historic podcasts

A Landmark Episode

Here is our long overdue tourist guide on the city's most famous and recognizable landmarks....

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Tax Credits and Incentives to Power Your Business

Join host Michael Bull and his guests as they discuss tax credits, incentives, and real estate,...

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HiFi #20: Out of Your Mind

Who is the real villain---the preservationists or the developer? Or is there even a villain at...

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204: Christmas Traditions

Local christmas traditions and stories old and new, from roof rides to holiday firehouses.

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203: Streetcar to the Stars

The story of the 6-line, which started as a streetcar that made a neighborhood party.

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202: Golden Gate Park Lifesaving Station

The story of the surfmen who did service at Ocean Beach from 1878 to 1951.

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201: 100 Years of St. Cecilia Catholic Parish

Guest Frank Dunnigan talks about the first century of a Parkside District parish.

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199: Mark Daniels

Landscape architect for Forest Hill, part of Sea Cliff, the National Park Service.

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198: Charlie Sava

Legendary swim coach of olympians and 50,000 city school kids.

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197: N-Judah Streetcar

On October 21, 1928, MUNI opened the N-Judah line to an extremely jubuliant Sunset District.

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196: Growing Up in San Francisco

Native west side son Frank Dunnigan drops by to share more memories and preview his new book.

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195: San Francisco History Association

Collector Ron Ross shares his personal history in the city and the 35 year history of the San...

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194: Sloat Boulevard

From the zoo to St. Francis Circle, stories about San Francisco's widest (maybe) street.

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193: Love Pageant Rally

Nicole Meldahl tells the story of the Love Pageant Rally, which happened 50 years ago this week.

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192: Tait's at the Beach

Once called Oceanside House and the House of Mystery, a legendary Ocean Beach roadhouse.

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191: San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club

Since 1901, players in white have trod the bowling greens in Golden Gate Park.

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190: Sherwood Forest

Guest Jacquie Proctor comes by to tell the story of the city's highest and most secret neighborhood.

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189: Model Homes of San Francisco

Odd and interesting model homes of the west side when developers had to work to sell city real...

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188: Holy Virgin Cathedral

The five golden domes over the Richmond District and the center of Russian Orthodox life in San...

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