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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 ...
 
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 our city’s soul with a journalist’s skepticism and an optimist’s heart.
 
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 ...
 
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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Portlanders spend a lot of time crossing the 12 local Willamette River bridges. But have you ever wondered: who are the people in charge of lifting the bridges? Why was my day ruined by an unexpected stop in traffic? Today on the show we have answers from Multnomah County Bridge Operator Tod Richards. You can find more information on the effort to …
 
We’re talking with Alex Jangard from the Boise Maker Shop about the joys of making your own stuff. From pens, to charcuterie boards, and tables, he’s here to convince us that anyone can build something with the right tools and a strong, supportive community. Want some more Boise community stories? Subscribe to our Hey Boise newsletter where you’ll …
 
For the first time in his now five years as governor, Jared Polis is focusing on housing. Whether its an urban, rural, or suburban community, every part of Colorado is just too expensive. So how does our uber-popular, tech-loving, libertarian-leaning governor plan to tackle the housing issue? And what would a hypothetical future Polis-opolis look l…
 
In 2011, Salt Lakers got some new neighbors: Eastern Fox Squirrels. Now, the Natural History Museum of Utah and a City Cast Salt Lake listener are asking if they can actually thrive here! We got answers from NHMU’s Citizen Science Manager Ellen Eiriksson. Submit your fox squirrel and firefly sightings. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter. You…
 
We all talk about how traffic has gotten so much worse in our city and most of the time people conclude its likely due to overcrowding, and people just keeping moving to our city. But, that’s not exactly the case. Contributor Evan Mintz joins lead producer Dina Kesbeh to talk about how our population is shrinking and what might be the cause. More d…
 
The Fraternal Order of Police has been endorsing candidates and spending money in February’s municipal elections. But the union is also hosting its own election next week. The FOP president represents about 10,000 officers, making the union leader one of Chicago’s most prominent public voice. WBEZ criminal justice reporter Chip Mitchell tells host …
 
There have been many things said about Madison. Our own mayor once proposed “77 Square Miles Surrounded By Reality” as our official motto. A flamingo is our official city bird, due to a college prank decades ago. But much like our families, you only get to talk smack when you’re on the inside. To the rest of the world, we are fiercely loyal and pro…
 
Pittsburgh prides itself in our strong steel background, but before this city was the world leader in steel production, we were known for a much more delicate material: glass. Anne Madarasz, chief historian at the Heinz History Center, joins us to discuss Pittsburgh’s legacy as “Glass City U.S.A.” You can learn more Pittsburgh glass history at the …
 
Black History Month is coming up, which has a special significance in a place like D.C. Lily and Eliza Dorton, sisters and high school students, founded the DC Civil Rights Tour App, to let anyone learn more about D.C.'s Black history. Want some more D.C. news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter. We’re also on Twitter! Follow us a…
 
Violent crime is all over TV news. There’s a popular saying in journalism, “if it bleeds, it leads.” But it wasn’t always this way; in fact, the origins of this TV news format trace back to Philly. Host Trenae Nuri speaks with Layla Jones, the economic equity reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer, about the history of this format, how it stereotyp…
 
This week, Vogue, Dayvid and Sonja look at a wild week of news: First up, journalist Jeff German’s murder investigation is back in the news, because his former employer, the Review-Journal, is locked in a battle with the LVMPD over German’s cellphone. So: Is a deceased journalist’s cellphone still protected under Nevada’s shield laws? And what happ…
 
Today, we're bringing you a podcast by our friends over at America’s Test Kitchen called "Proof." Each episode, host Kevin Pang tags along with a reporter as they unearth stories about the history, humanity, and unexpected moments about the foods we love. In this episode of "Proof," host Kevin Pang is the reporter, and he takes on the challenge of …
 
