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In this Part 2 episode with author Cary McClelland of the book Silicon City, Podcast By The Bay goes live after the interview (From Part 1) and dives into a discussion about the state of the SF Bay Area society.  Patrick, Andre, and Cary all offer perspectives and push the discussion to the next level conversing on topics such as technology, housing, society, and the future state.  Discussion took place in July 2019. Stay Tuned!

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In this Part 1 episode, Podcast By The Bay speaks with the author Cary McClelland about his book entitled Silicon City- San Francisco in the Long Shadow of the Valley.  Silicon City showcases an honest perspective of reality, rapid change, and the state of society featuring SF Bay area residents in their own eyes.  Cary discusses his vision and what this work represents, and also approaches on the framework for solutions to the issues at hand. Cary was interviewed in July 2019. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay takes you back to 1969 and celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the iconic rock concert Woodstock.  We speak with radio producer and personality Tim McGovern who attended the concert first hand, and recounts his journey to the festival and offers perspective on what it represented for the people, the times, and our society. This episode features music by Andre DeVito.  Tim was interviewed in July 2019. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay sits down with CA State Senator for District 13 Jerry Hill to discuss many of the issues affecting District 13 including housing, transit, P.G.&E, and perspective on recent legislation such as SB 50 Zoning.  Senator Hill also offers insight on some of the key topics that have been apart of his career in public service including the San Bruno Pipeline Fire, the Smoking Ban, and Martins Beach.  This episode features music by Leo DeVito.  Senator Hill was interviewed in July 2019 Stay Tuned!

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In this Part 2, Podcast By The Bay continues their coverage of last months CA Democratic Convention that happened here in San Francisco.  Patrick and Andre capture the electricity of the event featuring interviews with the Presidential candidate Julian Castro, outgoing CA Arab Caucus President Iyad Afalqa, and clips with Actor Danny Glover, CA State Senator Wiener, and many of the participants who were their on the floor.   Patrick and Andre continues the fun in this fun part 2 episode coverage of the CA Democratic Convention. Stay Tuned!

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In this Part 1, Podcast By The Bay brings you to the floor of last months CA Democratic Convention that happened here in San Francisco. Patrick and Andre capture the electricity of the event featuring interviews with the Presidential candidate Eric Swalwell, and local activist, delegate, and Peninsula Young Democrat member Alex Melendrez. Finally we feel the Burn with Bernie Sander's electrifying speech recorded on the floor of the convention. Patrick and Andre take you there in this fun part 1 episode coverage of the CA Democratic Convention. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay returns to local coverage and interviews the group FC Watchdog and their efforts to recall the elected official Vice-Mayor Herb Perez of Foster City.  We also talk ACA-4 which is the Assembly Amendment to update the voting age to 17 years with Nick Lochrie who is the intern for Assemblymember and Speaker Pro Tem Kevin Mullin and also a member of the group Peninsula Young Democrats.  This episode features music by Leo DeVito.  All interviews were in June 2019- Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay continues their candidate coverage for the CA District 13 Senate seat with current Millbrae councilwoman and former Mayor Anne Oliva.  Anne brings much public service experience and discusses her vision for District 13 on many issues including the sea level rise, homelessness, housing, transportation, and education.  Anne also explains what has motivated her to jump into the CA State Senate race and where her focus and passion will be.  Anne was interviewed in May 2019. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay continues their candidate coverage for the CA District 13 Senate seat and sits down with Josh Becker.  Josh brings a wealth of experience with a background in public service and technology, and provides vision and knack for problem solving in his approach on addressing many of the issues affecting District 13.  He also provides insight for his views on transportation, education, housing, and homelessness, and also vision on the future of tech and AI.  Josh was interviewed in March 2019. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay continues their candidate coverage for the CA District 13 Senate seat and sits down with former Assemblymember for District 22 Sally Lieber.  Sally brings much experience as a state policy maker and discusses her vision and problem solving ideas for District 13 on issues such as housing, transportation, regionalism, homelessness, sexual harassment, and income disparity.   Sally was interviewed in March 2019. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay continues their CA Assemblymember coverage of Bay Area with District 19 Assemblymember and Chair of the Budget Committee Phil Ting.  Assemblymember Ting discusses a wide range of topics including housing, Prop 64 marijuana, the Lombard street admission fee, transportation, mental health,  expedited records expungement for convicts, and also disparity of income. This episode features music by Leo DeVito.  Assemblymember Ting was interviewed in April 2019- Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay continues their candidate coverage for the CA District 13 Senate seat with Redwood City councilwoman Shelly Masur.   Shelly brings much experience in public service and discusses regional vision for District 13 on many issues including housing, education, transportation, and income disparity.  Shelly also highlights why her experience in education and in public policy is essential for regional collaboration and problem solving. Shelley was interviewed in March 2019.  Stay Tuned!

