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The world as we know is full of disinformation, scared tactics and manipulation coming from the left and right. How then do we trust what is being displayed from the media? Patriot at heart, Chris Tubbs is helping bring truth grounded from an American-founding father, Christ-centered, no BS point of view. What you get from here, you won't find in many places. This is where truth matters. Subscribe NOW to get the latest.
 
Work in Progress with Sophia Bush features frank, funny, personal, professional, and sometimes even political conversations with people who inspire Sophia about how they’ve gotten to where they are, and where they think they’re still going. These discussions stem from her "aha" moment of realizing you are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress, simultaneously.
 
Journalist Kate Sullivan transports you to restaurants around the country to hear the diverse stories of entrepreneurs, creatives, innovators and change-agents at their favorite restaurant. The show is a celebration of people who have taken an idea from ”inspiration to execution” through their own imagination and hard work and are now using their success to help others and ultimately change the world. It’s also a celebration of food and the place it holds in our life stories. Despite differe ...
 
Long-running film podcast featuring incisive career-spanning series' on select cinema icons. What does it take to be a man? We have no clue. One of our hosts is young enough he can still figure it out so we are watching all of Michael Mann's directorial efforts in our S5 to assist. Jack, Ken and Thomas will figure out what it means to be a man. They are probably going to fail, honestly. But it's not the failure, it's the journey to that failure that matters.
 
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San Francisco Chronicle senior political writer Joe Garofoli

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Joe Garofoli talks current events, upcoming elections and, occasionally, sports rivalries with guests from the local, state and national political arenas. Joe is the San Francisco Chronicle’s senior political writer, covering national and state politics. He has worked at the Chronicle since 2000 and in Bay Area journalism since 1992, when he left the Milwaukee Journal. He has previously written about the intersection of tech and politics and about the politics of the cannabis industry.
 
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Mayor Michael Derrick Tubbs is a community leader, an educator, an author, and the former Mayor of Stockton, CA. Michael joins Sophia on the podcast today to talk about growing up in Stockton, what it was like attending Stanford university and then going on to become the youngest mayor of a U.S. City, his new memoir The Deeper the Roots, and so muc…
 
"I think that housing is just fundamental and it's, unfortunately, not really a right, right now in our country" - Dan Sawislak Since 1970 California has not been building enough housing especially affordable housing. The latest estimate of California's housing shortages ranges from 3 to 4 million housing units. This decades-long lack of housing im…
 
Katie Wech is a TV and film writer for shows such as Rizzoli & Isles, Jane the Virgin, and most recently she’s the creator of Good Sam. Joining her is Jennie Snyder Urman, a writer herself, although more often credited as a producer for shows like Gilmore Girls, Charmed, Jane the Virgin, and now she’s the executive producer of Good Sam. Katie and J…
 
DeRay, Kaya and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week— including a documentary honoring Black women's World War II contributions, racial disparity in access to COVID treatment, and women more likely to die after operation by male surgeons. DeRay interviews Samantha Tweedy about her life experience and current work as president of the Blac…
 
NEON & SHADOWS We have reached the endpoint in Season Five! We have watched every Michael Mann project he directed. We even watched his episodes of Police Woman and Crime Story so you know we went further than those *other podcasts*, who just covered the stuff they found on one random list on Letterboxed. Amateurs! We end with LA TAKEDOWN (1989), t…
 
The last five years highlighted the racism, xenophobia, and islamophobia which exists in American society—but it didn’t start then. In his new book Go Back to Where You Came From And Other Helpful Recommendations on How to Become American, my guest Wajahat Ali takes a clear-eyed and very funny look at this dark part of our American identity. "Wajah…
 
Ezra Klein is a columnist for The New York Times, the host of The Ezra Klein Show, and the author of Why We’re Polarized. He joins us this week to unpack the debate around school closures in the wake of Omicron (6:00), President Biden’s push to pass voting rights legislation (11:30), the GOP’s “precinct strategy” to win local elections (16:24), and…
 
Hosts: Demetria Wack, Ellinor Arzbaecher and Michael Wiafe. Guests: Raymart Catacutan Production and Marketing: Jarrett Ramones, Tim Haydock, Ellinor Arzbaecher, and Kody Stoebig. We are so excited to introduce our newest co-host and co-editor Fresno State Student Raymart Catacutan! Parks4all Audio provided by The Know Youth Media. The full #Parks4…
 
In this special part 2 episode with Skye P. Marshall, Skye joins Sophia to talk about getting the role of Dr. Lex Trulie on their CBS show Good Sam, what their experience has been like on set together, and so much more! Executive Producers: Sophia Bush & Rabbit Grin Productions Associate Producers: Samantha Skelton & Mica Sangiacomo Editor: Josh Wi…
 
