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Civic

San Francisco Public Press & KSFP, Liana Wilcox, Mel Baker

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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.
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The world's greatest adventurers tell their best story from the road. Each episode is cut documentary style and set to music and cinematic effects to create an immersive storytelling experience. 'Best travel podcasts 2020'- The Guardian, 'Thrilling Stuff'-Sunday Times, 'Ear Candy for Listeners' - Washington Post
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This is a gathering of people in the Santa Rosa area of Sonoma County, in the north San Francisco Bay area of California, who believe that Yeshua of Natzeret (Jesus of Nazareth) is the Anointed One (Christ or Messiah) of the Creator, the God of Israel from long ago. As a "messianic" fellowship, we seek to learn together about God from His word, the Bible, via the many lessons encapsulated in the first five books of the Bible and explained by the prophets and the Messiah.
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*COMING UP* 2/25/2024, OMAKASE 425, AARON PAAR @destroyer13 2/28/2024 Brighter Days, Longer Nights [Los Angeles] 3/3/2024, OMAKASE 426 3/8/2024, Behind The Headphones [interview & mix], 3/10/2024, OMAKASE 427 3/17/2024, OMAKASE 428 3/23/2024, Grill & Chill [Orange County] 3/24/2024, OMAKASE 429 3/31/2024, OMAKASE 430 5/6/2024, Dublab 5/11/2024, Sound By The Sea [Oceanside, CA] Gold Code aka Raf Zevallos-Crowe, is a DJ/producer based in Orange County, California. A lifelong music lover, colle ...
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The California Now Podcast explores the people and places that make California a unique travel experience. Host Soterios Johnson, veteran radio journalist and former host of NPR’s Morning Edition on WNYC in New York City, has recently moved to California and is using his journalism skills to learn every fascinating thing about his new home state. He interviews travel experts, chefs, local guides and many others on his journey of discovery. For more ideas on California travel, go to www.visit ...
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The Forum Celebrity Podcast

