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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.​​
 
Two friends just hanging out looking to entertain and bring smiles to all our fans! Each episode we will be looking into different topics so you'll never know what we have in store! Guests will sometimes make an appearance as we hope to learn something new and hope to share some knowledge and of course laughs with our audience! Join us on our podcast journey to the moon, as we aim to push the limits on entertainment!!!
 
How exciting is it to listen to a podcast about your home? If you live in California, this show might pique your interest. Here at SoCal Voices, we take a deep dive into the beauty of the southern region of the state, as well as the inspiring stories of those living there. Each episode features candid conversations exploring news, culture, and politics that impact the people living in the region. See how these things affect your well-being, community, and financial capabilities. Discover the ...
 
SoCal Military News is a podcast dedicated to connecting active duty and military veterans with the people of Southern California and around the country. Join us every week to hear their stories and talk with those passionate souls dedicated to improving their quality of life and to leaving a lasting positive impact in the military community – now and in the future.
 
The variety talk show podcast hosted by the Shep From The West himself, SoCal Shepherd! Join SoCal and the SoCal Syndicate Co-hosts Erica, Tuca & Gooie as they talk about current events and other issues along with whatever else comes across their minds! Listen in as the Syndicate invites weekly guest to speak their mind and share stories about themselves and their time in the fandom along with calls from listeners! CATCH US LIVE ON TWITCH AT 6PM PST! https://www.twitch.tv/socalshepherd
 
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We’re previewing the show with Executive Producer & Co-Host Andy Harris. First a Preview of next Saturday’s (May 28th) 2nd Annual Cake Walk supporting women’s reproductive rights at Redbird in DTLA from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. presented by Gather for Good and RE:Her. It’s a gathering of LA’s top pastry chefs and bakers showcasing an incredible coll…
 
After the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota, millions of dollars poured into the accounts of the Black Lives Matter Global Foundation Network. Critics, including BLM leaders, have complained about how the money has been spent. This week, investigative journalist Sean Campbell joins host Alex Cohen to discuss the investigation on the organization…
 
Is China really the economic behemoth we hear about in the media? What are the real long- and short-term impacts of China’s role in the global economy? In this edition of SoCal Voices, author and China Unraveled podcast host Jason Szeftel shares his perspective on China’s role in the global economy, and what China’s future could mean for the econom…
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 43 Youtube video - The Seymour Duncan SFX-02 Tweak Fuzz (Alchemy Audio Mod), Showcase Spotlight, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!…
 
In the Village of Arroyo Grande in San Luis Obispo County the place for the best coffee (locally roasted) and full breakfast (since 1996) is the locals’ favorite, Cafe Andreini. This was Arroyo Grande’s first coffee house. Proprietress Denise Andreini was born and raised in Arroyo Grande and graduated from Cal Poly San Louis Obispo. She returned to…
 
In the Village of Arroyo Grande in San Luis Obispo County the place for the best coffee (locally roasted) and full breakfast (since 1996) is the locals’ favorite, Cafe Andreini. This was Arroyo Grande’s first coffee house. Proprietress Denise Andreini was born and raised in Arroyo Grande and graduated from Cal Poly San Louis Obispo. She returned to…
 
“The annual CANstruction Long Beach is always one of the most visually stunning demonstrations of talent and creativity that architect and engineering firms participate in annually to help eliminate human hunger in the Long Beach community, and CANstruction is now excited to add a “Pet Edition” this year.” “The inaugural CANstruction Long Beach: Pe…
 
“The annual CANstruction Long Beach is always one of the most visually stunning demonstrations of talent and creativity that architect and engineering firms participate in annually to help eliminate human hunger in the Long Beach community, and CANstruction is now excited to add a “Pet Edition” this year.” “The inaugural CANstruction Long Beach: Pe…
 
“Come celebrate the 55th anniversary of South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa with an extraordinary evening of dining bliss supporting Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) – Los Angeles.” “The celebratory evening begins in South Coast Plaza’s Penthouse with a reception of anniversary cocktails crafted by Vaca Group beverage director Michael Roon…
 
“Come celebrate the 55th anniversary of South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa with an extraordinary evening of dining bliss supporting Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) – Los Angeles.” “The celebratory evening begins in South Coast Plaza’s Penthouse with a reception of anniversary cocktails crafted by Vaca Group beverage director Michael Roon…
 
Our own Chef Andrew Gruel of the Slapfish Restaurant Group provides another timely and informative “Ask the Chef” segment where Chef Andrew responds to listeners thoughtful inquiries. First Chef Andrew updates us on the unfortunate fate of the Small Business COVID Relief Act of 2022 in the U.S. Senate. On Thursday, May 21st Chef Andrew was the co-h…
 
“UNiTE Food (Woman Owned) was inspired by their fearlessly positive immigrant Founder, Clara Paye, who didn’t see herself represented in the nutrition bar aisle. Clara wanted to capture the magic of family favorites made in kitchens across the globe. So with the help of some beloved neighbors and friends – all representing different nationalities –…
 
