In a warmer world, researchers say climate change is intensifying California's water crisis; upgrading San Francisco's aging pipes in times of drought; where will our future water supply come from, if not rain?; and Oakland band Brass Magic.
What's it going to take to get out of the drought?; a trip to the San Pablo Reservoir; the lifecycle of toilet water at the PUC; and this week's Audiograph answer revealed! Plus, one of Crosscurrents' favorite local bands, Hoxton Mob.
Nonprofits struggle to manage Tenderloin’s language barrier; Becoming Richard Pryor: new biography by UC Berkeley Associate Professor Scott Saul; FSFSF: Shining a light on Bay Area comedy; and local cellist Rebecca Roudman.
San Francisco seniors cross the digital divide; Professor Dacher Keltner talks about the science of happiness; The Spiritual Edge: The key to happiness? It's in the science; and local hip hop artist Geary Buchanan.
The Spiritual Edge: A woman takes on the Church by becoming a priest; StoryCorps: Healing the mind through life and death at the Zen Hospice Center; Oree Originol: An artist honors black and brown lives; and The Book Report: Katherine Ellison. Plus, local band the Dodos.
Gentrification versus Jazzification: Birdland nightclub grows vision to spark jazz district; XL Love: A journalist looks at obesity and romance; this week's Audiograph revealed!; and local band the Tumbleweed Wanderers.