It’s Friday and we’re rounding up the stories that caught our eye this week. Producer Paul Karolyi and host Bree Davies are joined by Denver Post reporter Elizabeth Hernandez to chat all things fowl and lewd (as in crude license plates!) Demand for chicks and home hen house supplies has skyrocketed as consumers reel from the egg shortage, and Eliza…
 
Are Idaho lawmakers scared of young people? Is Boise State’s budget at risk after a rough presentation at the statehouse? Is voting on a ballot initiative going to get a lot harder? And what’s the best local meal you’ve eaten, and was it cooked by one of these James Beard nominated chefs? We’ve got some questions after a big week in news. Boise Sta…
 
Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall graded the city’s performance this week. Would lead producer Emily Means and host Ali Vallarta also give it an “A?” Plus, Sundance rages on despite a setback from the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Services, and we announce the nominees for the “Oscars of Food.” Here is our episode on the Rio Grande Plan [16-m…
 
What happened this week in Houston? Here to talk all about it are Producer Carlignon Jones, producer AK AL-Moumen and contributor Antrechelle Dorsey. They discuss the Tornado that ripped through areas near Houston, the passing of a beloved influencer in our city, how we've been name the dirtiest city in America, and so much more. More on the tornad…
 
This week, Mayor Lori Lightfoot cut the ribbon on a controversial police and firefighter training facility on the West Side. Officials say the 34-acre, $170 million site is needed to modernize the city’s first response service, while opponents have called it a poor investment of city resources in an already under-resourced community. Freelancer Sir…
 
It’s the Friday news roundup! In today’s episode, host Trenae Nuri is joined by Frank Kummer, who covers regional environmental issues for the Philadelphia Inquirer, to discuss why the Boys Scouts are under pressure to sell land in Pennsylvania, the debate surrounding the historic Cobbs Creek Golf Course, and why dead whales have been washing up on…
 
The old Metro boss is now head of transportation in Maryland — what does that mean for DC commuters? Congresspeople are scheming to overrule local voters — how likely are they to succeed? And D.C. is running out of movie theaters. Axios Reporter Cuneyt Dil and Audio Producer Julia Karron join host Michael Schaffer to chat about how they feel about …
 
It’s the Friday news roundup! The City Cast team is discussing one school’s attempt to keep cell phones out of classrooms, why more teens are gathering Downtown, and Mayor Gainey’s plan to review whether Pittsburgh non-profits should start paying property taxes. As always, our Friday shows are powered by great local journalism. Terryaun Bell in Pub…
 
Governor Joe Lombardo gave his first State of the State address on Monday, using the hour to detail a legislative agenda that included election reform, tax cuts, and education funding. Lombardo also took a few jabs at the Democratic legislature on healthcare and criminal justice. With the start of legislative session just around the corner, how wil…
 
More pedestrians were killed by cars in Portland in 2022 than in any of the past 70 years. And a Multnomah County report a few years ago also found that a majority of Portland’s deadly crashes occur in neighborhoods with larger populations of people of color and low-income households. Today on the show we have pedestrian and transportation advocate…
 
This winter’s snow storms have made for some great pow days. But getting to resorts up the Cottonwoods via public transit has been painful — just ask the dozens of skiers getting left behind at the ski bus stop. Kyle Holland from The Red Line Podcast joins host Ali Vallarta to explain where buses are at and where they are headed. Subscribe to our d…
 
They say that necessity is the mother of invention. And boy, do we in the West really need to figure out how to use less water. The federal government has imposed a February 1 deadline for the seven Colorado River Basin states to come up with a new conservation plan, so what would be realistic for us in the Denver metro area to contribute? Colorado…
 
We’re talking with Meridian Library Director Nick Grove about going viral for pushing back against censorship and harassment at a recent Meridian Library Meeting. We get into the safety precautions Nick’s family has had to take, the compassion he has for people in his community living in fear and hate, and why he told the crowd that day that he wou…
 
