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10 million people, a couple hundred cities, unlimited possibilities. Host Jon Steinberg, a lifelong explorer, has made it his business to get into the heart, mind and soul of Southern California. Every week we are going to explore the most interesting parts, history, food and culture that Southern California has to offer, and together, we are going to find out what is behind the greatest region in the city. Happy exploring!
 
Alex Caragiannides has a great passion for his work and is a self proclaimed "love of life". From the way he answers his phone, to his commitment to delivering what he promises, Alex is dedicated to providing nothing less than a "Red Carpet" mortgage experience for you. He believes that you should play as hard as you work an life is meant to be enjoyed. Zig Ziglar said "You can have everything in life that you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want." That's Alex's ...
 
When The Big One hits it’ll take under two minutes for more than 10 million Southern Californians to lose internet, power, and a sense of security. Host Jacob Margolis and Producer Misha Euceph take you on a journey to understand what the catastrophic earthquake will mean for Los Angeles, the U.S., and the world. This is what you need to know to survive.
 
Southern Californians may be short on time but they are never short on curiosity. Every Friday, Spectrum News 1 political reporter and anchor Alex Cohen gives listeners the important local news and information SoCal needs to know in one fell swoop. In just about 17 minutes, listeners will get informed on the issues affecting Southern California. Featuring occasional interviews with SoCal newsmakers, “SoCal in 17” is the definitive weekly podcast for those living in and around Los Angeles.​​
 
Join us on DeviceAlliance's Podcast: MedTech Radio where we interview today's brightest minds in Southern California's medical device industry. Each episode deconstructs complex topics and provides the tactics, tools, and strategies to overcome tomorrow's challenges. DeviceAlliance strives to be the one-stop-shop at the center of the medical device ecosystem helping drive collaboration, innovation, and career development for all device professionals in Southern California.
 
Guitarist and songwriter from Southern California. Genres: Alternative Rock, Grunge, Classic Rock, Progressive Rock Influences: Jimmy Page, Alex Lifeson, David Torn, Allan Holdsworth, Devin Townsend, The Edge, Adrian Belew Favorite bands: Led Zeppelin, Rush, Tea Party, Tool, King Crimson, Mars Volta Other instruments played: Bass, Percussion, Saz, Sitar, Gamelan instruments
 
Tim Conway Jr. can be heard live Monday-Friday from 6-10 p.m. on KFI AM 640, and everywhere on the iHeartRadio App. Follow on socials @Conwayshow Follow the show: @ConwayShow Tim Conway, Jr. was born and raised in Los Angeles and is proud to admit that he survived 10 years in what he can only describe as a “youth detention center”, better known as the Los Angeles Unified School District. He spent his childhood around Santa Anita, Hollywood Park and Del Mar Racetracks with his father, Tim Con ...
 
Co-Hosts Erica and Hamada El Hilali have been happily married for over a decade despite being born half way around the world from each other. She grew up Danish and Irish Catholic in Minnesota in America and he grew up Muslim in Morocco. They both have navigated the challenges and rewards of a cross-cultural marriage and are now raising their family in Southern California.Gain insights in how to overcome the struggles of being a cross cultural couple and gain insights into increasing your cr ...
 
Never 30 is a podcast of the Ventura County Star, in Southern California, and part of the USA Today Network. The show, which focuses on unique and obscure stories from Ventura County history, is co-produced by host Andrea Howry and showrunner Anthony Plascencia. New episodes are released every Wednesday each season.
 
Imagine a young, twenty-something woman in 1860, reared “in the indolent life of the ordinary Southern girl” (which means she has never learned to cook); married to a professional man who knows “nothing of manual labor;” who is mother to a young son; and who has just found out she is pregnant with their second child. Imagine that this couple has become “embarrassed financially” by “imprudent speculations,” and that they are discussing what to do. They decide to buy a wagon and three yoke of ...
 
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LA is everything quintessentially Southern Californian – from the sun, surf and sand, to the hills, canyons, and everything in between. L.A is the epitome of everything Hollywood, glamour and Rock’ n’ Roll, and has fast become a cultural revolution in fashion, food, and architecture. Whether you’re one of the few original, born and bred Angeleno’s, or you’ve moved cross country or continent, everybody has their own L.A Story.Join Dani Behr and Tara Joseph on their LA LA LANDED podcast, as th ...
 