“UNiTE Food (Woman Owned) was inspired by their fearlessly positive immigrant Founder, Clara Paye, who didn’t see herself represented in the nutrition bar aisle. Clara wanted to capture the magic of family favorites made in kitchens across the globe. So, with the help of some beloved neighbors and friends – all representing different nationalities …
 
“UNiTE Food (Woman Owned) was inspired by their fearlessly positive immigrant Founder, Clara Paye, who didn’t see herself represented in the nutrition bar aisle. Clara wanted to capture the magic of family favorites made in kitchens across the globe. So, with the help of some beloved neighbors and friends – all representing different nationalities …
 
“The rising star of California’s central coast AVA is the Edna Valley, and in these foothills lies a landmark estate vineyard, its roots spanning four decades. Center of Effort is a crown jewel of this trending wine region, famed for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Edna Valley is notable for the state’s coolest wine conditions and long growing seaso…
 
This Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, host Alex Cohen is joined by voiceover artist Rosalie Chiang who got a huge break when she landed the leading role of Meilin Lee in the Disney/Pixar film "Turning Red." Chiang shares what it was like to go through puberty at the same time as her animated character. Get in Touch Want to ask Alex a…
 
Alicia Montgomery is CEO of the Center for Powerful Public Schools, a Los Angeles-based organization that helps educators create and sustain powerful public schools that prepare every student for college, career, and life. In this episode of SoCal Voices, hear how Ms. Montgomery and her team work to address the needs of students working to thrive i…
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 42 Youtube video - The Universal Audio Starlight Echo Station Delay, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!Bởi The Socal Riff Ranch
 
This Mother’s Day weekend, we are joined by local author and mom Anna Malaika Tubbs. Her new book, “The Three Mothers,” shines a light on the difficult and often overlooked work of Black mothers, and explores the lives of the women who birthed and raised Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X and James Baldwin. She and host Alex Cohen also talk abo…
 
One of southern California’s most unique and authentic voices belongs to a former DJ who got her start in radio as a teenager. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Jewel, host of the Old School Jewels podcast, discusses how she became interested in radio, how her personal life experiences inform her podcast topics, the challenges of raising her grandch…
 
On April 29, 1992, a jury in Los Angeles found four police officers not guilty of use of excessive force in the beating of Rodney King. A video of that beating had gone viral and had set the city on edge. In this week's episode, we hear about the days of unrest that followed which resulted in more than 50 deaths and approximately a billion dollars …
 
Are you dealing with imposter syndrome? That nagging, anxious feeling that you don’t have what it takes and don’t belong in the spaces you occupy? Maybe a workplace bully shattered your confidence and you’re unsure how to get it back. In this edition of SoCal Voices, author, coach and hypnotherapist Michele Molitor shares how she regained her confi…
 
This Earth Day weekend, “SoCal in 17” brings you a special episode featuring Wade Crowfoot, California’s Natural Resources Secretary, talking about the drought. Crowfoot explains why he and Gov. Gavin Newsom do not think it is time just yet for mandatory water cutbacks. Plus, Sanden Totten from the “Brains On!” podcast drops by to talk about their …
 
The contest to replace Eric Garcetti as the next mayor of Los Angeles is heating up. Which candidate will get your vote? This week, we bring you a special episode, featuring four of the leading candidates. They shared their stances on everything from homelessness to traffic with host Alex Cohen at a forum sponsored by the LA Business Council. Get i…
 
The Inland Empire Black Worker Center (IEBWC) serves as a resource to help address Black unemployment and under employment. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Community Organizer Dominique Dean shares the principles that guide IEBWC’s approach to helping workers learn about all the services available to help them carve a path toward higher-wage jobs …
 
Frustration over years of watching Muslim women depicted as either super timid and ruled by men or hypersexualized, casting director Serena Rasoul decided it was time for a change. Through a partnership with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Rasoul developed "Surviving to Thriving: Muslim Women on Screen Test." Rasoul and filmmaker Iman…
 
Riverside’s Gail B. Smith started working for Pacific Telephone/Pacific Bell (known today as AT&T) in the 1970s. When she was hired, she was Riverside’s first African American woman splicer and installer for the phone company — jobs that were held primarily by Caucasian men. In this episode of SoCal Voices, Ms. Smith discusses her experience being …
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 41 Youtube video - The Ceriatone Horse Breaker Professional Overdrive Showcase Spotlight, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!…
 
On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Joe Biden’s pick for the Supreme Court. Rep. Barbara Lee joins us to discuss Jackson’s confirmation hearing and how race and gender shaped the intense questioning Jackson faced as the first Black woman nominated to the court. Get in Touch Want to…
 
