City Visions: Exploring the Human Microbiome07/15/14
City Visions for July 21, 2014: According to researchers, there are 100 trillion microorganisms living in the human body. But where does this 'human...
City Visions: Coit Tower, restored
Guests: Cassandra Costello, Property Manager, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department Tom DeCaigny, Director of Cultural Affairs, San Francisco...
Innovations in Health Tech - How Will You Benefit?
Are wireless devices really helping people lead healthier and longer lives? Host Joseph Pace discusses the impact of current and future innovations in...
City Visions: San Francisco's neighborhood news scene
Is hyperlocal journalism here to stay? David Onek speaks with some of San Francisco's citizen journalists about the stories they're breaking, the...
City Visions: Juvenile Sex Trafficking in the Bay Area
The FBI has identified the Bay Area as one of the biggest 'hot spots' for this crime across the country. Outcry over the prevalence of child sex...
A One-on-One with DPH Head Barbara Garcia
Why does San Francisco still need a public health plan now that the statewide health care exchange is open? How proactive should government be in...
YBCA's Deborah Cullinan
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) was founded in 1993, out of an expressed need for an accessible, high-profile San Francisco venue devoted to...
City Visions: Your rooftop solar questions answered
As rooftop solar development in the Bay Area takes off, what does the consumer need to know? Host Joseph Pace and guests discuss the risks and rewards...
City Visions: Plug-in vehicles edge toward the mainstream
Are electric vehicles poised for a renaissance? As Tesla talks of gigafactories, San Francisco develops new public charging stations and the state moves...
Who's a Feminist?
More than 160 years since Sojourner Truth asked, "Ain’t I a Woman?", 30 after Geraldine Ferraro's vice-presidential run, and 23 years after Anita Hill...
Clean power gains momentum...but not in San Francisco
What's it like to have an alternative to PG&E? Host David Onek and guests explore why more and more cities and counties in our region are choosing...
City Visions 140210
A conversation about the GRIP Program at San Quentin prison, which uses meditation and self awareness training to help prisoners renounce violence and move away from crime.
City Visions 140203 What's Next for CA High Speed Rail?
Host David Onek speaks with the High Speed Rail Authority, the High Speed Rail Peer Review Group and citizen advocates about the latest developments in the state's quest for a bullet train linking San Francisco and LA.
City Visions 140127 Drought
City Visions 140113 Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
Host Joseph Pace in conversation with Sisters from the Bay Area's Order of Queer Nuns.
City Visions 140106 Making Resolutions Last
Conversation with Kelly McGonigal, BJ Fogg and Darya Rose about how to build willpower, change behavior and make resolutions last in 2014.
City Visions 131216 Nonprofits under pressure
City Visions explores the effects of escalating commercial rents on San Francisco's nonprofits and solutions on the horizon.
City Visions 131118 Why Are Girls Starting Puberty Early?
Conversation with leading researchers about the reasons why girls are starting puberty as young as 8 years old.
City Visions 131104 2013 Election Preview
Election preview with USF Politics Professor Corey Cook.
City Visions 131028 Internet and Science Publishing
Commenting on and publishing scientific papers, peer review.
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