City Visions

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Local Bay Area issues, with listener participation: 415-841-4134.

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12:00pm

Mon June 27, 2011
City Visions-June 27, 2011

Playing Games With The Brain

Host: Lauren Meltzer

Producer: Lauren Meltzer 

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12:00pm

Mon June 20, 2011
City Visions- June 20, 2011

Trans-masculine arts and expression in the Bay Area

Host: Joseph Pace

Producer: Yumi Wilson 

San Francisco has been awash with rainbow flags in anticipation of this week’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride celebrations. Highlights include the Frameline film festival and a trio of events at week’s end including the Dyke March followed by the Pink Saturday celebration in the Castro and Sunday’s Pride March down Market Street.

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12:00pm

Mon June 13, 2011
City Visions - June 13, 2011

35 Years of Getting to Yes: San Francisco's Community Boards

Host: Lauren Meltzer

Producer: Susan Britton 

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12:00pm

Mon June 6, 2011
City Visions-June 6, 2011

Public Employee Pension Reform: Who's going to pay?

Host: Joseph Pace

Producer: Lisa Denenmark 

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12:00pm

Mon May 23, 2011
City Visions-May 23, 2011

Walk Steady: Securing Safe and Walkable San Francisco Streets

Host: Joseph Pace

Producer: Judith Sansone 

At some point in our day, most of us are pedestrians walking the 7x7 swatch of land we know as San Francisco. The city’s relatively small size, temperate weather, and inviting neighborhoods make San Francisco inherently walkable.

Yet statistics tell a very different story. San Francisco is one of the most dangerous cities for pedestrians nationwide with over 800 people hit by cars here each year--that’s between 2 and 3 pedestrians a day.

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