6:44pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Superintendents Message

Superintendents Message

Superintendents Message for 4/10/12

5:48pm

Tue April 10, 2012
TURNSTYLE NEWS

R&D lab for theater’s rising stars launches in Berkeley

Photo courtesy of Berkeley Repertory Theater

In keeping with the San Francisco Bay Area’s thriving startup culture, one of the region’s renowned theaters is launching a creative lab that will fuel 13 productions and promote collaboration among the notable local, national, and international artists selected to working intensively in a dramaturgical summer camp of sorts in Berkeley.

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5:39pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Book Talk

Book Talk April 15, 2012

Mike Wallace

Alan rebroadcasts his 2005 interview with iconic journalist Mike Wallace, who died last weekend. They discussd his memoir, "Between You and Me."

4:43pm

Tue April 10, 2012
News

Tulsa Shootings Reopen Old Wounds

Black detainees are led to the Convention Hall following a race riot in Tulsa, Okla, June 1, 1921. The National Guard rounded up blacks by the thousands and took them to the fairgrounds, the Convention Hall and a baseball stadium where they were given food and water. By day's end, many thriving black businesses in a 35-block area had been torched.
Tulsa Historical Society AP

At a press conference in Tulsa, Okla., following the targeted shootings of five African-Americans last week, the optics were as important as the substance of the news.

The mayor and police chief pleaded for the public's help in capturing the suspects, while behind those two white men stood a pair of Tulsa's most influential black leaders — the lone African-American member of the City Council and the president of the local NAACP.

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4:06pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Education

Thinking outside the boxing ring in East Oakland

East Oakland can be a tough neighborhood for a kid. It's a landscape designed for industry, not for children, and there aren’t many places to play. But a couple blocks east of the 880 freeway, down 98th avenue, is a little refuge that serves as a second home and playground for the those growing up in East Oakland. It's the East Oakland Boxing Association.

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3:58pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Shots - Health Blog

Panel Proposes A New Tax To Pay For Public Health

It may sound counterintuitive, but a panel of experts from the Institute of Medicine has concluded that the best way to slow the nation's breakneck spending on medical care is to impose a tax on every health care transaction.

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3:37pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Crosscurrents

Crosscurrents: April 10, 2012

The East Bay Boxing Association; a conversation with David Shipler, author of the books "Rights at Risk" and "The Rights of the People"; a librarian blogger keeps tabs on the tech revolution; and local band Shady Maples.

3:35pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Arts & Culture

Thinking outside the boxing ring in East Oakland

East Oakland can be a tough neighborhood for a kid. It's a landscape designed for industry, not for children, and there aren’t many places to play. But a couple blocks east of the 880 freeway, down 98th avenue, is a little refuge that serves as a second home and playground for the those growing up in East Oakland. It's the East Oakland Boxing Association.

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3:34pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Cops & Courts

Is there such a thing as privacy in America?

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Jonathan Macintosh

Pulitzer Prize winner David Shipler has been a New York Times correspondent in Israel and Moscow. In his two most recent books, released earlier this year, he turns his attention to the erosion of civil liberties in the United States. In Rights at Risk and The Rights of the People, Shipler argues that both the War on Terror and the War on Crime have allowed the government to seep into Americans' personal lives in unconstitutional ways. Shipler discussed his new books with KALW's Criminal Justice Editor, Rina Palta.

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2:47pm

Tue April 10, 2012
The Two-Way

Iran Seeks To Set Record Straight On Intranet 'Hoax,' Cites April 1

Originally published on Tue April 10, 2012 2:59 pm

Iranian officials spoke out Tuesday to insist that reports that the country is killing access to the Internet are grossly exaggerated. Several news outlets had picked up on a report from Reporters Without Borders — a report that contains the information that "Iran has announced the launch of a national Internet."

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