Green Jobs 2.0: The new green economy03/31/15
Remember in 2008 when the terms green economy and green collar jobs were big buzz words? You probably know the basic idea: If we’re going to curb the...
Crosscurrents: March 31, 2015
Green Jobs 2.0, the aftermath of the nuclear fallout in Fukushima, and local musician Moe Staiano.
Crosscurrents: March 26, 2015
A San Francisco high school teaches robotics, re-segregation in SF schools, this weeks Audiograph game answer, and local musicians Pacific Guitar...
Robots: a Hands-On Approach to STEM Education
California eighth graders are ranked 45th in the country in math. That’s according to the most recent scores on the National Assessment of Educational...
Report finds diversity is in decline in SF public schools
The latest edition of the San Francisco Public Press features a report called "Choice is Resegregating Public Schools." In it, reporter Jeremy Adam...
Audiograph's Sound of the Week: Philip & Sala Burton High School Band
All week long we've been playing this sound, and asking you to guess what exactly it is and where exactly in the Bay Area we recorded it. This auditory...
Investigation questions the prescription of psychotropic drugs to...
On Thursday, March 26th, at the Tech Museum in San Jose, the Bay Area News Group is screening a documentary as part of its latest investigation into...
Real talk about race: W. Kamau Bell and the Elmwood cafe
In the auditorium of Willard Middle School, about 300 people have gathered, many of them sitting on those rickety school bucket chairs, the ones that...
Crosscurrents: March 25, 2015
A teaching moment on race relations at the Elmwood cafe in Berkeley, over medicating foster youth, and local musicians Ruckatan Latin Tribe.
Where will our future water supply come from, if not rain?
The LA Times recently published an editorial that reported that California’s reservoirs are currently storing only about a year’s worth of water supply...
In a warmer world, researchers say climate change is intensifying...
Twice a week, the Heart of the City Farmers Market transforms San Francisco’s gritty United Nations Plaza with dozens of white canopies and truckloads...
Upgrading San Francisco's aging pipes in times of drought
The Hetch Hetchy Regional Water system, operated by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (PUC), carries water to 2.6 million customers in the...
Crosscurrents: March 24, 2015
In a warmer world, researchers say climate change is intensifying California's water crisis; upgrading San Francisco's aging pipes in times of drought;...
Crosscurrents: March 23, 2015
Bay Area hackathon brings tech to youth of color; Black Girls Code trains young women of color for careers in tech; inside a "SuperGirl Math" playgroup;...
Inside a "SuperGirl Math" playgroup
Inside A ‘SuperGirl Math’ Playgroup On a Monday afternoon a group of second graders gathers at a friend’s house in Berkeley. As each girl arrives, she...
Bay Area hackathon brings tech to youth of color
When President Obama launched the My Brother’s Keeper initiative in 2014, he said he hoped it would help boys and young men of color find success. Here...
Today's Local Music: Friction Quartet
Friction Quartet doesn't only play music you’d expect from a string quartet; they also commission new works. Friction Quartet will be playing at The...
Lost Weekend Video finds new ways to entertain in the digital age
A couple on an evening stroll down Valencia Street comes to a stop outside Lost Weekend Video. They’re peering in through the big front window. “I...
$5,400 for a piece of cardboard? The allure of 'Magic: The Gathering'
Suddenly the peace is broken. A mountain shoots out of the Earth and Planeswalker Mike Escalante begins amassing his army. A pack of goblins surf...
Crosscurrents: March 17, 2015
Everything you always wanted to know about Magic: The Gathering but were afraid to ask. Plus, San Francisco band Fossor House.
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