<p>This is Voice of San Diego’s weekly spitfire roundup of news. We cover local and regional politics, the environment, education, the border and more. This show features our investigative reporting and interviews with lawmakers and other special guests.</p>
By Voice of San Diego
A blunt, no holds barred podcast about Waltham and raising a family in the Watch City. Hosts Bill and Shawn Hanley will discuss things both popular and off the beaten path. Short interviews with knowns and unknowns around Waltham. The Waltham political scene, regular updates on the new Waltham High School project, and Waltham real estate segments with Mike Destefano from Coldwell Banker. We'll always talk both WHS and youth athletics. Subscribe to our show wherever you listen to podcasts.
By Bill Hanley & Shawn Hanley
The flagship news podcast of the San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco City Hall columnist Heather Knight and managing editor Demian Bulwa discuss the biggest stories of the day with Chronicle journalists and newsmakers from around the Bay Area. | Get full digital access to the Chronicle: sfchronicle.com/pod
By San Francisco Chronicle
Hear ideas and challenges from people working in local government and nonprofit organizations. Hosted by Dr. Alicia Schatteman, Director of the Center for Nonprofit and NGO Studies at Northern Illinois University. We speak with public service researchers and workers across communities about topics and issues affecting their local towns, villages, cities, and neighborhoods.
By Dr. Alicia M. Schatteman
In Search of Black Power challenges conventional narratives around Black policy, Black movements, and Black Life. Blending art, storytelling, and policy analysis, and dialogue. We give a substantive yet accessible look at the critical issues impacting the Black community. Using the unique perspective of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, with its experience building independent black institutions and advancing a political philosophy stemming from Pan Afrikan Liberation Struggle and the Black radical tradition, we focus on creating a new language to discusses the issues presenting Black America, with a focus on independent institutional building and seeing Black folks as the solutions to their problems.
By New Timbuktu