A Summer Worth Living with Dana Roquemore

The new Live Alive studio is being built so we took the show to a popular park in Orlando. Dana Roquemore, founder of The Dinner Party Project makes an appearance. She explains all about an epic road trip she is about to embark on to bring hundreds of people together around dinner tables. Listen 'till the end to catch our run in with some interesting strangers.

You can follow Dana’s summer road trip on insta: thedinnerpartyproject

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