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“All of us take these things for granted, that they're always there” - Mark Bailey In this episode our first featured voices are Mark Bailey the head of operations and Martha Martinez the head of production and training at Hayes Valley Bakeworks. We wanted to share the story of Hayes Valley Bakeworks because of its unique self-supporting social ent…
 
"We're hoping that we can spread the wealth if you will, as far as possible” - Michelle Lynch Reynolds In this episode, our featured voices are Michelle Lynch Reynolds the Executive Director, and Joe Goode the founder and artistic director, of Joe Goode Performance Group. Over the last thirty-plus years, Joe Goode Performance Group has promoted und…
 
"the people who are working in the cultural sector and everything, it's exposed even further our vulnerabilities, the fact that we're always working in the margins" - Randy Rollison In this episode our featured voices are Randy Rollison the Executive Director and Allison Snopek the Deputy Director of Intersection for the Arts. This week’s show with…
 
“Simply put non-profits matter in communities and people depend on their services” - Anna Koob In this episode our featured voices are Jacob Harold the Executive Vice President and Anna Koob the Director of Data Standards of Candid. Back in April 2020 when we decided to create this series on Covid-19’s impact first on nonprofits and then on small b…
 
“We're in an existential threat of losing everything that makes this place great”- Jay Beaman In this episode, our featured voices are Brad Levy the owner, Haley Sausner the Chef, and Jay Beaman the Manager of Firefly restaurant. Firefly restaurant is another one of our local neighborhood gems known to serve up its beloved fried chicken along with …
 
People have danced since, you know, the caveman days they gathered together and beat on their drums and they danced” - Christine Leslie In this episode, our featured voice is Christine Leslie the CEO and Executive Director of the Peninsula Ballet Theatre Our next featured voice is Christine Leslie the CEO and Executive Director of the Peninsula Bal…
 
Joseph initiates his plans to regain control of his life. Commander Arthur and Guard Michael scramble to understand the situation and take control of their end before things get out of hand. Support the show with a small monthly donation here. Music By: Nihilore Sound Effects By: JomelleJager QK C3 Sabertooth dKiller2204 slimic flyguy85 YleArkisto …
 
“ I hope we never stop supporting people who might have to make a decision between paying their rent and eating ramen noodles.” - Susan Mernit In this episode, we are focused on our Making Community and our featured voices are Susan Mernit the Executive Director of The Crucible along with Janey Hayes a Glass Artists who is one of the Teaching Artis…
 
“ To teach them how to be wonderful musicians” - Andriana Marcial In this episode, our featured voice is Andriana Marcial the Interim Executive Director of the San Francisco Girls Chorus. One of the main goals of The San Francisco Girls Chorus is to teach young women to become wonderful musicians through their extensive music education program. Sin…
 
“ If you want to end homelessness, you give people homes.” - Demaree Miller In this episode, our featured voices are Charles Lerner the Executive Director and Demaree Miller the Program Manager of At the Crossroads. During the Covid-19 pandemic At the Crossroads staff continues to meet youth where they are - living on the streets of san francisco. …
 
"Dance , is just an amazing way of bringing people together” - Sherene Melania In this episode, our featured voice is Sherene Melania the Executive Director and Artistic Director of Presidio Dance Theatre of San Francisco. The Presidio Dance Theatre has a history of cultural and community engagement with a mission to use dance and the arts to educa…
 
"Through difference, there is beauty” - Marc Brew, AXIS Dance Company In this episode, our featured voices are Marc Brew the Artistic Director and Choreographer along with Danae Rees the Managing Director of AXIS Dance Company. AXIS Dance Company’s mission is to bring together both disable and non-disabled artists to create a radically inclusive da…
 
Arthur's and Guard Michael's investigation uncovers more mysteries which only deepen the mystery surrounding Joseph's group. Arthur struggles with his path and a new age begins. Special Thanks to Dominic Z. and Michael M. Support the show monthly here. It means more than you know! Songs by: Artifice Daniel Birch Hinterheim Silicone Transmitter Soun…
 
"So, it's, a very, quiet but large issue in our community, especially when you know, Bay area should be the tech capital of the world" - Seth Hubbert In this episode, our featured voice is Seth Hubbert the Executive Director of Tech Exchange and we are discussing how the digital divide is impacting low-income students and their families in Oakland …
 
We're really trying to combat this amnesiac culture that we live in by bringing people together in public space, doing participatory community history - LisaRuth Elliott In this episode, our featured voice is Lisa Ruth Elliot the Co-Director of Shaping San Francisco and we’re discuss Shaping San Francisco’s unique model of being a participatory com…
 
Rome's Kitchen is actually the incubator for my family to help us get to the next level” - Rome Rogers In this episode, our featured voice is Rome Rogers the founder of Rome’s Kitchen in the bay view hunters point neighborhood of San Francisco. Rome like many food entrepreneurs decided to take his love of food and hard work and invest in himself to…
 
I think if anything, there's been more light and more sort of like, an awareness, right. Of small businesses, and how people really need to support the small businesses to, continue to contribute to the economy.” - Pooja Rajani In this episode, our featured voices are Andrea Baker the founder of both Andrea Baker Consulting and the nonprofit En 2 A…
 
