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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 ...
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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.
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Join us weekdays at 6 a.m. for a fast-paced daily news podcast that will get you talking — and make you question what’s going here in Western Pennsylvania. In just 15 minutes a day, City Cast Pittsburgh is a smart new way to connect with the Steel City you love. Add us to your feeds today!
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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.
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Utah Auditor John Dougall is picking a fight with the legislature after they made him the state’s new bathroom monitor. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means break down the political implications and bathroom design ideas stemming from this ongoing showdown. Plus, Salt Lakers give their quality of life a C-minus, free bike workshops,…
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Earlier this week representatives from the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools were together in Springfield to lobby the state for increased education funding. CPS schools are currently missing out on over $1 billion based on the state’s evidence-based funding formula. WTTW’s City Hall reporter Heather Cherone and author Arionne Nettl…
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It’s the Friday news roundup! A North Side horse took a river plunge this week, and the state DCNR wants you to weigh in on the next five years in park investments. Plus, few sports legends are headed back to the Burgh for a new fundraiser for the Neighborhood Resilience Project, and we’re pouring one out for all of you who bought tickets to the Su…
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Channel 4’s Mark Segraves joins us to talk about the last aftershocks — we hope — from a scandal in the mayor’s office, a Maryland race that just might be interesting, and whether or not the Nats are for sale, AGAIN. We're the best podcast in the area right? So go vote for us in Washington City Papers Best of 2024! Want some more DC news? Then make…
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Salt Lake can claim another reality TV star now that season two of TLC’s “MILF Manor” has dropped. Businesswoman and certified hot mom Barby Garcia talks to host Ali Vallarta about busting Utah stereotypes and where she absolutely would not take her costars in SLC. Resources and references: Bethenny Frankel’s reality TV union is easier said than do…
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Janet Jackson, The Rolling Stones, Pink, Pearl Jam, and other icons will play Chicago’s biggest arenas and stadiums at hefty prices this summer. But luckily for Chicagoans, we’ve got artists playing every day at some of the coolest venues all around the city that won’t break the bank. City Cast’s Caroline Patton runs Chicago Show Calendar which she…
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It’s getting more and more expensive to eat out in the city. Luckily, DC native Big Schlim’s viral videos are shining a light on the best cheap eats in the city! Schlim is here to tell us his story, and to point us to some favorite spots for what he calls a ‘light pocket meal.’ Vote for us as your favorite local podcast in Washington City Paper! Wa…
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Shake Shack is set to open May 20, and there’s been a lot of debate about whether the Strip District can keep its character with so many national chains moving in. We’re revisiting some of your opinions on The Terminal and its newest burger chain, plus the team is sharing a few new and departing restaurants to round out your week. Check out our tou…
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The U.S Supreme Court is poised to make a big decision around cities’ policing of homelessness in public spaces. University of Utah parks and recreation professor Jeff Rose joins host Ali Vallarta to break down how this court case could impact access to Salt Lake’s parks and have a chilling effect on our First Amendment rights. Resources and refere…
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For the first time in over 200 years, two broods of cicadas are emerging simultaneously. While we have answered what cicadas are, where they’ll emerge, and if they bite, author and Newcity dining and drinking editor David Hammond is more concerned with how they taste. The author shares with host Jacoby Cochran some of his favorite cicada recipes. W…
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If you're looking for a place to rent, the time is now! Adam DiBuo with Neighborhood Legal Services says this late Spring, early Summer period is the peak time for moving into a rental here in Pittsburgh, and he’s sharing an essential checklist to help you sort through the details before you sign a lease – plus, stick around for what to do if thing…
