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The Bay is a local news podcast about what’s really going on here. We’ll show you the messy and resilient culture of this place we call home, with help from Bay Area reporters, community leaders, and neighbors. New episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
 
New and recent interviews focused primarily on local Bay Area theatre venues, with playwrights, actors, directors and artistic directors, hosted by KPFA theatre critic Richard Wolinsky. Podcasts also feature theatre reviews by Richard Wolinsky along with interviews conducted by KPFA associate theatre critic C.S. Soong. Dates of theatre reviews can be found at http://bookwaves.homestead.com/Theatre_Reviews.html
 
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Christian Worship Center Bay Area

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Christian Worship Center Bay Area is located in the Silicon Valley in San Jose California. Each week you will hear a dynamic word from Pastor Dan Vera that will encourage, uplift and challenge you. Love God | Love People | Change The World
 
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South Bay Church

LA International Church of Christ

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This is the podcast of the South Bay Church, Los Angeles. We’re a vibrant, growing church community of families, single adults, and teens from all over the South Bay area --all ages, races, and backgrounds. We love to hear the Bible communicated in a way that is relevant, easy to understand, and applies to every-day life. This podcast features lessons and sermons from our Sunday worship services as well as other midweek meetings and special events.
 
Welcome! 💗 I'm Melanie - Tampa Bay area Real Estate Agent with Smith & Associates. Join me to learn about the ins and outs of real estate, home ownership, and living in the Tampa Bay area in sunny Florida. Looking to buy/sell a house? I specialize in the Westchase, South Tampa, and Downtown Tampa areas with over 11 years of experience. matkinson@smithandassociates.com
 
BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW Produced and hosted by Oakland native Florene Wiley, with news and reviews of music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area.
 
Connecting you with Bay Area CULTURE. I, Quis on the West Coast, will be sitting down with Artists and talking about their upbringing motivations and what’s up next for them. If you want to be on the show or just want to show some love contact me @quis_dub on Ig or Twitter @therealquisy2x. Thanks for listening ! Stay CONNECTED! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marquis-waters/support
 
How to Bay Area is the show that teaches you how to get stuff done in the San Francisco Bay Area. Become a master of Bay Area living by joining KCBS Radio as we explore questions like "How to make it in the local music scene," "How to catch Dungeness crab" and "How to help limit hunger."
 
Our desire is to see students become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. We accomplish this through Sunday morning LifeGroups and Wednesday evening worship. Since we believe parents are God’s chosen faith-trainers of their children, we work to equip parents to lead their children to live life in Christ. At Bay Area, you’ll find Jesus Christ is exalted, the Bible is taught, real relationships are built, and students are challenged to share the gospel in their circles of influence.
 
We are reggae rock band from the bay area. Before this band, we have been playing around the bay area in various local acts for the past five years. These are things we have encountered in dive bars, clubs, house parties, backyard parties, and various shows during our time as a band. We are dedicated to positivity, creativity, and understanding. Make sure to favorite us and let us know what questions you would like answered!
 
Sounds of Oakland Underground of the San Francisco Bay Area. We are talking some serious house music such as Garage, Deep house, Tech House and minimal techno. You will also find sprinkles of downtempo, funk and rare soul. Actually anything that sounds good can be found here. Believe that! Come on into the Suga Shack where beautiful music lives and thrives!
 
The North Bay Report is a daily in-depth look at an issue, event, person or activity in our region, prepared by KRCB News Director Bruce Robinson, a veteran journalist who has been covering Sonoma County since 1985. These reports provide another view of news and events in our area, a way to look beyond the headlines and hear directly from the people who are shaping the present and future of Sonoma County and northern California. Topics recently covered on The North Bay Report include the reg ...
 
Bay Area Ventures is a show about the San Francisco Bay Area way of doing business. It is a rebroadcast of my weekly show of the same name on SiriusXM's channel 111 Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School.Bay Area Ventures covers all aspects of what makes working and living in the Bay Area unique and special. From startups to Fortune 500 companies, from politics to public policy, from venture financing to mergers & acquisitions, and even to the lifestyles of those living and working in ...
 
