Some seniors can't afford to retire; a conversation with Roxanne Murray, a director at the Senior Community Service Employment Program; getting around San Francisco after 65; and Harvey Scales and the Seven Sounds.
A special edition of Crosscurrents with special guest Jad Abumrad! -- The Life and Death of The Golden Gate Bridge (In Movies); What could actually collapse the Golden Gate Bridge?; and a peek inside San Francisco’s secret SoundLab.
A special edition of Crosscurrents featuring special guest Chinaka Hodge! Youth Radio: On Ferguson’s streets, echoes of another fatal shooting; a new admissions policy at Mills allows students with diverse gender identities to apply; East Oakland’s Scraper bike team takes over the streets “with a positive heart”; Commentary: Drawing up determination for a career in art; Bay Area Beats: Striving to be the Ellen Degeneres of music.
Daniel Handler co-hosts this special edition of Crosscurrents! -- Two of San Francisco's most famed writers; the hidden history of San Francisco's official instrument; and this week's Audiograph answer revealed!
A special edition of Crosscurrents featuring special guest, comic Marga Gomez! -- North Beach tenants find strength and friendship as they fight to keep their homes; The last free ride: A pirate community goes legit; and Pastor Megan Rohrer: A shepherd finds the perfect flock.
Napa community comes together to rebuild after earthquake; finding a home on Hotel 22; homeless hackers head to Noisebridge for shelter; In legal grey area, West Oakland resident discovers free house; and local band Rupa and the April Fishes.
An antidote to time served: Alameda County’s Operation My Hometown; an interview with Lieutenant Marty Neideffer; Reentry: Learning to be a father after spending half a lifetime in prison; and local band Vetiver.
Women in STEM: Marine Mammal Center combines science with animal welfare; The Spiritual Edge: Opening the voice with Silvia Nakkach; Get your lotus hands ready for some Hindu Swing; and local band Bayonics.
Mission district residents give insight into academic achievement gaps, the origins of the town's name of Orinda, the social media star and Star Trek actor George Takei, Kathryn Ma's favorite author, and local musicians French Cassettes.
The Altamont Pass -- good for renewable energy, bad for birds; an interview with Tai Moses, author of Zooburbia; Martina Castro learns to appreciate the city pigeon; Caroline Hickson's Candlestick Park memory; and local band Old Owl.