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Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about a new micro apartment building set to open soon in San Diego. The neighborhood these apartments are located is Birdland off the 163 freeway. The building will have 90 units ranging from 300 to 450 square feet. They will be priced between $1,600 and $2,000. We talk about the logistics…
 
In this week's episode of Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast, host Jon Steinberg shares his list of top ten fascinating Southern California movies inspired by actual events. His list includes: "Indictment: The McMartin Trials" in Manhattan Beach, "The Bling Ring" in Calabasas, "Hollywoodland" in Benedict Canyon, "I…
 
Southern Californians who live near oil refineries may soon be able to breathe easier. The South Coast Air Quality Management District unanimously passed its biggest emissions rule in decades on Friday. Reporter: Caleigh Wells, KCRW The United Nations climate change conference continues this week in Glasgow, Scotland. And one longtime observer says…
 
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments this week in a case that could overturn Roe v. Wade. That’s the 1973 ruling that affirms a woman’s Consitutional right to receive an abortion. If it's overturned, abortion advocates are preparing for a surge in out-of-state patients travelling to California for the procedure. Reporter: Katie Orr,…
 
In February, the Biden administration began winding down former President Donald Trump’s controversial “Remain-in-Mexico” program. It sent people seeking asylum in this country back to Mexico to wait months for their day in immigration court in the U.S. But over the summer, a Texas judge ordered government officials to restart the program, and the …
 
The breakdown in the global supply chain has sent food prices soaring. That’s hurting local restaurants still struggling to get out from under the pandemic. Reporter: Josie Huang, KPCC A new report from CalMatters shows the global supply chain issues are impacting California hospitals. Many medical facilities are waiting on medical devices that are…
 
After a bleak Thanksgiving 2020, when many folks stayed safer at home, travelers are back at it again. As we adapt to this new normal, COVID-19 expert Dr. Bob Wachter of the University of California, San Francisco joins us to talk about how he is assessing personal risks and how you can make smart, yet socially active, choices, too. Listen and Foll…
 
As many people celebrate Thanksgiving in California, some Native Americans have a different perspective on this day and what it means. Among the challenges indigenous people face is keeping their cultures alive. Reporter: Alice Daniel, Valley Public Radio Many restaurants are open on Thanksgiving, but chefs may also be busy preparing a meal for fam…
 
NASA has launched a first-of-its-kind mission from California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base called DART, the Double Asteroid Redirection Test. Guest: Jason Davis, Editorial Director, The Planetary Society A year-long study on a part of the Mojave Desert has found that the night sky there is really, really dark. So much so, it might earn the rare dist…
 
Introducing COVID in L.A., devoted to bringing you the latest information about COVID-19, vaccines, and how the virus and pandemic have affected the lives of Southern Californians from the doctors, nurses, epidemiologists, and other medical professionals fighting the virus on the frontlines. In each episode of this podcast, we’ll speak with one of …
 
The Top Local Stories Of The Day A man killed in Hollywood after a follow-home robbery; Six LAPD employees face being fired for failing to follow the vaccine mandate; Hunting for more suspects in a mob robbery at an LA Nordstrom See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 Audacy
 
With many younger children finally getting their first COVID-19 vaccine shot, and adults getting their booster, many see this holiday season as a bit of a return to normalcy. But health experts say families should still take precautions during gatherings. Reporter: Jackie Fortier, KPCC Diablo Canyon, California’s last remaining commercial nuclear p…
 
1,000 acres of sacred land could be restored to the Karuk tribe living along the Klamath River in Humboldt and Siskiyou counties. That’s if legislation introduced in Congress is passed. Reporter: Danielle Venton, KQED Diablo Canyon in San Luis Obispo County is the state's last commercial nuclear power plant and is set to close in the coming years. …
 
On Thursday morning, Julia Bonin was driving her son to school when she noticed three people walking along the Pacific Coast Highway. They weren’t faces she knew personally, but ones she’d seen circulating around social media. She said she almost considered letting it go, but changed her mind. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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