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15: Sarah Fishleder Talks About How Growing Up In San Francisco Inspried WayScout

Category: Blog Podcast San Francisco Written by Bryan J. Jacop / February 26, 2014
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1.         Intro

Sarah is an eighth generation San Franciscan, who left to go to college in the 90s and lived and worked in New England, the South, and the Midwest before returning the Bay Area 5 years ago. Sarah is the founder of WayScout which is a platform to create and delivery location based content.

2.         Your San Francisco Story

Sarah discusses how she grew up in San Francisco, moved away, and then came back.

3.         The Good

Land’s End – Sarah shares why one of the most beautiful places in San Francisco has special meaning for her.

4.         The Bad

Sarah shares what she thinks is not so hot about the Bay Area, and what we can do to do things a little bit better.

5.         The Awesome

The Pacific Film Archive – The great project in 2016

Some of the film festivals and Theaters Sarah enjoys:

6.         The Hidden

Tilden Park – Sarah talks about why Tilden means so much to her, and she keeps that feeling moving forward

7.         The Storm

The Book – 1906

8.         The Money

$1,000 to spend in one night? –

Giants Game

Little Star Pizza

$20 to spend in one night –

Golden Gate Bakery

City Lights Bookstore

9.         The Close

Sarah leaves us with some thoughts on what San Francisco means to her.

10.   Connect

WayScout | Twitter for Sarah | Twitter for WayScout

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