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Imperfect Paradise is a longform narrative podcast showcasing California stories with universal significance. Each story takes on something essential about California -- its progressiveness, its reputation as a home for dreamers and schemers, its heartbreaking inequality, its varied and diverse communities, its unique combination of dense cities and wild places -- and each season breaks it down into multiple 20-40 minute episodes that will be released sequentially. Season 1 sheds light on di ...
 
The Commonwealth Club of California is the nation's largest public affairs forum. The nonpartisan and nonprofit Club produces and distributes programs featuring diverse viewpoints from thought leaders on important topics. The Club's weekly radio broadcast — the oldest in the U.S., since 1924 — is carried on hundreds of stations. Our website features audio and video of our programs. This podcast feed is usually updated multiple times each week.
 
Uncuffed is a show made by people behind bars in California prisons. We share intimate stories of our struggles and triumphs, and of the heartache and forgiveness taking place within these walls. Uncuffed is vulnerable and personal. If you can see the humanity in us, you can see the humanity in everyone. WeAreUncuffed.org
 
California, as the wealthiest and most populated state in the nation, carries many leading roles in policy making, economic growth, cultural influences and technology development. California Insider, hosted by Siyamak Khorrami with The Epoch Times Southern California, showcases leaders and professionals across the state with inside information about trending topics and critical issues. Our mission is to inform California residents through the experiences and knowledge of our guests.
 
A show about the perilous state of the Golden State—and what that means for you, wherever you live. California is the hothouse lab of the Left, the nation-state creating the statist policies, art, and lifestyles of the future – and generating the political dollars to make them a reality in a community near you. Hosts Will Swaim (California Policy Center) and David Bahnsen (The Bahnsen Group, Fox Business News commentator, conservative activist) beam this weekly show internationally, from mos ...
 
This podcast focuses on our mission: The California Parent Alliance believes parents are responsible for raising and making decisions for their children… not schools or government. C.P.A. is a watch dog organization that provides a wealth of resources to ensure families are educated about the intellectual, social, and health threatening the well-being of our children.
 
The Daily California w/ Steve Hilton is the non-partisan home for everyone who wants a California Revolution! We’ll bring you expert insight on what’s going wrong and how to put it right...the people fighting for change, from political leaders to artists to neighborhood heroes. If you're frustrated by homelessness, high housing costs, red tape, the state of our public schools, and want a viewpoint you won't find in the rest of the media - join us!
 
California is a mess right now and people are looking for a solution or a way out. Join us weekly as we dive deep into the issues plaguing our beautiful state. We feature interviews and round table discussions with political candidates and Californians making a difference. Let's meet in the middle and find common sense solutions. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/californiaunderground/support
 
Once called “the miracle on the beach,” Synanon began in the 1960s as an experimental rehab facility in Santa Monica, California with a radical claim: It could cure heroin addiction. Before long, it would make an even bolder claim: It could cure any of your problems. All you had to do was move in. What started in a house on the beach, soon spread to compounds across the country. The man who made the miracle happen, Charles E. Dederich, aka “Chuck,” would be the one to destroy it all, along w ...
 
Chancellor Daisy Gonzales takes you inside California Community Colleges for a series of lively discussions on a variety of academic and administrative topics. In each episode, Chancellor Gonzales will be joined by a special guest to explore new perspectives on the most pressing issues facing two-year college educators and stakeholders in California. Transcripts available by request.
 
Tupac and Dr. Dre's "California Love" served as a love letter and anthem for a generation. The song inspired author and New York Times writer, Walter Thompson-Hernández, to create a show as prescient as it is personal. In his "California Love" series, Walter invites listeners to join him in his family home, on horseback through the streets of Compton, and up into the sky to examine belonging. Walter takes us deep into his own story as he explores what it means for him to love Los Angeles.
 
Why is it so expensive to live in California? And what can the state do about it? Every other week, Los Angeles Times housing reporter Liam Dillon and CalMatters housing reporter Manuela Tobias chat about the latest developments in California housing policy and interview key newsmakers and other reporters. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and anywhere else you get your pods. Gimme Shelter is supported by The James Irvine Foundation, committed to a California where al ...
 
