Crosscurrents

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Crosscurrents is the daily news magazine from KALW Public Radio. We are part of KALW's Public Interest Reporting Project, which began in 2003 with the goal of expanding local in-depth reporting – at a time when most news organizations were cutting back on public interest journalism.

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6:09pm

Mon August 20, 2012
Arts & Culture

Todays Local Music: Bum City Saints

Today we are featuring the music of the Bum City Saints. These San Francisco punks say their sound is what happens when you combine boredom with a burning desire to play music. You can hear them tomorrow, August 21, when they storm the stage at The Knockout on Mission Street in San Francisco. The show starts at 8pm.

6:08pm

Mon August 20, 2012
Health, Science, Environment

Investigators still examining refinery fire

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6:05pm

Mon August 20, 2012
Transportation

Drive my car, please

Think about how much you drive your car. You might drive to work – then you just park your car all day while you’re inside. Or you leave town for a few days – then don’t use your car for the next three weeks. Meanwhile, plenty of other people don’t have cars, but sometimes need them.

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5:31pm

Mon August 20, 2012
Transportation

How gas prices make California one of the reddest states in the country

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If you want know the price of gas around the United States, there’s a map online that breaks it down for you. The states with the cheapest gas are green, and the states with the most expensive are red. It’s probably the only map where California is one of the reddest states in the country.

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4:58pm

Mon August 20, 2012
Turnstyle news

Beware of Googlecare?

One of the most interesting side effects of the Obamacare debate has been the reporting on the history of health insurance in America, and how it came to be so predominately employer-based.

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