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A bear, affectionately named Otis, was seen in Brookland last week. This is the third black bear sighting in the DMV in less than two weeks! We chatted with Lauren Crossed from the Humane Rescue Alliance to see why bears are roaming the streets, and what to do if you see one. Want some more DC news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newslet…
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The University of Utah will shutter its Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion to comply with a new state law. Producer Ivana Martinez joins host Ali Vallarta to break down what’s at stake for employees. Plus, Utah families are $2.8 million in debt for school lunches. And, we shout out some bagel news in Holladay and a neighborhood resource for…
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A former Loretto Hospital executive has been charged with helping to embezzle money from the West Side hospital during the COVID crisis. And a new report from ProPublica and the New York Times sheds light on an IRS audit of Donald Trump and his eponymous Chicago tower that could cost the former president $100 million. Host Jacoby Cochran and execut…
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After living in Pittsburgh for more than a decade, host Megan Harris is giving herself a challenge: learn how to say one sentence in a convincing Pittsburgh accent. Actor, voice coach, and speech teacher Don Wadsworth is here to provide a Pittsburghese lesson and break down what exactly makes the dialect so distinct. **This episode originally publi…
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More flights out of DCA, big changes to D.C.’s buses and is everyone in D.C. giving up on dating apps? Washington Business Journal’s Nate Doughty joins the City Cast crew to dive into all of it. Vote City Cast DC as your favorite local podcast in Washington City Paper! Want some more DC news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter Hey…
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The Salt Lake City Council is weighing everything from raising sales tax to razing city blocks; Big, controversial decisions that could change the look and feel of our city for decades. Council Chair Victoria Petro tells host Ali Vallarta how she’s making choices on our behalf with “cautious skepticism” — from the mayor’s $475 million budget propos…
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It has been one year since Brandon Johnson was inaugurated as Chicago’s 57th Mayor. Host Jacoby Cochran sits down with the mayor to reflect on his first year in office and his plans for CTA, affordable housing, the Bears, and much more. Want some more City Cast Chicago news? Then make sure to sign up for our Hey Chicago newsletter. Follow us @cityc…
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It’s local budget season in D.C. But don’t let your eyes glaze over quite yet! D.C.’s mayor has proposed a bunch of cuts to fix a $700 million deficit. Her budget director, Jenny Reed, is here to walk us through their proposal and how we got here. Vote for us as your favorite local podcast in Washington City Paper! Want some more DC news? Then make…
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Earlier this year, city officials committed to a plan called Vision Zero, a promise to completely eliminate traffic deaths. Just a few weeks later, a cyclist died after being hit downtown. So what will it take to make Pittsburgh safer for people on our roads? City Cast Pittsburgh’s Megan Harris & Mallory Falk are pulling from a bunch of past episod…
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Hey there! We are excited to share the trailer for a new special limited series from our friends and colleagues at City Cast Denver. If you’re a fan of what we do at City Cast, you’ll want to check it out: You’ve probably heard a story about Congresswoman Lauren Boebert. Like, how she got kicked out of a production of “Beetlejuice” for vaping and g…
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Hey there! We are excited to share the trailer for a new special limited series from our friends and colleagues at City Cast Denver. If you’re a fan of what we do at City Cast, you’ll want to check it out: You’ve probably heard a story about Congresswoman Lauren Boebert. Like, how she got kicked out of a production of “Beetlejuice” for vaping and g…
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Hey there! We are excited to share the trailer for a new special limited series from our friends and colleagues at City Cast Denver. If you’re a fan of what we do at City Cast, you’ll want to check it out: You’ve probably heard a story about Congresswoman Lauren Boebert. Like, how she got kicked out of a production of “Beetlejuice” for vaping and g…
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Hey there! We are excited to share the trailer for a new special limited series from our friends and colleagues at City Cast Denver. If you’re a fan of what we do at City Cast, you’ll want to check it out: You’ve probably heard a story about Congresswoman Lauren Boebert. Like, how she got kicked out of a production of “Beetlejuice” for vaping and g…