California has led the nation when it comes to laws designed to bring gender equity to the workplace. This week, in honor of Women’s History Month, we chat with one of the architects of several of those laws — former State Sen. Hannah Beth Jackson. The Democrat who spent over two decades in the state Legislature opens up about why she fought for th…
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 40 Youtube video - The Electro-Harmonix Blurst Modulated Filter, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!Bởi The Socal Riff Ranch
 
Oscar winners Phil Lord and Christopher Miller join us to talk about their latest animated adventure “The Mitchells vs. the Machines,” which just won the Critic’s Choice Award. They open up about their own parents’ concerns about them becoming animated filmmakers and why they didn’t want to beat audiences over the head with the notion of a queer pr…
 
The Veterans Association of North County Resource Center is the inspiration of veteran Chuck Atkinson. As a Past Commander of the American Legion Post #146, his dream, initially, was to locate a place where his American Legion Post could meet on a regular basis. However, he had long felt that the North County area lacked a cohesive mechanism for pr…
 
Kathy Murphy is an author, singer, inspirational speaker, surfer, mother and certified health and life coach who believes in faith and trust over fear. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Kathy discusses her coaching business, The Rising Tide, and how she helps empower people who lead to overcome challenges and see their lives in a whole new way. Reso…
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 39 Youtube video - The Hermida Audio/Lovepedal Zendrive / J. Rockett Audio The Dude, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!…
 
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Adam McKay is with us to talk about his latest film “Don’t Look Up” and how life imitated art, which imitated life. The man behind the “Anchorman” franchise also opens up about his beef with broadcast news and how he thinks it could be better. Get in Touch Want to ask Alex a question? Visit the SoCal in 17 page On Twitter …
 
Verious Smith, III is a man on a mission. He’s a web developer by trade, podcaster and founder of Startempire Wire that aims to foster and build the startup culture in the Inland Empire. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Smith shares what led him to launch his project and his vision for the Inland Empire’s startup ecosystem. startempirewire.com…
 
The LA County Board of Supervisors is set to vote on whether to take the duty of enforcing vaccine rules away from Sheriff Alex Villanueva. The sheriff has said this move would be akin to forming a suicide pact. He joins us this week to explain why he's clashing with the board and the impact it could have on staffing issues and crime rates in the r…
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 38 Youtube video - The Electro-Harmonix Oceans 12 Dual Stereo Reverb / Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Nano Reverb, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!…
 
Novelist, essayist and short story teller Keenan Norris’ new coming-of-age novel, The Confession of Copeland Cane is being hailed as “simply genius,” “potent” and “engaging.” In this edition of SoCal Voices, Norris, a SoCal native who teaches American Literature and Creative Writing at San Jose State University, discusses his latest work and what i…
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 37 Youtube video - The MXR M306 Poly Blue Octave, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!Bởi The Socal Riff Ranch
 
Most Angelenos know Roy Choi as a legendary chef and the pioneer of the gourmet food truck movement. It turns out he's also an incredibly talented TV show host, but not the typical celebrity chef you see on the small screen. This week, Roy Choi joins us to talk about his show on KCET called "Broken Bread." In it, he travels throughout our region, m…
 
Josh Giles is the super successful head coach of the Corona-Centennial High School’s boys basketball team. As coach of the Huskies, Giles’ long list of honors includes being named the 2020-21 Cal-Hi Sports Coach of the Year. He’s also known for his dedication to helping students become champions on and off the court. In this edition of SoCal Voices…
 
What would California look like if we eliminated poverty? According to former Stockton mayor Michael Tubbs, that's no science fiction plot but rather a plausible version of our future. Tubbs recently launched a new initiative called End Poverty in California. He joins us to explain his EPIC vision and how important personal narratives are when it c…
 
The John M Pfau Library on the campus of Cal State University San Bernardino holds a digital archive honoring inland southern California’s Black history. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Assistant Professor of History Marc Robinson shares how “The Bridges that Carried Us Over” project came to be and his role in helping to preserve African American …
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 36 Youtube video - The BOSS HM-2 Heavy Metal / BOSS MT-2 Metal Zone Round-Up, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!…
 
Andy Slavitt, host of the wildly popular pandemic podcast "In the Bubble," is back with us this week to answer the question we're all thinking about: How the heck will we know when the worst of COVID is behind us? It turns out he's got some questions for host Alex Cohen, too. Get in Touch Want to ask Alex a question? Visit the SoCal in 17 page On T…
 
A new business publication in the Inland Empire — IE Business Edge — promises content that is informative and actionable. The brains behind this new magazine brings years of corporate and entrepreneurial experience to this latest enterprise. In this episode of SoCal Voices, publisher Norm Pelzer discusses why he launched IE Business Edge, the chall…
 
Bill and Jeff recap their Ep. 35 Youtube video - The Joe Gore Purr Vibrato, video out now. Also, the guys discuss pedals in general, preferences and all kinds of interesting things related to guitars, pedal boards, bands and fan mail, while hanging out at The SoCal Riff Ranch!Bởi The Socal Riff Ranch
 
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