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City Cast is the daily, local audio companion you knew DC needed. Washingtonians are gritty, proud, and resilient — necessary qualities for a community facing issues that range from an affordability crisis to the fight for statehood to the movement for racial justice… and useful qualities for a region full of whip-smart people, dynamic culture, and constant change. Washingtonians are deeply passionate about our city, whose story is still being written, and City Cast DC is here to tell it. Ev ...
 
Chicago’s daily news podcast, fresh every weekday at 6 a.m. Host Jacoby Cochran brings you timely conversations with news and culture makers; activists and artists; bus drivers and students; those who love and hate this place—all in 15 minutes a day. It’s a smart and delightful new way to connect with the city we share. Learn more and subscribe to our morning newsletter at citycast.fm/chicago.
 
City Cast Salt Lake is Salt Lake City’s daily news podcast. Host Ali Vallarta and a bevy of smart and entertaining locals will bring you conversations about the issues that matter most to SLC. Some days City Cast will make you proud; other days it’ll make you angry. It will celebrate Salt Lake’s triumphs, (try to) solve its mysteries, and explore its history. City Cast will help you feel more connected to the Wasatch Front – whether you’ve lived here for 6 months or 6 generations.
 
Food, culture, news and nature in the sweaty Bayou City. Join Host Lisa Gray and the City Cast Houston team as we celebrate and interrogate this sprawling place with our favorite journalists, thinkers, leaders, neighbors and gadflies. Learn more and subscribe to our daily morning newsletter at houston.citycast.fm.
 
Join Host Bree Davies and the City Cast Denver crew every weekday morning as we celebrate, explore, and challenge an ever-changing Denver. It’s the daily news podcast for all Denverites — whether you’ve been here for six months or six generations. We’ll break down the news you need (and want) to know with journalists and culture makers; activists and artists; neighbors and ne’er-do-wells — and John Elway, if he ever returns our calls. Learn more and subscribe to our morning newsletter at cit ...
 
City Cast Philly is the daily news podcast about the city you love (and maybe sometimes hate?) and the Philadelphians who are working hard every day to make this place better. Each weekday morning, host Trenae Nuri will chat with people all across Philly’s diverse neighborhoods about issues that matter to you. Whether that’s what do I even do on the weekends in this city with endless options, or how do I get the bus to actually stop, or how is this city going to keep our kids safe and educat ...
 
City Cast Las Vegas is a daily podcast and newsletter created by and for locals (and locals-at-heart) that’ll challenge the easy narratives about our city … and, okay, maybe confirm a few of them, too. Las Vegas is a city of reinvention, bursting at the seams as it welcomes newcomers into its various incarnations as a service-worker union town, a military town, a college town, and, most recently, a sports town. There’s a four-mile street testifying to our entrepreneurial genius, not far from ...
 
Madison is the Midwest’s less-and-less kept secret, a rapidly growing tech hub with appetites as diverse as cheese curds and James Beard-award-winning charcuterie. And on City Cast Madison, we talk about all of it (curds included). Join us every weekday morning for can’t-miss conversations about what’s happening in Madison, with a dose of local news to keep you up to speed. Host Bianca Martin collects people wherever she goes, like an endless conga line. On City Cast Madison, she peers into ...
 
City Cast Portland captures the one-of-a-kind creative spirit of this place and tackles who we are and where we’re going — from big deals, like equity and livability, to tiny delights, like the city's most wonderful doughnut. Our home is teeming with creativity and controversy, natural beauty and impossibly good food and drink. Host Claudia Meza is so over the notion that ‘Portland is over.’ On the show, she’ll revive your civic pride and stir you to help create local change — through conver ...
 
City Cast Boise is the daily news podcast that connects us to the city we love. With a companion newsletter, it’s the place where curiosity and passion for Boise meet. Host Emma Arnold local comedian and podcaster, and she’s excited to talk about people, places, and problems that matter to you. Every weekday morning, Emma will introduce you to your neighbors — from newcomers to born-and-raised Boiseans. It’s like eavesdropping on a great conversation overheard at your favorite downtown coffe ...
 
