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Best Tenderloins podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Tenderloins podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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From San Fransisco's Tenderloin to the Dismal Swamp of North Carolina, human trafficking, vampires, and conjure magic combine in this sexy, funny, spooky story about Raine Black, a struggling comic strip artist with a gift--her comics come true. Enter Joshua: Raine's secret childhood friend, an abolitionist, and a vampire. Possessed by a revenge demon his vampire religion can't contain, Joshua just wants to get Raine safe from the demon, and from the other vampires, so he can kill himself in ...
 
The flagship news podcast of the San Francisco Chronicle. Editor in chief Audrey Cooper and San Francisco City Hall columnist Heather Knight discuss the biggest stories of the day with Chronicle journalists and newsmakers from around the Bay Area. | Get full digital access to the Chronicle: sfchronicle.com/pod
 
promos: promoplf@gmail.com Biography For over ten years now, the name Patric La Funk has been a guarantee for emotion-packed electronic dance music, with a diversity that spans through the whole spectrum of the genre. With tracks like “Autosave” and gigs in some of the most renowned clubs in the world, Patric has become a top player on the international music scene. Energy filled tracks and crowd moving live sets have become a trademark for the man named Patric La Funk. Gigs all over the wor ...
 
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Ten weeks into shelter-in-place, the San Francisco neighborhood remains crowded with tents, and people can't maintain social distance. Sam Dennison of the anti-poverty nonprofit Faithful Fools lays out what City Hall should be doing to help people during the coronavirus pandemic. | Full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad…
 
This week on the HowToBBQRight Podcast, Malcom brags about his new haircut (0:40) and finding Certified Angus Beef at the local grocery store (2:57). Then we talk about Malcom’s evil French laugh (5:11), why he decided to go with an Herb Crust for his beef tenderloin recipe (7:39), the key to perfecting a grilled beef tenderloin (11:50) and how to …
 
Shannon Watts, a new resident of the East Bay, founded Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America after the Sandy Hook school shooting. She's worried about the panic buying of guns during the coronavirus pandemic, but she's confident of big election wins in November. | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices…
 
Curfews have been imposed across the region and country as protestors spill onto city streets. In some towns, major shopping areas have been looted. Chronicle East Bay columnist Otis Taylor Jr. joins Audrey Cooper to talk about the unrest that's followed the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. | Full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod…
 
Controller Ben Rosenfield describes what it's like to go from balancing the books of an economic powerhouse — the City and County of San Francisco — to facing down a $1.7 billion budget gap that appeared almost overnight because of the coronavirus pandemic. | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
 
This week on the HowToBBQRight Podcast we have guests Jamie and Mark Williams from Swine Life BBQ. Malcom share his Delicious Dinner recipe (0:49) of Barbecue Pork Chops with Zucchini (4:35) and Sweet Potatoes (5:47). Then talk about cooking a "running style" Whole Hog (10:43). Mark explains how we prepped the hog (12:51), why we stuffed the hog wi…
 
Mayor London Breed laid out when residents can browse in stores, eat in restaurants and work out at gyms. Reporter Dominic Fracassa delves into the details and describes the new, stricter face-covering requirements. | Coronavirus coverage: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus | Full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Vis…
 
Supervisor Matt Haney has been working at a hotel for homeless people to shelter in place during the coronavirus pandemic. He tells Heather Knight it's convinced him more people on the streets need to be moved into vacant rooms. | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Slowly but surely, governments are reopening parks, preserves, beaches and lakes. The Chronicle is keeping track of all the open places to recreate, and outdoors writer Tom Stienstra joins Audrey Cooper to discuss the dos and don’ts of venturing outside this Memorial Day weekend and beyond. | Coronavirus coverage: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus | Full…
 
This week on the HowToBBQRight Podcast, we talk about how Malcom smoked a low & slow brisket on his pellet grill (0:34), how to pick the right brisket (3:05), if pellet briskets are as good (7:04) and how the seasonings help you build the smoke ring (11:05). Then we talk about leaving a smoker going overnight (17:30), the right internal temp to pul…
 
A shortage of masks, gowns and other medical-grade personal protective equipment has been a major issue in the coronavirus pandemic. It's still happening, and reporter Dominic Fracassa says that hospitals and county officials are generally reluctant — or have outright refused — to answer questions about a known issue in the PPE supply chain. | Get …
 
Professional musicians around the Bay Area are entertaining and consoling their neighbors with public performances during shelter-in-place. Heather Knight talks to Page Street cellist Saul Richmond-Rakerd about why music is so comforting. | Coronavirus coverage: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more…
 
