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49 minutes | a month ago
al Frisco: Spirits of San Francisco
In this very special episode, we’re celebrating the release of Spirits of San Francisco by Gary Kamiya and Paul Madonna, a no doubt about it instant classic of art and history. Join Gary, Paul and myself as we stroll and discuss the most unique stretch in the City that you’ve probably never heard of: Joice Street. Our interview tour encompasses three universes within three blocks, and it offers unique insights into the creative processes of two of San Francisco’s most respected and admired creators.
58 minutes | 2 months ago
al Frisco: Episode 2
A production of The San Francisco Cultural History Museum In this episode Meaghan Mitchell, Broke Ass Stuart and myself dig into the uncanny history of San Francisco’s open spaces. Plus, ewwww! Dead bodies. And while San Francisco begins to allow for indoor dining, we’ll still hip you to historic locations where you can enjoy take away picnics, because, yeah ... indoor dining. Our feature interview is with The San Francisco Mime Troupe’s artistic director Micheal Gean Sullivan – he tells us all about their amazing new radio show and reflects on sixty years of sticking their collective thumb in the eyes of those capitalist bastards. And of course, save some room for The Stud’s Marke B, who’ll be bringing us up to speed on trends in Bay Area nightlife.
57 minutes | 2 months ago
al Frisco: On Topic
Join Kevin, Marke, Meaghan and Stuart when we dive into Peter Lawrence Kane's article for the Guardian UK called, "Rich people leave, artists and queerdos return: is San Francisco's tech exodus real or a fantasy?"
69 minutes | 3 months ago
pilot episode w Michael Zagaris
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