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A while back, a bumper sticker made its way around town: “Fred & Toody, Not Fred & Carrie!” In the most classic (passive-aggressive) Portland way, it pointed out the schism that Portlandia (with Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein) had created between some old Portlanders and the new ones. Fred and Toody Cole were the husband and wife duo behind the…
 
The holidays are here! Which means it’s time to entertain yourself and your visiting family. City Cast DC contributor Cornelia Poku is here to tell us how to hit up the local Christmas markets, ice rinks, and of course, which bar and restaurant pop-ups are worth your money. Want some more DC news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newslette…
 
A couple of weeks ago, The College of Southern Nevada’s mariachi team, Mariachi Plata, became back-to-back winners at the biggest college mariachi competition in the country. They’ve only been around for three years, so how did they reach the top so fast? Mariachi Plata’s co-director, Fernando Gonzalez, and one of his students, Debbie Carrillo, tel…
 
The Denver Post published a blockbuster three-part investigation last week, unveiling the spokes of an international criminal conspiracy with Denver as a key hub — the Denver Art Museum, in fact. Their fifth floor Bunker Gallery is so-named for Emma C. Bunker, “The Scholar,” as she was known in court papers connected to the scheme. From her Denver …
 
On Dec. 5, 1982, a man was found dead in a local church of cyanide poisoning with $1900 and a note signed with a false name in his pocket. We talk with KTVB’s Alexandra Duggan about the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of William L. Toomey, the scandal that took down the priest who found his body, and how likely cold cases like this a…
 
Ready for more construction on I-15? The Utah Department of Transportation is making plans to widen the section between Salt Lake and Farmington to as many as 23 lanes (with shoulders). But who pays the price for all this urban sprawl? Host Ali Vallarta asks Sen. Todd Weiler, R-Woods Cross, how he’s thinking about this controversial project, becaus…
 
Season three of “South Side” premieres Thursday on HBOMax. The comedy follows various characters — from workers at a rent-to-own store to wannabe rappers to cops — as they make their hustle on Chicago’s South Side. Creators Diallo Riddle (who plays Allen Gayle), Sultan Salahuddin (Simon), and Bashir Salahuddin (Officer Goodnight) tell host Jacoby C…
 
The real-estate firm Concept Neighborhood aims to make The Plant/Second Ward, an area just east of downtown Houston, far more walkable, and to add lots of fizzy, interesting shops and places to hang out. Most shocking of all, they want to keep the neighborhood affordable for working-class Houstonians. Is that even possible? And how will they make m…
 
Violence at gas stations in the city has risen sharply in recent years. City Cast Philly host Trenae Nuri talks with Mensah Dean, Philadelphia reporter at The Trace, about how gas stations fit into this larger gun violence crisis in the city. Read Mensah’s full story for The Trace here. If you’re looking for gun violence resources, check out Up The…
 
Racist myths around the difficulty of tattooing melanated skin has created a toxic culture in the industry, and there are businesses in Pittsburgh where Black people are actually denied service or discouraged from getting inked. Rita Santana, a tattoo artist and co-owner of Three Fates Tattoo Studio in East Liberty, joins us to bust those myths and…
 
It’s election season… again?! If you want to run for local office in Madison, the clock’s ticking. You’ve got this month to apply. We talk to Madison’s newest alder to learn what it takes to be part of City Hall. Sabrina Madison represents the far east side of Madison and was appointed in October. Want some more Madison news delivered right to your…
 
On November 18, a mass shooting DIDN’T take place at D.C.’s Jackson-Reed High School. But the day was still traumatic. After reports of gunshots, the school went into lockdown. Kids huddled in rooms, some sent goodbye texts to families; others sat in classrooms where the teachers kept on teaching. We talked to the school newspaper’s Co-Editor-In-Ch…
 
