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Why is it so expensive to live in California? And what can the state do about it? Every other week, Los Angeles Times housing reporter Liam Dillon and CalMatters housing reporter Manuela Tobias chat about the latest developments in California housing policy and interview key newsmakers and other reporters. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and anywhere else you get your pods. Gimme Shelter is supported by The James Irvine Foundation, committed to a California where al ...
 
Shelter Success Simplified is a podcast designed to help you run your animal welfare organization better. We interview experts in a concise format to give you the tools to save more animals while simplifying your work and setting up your organization for success in the long run. It’s short enough to listen while driving to work or when on a break.
 
The Shelter is a podcast based out of a local homeless shelter. We interview the homeless and drug addicts that come through the shelter. We hear how their lives transformed from their lowest points of life to a life fully transformed. These are unlike stories you have ever heard.
 
Project Pawsitive is a docu-soap that chronicles the rewarding, yet demanding, journey of four friends from New Hampshire as they construct awesome renovations for the most overwhelmed and under-equipped rescues around. With the help of community volunteers,cages transform into lush suites fit for a king, concrete floors become radiant-heated lounge areas, sparse outdoor play areas are reborn as green oasis’, and barks are calmed by Mozart piped through installed music systems. From dogs and ...
 
"Awakening" boldly investigates the steps that heroic people everywhere are taking to meet the effects of the current economic and social crisis in daily life. These dynamic role models are feeding the homeless; retrieving parents from nursing homes; growing their own food; creating community; radically forgiving; and discovering the miraculous. The Western American author Louis Lamour has said that "There will come a time when you think that everything is ending. But that will be the beginn ...
 
The Shelter From The Storm podcast documents the complex, varied, compelling and often surprising stories of those who pass through the doors of their Islington-based homeless shelter.? ?Each story – told in the words of the ?shelter ?guests themselves? and set to original music – is about more than just the experience of homelessness. It’s about the often tragic but rarely uncommon circumstances that lead to it.Shelter from the Storm is an emergency night shelter, completely free to guests, ...
 
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Stopping to smell the roses doesn't get you passive income--so why do it? For our third episode, I wanted to examine our relationship with work. Why are we always thinking about it, and why are we so prone to feeling burnt out? Joining us for this topic is author Eliza Clark, who reveals whether or not her enjoyment of writing changed once it becam…
 
In the new episode of "Gimme Shelter: The California Housing Crisis Podcast." CalMatters' Manuela Tobias and the Los Angeles Times' Liam Dillon break down California’s increased enforcement of housing production goals. They are joined by Victoria Fierce, whose organization sues cities that aren’t producing enough housing.Podcast editing by Victor F…
 
Is this really the way life is supposed to be? We’ve known from the beginning that the old way wasn’t working. The new normal isn’t what we’re after either. How do we find our way to a better normal, one that makes this world a good home for all of us . . . a place where maybe we can finally get some sleep? Complete show notes at www.shelterinplace…
 
GUEST: Bonney Brown was Executive Director for six years at Nevada Humane Society, an open-admission shelter. She has been Chief Operating Officer, National No More Homeless Pets Director and Communications Director for Best Friends and was National Campaign Director for Alley Cat Allies. Bonney is currently president and co-founder of Humane Netwo…
 
Welcome to the first episode of our new miniseries! The show is told through a series of recordings made by our main character when they receive an odd request in the will of their estranged aunt. Each episode will dive into a room of their aunt’s eccentric San Francisco row house and the stories it can tell, and this episode starts the series off …
 
What have you lost in the pandemic? What have you found? We asked these questions to people from New York to New Mexico. What they told us has given us a roadmap for finding our way home. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB @PodcastShelter on Twitter A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a…
 
Treat others how you want to be treated, unless you’re on the internet. For our second episode, we talk about a topic that's difficult to avoid nowadays: online arguments. We're joined by author Dana Schwartz to discuss how a tweet about South Park went out of hand. Then, TV writer and podcast host Andrew Ti reveals his thoughts on who an internet …
 
GUEST: Diane Blankenburg is CEO & Co-Founder of Humane Network. She was Community Programs & Development Director for Nevada Humane Society, Katrina Rescue and Recovery Director for Alley Cat Allies for 2 years, and Network Director for Best Friends Animal Society. MAIN QUESTION: How can leaders and managers handle internal staff conflict better? T…
 
