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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

The Latest "Newspaper On The Radio" Edition is Here

Posted By on Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 9:06 AM

Want to hear a stunningly refreshing breakdown of the Bay Area's latest news from some of of the most golden-voiced reporters in the biz? Check out the latest "Newspaper On the Radio" by SF Weekly on BFF.fm. 

The biweekly radio show as been chugging along for four months now, offering exclusive conversations between SF Weekly editors, staff writers, and special guest contributors. The crew also offers up a grab bag of personally selected musical treats, featuring plenty of Bay Area flavors that are sure to both stump Shazam and get stuck in your head. 

This week, editors Brandon R. Reynolds and Anna Roth and staff writers Joe Eskenasi and Rachel Swan discuss the ethics of Yelp, mascot brawls, the rise of the Santa Clara 49ers, and the fate of the Excelsior (which coincidentally enough was the topic of this week's feature) . Ever wonder if S.F.'s Indian summer a conspiracy to sell fleeces to tourists? Joe's answer may surprise you. Listen to the latest here, and mark your calendars; newly minted shows are available every other Sunday.



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