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Larry ‘Bubbles’ Brown remembers Robin Williams

Larry ‘Bubbles’ Brown remembers Robin Williams

On today’s show, David talks with his old friend and fellow San Franciscan comedian Larry ‘Bubbles’ Brown about the passing of Robin Williams, and how Robin touched so many peoples lives. Everything from their beginnings at the Holy City to how they really feel about San Francisco is discussed, so sit back and remember Robin Williams […]

Robin Williams, Ralph Nader and Jamie Saginor

Robin Williams, Ralph Nader and Jamie Saginor

On today’s show, David talks to resident film critic and fellow San Franciscan Michael Snyder about the films of Robin Williams. Then, an extended excerpt from this past week’s The Ralph Nader Radio Hour where David and Ralph talk about the situation in Gaza. After that, Laura House and Jerry Stahl talk food and diet […]

From The Archives: Robin Williams

From The Archives: Robin Williams

Paul Dooley, Jeremy Kramer, Rick Overton, Chris Pina, Janie Haddad Tompkins, and Robin Williams. Musical Guest Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys. Written by Dylan Brody, Frank Conniff, Ray James, Guy Nicolucci, Steve Rosenfield, Robert Smigel, and Ben Zelevansky. Executive Producer is Troy Conrad. Mixed and engineered by Alex Steen. Edited by Darren Ayres, […]

Are you baffled by technology? Ask a six-year-old: They know more than 45-year-olds

Are you baffled by technology? Ask a six-year-old: They know more than 45-year-olds

Ofcom study finds teens of 14 and 15 are most confident with technology More than 60 per cent of adults over 55 admitted they struggle with gadgets Under-eights have never known a world without social networks   | Updated: 18:13 EST, 6 August 2014 Experts: Children as young as six have a better understanding of modern […]

Rob Ford the Musical: Crack-smoking mayor’s doppelganger beats 100 other actors to win starring role in play (but his hair is dyed)

Rob Ford the Musical: Crack-smoking mayor’s doppelganger beats 100 other actors to win starring role in play (but his hair is dyed)

Sheldon Bergstrom to play role of Toronto’s controversial mayor Rob Ford Producers say resemblance and talent key as he beat 100 others to the part The 42-year-old Canadian actor has dyed his hair blond for the musical  Rob Ford the Musical: Birth of A Ford Nation will debut in September Show charts past year of […]

Six Essential Elliott Smith Songs

Six Essential Elliott Smith Songs

 On this day 45 years ago, Steven Paul Smith AKA Elliott Smith was born. While he died in October 2003, his music and legacy will continue to live on as one of the most influential singer-songwriters of the late 90s. If fact, you can hear a lot of his influence in music today from The […]

T.J. Miller: Spit Take Master

T.J. Miller: Spit Take Master

T.J. Miller was a recent guest on the morning talk show ‘Morning Blend’ where he showed off his amazing spit take talents. Here’s the results:

BREAKING NEWS: Some Bullsh*t Happening Somewhere

BREAKING NEWS: Some Bullsh*t Happening Somewhere

Shadoe Stevens Returns!

Shadoe Stevens Returns!

You are in for a treat! The return of Shadoe Stevens! Laura and Jerry talk to Shadoe about Blackout Television, meditation and other interesting things related to his show Mental Radio. Plus, Jerry and Shadoe talk about drugs….it’s a great show, so grab your favorite beverage, keep running or exercising (if that’s what your doing), or pull […]

Could the moon fuel Earth for 10,000 years?

Could the moon fuel Earth for 10,000 years?

Helium 3 in dumped on moon’s surface in vast quantities by solar winds. The rare helium isotope could power clean fusion plants back on Earth It could be extracted from the moon by heating the lunar dust to 600°C Astronauts would then shuttle the nonradioactive material back to Earth  While China has expressed an interest, it […]

Meet George Jetson’s 3D printed food

Meet George Jetson’s 3D printed food

Technology would provide soldiers on the front line with nourishing meals Could replenish energy levels, rebuild muscle and increase vitamin intake Would also reduce the cost of importing food into war zones, it is claimed Food printers are connected to computers that feature ‘software’ menus They work like inkjet printers, deposit layers of chemicals to […]

Remembering James S. Brady

Remembering James S. Brady

He performed the day-to-day job of White House press secretary for barely two months, but there is good reason why Jim Brady held that title for all eight years of the Reagan administration — and why the White House Briefing Room is named in his honor today. Brady’s brave survival of a near-fatal head wound […]

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