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Crosscurrents Podcast

Crosscurrents: May 1, 2013

May 1, 2013

Immigration reform and its consequences.

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Crosscurrents: April 30, 2013

Apr 30, 2013

"Question Bridge: Black Males." A video art installation that seeks to promote dialogue between black men and the rest of the nation. Plus local musicians The Pacific Boychoir.

Crosscurrents: April 29, 2013

Apr 29, 2013

Walking death row at San Quentin State Prison; Dispatches from the Inside: Our first interview with Richard Gilliam; and local band Richard Bean & Sapo.

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Crosscurrents: April 25, 2013

Apr 25, 2013

Self-defense training for women, the San Francisco International Film Festival, the Audiograph answer of the week, and local musicians The Curt Moore Quartet.

Crosscurrents: April 24, 2013

Apr 24, 2013

Lacking police presence, Oakland residents take control of their streets; a new film about Oakland's First Friday; 99% Invisible: Game Changer; and local band The Whiskey Pills Fiasco.

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Crosscurrents: April 23, 2013

Apr 23, 2013

The United States of Debt; StoryCorps: Living With Multiple Sclerosis; Regreterature: The sorry literary past of some of San Francisco's best writers; and The San Francisco State Percussion Ensemble. 

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Crosscurrents: April 22, 2013

Apr 22, 2013

Crosscurrents takes you behind prison walls at Pelican Bay, getting access to prisons as a reporter, and local musicians Voodoo Blues.

Crosscurrents: April 18, 2013

Apr 18, 2013

Citizens solve bike theft crimes with social media; Exploratorium opens doors at Pier 15; Audiograph's Sound of the Week Revealed! and local band Los Trovadores.

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Crosscurrents: April 17, 2013

Apr 17, 2013

How the New Deal changed the face of San Francisco, the sailors who call the Berkeley Marina their home, how a graphic design changed the way ships cross the ocean, and local musicians Nebula Force, Go!

Crosscurrents: April 16, 2013

Apr 16, 2013

Federal investigators slam Chevron for refinery fire; Breathmobile rolls relief into Bay Area schools; Ben Trefny's brief foray into the wind; What's Up With the Weather? A conversation with Jan Null; and local group Ensemble Mirable.

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Crosscurrents: April 15, 2013

Apr 15, 2013

A new approach in Richmond to battling violence, how some of those lessons can be applied to Oakland, a final episode in Money Diaries, and local musicians Manring Kassin Darter.

Crosscurrents: April 11, 2013

Apr 11, 2013

Turning a healthy corner in the Bay View! Wonder Women! This week's Audiograph revealed! And local composer and vocalist Ken Ueno!

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Crosscurrents: April 10, 2013

Apr 10, 2013

Life after the Iraq War: we profile a Marine Corps veteran and talk to Aaron Glantz about what makes transitioning to civilian life so hard. Also, local musicians Club Foot Orchestra.

Crosscurrents: April 9, 2013

Apr 9, 2013

Santa Clara kids learn how to protect their privacy on the internet, a Union City school district wins a $29 million federal grant, a literary squat in the middle of prime San Francisco real estate, and local musicians Big Cat Tolefree.

Crosscurrents: April 8, 2013

Apr 8, 2013

The senior ex-offenders of Bayview Hunter’s Point; The Truths and Tales of Mental Illness and Gun Violence;  and The Money Diaries: Confessions of a Shopaholic.

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Crosscurrents: April 4, 2013

Apr 4, 2013

Recruiting ex-felons to jobs, performer Rhodessa Jones talks about her latest play, local rapper Micah Tron talks about overcoming obstacles in her life, and local musicians Duniya Dance and Drum Company.

Crosscurrents: April 3, 2013

Apr 3, 2013

An extended interview with the San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon. He talks about getting into the job, as well as about his thoughts on re-entry and rehabilitation programs as the goal of incarceration instead of mere punishment.

Crosscurrents: April 2, 2013

Apr 2, 2013

Ostriches and other stories: a Golden Gate Bridge toll collector remembers her time on the job; Birding on Alcatraz; Hear Here: Down (home) by the Bay at the Berkeley Marina; and Is the Bay Area home to the "last rustic town of metropolitan America"?

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Crosscurrents: April 1, 2013

Apr 1, 2013

A very special April 1 Edition of Crosscurrents. Subtitle: The Most Important Episode of Crosscurrents Ever.

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Crosscurrents: March 28, 2013

Mar 28, 2013

Crosscurrents presents: The Beat Pedaler.

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Crosscurrents: March 27, 2013

Mar 27, 2013

A special Crosscurrents: Julia Scott's documentary BON VOYAGE, the story of a same-sex couple from San Francisco who try to meet death in style.

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Crosscurrents: March 26, 2013

Mar 26, 2013

Exploring this "Latin" American life with KALW's Radio Ambulante.

Crosscurrents: March 25, 2013

Mar 25, 2013

Homeless in San Francisco and The Sharing Economy: Dancing it forward in Berkeley.

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Crosscurrents: March 21, 2013

Mar 21, 2013

A Special "Audiographiles" Edition of Crosscurrents:

Entering the soundscape with Bernie Krause; BoomTown Sounds: San Francisco's sonic history; This bus in an F: the music of everyday life; a conversation with Julie Caine about KALW's Audiograph; and this week's Audiograph sound revealed!

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Crosscurrents: March 20, 2013

Mar 20, 2013

Moving homeless off the streets and into residency hotels, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation on their programs for parolees, the Ceasefire program in Oakland, and local musician John Santos.

Crosscurrents: March 19, 2013

Mar 19, 2013

A Crosscurrents special on the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War, as told by Iraqi refugees.

Crosscurrents: March 18, 2013

Mar 18, 2013

BART tries out bikes during commute hours; Clinic goes mobile to reach underserved youth; Money Diaries: Next year will be better; CAAMFest: A conversation with filmmaker Mark Decena about his film"The War Inside," and local band The Dandelion War.

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Crosscurrents: March 14, 2013

Mar 14, 2013

CCSF students, teachers, and staff rally to keep the school's accreditation; a conversation with Noah Arroyo of SF Public Press on Earthquake preparedness; Summoning ghosts at the Oakland Museum; and the solution to this week's Audiograph!

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Crosscurrents: March 13, 2013

Mar 13, 2013

A conversation with the recently appointed leader of California's Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, fighting prostitution in Oakland by writing to the Johns, another in our series of Money Diaries, and local musician Jay Trainer.

Crosscurrents: March 12, 2013

Mar 12, 2013

Immigration court and the difficulties of getting legal representation as a US immigrant, Andrew Lam talks about his short stories on being a Vietnamese immigrant to America, an urban astronomer talks comets and asteroids, and local musicians The Owl Paws.

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