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Hosts James Patrick and Florence Carmela interview various celebrities, writers, musicians, and actors who talk about their careers, charities and professional endeavors. Personable and upbeat, their positive and supportive personalities make it a fun and inspiring podcast to listen to.
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The Gackle Report is a Bay Area hockey website produced by two Canadians devoted to covering the San Jose Sharks. Throughout the 2014-15 NHL season, Paul and Patrick Gackle, who grew up in Winnipeg, Canada, will produce a daily hockey podcast to fill the Bay Area’s puck talk void while also providing daily news articles about Sharks hockey. The Gackle Report is the place to go for insider coverage of the Sharks and fresh analysis about the latest happenings around the NHL. Paul Gackle grew u ...
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How many times have you wished you could sit down with a legal luminary, ask them difficult questions and hear their most vulnerable and honest answers? The time is now. This podcast aims to connect women in the legal profession to those who have been trailblazers, who are currently fighting the good the fight, and those who are changing the legal profession.
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Election Special: Voters in San Francisco registered with the Peace & Freedom, Green, Republican or Democratic parties have extra choices in the March 5th election that only come around once every four years — the party county central committees. We talk to a political strategist to discuss the power dynamics of these committees in San Francisco an…
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On this episode of the California Now Podcast, host Soterios Johnson speaks with five-time Emmy-nominee Margaret Cho. A lifelong Californian, Cho shares how her upbringing in San Francisco helped shape her career in comedy. “I was seeing comedians like Robin Williams, Paula Poundstone, and Dana Carvey all the time, and it was a really incredible pl…
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Welcome to the Real Perspectives Podcast, where we dive deep into the evolving world of real estate, bringing you the latest insights and stories from industry trailblazers. I’m your host, Vladimir Bosanac, co-founder and publisher of this podcast, where we aim to shed light on the innovative minds reshaping the real estate landscape. Today, we hav…
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On this episode, I chat with San Ramon City Councilmember Marisol Rubio who is running for State Senate District 9. Rubio has a nice background which led her to where she is today in advocating for under-served communities, seniors, those with disabilities and in the healthcare industry. With her science background, she highlights how she takes a p…
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Our Day in San Francisco Ending With Great Food at Fog Harbor Fish House in Fisherman's Wharf. Spend a day with James & Florence in San Francisco. Take a ride on the Vallejo ferry to the Embarcadero, visiting Fisherman's Wharf. We see the sea lions, Pier 39, the Transamerica Building, ABC News studios & Coit tower. We top it off with some amazing f…
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Part 1 of our talk with Mike Detillier:NFL Analyst Mike Detillier talks New Orleans Saints draft needs, is coach Dennis Allen the answer, Qb's to draft & to avoid in the upcoming draft, Being on a float at Mardi Gras and Who will win the Super Bowl between the 49ers and the Chiefs in the National Football Leagues biggest game!…
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This week we are going to Nashville, Tennessee The Country Music Capital of the World … but don’t worry you don’t have to love country to love Nashville. It is a music town. If you like listening to live music – who doesn’t? – then this is a musical odyssey you must take at least once in your life. We’re going to have some fun, we’re going backstag…
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On this episode, I chat with Pittsburg City Councilmember Shanelle Scales-Preston who is running for Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors for District 5. She has worked in congress since 2021 with former Congressman George Miller and now Mark DeSaulnier. She also was elected to the Pittsburg City Council in 2018. In this episode, we touch on he…
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Episode 2.09 of California Highways: Route by Route continues our exploration of Route 1, as we complete discussing present-day Route 1 in Medocino County from Gualala to Leggett and current Route 1's end at US 101. Along the way, we'll discuss the communities of Gualala, Point Arena, Albion, Mendocino, Fort Bragg, Westport and Rockport, and Legget…
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“Let them construct a sanctuary for Me, that I may dwell among them. ‘According to all that I am going to show you, as the pattern of the tabernacle and the pattern of all its furniture, just so you shall construct it.” Exodus 25:8–9 NASB95 Notes will be posted here soon.
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On this episode, I chat with Christopher Cabaldon on running for State Senate District 3, a seat currently held by Bill Dodd who terms out. Cabaldon is 22-year mayor for West Sacramento and is an advocate for the Delta. He also served as Vice Chancellor of the California Community Colleges. We talk education, insurance, mental health, Prop 4, gun s…
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March 2024 Election Special: Mayor London Breed is facing one of the most pivotal moments of her political career as she campaigns for reelection amidst a dual crisis of addiction and homelessness. Her solution is a ballot measure that would compel welfare recipients to submit to drug addiction screening and treatment in order to get cash benefits.…
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On this episode, a chat with Walnut Creek City Councilmember Kevin Wilk who was subjected Tuesday night to an antisemitic rant with a man attacking Jews and stating “white power” during public comments. While at the microphone, his shirt was exposing a swastika. We get into several other incidents which Walnut Creek has had occur, along with neighb…
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"I will show you my Amazon - the Amazon that visitors never get to see." When Alex Robinson heard those words, he knew he was in for the adventure of a lifetime. His guide, Saru Mundurucu, had recently founded his own adventure and travel company, Aracá Expeditions. As the first and only Amazon adventure company owned and operated by an indigenous …
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March 2024 Election Special: Why are San Francisco residents being asked to vote on County Superior Court Judges? We talk to University of San Francisco professor of politics Keally McBride about the slate of candidates, how the process works, and what people should be thinking about when considering their vote.…
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Welcome to another episode of the Real Perspectives Podcast, where we dive deep into the insights and stories shaping the real estate and tech industries. I'm your host, Vladimir Bosanac, co-founder and publisher of The Registry. Today, we have a very special guest, Husein Sonara, the Chief Strategy Officer of FundRebel, a game-changing platform in…
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On this episode, I chat with Sarah Christine of California Gleamin in downtown Brentwood who started off as a Mobile Wellness Spa & Boutique and has officially expanded into two locations. After launching in 2020, Sarah shares how she expanded to offer a variety of health and wellness services with a atmosphere of vintage nostalgia—services include…
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On this, the 100th episode of the California Now Podcast, host Soterios Johnson interviews James Beard Award–winning author, chef, and Netflix star Samin Nosrat. The San Diego native and Oakland resident shares how she began her culinary career in Alice Water’s kitchen at Chez Panisse: “I started, and I was pretty much immediately just enchanted by…
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Today, we're embracing our weird in Oregon as we explore the Northern Culture Trail! We’re going to discover Portland’s favorite food carts, sample food from around the world and go on a secret bar crawl to hidden local spots. “Portland is the rebel base of the Star Wars universe, we’re sticking it to the forces of normal,” Dresden of Throw Snakes …
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Episode 2.08 of California Highways: Route by Route continues our exploration of Route 1. We've now crossed the Golden Gate Bridge, and are continuing north from the Marin Headlands, up along the coast through Sausalito and Marin, Muir Beach and Stinson Beach, Point Reyes, Bodega Bay, Jenner and Fort Ross until we reach the Marin Headlands. As alwa…
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In this study Show your work: The heart of mishpatim What are the mishpatim? Epistle to Philemon: Torah truth on master–servant relationships How can we live out the Torah in the modern world? Are these instructions timeless or do they only apply to the lives of the people who originally gathered at Sinai 3,000 years ago to hear them? How can we ap…
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