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Chicago’s daily news podcast, fresh every weekday at 6 a.m. Host Jacoby Cochran brings you timely conversations with news and culture makers; activists and artists; bus drivers and students; those who love and hate this place—all in 15 minutes a day. It’s a smart and delightful new way to connect with the city we share. Learn more and subscribe to our morning newsletter at citycast.fm/chicago.
 
Border City is the story of a journalist who in 1994 impulsively leaves her job and family in Washington, D.C., to report on Tijuana, Mexico, a city commonly known for drug violence and illegal immigration into the U.S. She expects to stay on the border a year, maybe two. But her plans change as she is drawn deeper and deeper into the different worlds that converge at the biggest crossing point on the U.S.-Mexico border.
 
Bunny has been writing a blog called I Love New Mexico for over 13 years but now she wants to bring it to you via audio medium through this new fun podcast! We’ll talk with all sorts of New Mexicans – maybe a celebrity, author, and public figure or two, but mostly just locals from your hometown and Bunny's, people who know where to get the best green chile cheeseburger and which books to read and how to find the well-stocked thrift store or raft the wildest stretch of river. Someone who reme ...
 
Private Parts Unknown (FKA Reality Bytes) is a Bourdain-style podcast exploring sex, love, relationships, gender, and seductive subcultures around the world. Join host Courtney Kocak and expert guests for hilarious, sex-positive conversations — destigmatizing everything from abortion to Ashley Madison, polyamory to PMDD, sex work to Shibari, and more. Travel series include Helsinki, Finland; Mexico City, Mexico; and Tokyo, Japan. Private Parts Unknown is a proud member of Pleasure Podcasts. ...
 
They’re mother and son, but also award-winning celebrity chefs, restaurateurs, and cookbook authors. Aarón Sánchez and Zarela Martínez will take you on a culinary journey featuring regional ingredients that are the soul of Mexican cuisine. From chilis to chocolate and everything in between, Aaron, Zarela and special guests will share stories, tips, techniques, and quintessential recipes in spirited kitchen table conversations.
 
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When both his popular culture podcast and long-term relationship come to an end, journalist Brendan finds he has the time — and freedom — to pursue his dream: a travel podcast where he goes places and learns about them by getting invited to a stranger’s house for dinner. A friend joins him at each destination and they drink, dance, and eat their way from Montréal to Mexico City, often learning as much about themselves as the place they’re visiting. Not Lost is both a delightful travel escape ...
 
Far Flung with Saleem Reshamwala is a journey across the globe in search of the world's most surprising and imaginative ideas. It's not a travel show, exactly. It's a deep dive into the ideas that shape a particular spot on the map, brought to you by local journalists and creators. Weave through the streets of Bangkok with a motorcycle midwife. Time-travel with dinosaurs behind a hardware store in New Jersey. Meet a guy who dresses up as a luchador to protect citizens from traffic in Mexico ...
 
Formula 1 fans from every nation, welcome to F1 Nation! 1996 World Champion Damon Hill and globe-trotting racing reporters Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham bring you weekly F1 chat with big guests, expert racing insight and behind-the-scenes stories. Hit the follow button for the fastest way to get new episodes.
 
Conversations about politics, the world, and life in the USA. Josh has a background in the military and intelligence community. He has worked with special operations and conventional forces in seven different countries across three different continents. Jon studied philosophy in Europe and has a background in higher education. He is multilingual and has spent nearly ten years abroad, living in Europe and Mexico. His work experience includes contract work for the Vatican, positions at Anáhuac ...
 
The Standard Deviations podcast is a weekly production that looks at money, mind and meaning, all through a psychological lens. Each week, psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Daniel Crosby interviews a fascinating new guest, experts in everything from finance to literature to wellness. Each guest provides listeners with three concrete ways to apply what was learned that week, ensuring that weekly listening becomes part of a path to a richer life. Episodes are brief, resear ...
 
No Dunks is a daily NBA podcast hosted by Skeets, Tas, Trey, and JD — the original basketball podcasters. Join 'em as they break down the league's biggest games and headlines, answer listeners' questions, interview guests, and more.
 