What have you lost in the pandemic? What have you found? We asked these questions to people from New York to New Mexico. What we found has given us a roadmap for finding our way home. www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB @PodcastShelter on Twitter A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commerci…
 
CalMatters' Manuela Tobias and the Los Angeles Times' Liam Dillon break down Fresno’s housing market and why rents and home prices have skyrocketed, even amid the pandemic. They are joined by Jovana Morales-Tilgren, who advocates on behalf of low-income tenants for Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability.Podcast editing by Victor Figueroa…
 
Why create? This is the question we ask every time we make an episode, and the first one we post to the trainees in our podcast training program. It’s also one of the questions driving season 3 of Shelter in Place, which launches next week. We’re exploring how to embrace life with all of its flaws and fragments, and find our way toward creative, pu…
 
For our first ever episode, we dive deep into a topic that's equally personal and ubiquitous: being in front of a camera. We talk with Maggie Mae Fish about her experience filming for her YouTube channel, and we ask Mike Mitchell about his role in The Tomorrow War. Plus, host Yusong Liu tries to answer the question of whether or not Instagram is go…
 
GUEST: Kelley Bollen is a Certified Animal Behavior Consultant with a master’s degree in Animal Behavior who has worked in the field of companion animal behavior for twenty years. Kelley is the Owner and Principal Consultant for Kelley Bollen Consulting – an animal behavior consulting business. Kelley consults with animal shelters across the countr…
 
Today we talk about Baba Yaga. Who is this piece of Slavic folklore? What does she represent? And how did this story get spread around the world as a children’s tale? Find us on Twitter (@shelterandwarn), Tumblr, Instagram, or Tiktok (@shelterandwarningpodcast), or email us at shelterandwarningpodcast@gmail.com. Check out our Linktree (https://link…
 
How can we feel at home even when our world feels out of control? Whether we’re talking about our planet or our place of residence, all of us long for joy, rest, beauty, and belonging—but finding our way there isn’t always simple or easy. Season 3 of Shelter in Place is all about that journey. We’re exploring how to be human in a way that feels exp…
 
GUEST: Mark Robison has been president of CockadoodleMoo Farm Animal Sanctuary for more than 14 years. He is also Senior Consultant at Humane Network and Communications Manager for Options Veterinary Care, a nonprofit clinic. Mark was a journalist for more than 25 years in Stockton, California; Little Rock, Arkansas; and for most of his career at t…
 
As we count down the days to season 3, we’re sharing some good news for what’s ahead. This one is dedicated to the 11 graduates of our podcast training program, who were the very best part of our pandemic Odyssey. You can hear “An Affront to Zeus” and find complete show notes (including episode transcripts!) on our website, www.shelterinplacepodcas…
 
GUEST: Christie Keith is a communications and media consultant with an exclusive focus on animal welfare and veterinary medicine. Her current and recent clients include The Shelter Pet Project, the first public service campaign promoting an animal welfare cause in the Ad Council's 60-year history; Dr. Marty Becker, author and veterinarian; Maddie's…
 
GUEST: Rebecca Guinn is CEO of LifeLine Animal Project, which manages Atlanta’s Fulton and DeKalb County animal shelters and which opened a new shelter, adoption center and clinic in 2019. LifeLine’s community outreach effort provides free vaccines, spay/neuter and other assistance to thousands of pets belonging to underserved Atlantans. LifeLine’s…
 
A controversial bill on single-family zoning passed the California Legislature, but there's already a ballot measure in the works to block it. Los Angeles City Council member Kevin de Leon discusses the issue. Podcast editing by Victor Figueroa. https://www.linkedin.com/in/vicfigBy Manuela Tobias and Liam Dillon
 
Today, we discuss the Glamour Girl Slayer. Who was this killer? Who were his victims? And why has he been largely forgotten about in the true crime sphere of today? Find us on Twitter (@shelterandwarn), Tumblr, Instagram, or Tiktok (@shelterandwarningpodcast), or email us at shelterandwarningpodcast@gmail.com. Check out our Linktree (https://linktr…
 
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