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SLC Mayor Erin Mendenhall proposed a $475 million budget to the city council this week. So how will the city use our tax dollars this year? Building Salt Lake editor Taylor Anderson joins host Ali Vallarta to break down the most interesting projects and themes — from the meaning of a “family-friendly” downtown to Sports Lake City. Plus, the wreckin…
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After an eight-day pro-Palestinian protest at University of Chicago, police cleared the encampment on early Tuesday. Invisible Institute’s Trina Reynolds-Tyler and City Bureau’s Sarah Conway are here with the latest. Plus, we discuss the new director of Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, celebrate Chicago’s 2024 Pulitzer Prize win…
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It’s the Friday news roundup! Ben Roethlisberger is being talked about in connection with Donald Trump’s first criminal trial, and it’s not the first time the former Steelers QB has faced unsavory allegations. There’s a ton of literary love coming to our city this weekend via the Pittsburgh Festival of Books, and we’re recommending a few by local a…
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D.C. is considering a major revamp of Chinatown. The team is here to lay out the options. Plus, we detail the controversy over D.C. police and the George Washington University protesters, and the rising cost of Uber. Want to follow up on some episodes we mentioned? Check out Mike and Bridget’s insightful take on D.C.’s weed scene. We also covered t…
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Spring has arrived in Salt Lake City, so it’s time to say “good morning” to our black bear neighbors. Oh, you didn’t know we have bears in Utah? Join the cub. Wes and Jeff Larson of the Tooth and Claw Podcast join host Ali Vallarta to share their tips for handling an encounter with a black bear and their personal stories about their research run-in…
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Summer dance season is almost here. And if Taylor Bennett’s new single “2 Much” is any indication, Footwork is going to be a big part of summertime Chi this year. Born on Chicago’s West and South Sides, the art form pairs fast-paced dancing with uniquely Chicago house and juke music. We talk to Dr. ShaDawn Battle, a lifelong dancer and Footwork his…
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It’s been a year since D.C. voters passed I-82, a referendum to phase out tipped minimum wage. The transition has been rough, largely because no one agrees on what the new normal should be. Washingtonian’s Jessica Sidman is here to walk us through I-82’s fallout and what it means for customers. Vote for us as your favorite local podcast in Washingt…
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The City Cast inbox has been flooded with events and festivals, and we’re highlighting a few that we’re especially excited about. Whether you love Greek food, mac and cheese, strawberries, or beer, there’s probably a weekend for it! We’re chatting through a bunch of early summer events to put on your calendar for May and June. Learn more about our …
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News of the Sundance Film Festival taking bids to leave Utah caused a stir –– but has the writing been on the wall for years? Host and former Sundance staffer Ali Vallarta talks producer Ivana Martinez through the institution’s existential threats and opportunities. And, whether Salt Lake City could convince the festival to stick around. Consider b…
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It’s farmers market season, and we’re here to talk about what you need to know to make the best of it. Executive producer Simone Alicea and host Jacoby Cochran talk about what to do and what not to do when it comes to planning ahead, picking up what’s in season, and their favorite markets in the city. Good news: Wicker Park Plant Sale and Garfield …
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From history and a love for museums to breweries, Philly and D.C. have a lot in common. We caught up with City Cast Philly’s Trenae Nuri to talk about the D.C. - Philly connection. Check out City Cast Philadelphia’s guide to the remaining smoking dive bars in Philly. Want some more DC news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter Hey D…
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If you own an old home, there might be offensive language in your deed barring Black people from owning the property. It’s called a racial covenant, and even though this language isn’t enforceable anymore, it’s still on the books in the subdivisions of at least a few Pittsburgh neighborhoods — and especially in our suburbs. Local writer and histori…
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Smith Entertainment Group is asking SLC taxpayers for $54 million a year, three city blocks, a heliport, and so much more at tonight’s Salt Lake City Council meeting. Salt Lake Tribune reporter Andy Larsen joins host Ali Vallarta to break down what we already know about the sports and entertainment district proposal. Plus, Ali mourns the potential …