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Today's episode is dedicated to Mexican soccer. What needs to change? Follow me or leave your questions at. Check out the YouTube channel. https://twitter.com/gionicity https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCih-sNSl85HudZTjHJ86znQ https://www.reddit.com/user/gionicity https://www.instagram.com/gionicity/?hl=en https://wcfepodcast.buzzsprout.com https://…
 
Mexico and Poland faced off Tuesday as part of the World Cup. Both countries have large populations in the Chicago area, prompting speculation on social media that it could be the “Battle of Archer Ave.” So how did it play out? City Cast headed to a bar in Pilsen and one in Niles to watch the game with fans. Some News: In honor of Indigenous People…
 
NM gets low marks for economic freedom (again). Paul talked to KOAT Channel 7 about the unused State office buildings costing taxpayers $18 million annually. City of Albuquerque’s spending of $1 million on field transformation for United Soccer team. Shooting at UNM postpones basketball game. Thanksgiving prices are way up.…
 
On Tue.'s No Dunks, the guys discuss Marcus Smart helping the Celtics win their 7th straight, Jimmy Butler putting the clamps on Devin Booker, the Atlanta Hawks playing defense, Delano Banton's best game as a pro, and the Warriors sending James Wiseman to the G-League. That, plus GM Giannis, the upcoming 'SHAQ' docuseries, the pros and cons of NBA …
 
Jimbo’s joined by Michael Cox and Tim Spiers as the knockout stages of the World Cup get underway. Argentina make their way past a spirited Australia with Lionel Messi turning it on. But is it their defensive steel that could take them all the way? The Netherlands impress as they brush aside USA with the wing-backs flourishing and Memphis Depay ope…
 
Kelly Cates is joined by Pat Nevin, Tim Vickery and former Australia captain Mile Jedinak to reflect on Argentina’s 2-1 win over Australia in the last 16, as Lionel Messi scored in the 1,000th game of his career.Argentina will now face Netherlands in the quarter-finals, so Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan drops by to discuss their 3-1 win over…
 
Team USA’s run at the 2022 World Cup is over. Ukrainian energy companies prepare for more Russian attacks. We have a projection in the final House race of the 2022 midterms. The eruption of Manua Loa in Hawaii is prompting air quality warnings. And a Georgia man makes an ill-advised comment on a sheriff’s office Facebook post. To learn more about h…
 
The US Men’s National Team faces the Netherlands in a knockout game at the World Cup. One Georgia county is ordered to extend its absentee ballot deadline ahead of Tuesday’s US Senate runoff election. Russia responds to accusations it is sending bloody letters to Ukrainian embassies around the world. An American woman is killed by a ‘rogue wave’ on…
 
It’s Jimbo, Tom Williams and Sasha Goryunov on the pod after Day 13 of the World Cup. South Korea score an unbelievably late winner to progress from Group H leaving Uruguay to do some Seoul searching. Korean journalist Sungmo Lee gives us his reaction. Uruguay’s win over Ghana wasn’t enough for them and the Black Stars were awarded another penalty …
 
The Democratic National Committee approved a proposal that would make South Carolina the first primary race on the 2024 schedule. The mpox public health emergency declaration in the US is set to end in January. The New York attorney general’s top aide has resigned following an investigation into misconduct allegations. A jury has started deliberati…
 
Sorrow for Suarez, Grinch Sutton and a Cameroonian Christmas CarolKelly Cates is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and South American football expert Tim Vickery - as the group stages came to a close in typically dramatic fashion.Cameroon are out of the tournament, despite a famous win over Brazil, and a 91st minute winner for South Korea…
 
The January 6th committee is meeting to discuss possible criminal referrals from its investigation into the Capitol insurrection. The European Union has agreed to cap the price of Russian oil at $60 dollars a barrel. A former San Antonio police officer accused of shooting an unarmed teen in a McDonald’s parking lot has been indicted on attempted mu…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Rams' 3-8 season after winning the Super Bowl in February, their grim cap-space situation, and lack of draft picks (0:37). Then Ryen is joined by “Stanford” Steve Coughlin and Chris “The Bear” Fallica to discuss how many teams are realistically still alive in the College Football Playoff, CFP expansion thoughts, …
 
On Fri.'s No Dunks, the guys discuss Killian Hayes' coming out party, debate the Worst of the Week (the NBRA's handling of Tony Brothers' profane insult, Kelly Oubre Jr. for celebrating down 30, the Lakers for playing the wrong pregame hype video), and attempt to build their way-too-early 2023 NBA All-Star Game rosters. That, plus Jason Kapono's fa…
 
Today President Joe Biden signed a bill to avoid a costly rail strike — we’ll explain the details. Ukrainian embassies across Europe have been getting bloody packages in the mail with animal parts. A new CNN poll shows where Georgia voters stand ahead of the runoff election next week. A serial killer in Canada is in custody. Plus, scientists are on…
 
A new report out this week says a data breach at the California Department of Justice last summer was the result of poor training and a lack of professional rigor at the agency. The leak included the personal information of hundreds of thousands of concealed carry firearm license applicants. Reporter: Ben Christopher, CalMatters Award-winning poet …
 
The latest job numbers are out - we'll tell you what they mean for the economy. A CNN poll shows Democrat Raphael Warnock has a slight edge going into Tuesday's Senate runoff election in Georgia. A Ukrainian official says at least 10,000 of its soldiers have died in the war with Russia. Nine goals, controversial referee decisions and a four time wi…
 