Age is a factor in coronavirus risk, but many Americans over 65 are pushing back on sometimes condescending advice to isolate — often from their own adult children. Reporter Ryan Kost set out to examine how older Americans are dealing with shelter in place, starting with the older person he loves the most: his mother. | Get full Chronicle access: s…
 
They'll be a key part of gaining control of the spread of coronavirus, but most health departments don’t have nearly enough people to track the outbreaks. Aidin Vaziri discusses the effort to train tens of thousands of disease detectives. | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed a way to close a $54 billion hole in the state budget, and none of it is going to make anyone happy. Alexei Koseff breaks down the governor’s proposals and how it will affect Californians. | Coronavirus coverage: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus | Full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
The hole in California's budget is massive — tens of billions of dollars. But officials say they need extra money to help renters and others suffering during the coronavirus pandemic. New proposals from the Legislature could mean higher taxes, assistance for both renters and landlords, and requests to pay income taxes in advance, with discounts lat…
 
Dr. Maya Kotas was on one of two teams of UCSF health care workers who traveled to the two communities hit hardest by the coronavirus crisis: the Navajo Nation and New York City. She tells the Chronicle's Sarah Feldberg about the month she spent at a Manhattan hospital that was understaffed and overwhelmed by a tsunami of disease. | Get full Chroni…
 
America’s favorite pastimes are a clear casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. But with billions of dollars at stake, teams and players are eager to get back to work. Ann Killion discusses the implications of reopening for baseball, football, basketball and college sports — which the Sporting Green will be looking at all week. For full Chronicle access…
 
Rhiannon Bailard, executive director of operations for Hastings Law School in San Francisco, discusses the dire conditions in the Tenderloin — made worse by the coronavirus pandemic — that prompted the school to team with residents and business owners to sue the city. | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices…
 
Data analyzed by The Chronicle shows just how hard COVID-19 has hit communities of color — particularly Latinos and black people. Reporter Joaquin Palomino explains the data and why it poses a major problem in stopping the virus’ spread. | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
This week on the HowToBBQRight Podcast, we talk about how many Margaritas Malcom has before doing Greg Rempe’s BBQ Central Show this week (0:46) and the list of nominees for the BBQ Hall of Fame (2:10). Then we talk about Malcom’s Chuck Roast Burnt End method for making “Poor Man Burnt Ends” (7:55), why it’s not as good as Brisket Burnt Ends (9:55)…
 
Dr. Mark Shapiro, a hospitalist at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital and the host of the podcast Explore the Space, explains why it's important to continue sheltering in place despite the region's coronavirus deaths and hospitalizations being lower than most of the rest of the country. | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about yo…
 
On National Nurses Day, several Bay Area nurses talk about how the coronavirus crisis has affected their lives and their work — from delivering babies to caring for the elderly in nursing homes. They talk about their frustration at not having enough protective equipment, about helping their overwhelmed colleagues in New York, and about their fear o…
 
Gov. Gavin Newsom announces some changes to how businesses may operate under shelter-in-place orders — but they won’t supersede the Bay Area’s more stringent limitations, and they certainly aren’t as loose as some conservatives might like. Alexei Koseff joins Audrey Cooper to explain what’s allowed. | Get full coronavirus coverage: sfchronicle.com/…
 
This week on the HowToBBQRight Podcast, we talk about Malcom’s Gringo Smoked Chicken Enchiladas (2:57), why he used corn tortillas (5:27), where his love of Mexican food started (7:35) and what he’s cooking for Cinco De Mayo (11:01). Then we talk about Malcom’s Hamburger Steak dinner recipe (17:30), his Grilled Pork Tenderloin recipe (21:53) and gr…
 
San Francisco General Hospital emergency room nurse Christa Duran prepares for her shifts like a soldier preparing for battle. Reporter Trisha Thadani talks about how Duran and her colleagues confront their own fears as they work. | Full coronavirus coverage: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
We've been stuck inside for almost two months. How's your relationship faring? Columnist Tony Bravo surveyed a variety of Bay Area couples, and he has some ideas about how to make marriage work during the coronavirus shutdown. Get unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Six Bay Area counties have extended the shelter-in-place orders, but many public health officials say they intend to ease limits on some low-risk activities. Erin Allday discusses what that means, what might be allowed in the coming days and how it will be monitored. | Full coronavirus coverage: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus Learn more about your ad …
 
No prom. No sports championships. No graduation ceremony. There's never been a senior year quite like this one. Kate Green, a senior at Lowell High in San Francisco, tells Heather Knight what the coronavirus has meant for her and her classmates. | Get unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.…
 
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