After two decades on the radio as Kory, Christopher Beale, always curious and passionate, moved to San Francisco to pursue a career as a multimedia journalist.
This is his podcast.
The Complicated World of Coffee
How does coffee go from the field - to your cup? Is coffee addictive, and how can YOU positively impact the people who grow it? What's the difference between 'local' coffee and Starbucks?
On this episode, Josh Taylor on how to navigate the complicated world of coffee.
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For more information on Christopher's work head to ChristopherJBeale.com, for more podcast content from No Midnight Media head to NoMidnightMedia.com.
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Glass Fire: Napa 'Refugees' Wait For Answers
The Glass Fire - which as of writing this has burned more than 60,000 acres near California’s wine country - is displacing entire communities. Whole families forced out of their homes with no idea when they’ll be able to return - or if they’ll have a home to return to. This is the story of one such family waiting for answers.
Napa Valley Register
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Theme Park Pulse: The Game
Big Fish Stories
From Lake Berryessa in California to Big Fish Lake in Minnesota - two big fish stories, 3 acts, 30 minutes.
Click here for a written transcript of the episode.
Act 1 - The First Attempt
An educational but completely empty-handed fishing trip to Lake Berryessa.
"I think I'd like to lose a finger." - Tom
Act 2 - Grandpa Hal
Mark recounts the final fishing trip he shared with his beloved grandfather.
"80 Fish!" - Mark
Act 3 - Best Day Ever
A bolt of electricity! Tom and I finally catch a kokanee!
"My legs are a little wobbly." - Chris
Connect with Christopher on Twitter at @RealChrisJBeale, and support his work on Patreon with a monthly gift.
It's like that popular NPR quiz show...except, for theme park fans! Check out Theme Park Pulse: The Game - every other week.
Oakland Takes Back The Narrative
After two nights of demonstrations against police brutality that ended in riots and looting - Oakland protesters took to the streets Sunday to take back the narrative, Black Lives Matter.
Special thanks to Youth Radio Media and their volunteers, to my neighbor for the up-close video of the looting, and to the demonstrators on Sunday for allowing me access and making me feel welcome.
NBC Bay Area
My neighbor on Twitter.
David DeBolt on Twitter.
Activity Found | a COVID-19 story
The story of a San Francisco man recovering from a confirmed case of COVID-19.
"My heart starts beating so fast Wednesday night. Really, Really, Really fast. I get this numbness all over my body. My legs are falling numb. I have a hard time getting up. And I'm like, Oh my God. This is it. I’m gonna die." - Armando Zambrana
To get tested for COVID-19, click here.
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Johns Hopkins University
San Francisco Department of Public Health
Zone Defense & Drive-By Kisses
The Zayner family’s house is one of those spaces where people are always coming and going on the weekends. Come as you are...B.Y.O.B and smoke ‘em if you got ‘em. With a pool in the backyard for epic summer’s out under the sun, this place is my little slice of paradise outside the city. It’s ground-zero for family hangs.
COVID-19 has moved this large family indoors for school and work - how are Bridget and Zach handling the pandemic-induced stress? How about the kids?
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The song at the end of the episode is "We're Gonna Be Okay" by Cody Francis. Available on Spotify.
Customer ReviewsSee All
One of my favorite podcasts!!
This podcast is great! It’s made me laugh and cry. But not matter what- always interested in the stories being told. Amazing production as well.
Keeping dreaming and wishing...
I had the pleasure of meeting Bret recently on a Disney Cruise. I so wanted to sit down and talk with him, but I’m always respectful and stand back to give people space. This podcast allowed me to feel like I got that chance. Thank you. And the end of Part 3 totally wrecked me, gave me goosebumps, and made me cry. I too am that kid and so is my son. It’s a big part of why I love Disney so much.
I am very impressed!
Very well done and so emotional. I absolutely loved this.