Interviews

It’s been 55 years since America was introduced to The Beatles, changing music forever. The musical writings of John Lennon and Paul McCartney had multiple generations of Americans hooked on the British Invasion. In the years since The Beatles, their music has lived on through hundreds of...

The Bay Area is a unique sports market with 6 different professional sports teams for fans to follow and root for. While much can be made about the Giants and 49ers in San Francisco, the City of Oakland has played a major role in crafting its own contributions to the history of Bay Area Sports....

As any parent can tell you, parenting can be very hard. Building a stable family also presents its challenges. Luckily, there are people like Cathy Botello and Misty Smith, who together help run the C.O.P.E Family Support Center. COPE is a non-profit organization that works to provide supportive...

Last winter, we had Nick Ishimaru on the podcast to talk about A Noh Christmas Carol, a retelling of the classic tale with a mix of traditional Japanese theater forms of noh, kyogen, kabuki and avante garde dance. This year, Nick has another play set to release at the Theater of Yugen: Seen /By...

Every October for the last 5 years, some of the brightest and most inquisitive minds around gather in Berkeley for Uncharted: The Berkeley Festival of Ideas. This 2-day event, which takes place on October 5th and 6th this year, is all about introducing you to new thoughts and ideas meant to...

With 6 professional teams and several Division 1 college sports teams, the Bay Area Sports Scene is one of the largest and most vibrant in the country. In the last 60 years, Bay Area teams have combined to win 18 championships, and numerous other incredible seasons. With so much greatness, the...

For almost 20 years, the USS Hornet Museum in Alameda has stood as a monument to the US Navy, the men who defend our nation and the US Space Program. But the Hornets history goes far beyond its time as a museum. From battles at Iwo Jima and Okinawa to retrieving the Apollo 11 crew upon their...

For 1,001 straight days, comedian Sammy Obeid was on the road. Each night, he was performing at a different venue, on a different stage, in front of a different crowd. That was part of his 1,000 days of comedy tour, when he set the world record for consecutive nights doing stand up. Coming...

Last month, we had Jeff Rubin, President of the Pinole Historical Society, on the podcast to talk about the history of Pinole. For a small town, Pinole has an incredibly long and rich history. Last time, we talked about the Pinole Historical Society and a few of the notable families in Pinole’s...

Film is one of the best ways to tell a story. For Miranda Jonte, her upcoming film Greasemonkey tells a story that is not just personal to her, but relatable to many others. She stars as Mara, a woman thrust into the male dominated world of auto mechanics. This podcast is all about sharing the...

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