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San Francisco-based comedian Alexis Gay interviews influential folks from tech, media, business and beyond about everything except their resumes. Who are the people building, funding, and running the tech companies shaping our daily lives? And like, has [INFLUENTIAL PERSON] ever kept a plant alive? Is [VERY IMPRESSIVE FOUNDER] actually afraid of the dark? What was [STALWART OF VC TWITTER] known for in high school? Tune into Non-Technical with Alexis Gay to find out.
 
Forum tells remarkable and true stories about who we are and where we live. In the first hour, Alexis Madrigal convenes the diverse voices of the Bay Area, before turning to Mina Kim for the second hour to chronicle and center Californians’ experience. In an increasingly divided world, Mina and Alexis host conversations that inform, challenge and unify listeners with big ideas and different viewpoints. Want to call/submit your comments during our live Forum program Mon-Fri, 9am-11am? We'd lo ...
 
Let's get personal! Since the dawn of time, humans have been desperate for connection. Then we realized we could solicit strangers through the Sunday paper. You’ve heard of Craigslist personals, just imagine the pining and thirst from lonely queers searching for love. Listen as we read and rate personal ads from the ‘70s through 2000s! If you love gay yearning, you’ll love Q4Q! Be on the show: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc8dOqRD6JF00L1fzyu8kXbBM58Z19ZlOs1aGeRv1usobmIDg/viewform
 
Hosted by drag star and motivational speaker Meatball, alongside rapper/comedian and gay bear Big Dipper, Sloppy Seconds features chaotic interviews with queer celebrities and an unapologetic look at sex, culture, and food. Get sloppy with these two messes who aren’t afraid to speak their minds. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network and Moguls of Media.
 
I cover Classical History as well as Christian history and theology from a non-orthodox Christian perspective. I will talk about everyone and everything. 'Western Civilization' is a lie, Rome was a dystopia, everyone was gay, and Jesus wasn't white. Twitter: @Ad_Vincere_Pod
 
It’s a new era of Harry Potter, and we really, really want to explore it. With 'Cursed Child' and 'Fantastic Beasts' expanding our knowledge of the Wizarding World, we couldn’t resist diving in! A biweekly podcast covering Pottermore, Ilvermorny, J.K. Rowling, and the Harry Potter fandom. Be a part of it—discuss with us on Twitter @NewtCasts.
 
For more information on 2PM, visit 2PM.inc. The 2PM audio project features a class-like Q&A approach where 2PM hosts a range of topics with one of your peers. In this setting, she is the teacher and we are the students. The 2PM host Web Smith asks the questions. These multi-talented individuals explore how their broad educations, varied skill sets, and intellectual curiosities prepared them for the "zero to one" and beyond. It's practical, unfiltered, and real. See acast.com/privacy for priv ...
 
Add This to Your List is a podcast for entertainment lovers. Hosts Tom Ciuba, Mark J. Parker, and Funmi Sunmonu share new recommendations (and warnings) of what to watch and discuss the entertainment industry's latest surprises. Logo and key art by Greg Clements. Theme music by Jay Lifton (jaylifton.com). Segment music by itsalistupid (itsalistupid.com).
 
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“Top Gun: Maverick,” the Tom Cruise-starring sequel to the 1986 Tom Cruise-starring classic, is topping this summer’s domestic box office — and it’s now the U.S.’ seventh highest-grossing film, ever. “Nope,” the third movie from horror visionary Jordan Peele, has friends swapping interpretations around the campfire. And “Minions: The Rise of Gru” w…
 
After decades of attempts to enact climate change legislation, the Senate passed a massive bill this weekend. The Inflation Reduction Act directs nearly $370 billion dollars in new spending to slash carbon emissions in the next eight years by giving Americans more access to clean energy. Robinson Meyer, staff writer at The Atlantic, will join us to…
 
Meatball and Big Dipper went to Mobile, Alabama for the 2022 Bleather Weekend and recorded a live podcast at B-Bob’s…and this time the recording actually worked! They discuss Dipper’s hashtag celibate summer, the sugar content of sweet tea, and Meatball describes her first ever wet dream in great detail. Plus some talk of trimming and shaving the g…
 
Americans of Asian descent are commonly lumped together under the broad identifier of “Asian American.” But such a general term can overlook powerful histories and distinctions among ethnicities. In her new book “Asian American Histories of the United States,” author Catherine Ceniza Choy reminds us that Asian Americans are not a monolith. “Like a …
 
In her new memoir, “The Man Who Could Move Clouds,” Ingrid Rojas Contreras tells the story of a journey she took with her mother to her native Colombia to exhume her grandfather’s remains. She intricately weaves family histories involving her curandero grandfather, her mother who could appear in two places at once and her own magical inheritance sp…
 
The Oakland Museum’s new exhibit, Hella Feminist, was scheduled to open two years ago to mark the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. The pandemic pushed the opening into a drastically changed climate for women after the Supreme Court overturned the federal right to an abortion. Through the works of contemporary artists responding…
 
Adoption is frequently cited, particularly among those opposed to abortion, as a solution to an unwanted pregnancy. But in fact, fewer than one in ten people denied abortion care chooses to put their child up for adoption, according to UCSF studies. We’ll explore why, and we’ll hear from women who did choose adoption about their experiences. Guests…
 
Big Dipper and Meatball are joined by ambassador of the youth and the Slurp queen herself; Little Piece to talk about the Philly drag scene, going viral, and what it’s like to be young and beautiful. Trigger Warning: There are lots of trigger warnings this episode, a wild story about a young girl’s bidet obsession, and some informative chat about s…
 
