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We are The Nocturnists, a San Francisco-based independent medical storytelling community. Since 2016, we’ve produced over a dozen live storytelling shows in the Bay Area and New York City, three seasons of our podcast, and two special audio diary series: "Stories from a Pandemic" and "Black Voices in Healthcare." Welcome to our community.
 
The Muni Diaries podcast is where you'll hear true stories that happened on public transportation in San Francisco and the Bay Area, presented by the editors of MuniDiaries.com. Since our launch in 2008, we've gathered stories from more than 4,000 transit riders. To submit your own story, or read more bus tales, visit MuniDiaries.com.
 
ALL GROWN UP: A tale of retail, relocation, revenge, re-invention, reckless behavior, really good clothes, indiscretion, infidelity, domestic violence, and one kidnapping. This is a memoir, told in a series of podcasts, by Kenneth D. King, podcasting from his studio near union Square in New York City. It's the story of a small-town boy who dreams of being a “grown-up”, and his journey to get there. Each week, you'll hear another installment of his story. All Grown Up Now is the story of a li ...
 
Welcome to Sound and Machine, an initiative to broaden listeners musical horizons, and to nurture and promote underground music genres such as techno, tech house, minimal, chill tech, etc. Your podcast host is Zita Molnar, from Zettabyte [Records] based in San Francisco. To learn more about "Sound and Machine" visit: http://www.facebook.com/SoundandMachine
 
Storied: San Francisco is an ongoing documentary about people and life in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Featuring audio and photography of some of the folks who make the city so special, the podcast delves into San Francisco’s history, what’s going on here now, and guesses as to where we’re headed. We invite you to get to know your neighbors, and, with us, try to put into words what makes this place unique.
 
Struggling Academics is a bi-monthly educational podcast for everyone interested in ideas, intellectual life and academic pursuits. At Struggling Academics, we deliberately venture into areas to which none of the hosts necessarily claim expertise. In each episode Dr. Andrasi (linguist), Dr. Clinnick (archaeologist), Dr. Pedersen (philosopher) & Dr. Vladescu (anthropologist/philologist) will discuss a particular topic with an uplifting and positive twist ranging from singular human experience ...
 
Gear up for San Francisco’s most anticipated fetish tea dance - PLAY T-Dance - the official Up Your Alley closing party on July 26th, immediately following the street fair. This year’s party will be a sin-a-matic burlesque extravaganza featuring music by resident DJ Russ Rich, visuals by 3, and lighting and lasers by RAGErLAZER. Come flirt, frolic, and dance with us under the disco ball! A portion of tickets sales benefits Folsom Street Events beneficiaries. Learn more at playtdance.com. Buy ...
 
TeaKoolAid means when you go and start spilling tea on anything people always drink the koolaid and join in the antics. The podcast TeaKoolAid based out of Sacramento California,got its name when the hosts... Single Comedian Anthony Oliver Varner and Strong Independent wife and mother of 4, amazing, yasss Queen, Chanel B decided to take their TeaKoolAid on the road and visit some of most elegant restaurants and places with not so elegant conversations. Topics like "Tranny is a hard word not ...
 
The Passport Podcast explores the world through the travel adventures of our guests and host. We take a global and holistic approach to discovering our world and each episode ventures far and wide in search of inspirational, educational, entertaining, informative and quirky travel tales.
 
This Tenderloin, San Francisco podcast hosted by cult awarded artist Dee Lefrak of Dee Dee TV fame demystifies a dystopian city and quenches your thirst about everything San Francisco from the tent junkie apocalypse to the weather, the state of downtown San Francisco and more. From the cheap to the spendy. From billionaires to bums to naked guys at street fairs!
 
Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in a dance studio at one of the most prestigious ballet companies in the world? Or wondered what was going through Giselle's mind as she lifted her leg to her ear? There is a lot more to the politics of dance than lithe women wearing pointe shoes being hoisted into the air by men in tights. Listen in for a weekly conversation on all aspects of the professional dance world as Barry Kerollis, freelance choreographer and popular blogger, candidly sha ...
 
Live music podcast, East Bay Shortwave. East Bay Shortwave is a community-minded show that focuses on recording high-quality, live performances of San Francisco Bay Area’s musicians to listeners anywhere. Our recording studio in Oakland features an ever-growing collection of professional audio equipment, so that our listeners can enjoy awesome live music in podcast form. Each episode includes a handful of song performances and a brief interview with the musicians.
 
