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49ers Talk with Matt Maiocco

Matt Maiocco, NBC Sports Bay Area

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NBC Sports Bay Area 49ers insider Matt Maiocco and reporter Jennifer Lee Chan bring you comprehensive NFL coverage of all things San Francisco 49ers. Don't miss weekly in-depth interviews with players, coaches, front-office personnel, alumni and fellow media members. Check out all new episodes year-round.
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Jeff Garcia, original co-founder of Project Spurs. He is also the former co-host of ESPN San Antonio's "Halftime Sports," and currently is a Spurs beat writer in San Antonio. He hosts a daily look inside the San Antonio Spurs and the NBA with the Locked On Spurs podcast, part of the Locked on Podcast Network #spurs #nba
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Spurs Insider

San Antonio Express-News

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Hosted by sports columnist Mike Finger, Spurs Insider gives you behind-the-scenes access to San Antonio’s favorite team. Count on Spurs writers Jeff McDonald and Tom Orsborn to keep the analysis lively and on point.
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Overeaters Anonymous of San Francisco

Overeaters Anonymous of San Francisco

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Members of OA in San Francisco share what it was like, what happened, and what life is like now. Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a community of people who through shared experience, strength and hope are recovering from unhealthy relationships with food and body image. OA's twelve-step program works like Alcoholics Anonymous except it helps us deal with food. OA in San Francisco: https://www.oasf.org/ More about Overeaters Anonymous: https://oa.org/
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Giants Talk: A San Francisco Giants Podcast

Alex Pavlovic, Cole Kuiper, NBC Sports Bay Area

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NBC Sports Bay Area’s Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper, along with weekly appearances from Duane Kuiper, bring you comprehensive coverage of the San Francisco Giants. Don’t miss out on in-depth analysis, breaking news coverage and exclusive interviews with Giants players, coaches and front-office personnel. Giants Talk has new episodes year-round, so subscribe now for all your San Francisco Giants needs.
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San Diego news; when you want it, where you want it. Get local stories on politics, education, health, environment, the border and more. New episodes are ready weekday mornings. Hosted by Debbie Cruz and produced by KPBS, San Diego and the Imperial County's NPR and PBS station.
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Outside Lands San Francisco

Western Neighborhoods Project

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Nicole Meldahl and a rotating cast of hosts from the Western Neighborhoods Project (outsidelands.org / OpenSFHistory.org) share San Francisco west side neighborhood history with humor, a real fact or two, and much-better-informed occasional guests.
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Maximized Podcast

RCCG, Salvation Center, San Antonio,TX

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We’re a bible believing church, community of Christians doing life together inspired by the Holy Spirit. Join us whenever you are in the San Antonio, TX area.
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Dave Lomas and others share encouragements, insights, and meditations on how to respond as followers of Jesus to our current moment. (On Sundays, we post the teaching portion from our online Sunday services, which can be viewed in their entirety at realitysf.com starting at 10:30AM PST.)
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Overthink

Ellie Anderson, Ph.D. and David Peña-Guzmán, Ph.D.

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The best of all possible podcasts, Leibniz would say. Putting big ideas in dialogue with the everyday, Overthink offers accessible and fresh takes on philosophy from enthusiastic experts. Hosted by professors Ellie Anderson (Pomona College) and David M. Peña-Guzmán (San Francisco State University).
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Everything Everywhere Daily

Gary Arndt | Glassbox Media

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Learn something new every day! Everything Everywhere Daily is a daily podcast for Intellectually Curious People. Host Gary Arndt tells the stories of interesting people, places, and things from around the world and throughout history. Gary is an accomplished world traveler, travel photographer, and polymath. Topics covered include history, science, mathematics, anthropology, archeology, geography, and culture. Past history episodes have dealt with ancient Rome, Phoenicia, Persia, Greece, Chi ...
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Rob "Stats" Guerrera and Michelle Magdziuk wonder who the biggest challenges to the 49ers will be in the NFC this season? Plus, the 49ers got some VERY good news regarding next year's salary cap. Mooney Ward has surgery (1:47) Who do the 49ers have to fear in the NFC? (12:45) BREAKING NEWS: The 2024 salary cap is going up by more than $30M per team…
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On this episode of Locked On Spurs, host Jeff Garcia previews tonight's San Antonio Spurs versus Lakers matchup. Also, AP Sports Radio's Raul Flores joins the show to discuss if the Spurs can avoid finishing with the worst record in team history and react to some Locked On Spurs fan comments. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Grammarly When it…
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Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper break down which players have stood out so far in Arizona, who is in the running to be the new starting shortstop and the recent struggles the Giants have had in the MLB draft. Plus, Wilmer Flores joins Pavlovic and Laura Britt from spring training to weigh in on his important role on the roster and Jorge Soler’s insta…
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The Still Processing series has returned to create more space to discuss our Sunday teaching series, “Losing Self, Knowing Self.” We hope this series helps clarify, assist, and provide more context for these deeper theological conversations. This week, Dave Lomas, Jessica Gracewski, and Mike Gleim discuss identity formation, the Cultural Imaginary,…
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A local community organization that helps mobilize voters is facing added challenges after last month’s flooding. In other news, dozens of students from San Diego Unified high schools have just accepted a challenge to find solutions to critical problems in their communities. Plus, giant pandas could be back at the San Diego Zoo this summer.…
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The silence is deafening out of San Francisco 49ers headquarters regarding the vacant defensive coordinator job. Bill Belichick, in-house candidates like Johnny Holland and Nick Sorenson or New York Jets DC Jeff Ulbrich? What the 49ers are looking for at the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine. San Francisco 49ers fans are treated to daily news and analysis …
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To know the illustrious Tony Tee, real name Antonio Ley, is to love him. The Chula Vista-born-and-bred, man-about-town has appeared in popular shows, like Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations and Vice News, and he even had a brief career as a politico after he got his law degree in Tijuana. These days, the former party promoter is running a food truc…
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Joining CEO of Interfaith Community Services, Greg Anglea, are 3 employees each with their own diverse careers and their take on the Point In Time Count. Throughout the podcast, we tackle essential questions, such as the motivation behind participating in the PITC, the personal experiences of those involved, and the impact of the count on our commu…
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Our ability to adapt our bodies to culture has ancient origins. We suggest a timeline for how the culturalization of the human body evolved, starting around 500-300 thousand years ago. This timeline highlights key moments at 140 thousand years, 70 thousand years, and 45 thousand years, followed by a faster pace linked to the rise of production econ…
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