A travel show fronted by our intrepid host, Jonah Ray, where the places are real, but the people aren't. America's Never Been Citier...
This week, Jonah travels to Boston, where America's past exists within the now. He explores the rich history of his family tree and their place in colonial times. Jonah also spends time with locals to talk sports, oysters and Boston's most legendary and reclusive comedian.
They call it the Second City and Jonah's here to find out why. He digs into Chicago's vast history of corruption as it relates to politics, its historical relevance to the Prohibition Era party scene, as well as taking in the city's famous improv theaters, bars and nightlife.
Jonah travels to Seattle, where he realizes the residents of the Pacific Northwest have a difficult time dealing with year-round gloominess. He explores what the people here do to find happiness: be it music, sports, or running a café dedicated to your favorite TV show.
Jonah takes in the epicenter of counter-culture. Renting a room in the heart of the city from a hip, young couple gives him an instant entrée into the city's unique spectrum of indulgence. Be it the remnants of the hippie scene, the vibrant wine culture, or a 2nd-generation vegan chef, this truly is a city of diverse interests.
Jonah heads down the Mississippi River to the Jewel of the Gulf, New Orleans. He learns about the major impact that Mardi Gras has on the city and its inhabitants. Also, Jonah spends time with the locals and discovers more about the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina. All, of course, while taking in the music, the food, and the smells.
This week, Jonah shows off the city he's called home for the past 15 years. He aims to prove that the lady known as Los Angeles is one of the most misunderstood of cities. By exploring the city's rich history, culture, diverse neighborhoods and parks, he hopes to prove people wrong. Beaches, Tacos, and Cinema are only a fraction of what make this place great.
Jonah goes back to where he became a man in Denver - the mountain town where Jonah went to college. He reconnects with an old friend who runs a successful, legal weed shop while staying at Denver's most haunted hotel. Music, Drinking on bikes, and old friends? It's good to be back home.
Jonah heads to Atlanta, the capital city of the south. Here, he explores the city's fascination with death throughout history - dating all the way back to the Civil War and up until modern times with zombies and a unique point of view on gun culture. Jonah also grabs southern cooking with an Olympic legend and indulges in some Ethiopian cuisine.