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The flagship news podcast of the San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco Producer/host Cecilia Lei and director of news 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:Read more

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How to Rev Up San Francisco's Weak Economy

Oct 9 • 11:48

In many ways, things are as bad as they've been since the Great Depression. City leaders charged with fixing them have some creative ideas, ranging from universal basic income for artists to making outdoor dining permanent. Business reporter Roland Li has details. | Unlimited Chronicle access:

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It's All Political: Trump Biden Debate 1: What the Hell Was That?

Sep 30 • 20:33

On The Chronicle's politics podcast, editorial board editor John Diaz and — GENTLEMEN, PLEASE! — political writer John Wildermuth join — EXCUSE ME! — host Joe Garofoli to analyze the first presidential — PLEASE LET HIM FINISH! — debate. | Unlimited Chronicle access:

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California's Unemployment Benefits Nightmare

Jan 16 • 16:38

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A Fire's Hellish Path: How the Hennessey Fire Raged into Vacaville

Sep 4 • 27:13

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Get Ready For Socially Distant Fire Evacuations

Aug 8 • 22:47

California is entering its worst months for wildfires, and the danger is only exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. What do Bay Area residents need to know about the conditions on the ground, PG&E power outages and socially distant evacuations? Reporter J.D. Morris has the answers. | Unlimited Chronicle access:

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Eviction Crisis: David Chiu’s Proposal

Aug 14 • 24:19

Assemblyman David Chiu of San Francisco has a plan to stem the wave of evictions expected to hit California in September, but just over two weeks to get it through the Legislature. He's also deeply concerned about the state's severely backed-up unemployment office, which owes more than 1 million people money. | Unlimited Chronicle access:

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Should Wineries Be Open?

Jul 18 • 16:39

People are drinking more, which is a boon for California wineries, but the industry's also struggling with shutdown orders as the coronavirus pandemic worsens. Wine critic Esther Mobley talks about the confusion at tasting rooms and the efforts to protect vineyard workers. | Get unlimited Chronicle access:

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