Crosscurrents is KALW Public Radio's award-winning news magazine, broadcasting in the Bay Area Mondays through Thursdays on 91.7 FM. We make joyful, informative stories that engage people across the economic, social, and cultural divides in our community.
 
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San Francisco Chronicle pop culture critic Peter Hartlaub

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A San Francisco culture podcast featuring celebrity guests, non-celebrity guests, personalities from the San Francisco Chronicle and a celebration of Bay Area life. Hosted by culture critic Peter Hartlaub and columnist Heather Knight and recorded on the streets, hilltops, parks and landmarks of San Francisco. The pair's focus on the whimsy and wonder of San Francisco began in 2018 when they rode every bus, train, cable car and street car in the city in one day. They believe in highlighting t ...
 
Rightnowish digs into life in the Bay Area right now… ish. Journalist Pendarvis Harshaw takes us to galleries painted on the sides of liquor stores in West Oakland. We'll dance in warehouses in the Bayview, make smoothies with kids in South Berkeley, and listen to classical music in a 1984 Cutlass Supreme in Richmond. Every week, Pen talks to movers and shakers about how the Bay Area shapes what they create, and how they shape the place we call home.
 
Forum finds the most interesting stories about where we live, who we are, and charts where our region and world are headed. Hosts Mina Kim and Alexis Madrigal invite communities in the Bay Area and California to engage in meaningful conversation in a two-hour live show that informs and challenges listeners with big ideas and different viewpoints.
 
Emcee/Producer/Writer Mani Draper teamed up with his cousin and Writer - LG to create the Meet The Brave Podcast. The show captures the guys in an open space to work through thought, unfiltered dialogue, comedic banter, debate while offering their takes on current events....ultimately arriving at and exploring concepts ownership all the way around. This is the Meet The Brave Podcast.
 
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On a Mission

Molleen Dupree-Dominguez

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This is a space where I get real and go deep with my guests. They are all folks who are living out their callings, paying close attention to their lives, and each doing so with special flair. I’m your host Molleen Dupree-Dominguez. I’m a minister, teacher, writer, and general people-enthusiast, and I can’t wait to share some of these thought-provoking people with you- folks who are ready to get real and go deep.
 
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Scott Siegfried & Jared Videtich

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Scott Siegfried and Jared Videtich come to you Bay Area born and bred. They are former college baseball teammates who have been friends for over 20 years. They share a passion for sports and sarcasm and thought they should record an hour of both!
 
Bryan Bauer your Host , Eric Wright 4 x Super Bowl Champion and Deena Howard bring you great podcast every Tuesday night at 7pm PT. We have the past and present players and the top Journalists in the Bay Area . You get stories and what the 49ers are doing . We have 49ers Alumni , People that Work with 49ers and give it a listen and you will be a fan of NiNERS Radio ! We are also on ITUNES, Spotify, Google Podcast
 
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Eating For Free

Joan Summers and Matthew Lawson

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Hosted by Bay Area transplants Joan Summers (@joaniesucks) and Matthew Lawson (@_matthewlawson), Eating For Free is a weekly podcast that discusses emerging social movements and the celebrity figures around them. Each week we investigate the use of social justice in and around the pop culture sphere, whether it's strategic branding of “feminist” messages to sell merchandise or pandering to gay audiences for likes and comments, Eating For Free aims to ask our stars, have you really earned you ...
 