DeRay, Myles, and Kaya cover the underreported news of the week— including a new Black tech hub, forged DNA evidence, and a reverse migration to the South. DeRay interviews Jonathan Katz on his new book Gangsters of Capitalism: Smedley Butler, the Marines, and Breaking of America's Empire. News: Myles https://www.businessinsider.com/blacktag-founde…
 
If the Democrats want to increase their razor-thin majority in the Senate, allowing them the possibility of changing senate rules and passing voting rights legislation and other critical goals of the Biden Administration, the State of North Carolina is an essential pickup. Incumbent Republican Richard Burr is retiring, and the state has been trendi…
 
Have you ever met someone and thought to yourself, "Wow! I want to hang out with this person more! They're so inspiring!"? That's what you will say about Daija after listening to this episode. Daija Hinojosa is running for Collier County Commissioner in Florida after seeing corruption the last two years. Daija understands that the government is emp…
 
We’re back! This week we sit with musician Alana Haim, star of the film from director Paul Thomas Anderson, Licorice Pizza. Making her acting debut, Alana shares the serendipitous backstory that led to the project (6:00), the “7th grade forever theory” that helped her get inside the character of Alana Kane (13:17), a high school house party where s…
 
Skye P. Marshall is a veteran of the United States Air Force and a seasoned actor most recently seen on Sophia’s new show, Good Sam. Skye joins Sophia on part 1 of today’s episode to talk about growing up in Chicago, what led her to the Air Force, and what ultimately pulled her to pursue acting. Be sure to check back next week for part 2! Executive…
 
DeRay, Myles, Kaya, and De’Ara cover the underreported news of the week— including Black climbers on Mount Everest, false positive drug tests in state prisons, and the life and death of Black political icons Sidney Poiter and Lani Guinier. DeRay interviews activist Samira Sangare about her work and advocacy with Saratoga Black Lives Matter in New Y…
 
BROTHER, YOU ARE GOING DOWN The one where they talk about Heat. HEAT (1995) is about two middle-aged men looking for something to give their lives meaning. They have their conflicts, of course, buts pend one special night in a diner. You want to see them as partners having adventures after the movie ends. Maybe solving crimes on the open road in an…
 
The past several years shocked both our national and global economies. As the government undertakes massive spending programs to counteract the damage, the national debt, the deficit, and inflation have become issues of national debate. We’ve invited Stephanie Kelton, author of The Deficit Myth: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's …
 
This week one year ago, a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol seeking to overturn the 2020 presidential election. For some perspective on the other side of this moment, we return to our episode with activist and educator Brittany Packnett Cunningham. We unpack the aftermath of the riots (6:46) before discussing her entry point into activism…
 
Myles, De'Ara, Kaya, and DeRay welcome the new year and cover the underreported news of the week— including DC police failed attempts to reprimand officers, Black artists revolutionize medical illustrations, Proud Boys regroup to local municipalities, and the life & death of bell hooks. DeRay interviews philosopher & longtime friend Myisha Cherry o…
 
The United States is entering its third COVID winter, with no end to the pandemic in sight. There is a loud minority of vaccine-averse Americans, and a dangerous number of anti-science politicians cynically manipulating that for power. At the same time, the mental health of Americans is entering its own crisis from the stresses of pandemic life. Ou…
 
As we begin the new year, we turn to writer George Saunders. He first joined us upon the release of his latest book, A Swim in a Pond in the Rain. He’s recently launched a new newsletter called "Story Club", available on Substack. This week we’re revisiting our talk with Saunders, discussing the power of Chekhov and Tobias Wolff (8:52), regarding l…
 
All of our guests this year prompted conversations that had a huge impact on the way we understand and think about the world. On this special extra episode of Work in Progress, Sophia does a recap of some of the moments that’ll really stick with her as we transition from the end of one year to the beginning of the next. Plus, a look ahead at what's…
 
This year started in an attempted coup and an attack on our capitol. It’s ending with criminal indictments for some of those who took part in the planning and execution of that attack—but so much more happened this year. We’ve now lost more than 800,000 to COVID, but the arrival of safe and effective vaccines offers hope. A new president and new go…
 
Although she’s known for being the most famous expert on chimpanzees, Jane Goodall is so much more than a primatologist. She’s also an author, podcast host, and a powerhouse in climate change activism and conservation. Jane joins Sophia on the podcast today to talk about how to focus your skills to see where you can help the most in the world, how …
 
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