Steven Short

Reporter/Producer

Steven has been with KALW News since it’s beginnings in 2004. His history, art and public interest stories have won awards for Breaking News, Feature Writing and Explanatory Journalism. Some of his reports have aired nationally on NPR.

He is responsible for The Source, a recurring feature on the origins of Bay Area place names. He also researches most of the listings for the Crosscurrents local music calendar and compiles the weekly online Cannabis News Round-up.

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7:30am

Fri March 13, 2015
News

Cannabis News Roundup: 03.13.15

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Group seeks change in UN drug policy… Will Congress legalize marijuana?...  So Cal tribe forms cannabis business… CBD news… and more.

LEGALIZATION

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2:05pm

Thu March 12, 2015
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Hoxton Mob

Today’s local music is by Hoxton Mob from San Francisco. They describe their sound as “sad songs, in major keys.” 

Hoxton Mob will be playing at Great American Music Hall tomorrow (03.13), opening for another San Francisco band, The Shams. Doors open at 8pm.  

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11:50am

Wed March 11, 2015
Today's Local Music

Today's Local Music: An Evening of Flamenco

Flamenco music!  Is there any music more sensual?  If so, we probably can’t play it on the radio!  You can experience the passion and power of flamenco on Saturday (03.14) when Clara Rodriguez and David McLean present “An Evening of Flamenco” at the Sound Room in Oakland. Doors open at 7pm with the performance at 8pm.

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1:22pm

Mon March 9, 2015
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music : Zydeco Flames

What are you doing Friday the 13th?  Don’t be afraid to go out, especially when you can join the Friday Night Dance Party at the Empress Theater in Vallejo.  Music will be provided by the Zydeco Flames, from San Anselmo -- you’re hearing them now. Expect to start dancing at 8pm -- and keep dancing until it’s over!

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7:20am

Fri March 6, 2015
News

Cannabis News Roundup: 03.06.15

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More groups favor legalization… Federal court in Washington State still  convicting growers… Art contest… Utah rabbits hopped up on illegal grows… and more.

LEGALIZATION

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