Nonprofit disrupts SF real estate / Bay Area Book Festival / Morse Code
First up, a non-profit in the Mission helps low-income families by digging into real estate. Then, this weekend is the Bay Area Book Festival and we meet the woman who walked away from her day job to start it. And, we’ll go back in time — to when radio first got its start.
- This nonprofit is getting into San Francisco real estate to keep housing affordable
- Cherilyn Parsons left her job to start the Bay Area Book Festival, now it's in its fifth year
- An ode to Morse code
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