Cruising Through History

Cruising Through History

Cruising Through History is a fascinating podcast that takes listeners on a journey through time, exploring the history and culture of various worldwide destinations. Hosted by Scott and Zander, each episode focuses on a different location and dives deep into its past, uncovering little-known stories and shedding light on its most famous landmarks and cultural traditions.

Whether you're a history buff or simply curious about the world, Cruising Through History is the perfect podcast for you. Each episode is full of interesting facts and engaging storytelling, bringing to life the people, places, and events that have shaped our world. From ancient civilizations to modern cities, the show covers a wide range of topics, offering a unique perspective on the history of our planet.

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Alexander The Great

Alexander The Great, who conquered and expanded Macedonia is talked about on the podcast, Cruising Through History

The Curse of King Tut

The Curse of King Tut, also known as the Curse of the Pharaohs and is talked about on the Cruising Through History Podcast.


Scott Kroes

Scott is the Adult Collections Librarian at the Kenosha Public Library. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Subsequently, he pursued a Master of Library and Information Science & Master of History degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Kroes has worked at the Kenosha Public Library since 1997 and manages the library's fiction, non-fiction, audiobook, video, and local author collections.

Zander Miller

Zander has been in the library field for just over 3 years, focusing on digital services and technologies. In their current role as Digital Strategy Librarian, he leads the library's efforts in developing and implementing digital strategies to enhance user experience and resource access. Zander is also responsible for training and supporting staff and patrons on digital tools and resources.

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