Like any big city, San Francisco has big problems. Rampant homelessness, an opioid epidemic, widening income equality and deep political divisions. What’s stopping the city from fixing itself? Where are the creative solutions? And what happens when one person’s solution is another’s root of the problem? Host Laura Wenus and producer Cintia Lopez are on a quest to find out, one San Francisco story at a time. SFNext: Fixing Our City is part of the San Francisco Chronicle's SFNext project. Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod. Twitter: @sfnext Got a tip, question, comment? Email us at email@example.com
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Gosh, I was excited when this podcast and the related series of articles came out but where are the fixes? It’s just another boring profile show. The tough problems require sometimes uncomfortable, usually difficult, and always creative solutions. This show? More of the same.
A thoughtful and well produced look at issues facing SF. What's different about this one is that they deep dive into the complexities and offer insight into fixes and possible causes for delays. Very interesting listen.
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SFNext: Fixing Our City launched 2 years ago and published 54 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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