After the success of “The Bear,” Chicago’s Italian beef sandwich is having a moment. Longtime food critic Kevin Pang has eaten his share of juicy sandwiches, but he wanted to know how to turn a good Italian beef into the best Italian beef. Pang sets out to answer this question in the latest episode of his podcast “Proof” from America’s Test Kitchen…
 
Houston does food right, there’s no debate there. But did you know it’s also crowned for having one of the largest lists of diverse halal restaurants? From Tex-Mex, to BBQ to crepes, the list is long. Here to explore just what makes food halal and how the halal food scene exploded in our city is Faraz Ahmed. He’s one of the people behind the Instag…
 
What if we told you lions would be roaming State Street, devouring heads of lettuce and licking the doors of local businesses? Another day in the life in Madison? Yes, and it’s all part of the celebration of Lunar New Year, happening around the world from January 22 to February 5. In Madison, we’re celebrating on State Street with the Lion Dancers …
 
Let’s hit the slopes. There are great mountains and indoor spots to ski and snowboard near the Philly area. Host Trenae Nuri and Alisha Wiles, trip lead for the Philly Freeriders, break down some of the best places to go no matter your skill level. The Philly Free Riders’ next trip is to Jay Peak. You can stay connected with the Philly Freeriders M…
 
If you’re planning to get something sweet for Valentine’s Day, need to load up the cookie table at your Pittsburgh wedding, or just want to know where to get the flakiest croissants in the city, the City Cast team has you covered. We're rounding up some of the best treats we've tried from local bakeries that cater to everyone. Our recommendations i…
 
City Cast D.C.’s single ladies have grabbed the mic to chat about dating in D.C. Spoiler alert: it’s hard. So dating coach Erika Ettin, a.k.a. "A Little Nudge" on Instagram, is here to walk us through everything from setting up your dating profile to what you should say AFTER a date, whether it’s gone good, bad, or somewhere in between. And from th…
 
To no one’s surprise, Baz Luhrmann’s blockbuster hit “Elvis” got several Oscar nods yesterday, including nominations for Best Picture and Best Actor. So should you add “Elvis” to your lineup of pre-Academy Awards movie nights? The City Cast Las Vegas team watched the film together last fall — and we’ve got mixed feelings. Today, Vogue, Dayvid and L…
 
On our hunt for Denver’s best street tacos, we stumbled on a story we had to share: After decades working in other peoples’ restaurants on the Northside, Jose Ramirez ventured into the suburbs to open Los Dos Potrillos in 2002. Serving his version of Colorado’s famed green chile alongside dishes reflecting his hometown of Jerez, Zacatecas in Mexico…
 
What has a straw, a handle, and a matte pastel finish? Why, it’s the Stanley Adventure Quencher 40 oz. Tumbler, of course. If you don’t know what we’re talking about, don’t worry, because Meg Walter, features editor at the Deseret News, is here to explain the phenomenon. This episode first aired on July 19, 2022. Subscribe to our daily morning news…
 
It can be a real struggle to rent in the Treasure Valley, even though home prices have started to go down. For Nicolette Clark, finding her $850 unit in Nampa two years ago was a lucky break — until her landlord turned off the heat during a winter cold snap. Now, she’s sharing her story with some red flags to look for before signing your next lease…
 
Harwin Drive is the place many say you can find almost anything your heart desires. No matter if its clothing, party supplies, jewelry, or furniture this street has it all! This bargain shopping strip near Hillcroft Street in Southwest Houston has been called “Houston’s best-kept secret,” and today we’re unveiling it with Sam Kesbeh, who has owned …
 
Dry January is a time of year to help us explore our relationships with alcohol. But Adriana Gaspar and Héctor Díaz, founders of In Good Spirits, facilitate sober experiences in Chicago year-round. They tell lead producer Carrie Shepherd about the community they’ve created and how to get involved. Some news: The Doomsday Clock has been set at 90 se…
 
Did you know that D.C. is one of the worst cities for odometer fraud? Emilie Voss from Carfax says it’s making buying a car more expensive AND making all of us less safe out on the roads. Head to Carfax to get a report on your used car. Need even more DC news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter. We’re also on Twitter! Follow us at…
 
