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Storied: San Francisco

Sep 26, 2018

Bertha Fajardo has been with the Giants since 1997. In this podcast, she talks in more detail about the work she does with the Giants, which involves both current and former players, their families, and groups in the city and around the Bay Area.

In case you missed it, check out Part 1 of Bertha's episode.

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Sep 25, 2018

Bertha Fajardo grew up going to games at both Candlestick Park and the Oakland Coliseum. Her dad and uncles got her started, but her love of the game survived her teenage years, and in 1997, she got a job with the Giants. In her role as manager of Community and Family Programs, Bertha oversees much of the charitable...

Sep 20, 2018

​Mike Lynch paid his dues in San Francisco. His business, Babylon Burning, which he's owned since 1999 and which has been open since 1976, recently attained legacy status with the city.

In this podcast, Mike talks about what it means to own a small business here. He shares his aim to support other local...

Sep 18, 2018

Mike Lynch grew up in Maine. In the 1980s, so many of his New England friends had moved to San Francisco that he decided to give it a try. More than 30 years later, he owns a business and a home and has a family.

In this episode, Mike talks about the printing jobs he had, which eventually led him to the shop he owns...

Sep 11, 2018

Pepper Alexandria is a belly dancer and dance instructor these days. She puts on a big show every year called Carnival of Stars. She moved to San Francisco in 1968, in the heyday of the hippie movement.

In this podcast, Pepper talks about shows she went to, bands she knew, and venues they played at. She shares stories...