May 12, 2022
In this, the last new episode of Season 4 of this podcast, Caitlyn picks up where she left off in Part 1. She and a friend she'd been gardening with started selling salad mix and herbs to places like Tartine and other nearby restaurants. They also established a small CSA for folks in the building where their garden was...
May 10, 2022
There's an unused square block in the Portola District that's Ground Zero in the fight over land in San Francisco.
In this podcast, we learn all about the Greenhouse Project. Volunteer Caitlyn Galloway shares some of the history of the block bordered by Woolsey, Bowdoin, Wayland, and Hamilton streets as well as the...
May 5, 2022
In this podcast, Doug picks up where
he left off in Part 1. He shares stories of his
Jewish family's escape from Nazi Germany and their journey to the
U.S. His dad went to Basel, Switzerland, first. So many of his
friends died in World War II that, after the war ended, he came to
Being highly educated and...
May 3, 2022
Doug Salin has
trouble doing anything longer than one hour.
In this podcast, the career photographer shares his life story with us. We recorded in Doug's house in the Sunnyside, the same place we met and talked with ex-San Francisco poet laureate, Kim Shuck (Part 1 / Part 2). Kim is Doug's life partner, in fact.