The filing deadline for the February municipal election was Monday. One name that won’t be on the ballot for the first time in over 50 years is Southwest Side 14th Ward Ald. Ed Burke. The indicted alderperson decided to quietly bow out of the race as he faces a federal corruption trial and an unfavorably redrawn ward. We are joined by WTTW politics…
 
We start by looking at former President Trump’s recent legal setbacks, as two courts rule against him. China has signaled it’s going to start easing some Covid-19 restrictions, but is still going after protesters. South Africa’s president is facing calls to resign - we’ll tell you why. President Joe Biden wants to change the Democrats’ primary map.…
 
It’s Jimbo, Lynsey Hooper and Duncan Alexander on the pod after Day 12 of the World Cup. Japan and Morocco make surprise progressions and Belgium and Germany make surprise exits. The reigning runners up Croatia progress despite some uninspiring performances so far. Juraj Vrdoliak gives us the perspective from Croatia. Germany are one of two big tea…
 
Kelly Cates and guests react to Germany and Belgium crashing out of the World Cup at the group stage. She’s joined by ex-Germany defender Arne Friedrich and journalist Kristoffer Klein along with former England internationals Karen Bardsley and Matt Upson. Spanish supremo Guillem Balagué and ex-J.League striker Jay Bothroyd have their say after Spa…
 
Argentina's Pablo Zabaleta reflects on his team's performances so far and looks ahead to their round of 16 match against Australia. We also explore the troubles between Serbia and Switzerland ahead of their crucial group match.Picture on website: Argentina fans react during the FIFA World Cup match against Poland (David Ramos - FIFA/FIFA via Getty …
 
On Thu.'s No Dunks, the guys discuss Booker scoring 51 points in just three quarters, the Wolves winning without Karl-Anthony Towns, Prince William and Kate attending the Heat-Celtics game in Boston, and the stupid Killer Bees LJN action figures. That, plus they share their biggest surprise for each Eastern Conference team at the quarter mark of th…
 
On this week's interview Paul sits down with Elizabeth Stelle, Director of Policy Analysis at Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Foundation. The organization recently published a comprehensive study and ranking of state policies relating to public employment laws. The report, "The Battle for Worker Freedom in the States" analyzes state laws that either co…
 
The University of California has reached a tentative agreement with postdoctoral scholars and academic researchers to increase their pay and other benefits. Those UC workers are staying on the picket lines in solidarity with their United Auto Worker union members who still have not reached a deal. Reporter: Laura Fitzgerald, KQED Tani Cantil-Sakauy…
 
Ghana and Uruguay created one of the most dramatic and controversial moments in World Cup history in 2010, when “the Black Stars” were the width of a crossbar away from becoming the first African team to reach the semi-finals.Uruguay's Luis Suárez was sent off in the last minute of extra time for handling the ball on the line and then celebrated wi…
 
When City Cast Chicago first talked to Dion Dawson in 2021, he said, “Englewood was everything that I needed it to be.” Dawson is the founder of Dion’s Chicago Dream, which delivers free fresh produce to families across Chicago. He gives host Jacoby Cochran recommendations of things to eat, see, and do in the South Side neighborhood where he grew u…
 
Sasha Koltun volunteered to fight in Putin's war against Ukraine, though his mother Yelena begged him not to go. Four days later, he was dead, one of several dozen new recruits from across Russia who never even reached the battlefield. What happened to him - and will his mother, battling official indifference and obstruction, ever discover the trut…
 
In the late 19th Century, when the motion picture camera was invented and cinema was born, a young French woman called Alice Guy ended up becoming the first ever woman film-maker; rising from being a lowly young secretary to a prolific and pioneering director, producer and entrepreneur. Yet at her death in 1968, she was barely known, most of her th…
 
Rosemary Smith of Black Snake Distillery in Australia asked us the question, “Does the unique taste of each agave spirit mainly come from its sugar source or the crushed fibers and juice?” So, of course, we fought over the answer! It’s a chicken-or-the-egg episode of Agave Road Trip! Find extra photos and related links at agaveroadtrip.com Agave Ro…
 
Tune in to hear: - What are some problems that money solves well and what are some problems it does a poor job of solving? - Has Carl recently pivoted a bit in his career to focus more on the philosophical or, more broadly, “life stuff?” If so, why? - Has Carl found any common thread between people who feel a sense of security, both financially and…
 
It’s Jimbo, Maram AlBaharna and Tim Spiers on the pod after Day 11 of the World Cup as Australia, Argentina and Poland advance to the knockout stages. Samantha Lewis joins us after Australia pulled off a shock knockout stage progression at Denmark’s expense. Argentina make early fears of a premature exit after their defeat to Saudi Arabia seem prem…
 