California reported more than 1,100 probable or confirmed cases of monkeypox on Tuesday, a day after Governor Newsom declared a public health state of emergency to address the rapid spread of the disease in the state. Monkeypox, which spreads through close physical contact, has disproportionately affected gay and bisexual men, and LGBTQ activists a…
 
Inflation has driven prices skyward for all kinds of goods from gas to home goods. Even grocery store staples like cereal, milk and eggs have seen price hikes. While big chain brands might be able to weather these increases better, independent retailers are feeling these costs much more sharply. We’ll talk to local grocers from around the Bay Area …
 
Enjoy this exclusive preview of the first few minutes of TGHPPH with @Gigi Gorgeous only available on MOM Plus. Alaska and Willam sit down in studio with the iconic Gigi Gorgeous to discuss her life in the public eye. They chat about her marriage, her spray tan, and what it's like to share everything with her followers on youtube. Sign up for MOM P…
 
This episode, Haley teamed up with Kai of @Rotten_Treasure for one of the kinkiest episodes of the entire show. Sometimes it’s difficult to find a partner into the same things, in the same general geographic area--before Grindr, Craigslist, or KinkD, there were personal ads in the local LGBTQ magazine. Listen as we match with voyeurs, foot worshipp…
 
Landscape irrigation accounts for about half of residential water use in California, according to state data. That’s leading some drought-conscious residents to consider tearing up their lawns in favor of less water-intensive gardens. We’ll talk about how to embark on removing your lawn and the plants, grasses and trees you might consider replacing…
 
A violent civil war has raged in Ethiopia for nearly two years, claiming 500,000 lives and displacing millions. Despite the current ceasefire, humanitarian aid is struggling to reach those who need it, leaving millions more at risk of starvation. Watching from afar, the Bay Area community of Ethiopians are trying to raise awareness about the crisis…
 
This week, Alexis gets non-technical with Zach Graumann, former campaign manager for Andrew Yang's 2020 presidential run and author of the new book, Longshot. They talk about adult acapella, 860 vs. 203, BYOSSS (stainless steel straws), enunciating!!!, and NOT embarrassing yourself in front of Sophia Bush. You can find Zach on Twitter at twitter.co…
 
Introducing QUEEN OF HEARTS: a new kind of blind dating game show, hosted by Jujubee (RuPaul’s Drag Race, Dragnificent). The Queen of our hearts guides singles through a series of sexy games and challenges to see if they can find their one true love-for-now. Sure to make you laugh, follow QUEEN OF HEARTS wherever you get your podcasts. Or you can l…
 
Popular cryptocurrencies have plunged in 2022: both Bitcoin and Ethereum have lost about half their value since the first of the year, and Dogecoin has fallen by more 90% since its peak in 2021. But while wealthy and early crypto investors have weathered the downturn, smaller players have fared less well, revealing what New York Times fintech repor…
 
Polls show that roughly a quarter of Americans are dieting. That’s despite research showing that very few people succeed in losing weight and keeping it off over time. A new Bloomberg podcast, Losing It, investigates the myths and realities of nutritional science and the power of the dieting industry. Forum talks with the podcast creators about the…
 
Big Dipper and Meatball take you along to experience their journey to Mobile, Alabama first hand. From hotel room to the town square, from a shrimp filled lunch to a problematic Michael Jackson mural, this episode has it all. And the cherry on top is the whispered Boochie Cat chats in Atlanta Delta Lounge. Listen to Sloppy Seconds Ad-Free AND One D…
 
Researchers estimate that as many as half of pregnancies in the United States were not planned and roughly one in five pregnancies ends in an abortion. With the U.S. Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade and the end of the federal right to an abortion, many sexual health educators and advocates are calling to enhance reproductive education – for …
 
Even as we’re seeing more on-screen depictions of disability in films like “CODA” and “Sound of Metal,” the number of disabled people behind the camera remains low. That affects what stories are told — and their accuracy. As disabled artists push for more opportunities to tell their stories — on film, in visual art and through dance — we’ll talk wi…
 
Larry is joined by writer and former political operative Tim Miller to discuss his new book 'Why We Did It: A Travelogue from the Republican Road to Hell’. They begin their conversation by examining the reasons why Miller decided to write such an unflinching memoir that details the moral conflicts that led him to leave his job as an opposition rese…
 
Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang together with dozens of other Democratic and Republican politicians announced on Wednesday that they're launching Forward, a new political party designed to appeal to centrists. But historically, third political parties have gained little traction in the United States. We'll talk about why and what could be…
 
While the concept of spectators packing an arena to watch competitive video gaming at a college level may be perplexing to more traditional sports fans, the popularity of collegiate esports is growing in the Bay Area. in the Bay Area. In 2018 the streaming platform Twitch, which hosts esports competitions, moved their headquarters to San Francisco.…
 
Big Dipper and Meatball are working from home; back on the zoom call for this episode. They've got updates on their gigs, share childhood stories about bodily functions, and have a yawning competition. Plus they listen to voicemails about how to leave a hook up early, and why pooping outdoors is so fun. Also, Meatball wants everyone to know she got…
 
For New Yorker staff writer Hua Hsu, they’re cardboard cutouts that decorated his parents’ wedding, “each the size of a 45-r.p.m. single: an orange Snoopy and two Woodstocks, one white and one light blue.” For artist Ari Bird, it’s a tree pompom that her grandfather painted gold and gave to her as a child. Whether it's a portrait, a wedding dress, …
 
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