Deep in the serene forest of Silverwood, California, a monster from another dimension is desperate for the human blood it needs to return home. What begins as a relaxing week in the woods for two groups of campers—employees on a corporate retreat and a Cub Scout troop—turns into a hellish ordeal when a mysterious dark force lurking among the trees preys on their most violent impulses. A rustic getaway featuring evil whispering trees, a teddy bear-clutching child laughing at your pain, and a ...
 
This is the Victor Davis Hanson Show. Victor is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Wayne & Marcia Buske Distinguished Fellow in History at Hillsdale College. Victor's co-host for 2 podcasts is Jack Fowler. He is the Director for the Center for Civil Society at American Philanthropic. Victor and Jack discuss current political and social events and ideas, and current and past cultural trends. Victor also is joined by Sami Winc on 2 podcasts as they di ...
 
We cover Real Estate news in San Diego and Southern California. Topics include major developments, rents and current affairs. IPA (Income Property Advisors) has extensive experience in San Diego property management and construction management. We specialize in repositioning and stabilizing tenant occupancy through creating an operating budget and a marketing plan to achieve optimal market rents. We can also assist with identifying value-add opportunities for our investors and help in the acq ...
 
“The Times" is a podcast from the Los Angeles Times hosted by columnist Gustavo Arellano along with reporters from our diverse newsroom. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, our podcast brings listeners the most essential stories from the L.A. Times. We've got the West Coast angle on the most interesting news stories of the day, taking on topics like entertainment, the environment, immigration, politics, the criminal justice system, the social safety net, food and culture and more, and delive ...
 
You could spend ten years working the halls of the California Capitol to learn these lessons. Or you could listen to this podcast. High-value conversations with advocacy leaders and lawmakers who share their insight and tactical advice on what it takes for legislative and political campaigns to succeed. Hosted by Kristina Bas Hamilton, founder of KBH Advocacy. Learn more at www.kbhadvocacy.com. Subscribe for more free content - https://joinsubtext.com/kbhadvocacy © 2021 – 2022 KBH Advocacy, Inc.
 
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FilmWeek on AirTalk, hosted by Larry Mantle, is a one-hour weekly segment devoted to films. It offers reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussions on various aspects of the industry.
 
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From 41BC to September 2022, the persona of Cleopatra has been modeled as an archetype of female power and beauty. Yet—as with most tellings of history—her story has been mostly written by men who never knew her. Providing another context, in concurrence with John Adams’ Antony and Cleopatra premiere, San Francisco Opera’s Diversity, Equity and Com…
 
Today on the Sothern California Real Estate Report we talk about the luxury home market. -The luxury home market sales are down -The change shows a weakening in the market - San Diego had the 4th highest drop in luxury sales from June to August, according to the Union Tribune article Below is the article referenced for this podcast. https://www.san…
 
On this episode of WTF California, I chat with Sandra White who is a candidate for Antioch City Council in District 4. We recap the recent Antioch City Council meeting and how women should be speaking up against sexual harassment and sexual assault. She also pushes back against statements made by Councilwoman Tamisha Torres-Walker regarding her inv…
 
Andy and Rob return to talk about the Arizona game. Has the offense turned the corner? Is this O-line for real? Jaydn Ott into the Pantheon of Cal Running Backs? What did Shane Vereen think about Ott's performance? Does this start a new chapter for Cal fans and attendance at Memorial? This and more on this week's episode of the California Golden Be…
 
Contact: dbahnsen@thebahnsengroup.com will@calpolicycenter.org Follow Us: @DavidBahnsen @WillSwaim @TheRadioFreeCA Show Notes: On Joan Didion’s “Where I was from” David: ‘The Anarchists’ is a case study in the decadence of autonomy Will: California Über Alles Ninth Circuit rejects Gavin Newsom’s effort to send migrant detainees from California to o…
 
Dr. Richard Pan, Sacramento's first Asian -American state senator, is leaving the legislature after serving 12 years. In this reflective and candid conversation, Dr. Pan looks back at his career as a lawmaker, his fight for affordable and equitable medical care, and refusing to let threats & fear prevent his advocacy for children's & community heal…
 
Some days it seems that the problems of housing and homelessness offset all the good things about California. People and companies are leaving the state at an alarming rate, and the problems continue to grow. Governance, in places like Los Angeles and San Francisco, appears paralyzed. Maybe we need to start over with all new leadership? So says our…
 
