Terence Cantarella, the man behind the the Canoe Project here at WLRN, had a chat with The Miami Herald's Michael Alen this week about waking up at day break, not sleeping well and other aspects of spending four days straight in a canoe.
Terence Cantarella launches on his four day Canoe Project exploration on Monday morning. Listen to WLRN Miami Herald News (on 91.3 FM/91.5 FM in the Keys) at 8:04 a.m. for launch coverage. Listen to an interview with Terence Cantarella on why and how he's doing this.
Terence Cantarella is the author of Rosa’s Corner. He lived in seven different countries growing up and now lives in Miami. 1. Where are you from? The island of Cyprus is the closest thing to home that I know. Well … and now Miami, too. 2. How long have you been in South Florida? Eight […]
Terence Cantarella, the man behind the Canoe Project, completed his four-day journey yesterday as he paddled into Scotty's Landing in Coconut Grove.
Claudio Marcotulli was looking out at his view in El Portal this week when he saw something he rarely sees in his new digs: a man in a canoe making his way through the canal in his backyard.
He put together a really great video about his interaction with Terence and his thoughts on the project.
Jose Iglesias of El Nuevo Herald has put together some great videos featuring Terence Cantarella, the man behind the Canoe Project.
In these videos Terence shows us his route on a map, what he packed for his trip and how he gets around dams.
Terence Cantarella, the man behind WLRN's Canoe Project, crossed about multiple lanes of traffic on Okeechobee Road yesterday-- and Jose Iglesias of El Nuevo Herald got it all on video.
Most South Florida residents don't have the luxury of flying to the Amazon when they have an urge for adventure. Some might go to Shark Valley or drive up north for some good old-fashioned hiking, but if you're stuck in the city where can you get your fix? Terence Cantarella explains in this video.
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Years ago, Terence Cantarella had the idea to navigate Miami-Dade's canals via canoe. He's not an experienced paddler or an avid outdoorsman, but he wanted to seize a homegrown opportunity for adventure. Terence reflects on his experiences on the Canoe Project in this personal essay for Under the Sun.