A series of podcasts about Mexikans living in Germany, describing their every day life in various cities. - Podcastreihe mit Beitraegen von MexikanerInnen, die in Deutschland leben. Sie berichten ber die positiven Seiten ihres Alltags. Produced by the | Produziert vom Goethe-Institut San Francisco fuer das Goethe-Institut USA, www.goethe.de/sanfrancisco, www.goethe.de/usa, Contact | Kontakt: Anne Weber, langdir@sanfrancisco.goethe.org
 
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In this podcast, Tara picks up where she left off in Part 1, talking about how to be in the world. The thoughts are related to her time in La Cañada, California, where she finished high school and took some college courses before deciding to move back to her hometown—San Francisco. From there, Tara discusses sentimentality and having more diverse p…
 
Tara DeMoulin grew up collecting eucalyptus buttons in the Panhandle with her mom. In this podcast, the singer/songwriter, activist, and filmmaker shares the story of her life. It starts in San Francisco in the late-1980s, travels east to Maine and New York City (where she discovered and became obsessed with Broadway), starts to circle back west wi…
 
After 15 months of COVID-related restrictions, San Francisco is opening up this week. There's no time like the present to look at what our history can teach us about pivotal moments like this. On the podcast today, we chat with Chris Carlsson, the director of Shaping San Francisco and the co-director of FoundSF.org, a rich online archive of San Fra…
 
Struggling Asian restaurant micro hood negatively impacted by unnecessary crimilazed homeless policies using it as a containment area. Here’s the contact info for: COALITION ON HOMELESSNESS280 TURK ST.SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102T: (415) 346-3740 — ask them why do they think it’s OK to use Willow Alley in a Asian restaurant district as a holding cell fo…
 
In this podcast, Jaime picks up where he left off in Part 1, describing his evolution as an artist. Like a lot of kids his age, Saturday morning cartoons were a big influence. Comics in the newspaper also played their part. We shift back to his return to SF after high school. He worked as a screen-printer at The Color Machine and Winterland. The mu…
 
Jaime Crespo's first drawings were made on the blank pages in a Bible. In this podcast, the cartoonist traces his lineage back to his mom, who was born in Northern Mexico and is Yaqui/Yoeme. She came to LA with her brother in the early 20th century. When their mom got deported back to Mexico, she moved up to run a cafe in Sacrament, where she ended…
 
The Nocturnists is back with the second installment of “Stories from a Pandemic”. How have healthcare workers been holding up over the past year? In this episode we hear stories from healthcare workers around the country about what it’s been like after the dust has settled. Visit our website for episode show notes here.…
 
In this episode, H.P. picks up where he left off in Part 1. He had moved with his mom to Daly City and starts off telling a story about the Colma Target. It involves a kid he met while hanging out at Radio Shack and Walden Soft at Serramonte Mall across the freeway. From there, we go on to talk about H.P.'s first feature-length movie, Colma: The Mu…
 
So, we're doing something a little different here. Way, way back in Season 1, on Episode 14 (Part 1 / Part 2), we had friend of the show H.P. Mendoza on. Back then, we were all about stories, not necessarily people's stories, like we are today. And so, we asked H.P. to come back on and share his personal history with you. He starts off with his bir…
 
In this podcast, Wanika picks up where she left off in Part 1. After high school, her band Mystic Youth became more of a full-time gig, writing music, playing shows, recording. She shares the mischievous story of how she got started playing bass. Self-taught at first, she eventually took lessons, and that made her think that music school at City Co…
 
Wanika King-Stephens' life is full of music and church. In this episode, Wanika traces her life back to her parents' move to San Francisco from Los Angeles in the 1960s with their four-month-old daughter. Her dad's dad was an evangelist in the Pentecostal Church. It was a strict upbringing where, if her father as a young man wanted to listen to so-…
 
Listen in for a conversation discussing why host Barry Kerollis feels so passionate about candidly sharing his experiences, both good and bad, in the dance world. http://www.patreon.com/movementhq Pas de Chát's host Barry Kerollis is an award-winning choreographer, instructor, and dancer with over 13 years experience in the dance world. His career …
 
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