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Best Reality Sf podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Reality Sf podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Signal Boost is a short science fiction, fantasy, and horror interview and discussion podcast. Our interviews focus on boosting the work of a diverse range of authors, writers, artists, and more. Our discussions look at issues of inclusivity and diversity in the SF/F/H community. Signal Boost is part of The Skiffy and Fanty Show podcast network. If you want to find out more about us and our other shows, go to skiffyandfanty.com.
 
Civic is the flagship audio program from the San Francisco Public Press, a nonprofit news institution, covering the city and how it works. The radio program airs every weekday on KSFP -LP 102.5 FM in San Francisco.
 
Welcome to the ExQueeriencePoints Podcast. We are an all queer cast, and I’m the originator and producer, Kelrick. The cast consists of queer gaymers with over 3 decades of combined gaming experience… not that we always act like it. We will be play the Starfinder ttrpg, produced by Paizo because they have shown serious work in ttrpg inclusion. Our stories are told by queer casts telling stories with queer themes - which doesn't mean we are only for queer folks, just that we don't shy away fr ...
 
Founded in 1998 by Tracy Swedlow, InteractiveTV Today ITVT - http://www.itvt.com - is the most widely read and trusted news source on the rapidly emerging medium of multiplatform, networked, broadband interactive television. We provide concise, original coverage of industry developments, technologies, content projects, and the people building the business. Our readership ismostly made up of executives (30,000 to 60,000) in over 150 countries. We also provide live events and an industry resou ...
 
As one of San Francisco’s most recognizable DJs, Kramer has a created place all his own in the underground scene. With a DJ career spanning over a decade, he has played to tens of thousands of people everywhere from San Francisco and New York to Mexico City and Madrid. He has hosted successful parties throughout his home city of San Francisco for equally as long, including the well known and successful Dark & Dirty for three years running at Supperclub SF. Kramer has also held long standing ...
 
The show is about learning with technology, but it's not the same old EdTech or "STEM" preachery. It's about the realities and exciting potential, but it's also about youth and the practitioners who support them: youth developers, museum educators, K12 teachers, mentors, counselors, parents: as they grow their identity, and journey forward. Enjoying the show? Please take a moment to rate us, and leave a review wherever you've accessed the podcast. You can review show notes for every episode ...
 
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San Francisco remains under an 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew in the wake of a nationwide civil uprising over the death of George Floyd, an African-American man killed by a white police officer in Minneapolis. During a Monday morning press conference, San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott said he is cautioning Mayor London Breed not to end the curfew too …
 
Dave Lomas teaches from Matthew 11:28-30 on what our emotions tell us about ourselves and what Christ's emotions tell us about Him (and how He feels about us). Teaching slides available at https://bit.ly/2zFeEZD To watch the video version of this teaching, visit https://vimeo.com/424352848 This teaching is the third in a series called "Reality Rema…
 
Muni is running only a core system of buses with no rail lines in service. But around 100,000 people still ride every day. Cat Carter, interim executive director of the San Francisco Transit Riders, hasn’t been on Muni in months, but she and others in the organization have kept busy, distributing masks and thinking about the future of Muni as budge…
 
The San Francisco Unified School District has announced that fall classes will begin on Aug. 17, and administrators are in the process of planning how campuses will function as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. We heard directly from students about what life has been like for them under the shelter-in-place order. Abigail Ault, a junior at Lincoln H…
 
The shelter-in-place order that has directed San Francisco residents to stay home except to conduct essential business will be in effect indefinitely, though with significant modifications to allow certain previously restricted businesses to re-open. Meanwhile, the city’s mask order will be expanded, now requiring everyone to cover their noses and …
 
Every year, San Francisco Pride events bring hundreds of thousands of people to the city during the last week of June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots in New York City, which kicked-off the modern LGBTQ movement. This year was expected to be larger than ever, marking the 50th anniversary of San Francisco’s first march, but the COVID-19 pandemic f…
 
Hello and Welcome to ExQueerience Points, your favorite all queer Starfinder Podcast! We're back in the Dawn of Flame AP! We maintain our policy of opening all the doors! Yzra shows a contempt for weaponry, Navu, Thrani, and Dr. Joe deal with a surprise, and we finally hear from Nib! This episode when a little long - I hope you can stick with us an…
 
