Nicole Meldahl and Michael Lange from the Western Neighborhoods Project (outsidelands.org) share San Francisco west side neighborhood history with humor, a real fact or two, and much-better-informed occasional guests.
528: Remembering Arnold Woods
Nicole and Chelsea are joined by friends and family to remember the First Gentleman of WNP, our dearly departed Arnold Woods.
527: Steinhart Aquarium Part 1
The California Academy of Sciences Head Librarian, Rebekah Kim, joins the podcast to talk about the history of Steinhart Aquarium. Come for the fish, stay for the manatees. Part 1 of 2.
228R: Tradr Sam
In honor of the recent makeover of Tradr Sam, please enjoy this classic episode on the favorite west side watering hole.
Learn all about the former street and cable carbarns of the west side with special guest Drew Moss.
207R: The Human Be-In (repodcast)
Revisit this classic episode to mark the 57th anniversary of the Human Be-In this month.
264R: Lakes of Golden Gate Park (repodcast)
Stow Lake was just renamed Blue Heron Lake, so let's revisit this classic podcast episode on the lakes of Golden Gate Park.
A must for any denizen of San Francisco!
Even though I grew up in San Francisco’s Richmond District, I have learned so much more by listening to the Outside Lands podcast! Anyone who lives in The City with enjoy this, but it is an absolute must for Richmond and Sunset District dwellers.
Great history podcast
The West side of San Francisco is one of the most interesting areas to live and learn about its rich history. Nicole and all of her hosts are very entertaining and serious about historical insights in the area. I've learned so much about the outside lands area with this podcast.
I'd love to hear more about the surfing and ocean related history.
Love the podcast keep up the great work!
I love learning about the unknown history of my home
Fun, pithy, topical and always enjoyable to hear!