Emma Saunders is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Tim Vickery for reaction to a dramatic night in Group C - as Argentina and Poland reached the knockout stages. We’ll also reflect on an historic day for Australia, after they reached the last 16 of the men’s tournament for the first time in 16 years. Prepare yourself for some highbrow…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Warriors’ loss to the Mavericks, and a look at the league at the quarter-season mark (0:46). Then Ryen is joined by Vikings head coach Kevin O’Connell to discuss the team’s 9-2 season, Kirk Cousins, being drafted by the Patriots in 2008, Rex Ryan stories, and more (22:36). Then Ryen talks with Bruce Feldman about…
 
The City of Albuquerque rejected rent control legislation, but a bill will be introduced in the upcoming session. My opinion piece which ran in papers around the state over the last several days asks some pertinent questions. A scandal recently exposed by KRQE's Larry Barker involving New Mexico's capital outlay process illustrates why passing Amen…
 
On Wed.'s No Dunks, the guys discuss last night's wild Warriors-Mavs game, debate what Towns' calf injury means for the Wolves, and share the biggest surprise for each Western Conference team at the quarter mark of the NBA season. 🤔 Subscribe to Is [This] Good? on YouTube: http://bit.ly/3zlfSVx ⭐️ No Dunks NBA Survivor Pool: https://play.runyourpoo…
 
Postdoctoral scholars and academic researchers in the University of California system have reached a tentative five-year deal. But the strike continues, as two groups — graduate student researchers and academic student employees — still have not come to an agreement. New reporting from CalMatters finds that Cal Poly San Luis Obispo enrolls the smal…
 
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot recently boasted that Chicago is the 4th best city in the U.S. for startups. The Chicago Innovation Awards are one way companies get their ideas to the rest of the world. Earlier this month, Chicago Innovation gave the “Up and Comer” award to a company called Joe and Bella, which makes adaptive apparel aimed at older ad…
 
It’s Jimbo, Adrian Clarke and Matt Davies-Adams in the pod after Day 10 of the World Cup as England and USA advance to the knockout stages. Alex Abnos joins us on the final whistle after USA win the tactical battle with Iran and show they have players for the big occasion. It’s a stroll for England against Wales with the recalled Rashford and Foden…
 
After 8 long years the USMNT are back and better than ever at a World Cup. they beat Iran 1 - 0 with Christian Pulisic playing the role of hero. Bring on the Dutch! Follow me or leave your questions at. Check out the YouTube channel. https://twitter.com/gionicity https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCih-sNSl85HudZTjHJ86znQ https://www.reddit.com/user/g…
 
Mark Chapman and guests reflect on England’s 3-0 win over Wales at the World Cup. Micah Richards, Jermaine Jenas, Matt Upson, Danny Gabbidon and Jayne Ludlow break down the match that sees England top Group B and progress to the last 16 with Wales finishing bottom. We hear from Rob Page and Gareth Bale and ask what’s next for Wales before chatting …
 
As we begin to approach the end of our Transformation core value series, we take a look at a life full of following God wholly, being transformed at every step! Pastor Paul reminds us to remain faithful and patient, ready for God to lead us wherever He wants us, at any time He chooses to be good. To support this ministry and help us continue to rea…
 
Kelly Cates brings you two special interviews to preview the huge final group games on Wednesday. First up is Mauricio Pochettino to talk Lionel Messi and look ahead to Argentina’s crucial tie with Poland. Then, ahead of Australia’s decider with Denmark, BBC commentator Pien Meulensteen visits the Soceroos’ camp to catch up with her dad, René, who …
 
On Tue.'s No Dunks, the guys discuss the Pacers stunning the Lakers on rookie Andrew Nembhard's buzzer-beating 3, Towns' calf injury, three guys — Porzingis, Booker, and KD — scoring 40+ points last night, and Embiid and Siakam's strong returns. That, plus Luke Kornet paying homage to Stromile Swift, bird cameras, Darren Dutchyshen's bod, how much …
 
In late September, passenger rail service from San Diego to places north of San Clemente halted. An unstable slope above the track in San Clemente posed the threat of a landslide. Bluff stabilization is ongoing, but rail service is expected to resume next month. Reporter: Thomas Fudge, KPBS After wildfire season ends in the Western U.S., those who …
 
Chicago once had the second highest population of Polish people in the world outside of Warsaw, and many called Jackowo, which is the Northwest Side neighborhood Avondale, home. Back in March, we talked to Mary Wisniewski and Joanna Marszalek, who have both lived in Jackowo and shared their stories of family, migration, and Polish bakeries. They wr…
 
Bunny talks to the women of "Discover Ag." Links: Discover Ag on Instagram Discover Ag podcast Elevate Ag on Instagram Find Natalie on Instagram Find Tara on Instagram Elevate Ag Bunny’s website Buy Bunny’s book on Amazon I Love New Mexico Instagram I Love New Mexico Facebook Original Music by: Kene Terry…
 
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