This time of year, it can seem like Pittsburgh’s been stripped of every color except gray. But if you look closely enough, you might catch a pop of color from a ghost sign. They’re the faded, old-timey advertisements painted on the sides of brick buildings. To beat the winter blues, we’re revisiting our conversation with City Cast contributor (and …
 
On Monday, the Philadelphia Housing Authority made 10,000 spots available on its Housing Choice Voucher waitlist. Formerly know as Section 8, this waitlist has been closed for the past 12 years, and a lottery will determine which Philadelphians can potentially receive affordable housing assistance. Trenae Nuri spoke with Rasheed Ajamu, lifelong Phi…
 
Last week, the Artisan Hotel near the Strip made national news when its owners announced their plans to re-invent the venue as a “cannabis-friendly” resort. Why? Well, while weed might be legal in Nevada, Vegas isn’t exactly tourist-friendly when it comes to consumption — there’s a ban on public use, and so far, that includes hotels. With other sta…
 
Food carts are easily the beating heart of Portland’s food culture, but they’re facing a new challenge. An Oregon law about managing wastewater went into effect in Multnomah County on January 1st. Many owners are saying compliance is too expensive and nearly impossible— some are even shutting down completely. Brooke Jackson-Glidden, editor for Eate…
 
It’s Tuesday and we’ve got everything you need to know about the local stories Denverites are talking about: Meth residue found inside libraries in Englewood, Boulder, and Littleton is causing concern, the gun debate heats up at the Capitol after another mass shooting, and we regret to inform you that the Aurora police department is at it again. Pl…
 
It’s a new year and a new you, but are you still drinking the same old coffee? Host Emma Arnold is talking Boise coffee shops with Producer Evelyn Avitia and Hey Boise Newsletter Editor Blake Hunter. They talk best communities, best specialty coffees, and which shops left us considering a switch to water. So what are you drinking? Want to rant or r…
 
What drew Planned Parenthood Association of Utah CEO Karrie Galloway to the organization in the 1980s? Her belief in responsible, safe, and good sex. More than 40 years (and many legislative fights) later, Galloway is retiring. She talks with host Ali Vallarta about how conversations around sex have changed in deep red Utah. Subscribe to our daily …
 
The Chicago Tribune reported Friday that Congressman and mayoral candidate Jesús “Chuy” García is referenced in court filings in former Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan’s corruption case. Incumbent Mayor Lori Lightfoot has been going after García’s ties to Madigan in an ad, but the City Cast Chicago team says the attack seems thin. Host Jacoby C…
 
City Cast contributor Jaime González explains the deep history and surprising substrates of our daily commutes. Interested in being the new host of City Cast Houston? Click here to apply! Looking for more Houston news? Then sign up for our morning newsletter Hey Houston Follow us on Twitter and Instagram Have feedback or a show idea? Let us know! o…
 
From potholes and speeders to construction in your neighborhood, local government can make your life easier… or it can infuriate. Who do you want making choices on your behalf? All 20 members of the Madison Common Council are up for election soon… with some interesting twists in some neighborhoods. Producer Dylan Brogan gives us the scoop on who’s …
 
Mayor Bowser’s office has an ambitious plan to revitalize DC’s downtown, and a big part of it is getting remote workers back in physical offices. There’s even a bill at the federal level that would give agencies 30 days to get people back to working in-person. But the bill’s controversial, as are some other parts of Bowser’s so-called “Comeback Pla…
 
Ever wondered what questions non-locals have about Philly? Which stereotypes are true and which ones need debunking? In today’s episode, City Cast CEO David Plotz asks host Trenae Nuri about jawn, “Abbott Elementary,” Philly cheesesteaks, who gets to say they’re from Philly, and much more. Want to dive deeper into the word “jawn”? Check out our epi…
 
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