“Yes, it’s a pandemic, and yes, we have to stay safe, but we have to learn how to help each other. We have to learn how to support each other’s businesses. We have to learn how to support each other’s families.” - Michelle Pusateri, Granola Master, Founder In this episode, our featured voice is Michelle Pusateri from Nana Joes Granola. Nana Joes Gr…
 
“giving a voice to the manufacturing sector, to the City, our funders, everyone, hopefully the public, and then really helping manufacturers know and talk to each other and often partner with each other, which we’re always super happy to see.” - Pierre Coeurdeuil, SF Made In this episode, our featured voice is Pierre Coeurdeuil, Director of Advisin…
 
“We've also learned is that, human connection cannot be replaced by video connection. The human touch cannot be replaced by remote. And so we are hoping soon to get back to that stage where we can see people in a room. We can, hold somebody's hand, we can look somebody in the eye, and hear their story and support them.“ - Doug Styles In this episod…
 
“I think places like ours where you can come in, sit down and enjoy a full service dining experience; there’s something culturally refueling about that, about sharing a meal with folks” — Jeff Trenam, Owner, Blue Plate SF In this episode, our featured voices are Jeff Trenam, Owner, and Shannon Walter the manager of Blue Plate SF a restaurant locate…
 
We’re championing a new generation of younger artists who were also looking at ways to make this art form relevant, contemporary, and even more equitable” Author - Melanie Smith In this episode, our featured voice is Melanie Smith, President of San Francisco Performances. San Francisco Performances is an innovative curator of established classical …
 
"Arts and culture really drive San Francisco. A lot of folks think of San Francisco as being a tech city, which we are. But the number one industry in San Francisco is tourism. And there would be no tourism in San Francisco if it weren't for arts and culture." Author: John Caldon This week's show is focused on our arts and culture sector which gene…
 
In this episode, our featured voice is Kami Griffiths, the executive director and co-founder of Community Tech Network. In the 21st Century, access to the internet and devices to participate in the global public square has become a human right. The Covid-19 pandemic has again provided us an X-Ray vision of all the negative impacts on our fellow cit…
 
In this episode, our featured voice is Meghan Freebeck, the CEO and founder of Simply the Basics. Simply the Basics is focused on providing access to hygiene for our fellow community members who cannot provide this most basic need for themselves and their families. Simply the Basics has created a unique National Hygiene Bank Model as well as piloti…
 
“We give a platform to artists and writers who might not have one otherwise to be a voice to the public” In this podcast episode our featured voice is Alexandra Washkin, the Design & Communications Director of City Arts and Lectures. This fall, City Arts & Lectures launches its 40th season virtually from the Sydney Goldstein Theater. The Sydney Gol…
 
Making sure that not a single, older adult client, missed a meal, during the pandemic” In this episode our featured voice is Jim Oswald, the Director of Marketing and Communications for Meals on Wheels, San Francisco. Over their 50 years of operations in San Francisco Meals on Wheels is the only organization to provide homebound seniors two home-de…
 
Your questions are answered in the first half of the episode which lasts to the 17 minute mark. The rest of the episode is a conversation (and a lot of good questions!) with Alex Telander from the Ostium podcast. Enjoy this episode to get a deeper understanding of The Earth Collective world. Send new questions to 55-343-3044 Want to help the show g…
 
Joseph embraces his followers and makes great strides in the Ancestor Seed Project. A gift from a stranger and a visit from a friend threaten to turn his world upside down. Become one of Joseph's new recruits here as mentioned in the message at the end of the episode. Season 4's production has already began. Songs by: Nihilore Blear Moon Sergey Che…
 
Joseph comes face to face with a decision that will change his and possibly The Collective's future. Can he get control of the situation in time? Support the show on patreon here. Sound Effects provided by: Percy Duke C3 Sabertooth Qopsinonstudios Astounded Juandre Sound Chris.t Robinhood76 Ivolipa Kyles MaxDemianAGL BockelSound Dkiller2204 www.Fre…
 
In this episode we feature the voices of Lucie Faulknor Dawn Logsdon the CoFounders of Serendipity Films. I had the wonderfulI opportunity of working with Dawn and Lucie back in 2012 as an intern on their films Faubourg Treme: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans and Free For All. What immediately struck me in working with Lucie and Dawn is their …
 
In this episode we feature the voice of Laurie Thomas, the Executive Director of the Golden Gate Restaurant Association. The Golden Gate Restaurant Association has been around since 1936 and has supported the efforts of local small business owners to address such issues as collective labor agreements, racketeering and food rationing during World Wa…
 
In this episode we feature the voice of Meghan Freebeck, the Chief Executive Officer of Project Homeless Connect. Back in 2004 the City of San Francisco was struggling with both the growth of community members becoming homeless and how to provide the necessary wrap around services to help them off the streets. The City of San Francisco was implemen…
 
In this episode we feature the voices of Susan Harloe and JoAnne Winter Co-Artistic Directors along with Amy Prosser, the Youth Arts Program Coordinator of Word for Word Performing Arts Company. Over the past 25 plus years Word For Word has theatrically transcribed and performed over 70 stories by some of the world’s best writers. Word for Word bri…
 
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