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Jane Handcock has written for some of the top names in music, and now it's her turn to step into the limelight. She's an R&B vocalist from Richmond, who has penned songs for the likes of Kelly Rowland, Rick Ross, Teddy Riley and Tyrese. As of late she's worked with the Grand Nationxl collective, dropping multiple songs on their group productions as…
 
Check, Please! You Gotta Try This!, season 1, episode 7, airs Thursday, October 21, at 7:30 pm, on KQED 9. See other television airtimes, and never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. What’s better than bacon? Novato’s Bacon sizzles with breakfast delights, like the Pacifica Pan-Fried Frittata with smoked salmon, capers, sour cream…
 
Marin County officials are considering desalination plants to help weather a drought that is expected to deplete water resources as early as next summer. Newark has desalinated brackish water from the groundwater basin beneath Alameda Creek since 2003. And Antioch is launching its own desalination project. But critics say the environmental and econ…
 
We’re getting an unusual amount of rain this week, with the potential for strong storms during the weekend. And after a summer of drought and wildfires, the rain’s just got us feeling some type of way. So this all begs the question: Could this rain actually put a dent in this year’s fire season or our drought? Guest: Dan Brekke, KQED editor and rep…
 
An Oakland race healer is getting folks to have some tough intra-racial conversations. We, listen to some of the voices working to connect Black communities. Then, we hear why a Zambian author turned down a prestigious award. And, an artist creates a 12-foot statue to honor a Native American political prisoner.…
 
Earlier this month, Governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation that makes California the first state in the nation to require health care facilities to offer screening for hepatitis B and C, which if left untreated can lead to fatal liver disease and cancer. Almost 90% of people with chronic hepatitis B in California are members of the Asian American…
 
Last month, Marie Wilcox of Woodlake, Calif., the last known fluent speaker of the indigenous language, Wukchumni, passed away. Before she died, she dedicated herself to preserving the language by putting together a Wukchumni dictionary and recording herself speaking. Similar efforts are underway across California, a state where some 100 indigenous…
 
It was a hot October weekend. Typical Bay Area fall weather, and the end of fire season. A small fire that had broken out in the hills above the Caldecott Tunnel looked nearly extinguished. But then the wind kicked up, and suddenly what had been a campfire-size blaze, became an inferno. That firestorm would go on to kill 25 people and destroy 3,400…
 
On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we go over how Contra Costa Health Services have received 94 complaints which resulted in Lumpy's Diner in Antioch being fined while MJ's Cafe in Brentwood getting a warning and more as news media only seem to focus on In-n-Out Burger. Oakland set for second phase of guaranteed income pilot, LA bans homele…
 
Links: “Kim was like, ‘I really want to do this reality show. We’re supposed to do it with Ryan Seacrest. I just think my family’s interesting,'” he recalled. “I gave her the best advice I could but I still remember the conversation like yesterday: ‘I think my family is interesting and it could be something.’ Well, you were absolutely right!” [Us W…
 
It’s been 30 years since the Oakland Firestorm, and we hear from those who lived through it and remember its lessons. We look at the aftermath of one of the most deadly urban wildfires in the United States, and what that means for us today. And, a Berkeley author reads from her new book.
 
California’s historic Reparations Task Force heard testimony last week on anti-Black racism in housing, education, banking and the environment as part of a series of meetings considering the impact of slavery in the state. Vice chair of the task force, Dr. Amos Brown, emphasized the importance of the hearings, declaring: “We need to make sure that …
 
Puffy jackets, colorful patterns and statement accessories aren’t just trendy wardrobe staples among young people. Senior citizens are showing off what enjoying old age can look like through their unique styles. Photography projects such as Advanced Style and Chinatown Pretty capture the joy, wisdom and stories of neighborhood elders who boldly exp…
 
When labor economist David Card began studying the minimum wage in the 1990’s, conventional wisdom, and economic theory, held that an increase in the minimum wage would lead to job loss. But in a move that revolutionized the way economics could be done, Card and his colleague, Alan Krueger, compared the real world data from a state that raised the …
 
Thirty years ago, a small, mostly-extinguished grassfire was stoked by a hot, dry wind that ignited a firestorm in the Oakland and Berkeley hills killing 25 people and destroying more than 3,400 homes. As the Bay Area remembers the Tunnel Fire, we talk to Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf about the lessons the city and firefighters learned from the traged…
 
On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we talk how Contra Costa County continues to bail out tenants who failed to apply for federal relief. Sports betting could becoming to California—but that money would then be allocated to fund homeless services while schools face shortfall. This is such an ass backwards state. Los Gatos protest and elected…
 
