Crosscurrents Podcast

11/30: Mark Twain in the West

Nov 30, 2016

A tribute to the American writer Mark Twain and his time in the West. 

11/29: Making hospitals safer for older patients

Nov 29, 2016


11/28: The debate around doll therapy

Nov 28, 2016

 

Today on Crosscurrents: How doll therapy can help patients with Alzheimer's. An interview with an Oakland group specializing in Eastern European traditional music. The search for German-style bread in San Francisco.

11/23: Creating a space for women drummers

Nov 23, 2016


11/22: Shane Bauer on disenchanted white men

Nov 22, 2016


11/21: The WRAP

Nov 21, 2016


11/17: The quest for artificial photosynthesis

Nov 17, 2016

  • Scientists at UC Berkeley try to make fuel from sunlight, air, and water with the help of bacteria.
  • A new report about the health of the San Francisco Bay.
  • Sounds from an "Unthanksgiving" ceremony in the middle of the bay.

11/16: The art of soccer

Nov 16, 2016

 

11/15: Race, protest, respect and the national anthem

Nov 15, 2016

11/14: Mad as hell

Nov 14, 2016


11/9: Election recap

Nov 9, 2016

  • A recap of state and local election results.
  • An interview with Zahra Billoo, executive director of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations. 



11/2: What exactly is a municipal bond?

Nov 2, 2016


11/1: Should BART be trusted with $3.5 billion?

Nov 1, 2016


10/31: Meet the Blood Girls

Oct 31, 2016


 


 

Today on Crosscurrents: The debate over legalizing recreational marijuana in California. An interview with local MacArthur winner José Quiñones, whose work brings immigrants out of the financial shadows. Two residents of the Mission reflect on changes in their neighborhood. A story of finding faith, and falling for your pastor.

 

10/20: Rent review board or rent control?

Oct 20, 2016

  • High school students at June Jordan School for Equity recover from an on-campus shooting.
  • Prop. Q is a small battle in a larger fight over San Francisco's approach to homelessness.
  • A San Jose homeless shelter opens its doors to pets.


10/18: Giving non-citizen parents a vote

Oct 18, 2016

  • Should non-citizen parents have a vote in school board elections?
  • Reporter Nanette Asimov on the future of City College of San Francisco.
  • Local MacArthur "genius" designs inexpensive tools to make science accessible. 


10/17: Medallions keep taxi drivers stuck in industry

Oct 17, 2016

 


10/12: The impact of a paid route to school

Oct 12, 2016


10/11: Regulating the porn industry

Oct 11, 2016


Today on Crosscurrents: San Francisco will decide whether or not to raise a tobacco tax. Lit-junkie and founder of Quiet Lightening, Evan Karp. The mystery of San Francisco's Maltese Falcon.

Tune in to 91.7 F.M. at 5:00 P.M.

 

10/4: Getting out the homeless vote

Oct 4, 2016

  • How unhoused San Franciscans approach the housing-issue-laden local ballot.
  • A girls-only clubhouse in Bayview.
  • Why there's no O street in Bayview's alphabetical street grid.


9/29: Judge Aaron Persky faces recall threat

Sep 29, 2016

 


9/28: The not-so-old-growth forest on Mt. Sutro

Sep 28, 2016


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