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After watching “Tales of the City” on Netflix, Sandip reflects on his own tale of the city.

Martin Girard

This week on Open Air, KALW’s radio magazine for the Bay Area performing arts, host David Latulippe talks with cellist and singer Amanda Zidow (pictured), who plays the role of the Island Queen Prospera, in Cirque du Soleil’s production Amaluna, currently visiting the Bay Area. 

On this edition of Your Call, we’ll rebroadcast The Family, a five-part Netflix series about a conservative Christian group wielding enormous influence in Washington DC and around the globe. 

Cannabis News Roundup: California has cannabis jobs

Sep 1, 2017
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City insider heads San Francisco Office of Cannabis ... Oakland SWAT team saves grow site ... California has cannabis jobs ... Lawsuits loom over cannabis copyright infringements ... and more.

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S.F. dispensary moratorium sends wrong signal, says state senator ... Oaksterdam offers scholarships ... Desert “cannabis paradise” faces big obstacles ... health, opinion, and more.

August 24, 2015:  Guest host Raja Shah asks a panel of experts:  What is an appropriate family leave policy?

Daily news roundup for Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Aug 5, 2015
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Here’s what’s happening in the Bay Area, as curated by KALW news:

 

Search in forest for missing S.F. teacher turns up body // SF Gate

 

“An investigation is under way to determine whether the body of a man found off of a trail west of Slate Mountain is that of a San Francisco teacher who went missing in the El Dorado National Forest.

 

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The Internet has changed the way many of us get our media. There are legal ways to get the shows and songs that we want, but those often cost money, making illegal options much more enticing. The entertainment industry and the government have tried to clamp down on piracy, but the practice continues. Professor Brian Carver teaches at the U.C. Berkeley School of Information. KALW’s Ben Trefny sat down with him to talk piracy.