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Yabba Dabba Doo!  Podcast By The Bay discusses the Flintstone house, the property off of Highway 280 in Hillsborough that has been in the news and gets down to the core of the issue.   We speak with both parties on this case including the property owners attorney Angela Alioto, and also the spokesman and attorney Mark Hudak, that is handling the litigation for the town of Hillsborough.  Also Patrick and Andre provide commentary and have questions of their own. Both Angela and Mark were interviewed in March 2019. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay begins their candidate coverage for the CA District 13 Senate seat with current Burlingame councilman and former Mayor, Michael Brownrigg.   Michael talks regional vision for District 13 on housing, transportation, homelessness, living costs, and also why his years of experience both in the public and private sector are essential for this role.  Michael was interviewed in February 2019. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay continues their Bay Area Assemblymember coverage and features CA State Assemblymember for District 24 Marc Berman.  Assemblymember Berman discusses his vision on many topics including a new bill on student homelessness, education, housing, sexual harassment, income disparity, and also some background on how he got into politics.  This episode features music by Leo DeVito.  Assemblymember Berman was interviewed in March 2019- Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay sits down with Armando Sanchez, the Executive Director of the HEART of San Mateo which is a non-profit organization dedicated to housing needs here on the Peninsula.  Armando discusses his ideas and strategic vision on teacher housing as well as topics like income disparity, HEART of San Mateo’s mission and current projects, and the overall housing needs here in the Bay Area.  This episode features music by Shulka. Armando was interviewed in Feb. 2019- Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay Kicks off their 2019 Mayor on the Peninsula series featuring our own hometown Mayor of Foster City Sam Hindi.   Sam discusses many of the current Foster City topics of the day including the E. Hillsdale cut-through traffic project, hovercrafts, business development, and the Charter Square School.   This episode features music by Andre DeVito. Mayor Hindi was interviewed in Feb. 2019- Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay features CA State Assemblymember for District 17 and also the Chair for the Housing and Community Development for the CA Assembly, David Chiu.   David speaks on many of the current legislation on the housing crisis but also discusses his perspective on transportation, infrastructure, homelessness, and the moral topic of the day which is income disparity.   This episode features music by Leo DeVito. Assemblymember Chiu was interviewed in Jan. 2019- Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay sits down and speaks with Kevin Mullin the current Assemblymember for District 22 of San Mateo County and also CA Assembly Speaker pro Tempore to discuss many of the issues affecting us all including housing, healthcare, transportation, and early childhood education.   Also Kevin provides some valuable feedback regarding the CA Governor's recently released CA State budget proposal. This episode features music by Leo DeVito. Assemblymember Mullin was interviewed in Jan. 2019- Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay returns from break after a long campaign season and the first topic up for discussion- Senate Bill 50 aka The More HOMES Act, regarding high density housing and addressing the affordability crisis.   We sit down with the author of SB50 CA State Senator for District 11 Scott Wiener who explains much of the specifics, but also the long term vision for addressing housing, income disparity, and homelessness.  This episode features music by Leo DeVito.  Senator Wiener was interviewed in Dec. 2018- Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay opens up their platform to the candidates for Foster City Council and features exclusive interviews with the many that chose to share their vision.  All of the candidates were invited to participate and the ones that responded are showcased here including Sanjay Gehani, Deborah Martinez, Patrick Sullivan, and Mark Farren.   Podcast By The Bay does not endorse but merely provide our platform for the voters to hear the candidates vision and all questions were provided in advance of their interview.  Recorded in Sept. 2018.  Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay Podcast By The Bay continues their “Mayor of the Peninsula” series featuring an exclusive interview with the Mayor of Menlo Park Peter Ohtaki.  Mayor Ohtaki discusses many of the active projects within Menlo Park including collaborations with Facebook, and his take on solutions to issues such as traffic, housing, and transportation.  Mayor Ohtaki was interviewed in early Aug. 2018. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast by The Bay returns to local coverage with an exclusive interview from July with current Foster City Councilwoman Catherine Mahanpour who discusses her vision for Foster City and role on City Council.  Catherine also discusses solutions for housing and traffic, as well as her take on current Foster City issues like the Saris Regis Project. Patrick also shares a BIG announcement! This episode features music by Andre DeVito.  Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay sits down with CA State Senator for District 11 Scott Wiener to exclusively discuss the topic of California’s housing crisis.  Senator Wiener is one of the key advocates for change, authoring many bills to address this housing crisis. Senator Wiener speaks with Patrick on some of the existing challenges to addressing the shortage and crisis, but also strategy on how to move forward to address this issue that is affecting us all.  This episode features music from Leo DeVito. Stay Tuned!

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Podcast By The Bay sits down with the Peninsula’s own Lenny Mendonca who is current Co-Chair of California Forward, is founder of FUSE Corps, and has been with organizations such as McKinsey & Company, Presidio Institute, and Bay Area Council.  Lenny discusses big ideas and vision around solving some of the Bay Area, Local, and State’s major issues like election reform and housing.  This episode features music by Susan James and Thrilltrain.  Stay Tuned!

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