What happens when the court fails to make required findings? Probably not, because the California Supreme Court says you still have to demonstrate prejudice. But in this episode of the California Appellate Law Podcast, Jeff Lewis and Tim Kowal talk about how, in certain kinds of cases, the prejudice analysis may give a very light touch, and so your…
 
My guest is Susan Shelley, editorial writer for the Southern California News Group and vice president of communications for the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. Will hotels in Los Angeles be required to accept the homeless and provide them with rooms? What else might be on the next ballot? Follow Epoch TV on social media: Facebook: https://www.…
 
This program examines the current status and progress with federal legislation and California's Implementation of home-based community services with Amanda Pyle and Mackenzie Baysinger. Series: "Developmental Disabilities Update" [Education] [Show ID: 38136]By UCTV: UC San Francisco
 
On this episode, we are joined by Adam Andrzejewski of the organization Open the Books who uncovered and opened California's checkbook to see all the spending that has been happening. The California Underground Podcast is dedicated to discussing California politics for people who want to cut through the insanity and get real answers. Links Mentione…
 
In the first podcast episode of the new California Community College Experience series, Chancellor Daisy Gonzales, PhD is joined by guest Rafael Agustin, who was a writer on the award-winning The CW show, Jane The Virgin, and is the author of the newly released comedic memoir, Illegally Yours. Agustin attended three California community colleges: M…
 
As the Monterey Jazz Festival kicks off again this weekend, we go back in time to a chilly evening in 1962. Sixty years ago, a groundbreaking musical premiered at the festival called “The Real Ambassadors.” It featured a glittering array of jazz titans, including Louis Armstrong. This was during the heat of the Civil Rights Movement, and the musica…
 
The Delay Might Have Been Long, But The Time Is Now..It's Nowhere California's 11th anniversary, so we broke this episode into 2 parts. In this installment, the guys from Nowhere discuss this milestone moment and then dive into the topic of BAD MUSIC.Stay Tuned For Part Two.For Everything Nowhere California..Go To... www.nowherecalifornia.com…
 
Laura McGilley and Andriana Duckworth from Sonoma Valley Wine join Steve Jaxon, Dan Berger and Harry Duke on California Wine Country. Andriana Duckworth is the Executive Director and Laura McGilley is the Marketing and Communications Manager for the Sonoma Valley Vintners. The Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Alliance, known as Sonoma Valley Wine…
 
Ever since California legalized cannabis in 2016, the state’s weed market has become a multi-billion dollar industry. It’s estimated to be the largest legal market of its kind in the world. But whenever you get that much money anywhere; well, you’re gonna get political corruption. Today, our investigation into how illegal moves around marijuana are…
 
Southern California water agencies have been paying residents and businesses up to $3 a square foot to take out their lawn. With urban water users account for 10% of the state’s total water consumption, is having a lawn wasting water? Are their impacts including recharge and heat that should be considered as well? Listen in as co-hosts Darcy Viller…
 
All first-year law students take contracts, where they learn about offer and acceptance and what makes a legally enforceable agreement. But what can contract theory tell us about police violence against black people in the United States?Author: Marissa Jackson Sow, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of LawHost: Taylor GrahamT…
 
In Episode 33 of the California SLAPP Law Podcast, we revisit the California Supreme Court decision of Sweetwater Union High School District v. Gilbane Building Co. Our client was sued by an attorney, and we had the action dismissed by way of an anti-SLAPP motion. The attorney appealed, and in his briefs, he never mentioned the Sweetwater holding, …
 
California is in a drought -- again. LAist’s new show How to LA explores what more Angelenos can do to preserve water. It won't be easy, but we meet up with one long-time resident who shows us how it's possible. Follow How to LA; the show aims to drop a little knowledge about ALL the things that affect the people of Los Angeles, whether that’s some…
 
#PYLUSD September School Board Meeting Review Vote PYL Vote is bringing News, Training, Crime Reports, Wrong Doing and Right Doing regarding our community politics and politicians. Everything you need to know in the Placentia Yorba Linda area. The PYL area includes Yorba Linda, Placentia, Brea, Fullerton, and Anaheim. Link to articles https://rumbl…
 
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