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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.
 
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.
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Above the Fog is a podcast about celebrating our shared humanity. Grace Cathedral - an Episcopal church and a place of spiritual practice, social justice and the arts - brings you people creating inclusive communities, manifesting resilience and building bridges. Hosted by award-winning audio journalist and San Francisco native Jen Chien, with new episodes every Sunday and Thursday through election day. Could you use a healing salve for your head and your heart in this moment? We've got you.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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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We start with the honeymoon, time away from The City. Jeff and Erin spent two weeks in northern New Mexico, bouncing around between Taos, Santa Fe, and the small town of Dixon (about halfway between Taos and Santa Fe), where old friends of Jeff have some land with a house, a casita, a tiny house, a large garden, and some chickens. Then we back up t…
 
Thea Riofrancos (@triofrancos) is an Associate Professor of Political Science whose research focuses on resource extraction, renewable energy, climate change, green technology, social movements, and the left in Latin America. Jackie and Thea talk lithium wars, extraction, green capitalism and imperialism, and how the transition to a renewable econo…
 
In this podcast, Shizue picks up where she left off in Part 1. Her paternal grandmother, Shige, had just located her husband in Stockton. Shizue goes into more depth about her grandmother's life. Her dad, Barry, grew up in Stockton and went to UC Berkeley. He was set to graduate in June 1942. But then Pearl Harbor was bombed in December 1941. The o…
 
Educator Kelly Gregor Hartlaub had been a librarian for some time until the pandemic hit, and she was suddenly called to become a teacher on Zoom for distance learning. Her first task as a Zoom teacher? Sex education. And that wasn't even the hardest part. Kelly shares the challenges of teaching on Zoom, how she and fellow teachers kept going, and …
 
This podcast is almost totally about Shizue Seigel's ancestors. In the episode, the poet and author digs deep into her family's history, which goes back to Japan just two generations ago. Sakuichi Tsutsumi and Umematsu Yokote Tsutsumi were from Kyushu, a large island in the south of Japan. Irene Yoshiko Tsutsumi Saiki, Shizue's mom, was born in Haw…
 
Interventional Radiologist Bobby Chiong's patient codes on the table during a procedure, prompting a frantic but successful resuscitation. Afterward, Dr. Chiong reflects on the high-stakes nature of his job and the intimidating responsibility of being entrusted with patients' care. The Nocturnists are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education…
 
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: Owen talks about creativity and the importance of collaboration He dives into his experience as a psychiatrist and how psychiatry with his patients work He speaks to the lack of work life balance, especially for those working in the mental health field Jonathan and Owen get into how our outdated healthcare sys…
 
In this episode, Andrew picks up where he left off in Part 1. He starts with the different bands and music projects he took part in during high school. He got a guitar and started writing solo songs when he was 16. Andrew shares the story of how he got his stage name. (Surprise! Andrew St. James isn't his real name.) It involves being totally smitt…
 
Andrew St. James's birth mom was a tour caterer for the Rolling Stones. In this episode, the musician traces his lineage back to his being adopted by a young San Francisco couple. Carol moved to San Francisco in 1971. She worked at the Gap and what used to be Live 105 and KMEL. Nathan was born in Brooklyn to Holocaust survivor parents. After his Ne…
 
An improv workshop transforms the way psychiatrist David Elkin approaches a patient on the psych consult service, and catalyzes a philosophical shift in his approach to patient care. The Nocturnists are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE CME credits for healthcare professionals. Visit ce.vcuhealth.org/nocturnists to claim…
 
Two friends walk into a bar...there's a giant disco ball spinning in the distance, made by the artist who created the studio 54 disco ball. One friends puts a drink in the other's hand. They sniff it, it's kind of mousy. They notice the glass--it's a mouse's face. They float to the dance floor, and can't help doing a little dance. "What's in this w…
 
Alzheimer's disease used to be a rare diagnosis. But today, more than 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's and this number is projected to triple to 14 million over the next forty years. In this episode, Emily discusses the mounting practical, moral, and ethical quandaries of caring for patients with Alzheimer’s and other dementia-caus…
 
The emergency room is a place of intensity—a place of noise and colors and human drama. This is the setting of Dr. Michele Harper's memoir, The Beauty in Breaking, which explores how the healing journeys of her patients intersect with her own. Emily and Dr. Harper discuss the back stories that become salient in caring for patients who may be suffer…
 
Without government support for dance companies in the United States, most organizations are forced to rely on grants to cover expenses. Listen in for a conversation about finding grants, applying for them, and what you get if you are one of the lucky ones to be selected to receive funding. http://www.patreon.com/movementhq Pas de Chát's host Barry …
 