Hello, sweet, sweet Friday. We’re back in your feeds with a roundup of the week’s news. Vogue, Davyid & Scott start things off with some BIG news for Nevada: President Biden has announced he’ll approve the designation of Avi Kwa Ame as a national monument! That’s right, a protected area for night skies, nature, and the sacred Spirit Mountain, right…
 
It’s been a busy week of news in Boise, so host Emma Arnold’s chatting about the stories behind the headlines with the Idaho Capital Sun’s Kelcie Moseley-Morris and our Hey Boise Newsletter Editor Blake Hunter. From recent tort claims filed by two abortion rights protesters against the City of Boise and Boise Police to an independent investigation …
 
What does it mean to have a safe space? We tackle that question from two different directions in this week’s Friday news round-up. First, Club Q’s owner has pledged to re-open after the mass shooting left 5 dead and 22 injured less than two weeks ago. Will it still be a respite for the LGBTQ community of Colorado Springs? And second, dozens of pare…
 
Hello weekend, my old friend. Lead producer Emily Means joins host Ali Vallarta to talk about Rocky Anderson’s rebrand as he launches his mayoral campaign (again) and whether the value of alfalfa is worth the water it uses. Plus, Ali is vindicated in her analysis that yes, it is actually really cold. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter here. …
 
The filing deadline for the February municipal election was Monday. One name that won’t be on the ballot for the first time in over 50 years is Southwest Side 14th Ward Ald. Ed Burke. The indicted alderperson decided to quietly bow out of the race as he faces a federal corruption trial and an unfavorably redrawn ward. We are joined by WTTW politics…
 
What happened this week in Houston? Host Lisa Gray and University of Houston historian Raúl Ramos hash out the news. Conflict between Houstonians and state regulators over boil water notice. Issues continue after boil water notice is lifted. The statement by Governor Greg Abbott on "Defending Texas Against Invasion". The Texas Tribune reporting on …
 
It’s the Friday news roundup! This week, host Trenae Nuri is joined by Denise Clay-Murray, a freelance journalist and City Cast Philly’s political contributor, and Vanessa Maria Graber, the director of News Voices at Free Press and the Philly president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. The trio discuss the latest developments in …
 
It’s our first ever live taping! We’re at Politics and Prose Union Market, but we’re still talking about the news in D.C. — like the far too many judicial vacancies, some National Zoo news, and holiday book suggestions. City Cast CEO David Plotz and Anton Bogomazov, who is the Chief Adult Book Buyer at Politics and Prose, join host Michael Schaffer…
 
It’s the Friday news roundup! Today the team’s discussing the controversy around funds for Pittsburgh parks, why Republicans will have a (temporary) majority in the state House even though Democrats won control, and where to get local holiday gifts. As always, our Friday shows are powered by great local journalism. Ladimir Garcia, Terryaun Bell, an…
 
If you love good food, Chinatown is THE happening neighborhood in Las Vegas right now, says Lorraine Blanco Moss. Lorraine is not only a producer at KNPR and host of the podcast Exit Spring Mountain, she’s also a professional chef who’s cooked in high-end kitchens on the Strip — so you’re going to want all of her insider knowledge on where to eat a…
 
If you saw Donny Osmond in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, you may have had, oh, we don’t know –– a queer awakening! More than 20 years later, Provo-based theater director Kacey Spadafora has a technicolor dream of his own: to revive this story as the big gay musical he always knew it could be. He tells host Ali Vallarta what it would…
 
The Libertarian Party celebrates its 51st birthday next week — that’s 51 years pushing a fiscally conservative, socially liberal agenda. And the party’s origins trace back to a living room in the Denver suburbs — Westminster! — when a group of people fed up with the Nixon administration imagined a different way. Their message has shaped Colorado in…
 
We’re talking with Jodi Eichelberger from Surel’s Place about why Garden City is becoming the hottest neighborhood in town. Amazing galleries, great hangs, and fabulous First Fridays. One has to ask, is GC the new downtown? Check out this map with all the First Friday happenings, going down Friday Dec. 2 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Want some more local eve…
 
