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Crosscurrents Podcast

Crosscurrents: October 24, 2012

Oct 24, 2012

Taking stock of the legacy of NAFTA: what it's meant to California and the country. And local musicians Goodnight, Texas.

Crosscurrents: October 23, 2012

Oct 23, 2012

Local Muslims react to the presidential debate on foreign policy; a conversation with Javed Ali about the Muslim vote; "Sun, sand, and protest"; A time before negative campaign ads?; a Passion Profile: John Charlebois; and local band the Hoo Doo Rhythm Devils.

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Crosscurrents: October 22, 2012

Oct 22, 2012

A special edition of Crosscurrents: A trip to The Adjustment Center -- Death Row's most dangerous ward; and local bluegrass band the Kathy Kallick Band.

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Crosscurrents: October 18, 2012

Oct 18, 2012

Bay Area residents discuss election 2012; arguments for and against draining the Hetch Hetchy; and Youth Radio: why do some juveniles end up with such long prison sentences?

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Crosscurrents: October 17, 2012

Oct 17, 2012

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.

Crosscurrents: October 16, 2012

Oct 16, 2012

Predicting the Filipino vote in the Bay Area; Can online games improve young people's civic participation?; Did pop music kill the campaign song?; Will Durst: Ringside at the Undercard; and local pianist Ricardo Scales.

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Crosscurrents: October 15, 2012

Oct 15, 2012

City College in San Francisco fights to keep it accreditation, a Story Corps about a child with a big dream, the Source of Marin County's name, the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic in Oakland offers alternative treatments to women with cancer, and local musicians Albino!

Crosscurrents: October 11, 2012

Oct 11, 2012

A big day for Bay Area baseball, Proposition 32 and campaign finance reform, a book on American Muslim women who share their experiences of love and sexuality, a jazz perspective on Archie Shepp, and local musician Ty Segall.

Crosscurrents: October 9, 2012

Oct 9, 2012

The 38 Percent: The Latino vote in California; the story of the Presidio; being Vitamin D deficient in a sun-drenched country; and local group the Justin Ancheta Band.

Crosscurrents: October 4, 2012

Oct 4, 2012

Oakland limits the public from attending city council meetings, Republicans in San Francisco react to the first presidential debate, reporter Melissa griffin files a report from the Denver on the presidential debate, the Mill Valley Film Festival, paying for a stranger's meal at Berkeley's  Karma Kitchen, and local musicians The Dunes.

Crosscurrents: October 3, 2012

Oct 3, 2012

KALW's Nancy Mullane goes behind the scenes at Pelican Bay State Prison and into the Security Housing Unit there, a place journalists have been denied access to for years.

Crosscurrents: October 2, 2012

Oct 2, 2012

The key to San Francisco opens the heart of visiting Nobel Laureate; Elections 2012: the South Asian vote; Chew on This: Community service on the street level; Squeezebox Stories: Remembering Vince  Cirelli; Hear Here: The Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony; and local group The Sierra Ensemble.

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Crosscurrents: September 27, 2012

Sep 27, 2012

An update on the Chevron gas pipeline explosion, San Francisco's ban on plastic bags, comedian Will Durst on the next month of the presidential campaign, the 20th anniversary of Critical Mass, a new skateboard park San Francisco, and local musicians The Corte Madera Town Band.

Crosscurrents: September 26, 2012

Sep 26, 2012

Jailhouse lawyers circumvent the Bar behind bars, macroeconomics though the eyes of a microbrewer, wine country in the city, and local musician Mark Goldenberg.

Crosscurrents: September 25, 2012

Sep 25, 2012

Elections 2012: San Francisco's Asian Americans; a movement to improve school nutrition; Hear Here: Meet John Stangl; and local band Los Boleros.

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Crosscurrents: September 24, 2012

Sep 24, 2012

Examining the healthcare system through its public waiting rooms.

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Crosscurrents: September 20, 2012

Sep 20, 2012

Hear Here: Meet DaJuan Simpson; Hear Here: Serendipity on the airwaves; Misophonia: the hatred of sound;  Storycorps: A child's struggle with dyslexia; Audiophiles: Cellist Zoe Keating Takes to the Woods.

Crosscurrents: September 19, 2012

Sep 19, 2012

A conversation with Berigan Taylor, record collector extraordinaire; Jazz Perspective: Gregory Porter, cool and collected vocalist; Bay Area Beats: Kelly McFarling finds her musical home in San Francisco; Aquarius keeps the light shining on underground music; and Inside Druid Heights, a Marin County counter-culture landmark.

Crosscurrents: September 18, 2012

Sep 18, 2012

How do we know the rules of the road?; look both ways, twice, when crossing San Francisco's streets; The Long Walk; a visit to Old Skool; and meeting a lunch lady.

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Crosscurrents: September 17, 2012

Sep 18, 2012

The first anniversary of the Occupy movement; Occupy is already a museum art exhibit; and the San Francisco rental wars.

Crosscurrents: September 13, 2012

Sep 13, 2012

Everything you always wanted to know about "the nanny state" but were afraid to ask.

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Crosscurrents: September 12, 2012

Sep 12, 2012

The search for redemption: an ex-con's perspective.

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Crosscurrents: September 11, 2012

Sep 11, 2012

Prison realignment and its effects on female prisoners, urban farming, and Samsara--the non-verbal film on meditation. Plus lots of fun interstitials with KALW phone room volunteers and other passionate people!

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Crosscurrents: September 10, 2012

Sep 10, 2012

Market Street in San Francisco: its past, present, and future. And lots of fun membership campaign interstitials!

Crosscurrents: September 6, 2012

Sep 6, 2012

This Bay Area Life with Ira Glass!

Crosscurrents: September 5, 2012

Sep 5, 2012

Youth on the ground at the Democratic National Convention; the People’s Library continues despite city crackdown; The Audiophiles: Finding music in the sounds of Antarctica; and local band the Stairwell Sisters.

Crosscurrents: August 30, 2012

Aug 30, 2012

Youth Radio reporters from the RNC, the Newark Senior Center closes in 2012 due to budget cuts but has recently reopened, a Story Corps about same-sex divorce, traditional Mexican music at the Tejano Conjunto festival, and local musician Alexis Harte and The Lemon Hammer.

Crosscurrents: August 29, 2012

Aug 29, 2012

Is a port strike looming?; Homeless in San Francisco; The Sharing Economy: Dancing it forward in Berkeley; and local band Yonat & Her Muse.

Crosscurrents: August 28, 2012

Aug 28, 2012

Go inside the Republican National Convention; Bay Area's Tea Party speaks up; Will Durst: The bold choice; Hear Here: Meet Thomas Reeve; a conversation with Regina Mason, editor of The Life of William Grimes; and San Franciscan singer Paula Frazer.

Crosscurrents: August 27, 2012

Aug 27, 2012

City College of San Francisco fights to maintain accreditation, the true cost of fish, putting farmed salmon back into the wild, and local musicians Bells.

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