Musicians, poets, performers, and podcasters weigh in on the new presidential administration.
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Happy Holidays! We celebrate the 50th anniversary of the t-v special, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
We check in with the popular radio DJs who were all let go by KFOG radio in San Francisco back in April.
In this one we hear from clever parents including Justin McElroy (My Brother, My Brother, and Me) and Raquel D'Apice (The Ugly Volvo), as well as from the offspring of clever parents Walt Disney and Ken Kesey.
Zombies? Check. Ghosts? Check. A Haunted House? Check. Here's our annual Halloween episode.
This episode is on this wild presidential election. A stand up comedian, a psychotherapist, and a Trump supporter are among those weighing in.
Singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson, Hall of Fame DJ Dave Morey, and John Goddard, owner of the legendary Village Music record store are among those weighing in on our love of albums.
Life lessons: Never wait to tell someone you love them, never ride a skateboard without a helmet, and never forget your daughter's diaper bag and get caught in a demonstration outside the U.S. embassy in Paris in the 1950's.
San Francisco radio personalities perform The Maltese Falcon after we visit the apartment that inspired Sam Spade's living quarters.
We hit the road this week paying homage to Burning Man, Route 66, South by Southwest and Breaking Bad.
Stories and interviews in this episode include appearances by Babe Ruth, David Ortiz, Michael Franti, and Batkid.
In this episode we find silver linings behind war, death, turning forty, and bad writing.
Stories of encounters with (mostly musical) greats including ones we've recently lost (Muhammed Ali, David Bowie, and Prince). We also explore what "greatness" is with author Mary Roach.
Two musicians tag along on a Mexican drug bust, and three women prevent a possible date rape.
A musician, a comedian, an ex-con, and others tell us why they love what they do.
This week you'll meet obnoxious concertgoers, a toxic tech worker, and a man who stole something from a homeless girl (turns out he's not really a jerk).
We make the rounds this time, visiting Sam Spade's apartment, Dapper Days, and Wolfgang's Vault (to name a few).
A look back at KGO Radio and its three-decade run as the top-rated station in San Francisco.
A collection of interesting (and surprisingly, not depressing) stories about losing a parent.
You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll pause it because the episode is rather long but you will return to it later because you want to hear the whole thing.