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Pro-Palestinian protests have continued at several college campuses across Chicago despite an increased presence of police and counter-protesters. Dozens of protesters were arrested over the weekend at the School of the Art Institute. The City Cast team breaks down the latest. Plus, the temporary Bally’s casino is pulling in less money than expecte…
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The Pittsburgh Marathon may be over, but street closures for 2024 foot races are just getting started. If you were an Art Institute of Pittsburgh student, you might qualify for student loan forgiveness. And City Cast producer Sophia Lo has the latest on local baby animal names, plus one unfortunate penguin eulogy. We always cite our sources: Check …
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Washington Business Journal’s Drew Hansen joins the crew to explain RFK Stadium finally being knocked down, smoking weed outside this summer, and ticketing crackdowns on cars and mopeds alike. Want some more DC news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter Hey DC. You can also become a member, with ad-free listening, for as little as $…
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A brand new, unelected board will oversee the development of a big project near the Utah State Fairpark, hypothetically anchored by a Major League Baseball stadium. Westside Coalition President Dan Strong, the community representative on the board, joins host Ali Vallarta to talk through the best-case scenario for this neighborhood-altering proposa…
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You might not hear them yet, but cicadas have already started emerging in Illinois. Over the next few weeks, overlapping broods are expected to emerge in a rare event where we could see trillions of cicadas. And while the insects might be loud and even a little gross, Insect Asylum founder Nina Salem says we should welcome our new neighbors. Salem …
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From Cava to Little Sesame, the DMV consumes a lot of hummus, and we make and export even more. Axios reporter Anna Spiegel is here to explain her theory that our region is becoming the hummus hub of North America. Want some more DC news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter Hey DC. You can also become a member, with ad-free listeni…
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On its bad days, Pittsburgh has some weird smells – rotten eggs, from pollution along the Mon Valley. That urine scent from all the ginkgo trees. And sometimes when it rains, it smells like wet dog. But these aren’t the scents that local perfume makers think should define the city. We’re bringing back a conversation with City Cast’s Elizabeth Kauma…
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Police broke up pro-Palestine encampments and protests at the University of Utah this week. How does this jibe with the university’s legacy of campus activism? Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means discuss how a generational moment is playing out in Salt Lake City and share picks of the week, from a local cat’s 500-mile journey to th…
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This week as pro-Palestinian protests picked up on campuses across the country, Chicago area students also began setting up encampments demanding universities divest from direct support of Israel as the death toll in Gaza surpasses 34,000 people. Crain’s Chicago reporter Leigh Giangreco and Block Club Chicago’s Maxwell Evans are here with the lates…
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It’s the Friday news roundup! Change is in store for some big summer events: Pride is moving back to the North Side, and the city isn’t sponsoring the annual Juneteenth celebration at Point State Park. Plus, Pittsburgh is expanding the controversial ShotSpotter technology into a new neighborhood, and a local company is sending self-driving tractor …
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Cuneyt Dil of Axios joins the team to talk about the state of downtown, your options for mother’s day, and a red-hot doorman drama in one of the fanciest pieces of real estate. Want to join our Mother’s Day event giveaway? Then become a member, with ad-free listening, for as little as $8 a month. Want some more DC news? Then make sure to sign up fo…
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It’s graduation season for Salt Lake’s high schools and colleges; let the commencement advice commence! Olympic speedskater Erin Jackson is the keynote speaker for Salt Lake Community College’s ceremony, so host Ali Vallarta asked the gold medalist for guidance, from changing careers to overcoming your fears. Consider becoming a founding member of …
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Applications are now open for the Mayor’s Youth Commission, a group of Chicagoans ages 14 to 19 who work to advise the mayor and city leaders. Last year, host Jacoby Cochran sat down with Benjamin Kagan, chair of the commission’s public health group, and Precious Adedokun of the community safety group to learn what it’s like to be a teenager advisi…
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