Do no harm. Thou shalt not kill. Life is sacred and should be protected at all costs, right? But when is life no longer worth living? Who decides? And what do we do about it? In this episode, Emily discusses the murky ethical dilemmas of medical aid in dying with award-winning journalist Katie Engelhart, the author of The Inevitable: Dispatches On …
 
In the last few years, the medical profession has been grappling with the problem of gender bias in medicine, with how the symptoms of women are seen as atypical, or worse, are minimized, dismissed or ignored. But where did this problem come from? How far have we come and where should we go from here? In this episode, Emily discusses these question…
 
We're bringing you a blast from the recent past from the stage of Muni Diaries Live in 2019. Storyteller Chris Arvin is a product designer who is passionate about cities and public transit. You might know Chris from the the adorable pins, stickers, Clipper card covers that they’ve designed at their store called Transit.supply. But what you might no…
 
In this podcast, Yeva picks up where she left off in Part 1. She backs up from her time in Brazil to tell us about peace camps she went to as a kid, and how that took her to places like Tanzania. As the kids who went the camps got older, they started having reunions they dubbed "seminar camps." As a teen, Yeva went to one such reunion the French Al…
 
Yeva Johnson was born in Detroit by necessity. In this podcast, we welcome Yeva back to the show. We first met her back in 2018 at Working With Death, the show we did that year with Reimagine End of Life. Her family moved from Michigan to Washington, DC, when Yeva was young. She often joined her siblings and parents at various marches in the capita…
 
Was it just me or was this Labor Day extra necessary for our sanity? Did you know that less work actually is good for the climate? Host Jackie Fielder talks with economist Mark Paul (@MarkVinPaul) about the four day work week, social housing, and other features of a Green New Deal. #ReclaimingOurTime Follow Marks work at markpaulecon.com and read T…
 
In this episode, Bishop Megan talks about their trans identity. Through popular culture and with age, they knew they were queer around the time they went to college. Eventually, as the world and language evolved, "trans" became what they identify with. ​One of their children is also trans, and Bishop Megan shares their perspective of what it's like…
 
The Rev. Dr. Bishop Megan Rohrer's ancestors must've liked the cold. In this podcast, Bishop Megan traces their South Dakota family lineage back to Switzerland, Germany, and Norway. In the new country, they lived in barns and farmed the land. Their great-grandmother carried a bucket of lard with a piece of bread in it when she went to school. Event…
 
Is there a difference between a dance educator and a dance teacher? Listen in for a detailed discussion on why dance educators make deeper impacts upon their students. 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 ca…
 
How does power get to our homes here in San Francisco? What would it take--how much money--to take over PG&E? Why might a public takeover of PG&E by the city of San Francisco actually spell inequity and not necessarily help us meet our climate goals? What are the successful examples of public take overs (municipalization) and what have been the ben…
 
Support this show by becoming a patron Shaina Nanavati is a research organizer for Reclaim Our Power, the Utility Justice campaign that is mobilizing to demand a transformation of our energy system in California, taking on Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Host Jackie Fielder asks how PG&E caused t…
 
With years of experience in the dance world both onstage and off, Barry offers tips and insights to dancers and organizations of all kinds. Listen in to learn more! 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 caree…
 
In this podcast, Mike picks up where he left off in Part 1. He tells us about a comedy class he took at SF State that had a pretty profound effect on him. From there, the conversation turns to how Mike discovered that he's funny. He shares the story of a secret show he put on for fellow college students that you just have to hear. Around this time,…
 
Has fire always been this prevalent in California? What policies are we missing to re-orient our relationship to fire? What do the media and Gov. Newsom miss when talking about the fires? Listen to Jesse Miller, Stanford University lecturer untangle the nuances of fire ecology and history of California. Read Jesse's research at jesseedmiller.com/ I…
 
Mike Evans, Jr., is a funny guy. In this podcast, the young comedian traces his family history back to his parents, who were both born in San Francisco and met here. They raised Mike and his two older sisters in Diamond Heights as long as they could before moving to Vallejo for more space. But the family still commuted back to work in The City and …
 
In this episode, Midgett picks up where she left off in Part 1. She had just escaped an abusive relationship out east and decided to make her way to San Francisco. One of her brothers was in the Navy and already in the Bay Area. Another had just moved out here, and so Midgett had people already in place. Her mom had left an apartment on Jones Stree…
 
Hi Everyone, Please welcome Sachiko on Episode #132 on the Sound and Machine podcast. She is a fantastic DJ, and resident of the "Zero Fucks" crew in the San Francisco. I really enjoyed her style when we finally met during a gig so I asked her to put an exclusive mix together for us. One can also listen to this podcast on iTunes, iHeartRadio, MixCl…
 
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