When City Cast Chicago first talked to Dion Dawson in 2021, he said, “Englewood was everything that I needed it to be.” Dawson is the founder of Dion’s Chicago Dream, which delivers free fresh produce to families across Chicago. He gives host Jacoby Cochran recommendations of things to eat, see, and do in the South Side neighborhood where he grew u…
 
Could you, in a pinch, buy your holiday gifts at Texas’ biggest, beaver-iest roadtrip stop? The City Cast crew gives it a go, considering everything from $400 bluebonnet “paintings” to two-for-a-buck chocolates. Curious about what else Buc-ees may have to offer? Stop by and tell us what you found for the Holiday season. Sign up for our morning news…
 
There’s been a push to require that all D.C. childcare workers have college degrees, and the first set of new regulations go into effect today. But, people who disagree with the law say it’s putting a lot of qualified people out of work. Today we're hearing from Robert McNamara from the Institute For Justice and Councilmember Christina Henderson as…
 
The new five-part podcast series, “Stop and Frisk: Revisit or Resist” from WHYY and the Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting explores the history of the complicated policing practice that’s been deemed unconstitutional by federal courts, and why some city officials in Philadelphia want to bring it back. City Cast Philly host Trenae Nuri c…
 
Between eggnog, spiked cider, and mulled wine, the holiday season is a time for cheers and indulgence. But for those of you who prefer to take part in the happiest season sober - or just want the occasional break from booze - the City Cast team is rounding up our favorite Pittsburgh mocktails. Plus, we answer the question: what's the fuss about a f…
 
As people find themselves with more downtime around the holidays, the age old question presents itself: what do we watch? Luckily, there is no shortage of movies that are about, set in, or mention our city. So what makes a Vegas movie and which ones are worth watching? Co-host Dayvid Figler sits down with cinephile, poet, and professor Gregory Cros…
 
We’re getting into the holiday spirit with Emma’s festive friend Jocelyn Robertson. We talk about the best light displays, the cheeriest trees, bathrobes in nativity scenes, and why we’d rather be in bed than at the Potato Drop. A few unique ideas: Eat at Yen Ching and watch downtown shoppers as the snow falls. Skate on Caldwell’s ice ribbon in Ind…
 
With no fewer than 20 declared candidates, the race to be Denver’s next mayor seems to be getting more crowded by the day. And more of those candidates might have a fighting chance this year, thanks to the new Fair Elections Fund, which matches certain campaign contributions with public money. But there’s only so much money available, and some of t…
 
There are a lot of things city slickers need in this life: a good hairstylist, a credit score, a cell phone. How about a will? It’s a bit morbid, we know. But what will happen to your belongings (or your pet) if you don’t have one? Host Ali Vallarta talks with Candace Waters, a cool young estate lawyer, about why you should write a quick will — eve…
 
Montrose — Houston’s most walkable neighborhood, full of interesting places to eat, drink, and hang out — remains the center of LGBTQ life in Houston. Rice professor Brian Reidel talks about Montrose’s past and its gentrified present. Want to explore the beauty of Montrose? Check out some of these places below! The Menil Rudyards Katz Deli Want to …
 
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot recently boasted that Chicago is the 4th best city in the U.S. for startups. The Chicago Innovation Awards are one way companies get their ideas to the rest of the world. Earlier this month, Chicago Innovation gave the “Up and Comer” award to a company called Joe and Bella, which makes adaptive apparel aimed at older ad…
 
Today is the last day of Native American Heritage Month, but we shouldn’t limit conversations about Indigenous culture to November. So we’re joined by Dana Hedgepeth and Mary Phillips to chat about the rich history of D.C.’s indigenous communities and all the ways to celebrate them. Also, we’re doing our first live taping TODAY! It’s happening at t…
 
