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Vinyl Nation Documentary Looks Deeply Into Music Fans' Love for Records

Records are popular again. So why are people turning to their turntables for music these days? The documentary Vinyl Nation answers that question while looking at the history of records.

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Family Law: The View from 10,000 ft.

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Just what does Family Law look like in California?  Just what are the basics of divorce?  How long does it take?  How do I find a good attorney?  Should I represent myself?

To guide us through this overview, YLR host Jeff Hayden is joined by Family Law Specialist B.J. Fadem and, from Fox Rothschid, Craig Bridwell.

Questions for Jeff and his guests?  Please call (866) 798-8255.

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 11/25/20, AM

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Golden Gate Fields Extends Closure Of Horse Racing Track / Church Employee Among Wounded In San Jose Church Stabbing Attack / Judge: Califiornia Can't Ban Vanity Plates Considered To Be Offensive / Forty-five Of California's 58 Counties Now In Most-Restrictive Purple Tier / California's Top Doctor Recommends Staying Home For Thanksgiving / Unemployment Filing Fraud Out Of California Prisons Has Employment Development Department Under Scrutiny

Chronicled: Who Is Kamala Harris / Vinyl Nation

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When Kamala Harris left her post as California’s Attorney General to join the senate her political stances appeared to shift Today, we’re bringing you the final episode from the new podcast Chronicled: Who Is Kamala Harris? about how her time in Washington catapulted her to the national stage. Then, we hear about a documentary that explores the history and culture of vinyl records.

Sherri Kauk

Records are popular again. So why are people turning to their turntables for music these days? The documentary Vinyl Nation answers that question while looking at the history of records.

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Almanac - Wednesday 11/25/20

19 hours ago

Today is Juke Box Day...


Courtesy: National Nurses United

On this edition of Your Call, we’re discussing record high COVID-19 cases in the US and the toll it’s taking on frontline healthcare workers.

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris was only the second Black woman and the second Asian American to have ever served in the U.S. Senate. She gained a reputation for her tough questioning style and her progressive voting record. But before that, she was San Francisco’s “top cop.” Today, we’re bringing you another episode from the San Francisco Chronicle podcast Chronicled: Who Is Kamala Harris? 

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Golden Gate Fields is extending the closure of its horse racing track after a significant outbreak of COVID-19 continues to spread. Operators now face the task of trying to make sure the outbreak doesn’t jump beyond its perimeter. 

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 11/24/20, PM

Nov 24, 2020

Elected Officials Ratcheting Up Recommendations For COVID-19 Safety / Golden Gate Fields Extends Closure Of Horse Racing Track / Los Angeles On The Brink Of Stay-At-Home Order / Orange County To Provide Half-A-Million Mail-In Test Kits / 35,000 Unemployment Claims Filed On Behalf Of Incarcerated People / Advocates For Low-Income People Ramp Up Pressure To Pass More Stimulus Funding

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