The Camp Fire grew to disastrous proportions faster than some fire experts thought possible, and ultimately destroyed the town of Paradise and devastated several nearby communities. At least 85 people were killed, and tens of thousands were displaced. In the new book “Fire in Paradise: An American Tragedy,” two journalists with the Guardian US, Ala…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has cost millions their jobs, and that means many tenants haven’t been able to pay rent, landlords have had trouble making mortgage payments and other bills are also stacking up. Sarah “Fred” Sherburn-Zimmer, director of the Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco, and Katrina Logan, director of the economic advancement p…
 
Some two weeks after a universal coronavirus testing mandate for nursing facilities was announced, 40% of the city’s nursing patients and staff have been tested, according to San Francisco health director Dr. Grant Colfax. Hear this and other updates from today's press briefing on the city's response to the coronavirus pandemic.…
 
Youth aged 16 and 17 could gain the right to vote in municipal elections if existing voters approve a charter amendment in November. City supervisors have introduced that amendment, and if it continues to see widespread support from the board, the measure will go to the ballot. This will be San Francisco’s second time voting on such an expansion of…
 
Dale Gustafson teaches from Psalm 1 on the importance of rightly interpreting and understanding Scripture so that we may hear it clearly during chaotic, uncertain times. Teachings slides available at https://bit.ly/368TCOP To watch the video version of this teaching, visit https://vimeo.com/419327527 This teaching is the first in a series called "R…
 
Hello and Welcome to ExQueerience Points, your favorite all queer Starfinder Podcast! We're back in the Dawn of Flame AP! We welcome our newest cast member - Callie (@thegriefmop) who is playing Yzra a Scyphozoan Vanguard! We have to deal with some space horntytoads or Ikeshti as they are called. Thrani is settling into his new reality but we aren'…
 
How to best support the thousands of people who are homeless in San Francisco, and prevent the spread of the new coronavirus among them, during this pandemic has been a point of contention for months. San Francisco Public Press reporter Brian Howey has been covering everything from a scuttled initiative to test everyone in the shelter system to how…
 
Some nonessential businesses will be able to resume limited operations starting May 18 if the rate of coronavirus-related hospitalizations in San Francisco does not increase in the next week, Mayor London Breed said Monday. “The curve is indeed flat,” said Dr. Grant Colfax, director of the city’s Department of Public Health, referring to the hospit…
 
Under shelter-in-place orders, the Public Press staff has been producing the local current affairs program “Civic” from home, conducting interviews remotely and managing a radio station at a distance. The team has also turned its focus almost exclusively to covering the local effects of the coronavirus pandemic through in-depth interviews, complete…
 
Ruthie Kim teaches from Psalm 84 on the valleys of life and how we can experience God's goodness in them. Teaching slides available at https://bit.ly/3fEBrEL Video version of this teaching available at https://vimeo.com/416946978 Ruthie Kim is part of the Reality SF teaching team and is the Founder & Executive Director of Because Justice Matters.…
 
A Mission District coronavirus testing initiative has shown stark disparities in who has been getting sick — 95% of those who tested positive in this initiative identified as Hispanic or Latinx. Among all those tested, less than 2% tested positive. Among people who worked in the testing area, that figure was 6.1%. Dr. Carina Marquez, assistant prof…
 
Hello and Welcome to ExQueerience Points, your favorite all queer Starfinder Podcast! We're back and ready and dive back into the Dawn of Flame AP! We welcome our newest cast member - Callie (@thegriefmop) who is playing Yzra a Scyphozoan Vanguard! Opening the new AP sets us up with some character changes and some staying the same, in the best ways…
 
In late April, a coalition of medical, community and government organizations called Unidos En Salud tested nearly 3,000 people in one Mission District census tract for the new coronavirus. Among those testing positive, 95% identified as Hispanic or Latinx, though they made up only 44% of those tested. Jon Jacobo with the Latino Task Force on Covid…
 
In response to an increase in tent encampments in the city’s Tenderloin neighborhood, city officials will target 13 blocks with outreach, services, cleaning and enforcement. People living in some encampments will be asked to relocate to permitted sites, and the city will open one such site with 50 spaces on Fulton Street between Larkin and Hyde str…
 
Last Friday, two homeless women, Couper Orona and Jess Gonzalez, briefly occupied a long-vacant home in the Castro before police removed them. They are part of Reclaim SF, an organization inspired by Moms4Housing, a group of mothers who took over a vacant house in Oakland last year to protest real estate speculation. Quiver Watts, an organizer with…
 
The anti-Asian racist rhetoric around the coronavirus pandemic is part of a long history of anti-Asian racism in America. Author and activist Helen Zia warns that the surge of violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders is likely to worsen as shelter-in-place orders are relaxed, and says as racism is used to sow division, we should come …
 
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