Tereneh Idia has been a voice for local Black women through her art and writing, but she is taking a break from the city. In her last column for the Pittsburgh City Paper, she decided to answer a question she's been posed before: “What would I tell a Black woman about moving to Pittsburgh?" Idia opens up to us about the challenges of being a Black …
 
Philadelphia is full of family-owned businesses that get passed down from generation to generation. For the Anastasio family, their seafood and produce business of the early 20th-century blossomed into something completely different. Now, the family runs Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House at the historic Italian Market in South Philly. So, …
 
Decades after his passing, mid-century architect Paul Revere Williams is finally getting his due: He was the first Black certified architect west of the Mississippi, the first Black member of the American Institute of Architects, and the first to receive the AIA’s Gold Medal, its highest honor, posthumously in 2017. Despite the prejudices of the er…
 
Have you heard about Mongo? His story brought Utah’s wild horse conundrum close to home and served as unusually good press for the Bureau of Land Management’s wild horse roundups. Growth, land use, and the good old fashioned “way of life” question are all at stake in Utah’s wild horse debacle — which host (and horse girl) Ali Vallarta and Salt Lake…
 
We’re talking with Alley Repertory Theater’s Buffie Main about their upcoming production of “Cabaret.” We jazz hand into the similarities between Boise and pre-war Berlin, the rise of fascism, and how VAC is being transformed into the Kit Kat Club for the show. Want some more Boise news? Check out Hey Boise, our newsletter that gives you a cheatshe…
 
It’s a milestone year for Su Teatro, the 50-year-old Westside institution and third-oldest Chicano theater in the country. They’re also close to paying off the mortgage on their building, cementing their place in a part of town that has seen so much change — and displacement — over the years. Host Bree Davies sits down with Su Teatro’s Executive Ar…
 
Madison is home to the first-ever electric fire truck in use in the United States. The truck has saved 60,000 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in its first year of operation. And Madison firefighters are helping design the next generation of electric vehicles for the country, as cities look to transition their fleet away from diesel-guz…
 
Chicago once had the second highest population of Polish people in the world outside of Warsaw, and many called Jackowo, which is the Northwest Side neighborhood Avondale, home. Back in March, we talked to Mary Wisniewski and Joanna Marszalek, who have both lived in Jackowo and shared their stories of family, migration, and Polish bakeries. They wr…
 
Why buy your holiday gifts from Amazon or big-box stores? You’ll find cooler stuff at locally owned businesses — and patronizing them helps keep Houston interesting. M-K-T in the Heights. Anvil Cards. Murder By The Book. Brazos Bookstore. Blue Willow Bookshop. Celebration Company. Cacao & Cardamom. Crumbville, TX. Erica DelGardo Jewelry Designs. Ro…
 
Back in the 1960s and 70s, there once was a movement to bring UFO-like buildings to the city. They were large, pre-made pods known as Futuro. They were going to modernize American living, but these spaceship looking homes flopped. City Cast Philly host Trenae Nuri talks with Kevin Riordan of The Philadelphia Inquirer about the Futuro homes that sur…
 
It’s Giving Tuesday. And whether you’re writing a check or planning to volunteer your time, you’ll want to know whether you can trust the organizations you’re donating to. The Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington publishes an annual guide to local giving, and they’re here with some timely advice. This year, make your Giving Tuesday donati…
 
The Pittsburgh Glass Center may be the hottest recurring character on reality shows this year. The local institution has been renowned in the glass art community for years, but the average Pittsburgher might not have realized what a gem we had in our city. That changed with shows like Netflix’s “Blown Away” and the Disney+ Christmas Special “Best i…
 
Like many Las Vegans, the beloved sandwich shop Capriotti’s wasn’t born in this town — but they made Las Vegas their home. Since moving their headquarters to Las Vegas, Capriotti’s has integrated themselves into the community so much so that some think they did start here! Today, co-host Dayvid Figler chats with Chief Operating Officer David Bloom …
 
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