, popcorn and Otis Spunkmeyer cookies.
28-66 College Point Blvd, Flushing, NY 11354
This Argentine Steak House serves a variety of meats including skirt steak, sausage and flap meat. It is a big place for soccer fans who go to watch the games and enjoy a meal.
81-08 Queens Blvd, Elmhurst, NY 11373
Don joins a work crew for an amazing view of the Rockies-like roof at the Denver airport.
8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, Colorado