On Oct. 19, 1991, a fire started to burn and spread in the Oakland Hills. By the time it was done, an estimated 25 people were killed and thousands of homes were destroyed. 30 years later, a warmer climate and drier conditions mean that another wildfire could break out in or near the city of Oakland. So, are we more prepared this time? Guest: Brian…
 
Donald Trump on Monday sued the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 Capitol insurrection to prevent it from accessing a broad swath of records from his administration. The filing came just before the Committee convenes on Tuesday to pursue criminal contempt charges against Trump ally Steve Bannon for his refusal to cooperate with inv…
 
In his new book, "The Loneliest Americans," Jay Caspian Kang sets out to challenge the assumed solidarity of Asian Americans of different classes and waves of immigration. What unites all the peoples from all the different places in the globe’s largest continent? Maybe not enough to create a cohesive political unit, Kang argues. We’ll talk with Kan…
 
On this 200th episode of WTF California podcast, Kenny makes fun of Mike’s hair, school walkout poorly attended. We discuss Antioch redistricting and possible gerrymandering could occur after suspicious Monica Wilson. Oakland now at 111 homicides, Sacramento sees crime increase. Program to launch to help black homeowners build in-law units. We high…
 
It’s Monday night which means tomorrow is Tuesday and also another episode of Midnight In The Bay is out! Your host and second favorite dad is back full of jokes, sarcasm and stories! You can catch Alex live this week @ 10/20 Retro Junkie, Walnut Creek, Ca 730pm and at 10/21 Laughs Unlimited, Sacramento, Ca 8pm Follow Alex on Twitter @AlexWoodyCome…
 
Shelter-in-place orders gave some unhoused Oakland residents time to stabilize their lives, but for others, it became stagnant. Today, we hear what happens when a transitional solution overstays its welcome. Then, a San Francisco author reads from her collection of short stories.
 
Colin Powell, 84, died on Monday due to complications from COVID-19. Powell was one of the largest figures in American public, political and military life of the past four decades. As a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, secretary of state and national security adviser he helped craft modern U.S. foreign policy, including his controversi…
 
"Please... be quiet!" That's the desperate plea that becomes a constant refrain for 13-year-old Benny Oh, the protagonist of Ruth Ozeki's new novel, "The Book of Form and Emptiness." After his beloved father dies, Benny starts literally to hear "things" - from the old lettuce that sighs from the refrigerator to the stapler that yaks away unbidden. …
 
As fire survivors await compensation from PG&E for wildfires sparked by their equipment, hedge funds grossed at least $2 billion by getting rid of PG&E stock bought under the bankruptcy deal last year. That’s according to a new KQED/California Newsroom analysis. The hedge fund stock dump lowered PG&E's share price, and that’s affecting fire survivo…
 
The future of high-speed rail in California remains in jeopardy as funds dry up. Now, the Los Angeles Times reports that the High-Speed Rail Authority will have to approve at least another billion dollars in cost overruns to pay its contractors. Also in question: Will it even be high speed? We get the latest on the state’s expensive, delayed, and m…
 
On this episode of the WTF California Podcast, we discuss heckling and how its underrated. Last Friday, the folks at Antioch High School pulled off a great heckle at school board president Ellie Householder. We discus items in Brentwood, Bay Point and Contra Costa County over the weekend. We get into the planned statewide walkout protesting vaccine…
 
On this weeks episode of MTB - The gang is remote but somehow more aligned than ever. This weeks episode is a stream consciousness edition like never before. Join Britt and LG as they maneuver through thoughts, emotions and encounters in monologue format. Do men value being a partner the same as having a partner? Is empathy created equal? Who's rac…
 
Nearly a decade ago, Vallejo launched an experiment: what if citizens played a more active role in deciding how to spend public money? It's a process called 'participatory budgeting', and Vallejo is the first city in the nation to try this citywide. Now, more local governments in California are considering this approach, too. Today, we're sharing a…
 
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