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The stories shaping California's Central Coast, hosted by Jonathan Bastian.

Latest Episodes

The history of diving around the Channel Islands

Santa Barbara is having a vigil tonight for the 34 people who died in the Conception diving boat fire. We look at the history of diving in the area. Also, a new collection of personal essays written by a Westmont professor addresses the complex...

28 MINSEP 7
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The history of diving around the Channel Islands

A bucolic new rehab center for local child sex trafficking victims

Hope Refuge helps underage sex trafficking survivors transition to a new life of freedom. And a San Luis Obispo Assemblyman hopes to keep California’s last nuclear power plant running with his proposal to reclassify nuclear power as renewable...

28 MINAUG 31
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A bucolic new rehab center for local child sex trafficking victims

To save the whales, scientists bring new ears to the ocean

Scientists hope to reduce whale fatalities from ship collisions. A new sound technology will detect when the endangered animals are present and then alert cargo ships to slow down. More Mesa is on the market for $65 million and community members...

28 MINAUG 24
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To save the whales, scientists bring new ears to the ocean

Author T.C. Boyle on “The Relive Box and Other Stories”

Santa Barbara author T.C. Boyle explores how technology affects our lives in his short story The Relive Box . In Testimonios: Early California Through the Eyes of Women the authors have translated and transcribed taped oral histories from...

28 MINAUG 17
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Author T.C. Boyle on “The Relive Box and Other Stories”

Pacific Standard magazine suddenly shuts down

Pacific Standard employees took to social media to express their shock and anxieties over the magazine’s abrupt end. As fears of deportation grow among undocumented immigrants, complaints about fraudulent immigration lawyers are also on the rise....

28 MINAUG 10
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Pacific Standard magazine suddenly shuts down

Amid fire season, power outages could threaten Diablo Canyon

The last standing nuclear power plant in California may face safety issues if there's an electrical power outage during wildfire season. A new Sea Center exhibit at Stearns Wharf looks at efforts to revive the endangered wild abalone. And the...

28 MINAUG 3
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Amid fire season, power outages could threaten Diablo Canyon

Life on Ventura County’s biggest little farm

A couple’s regenerative farming practices in Moorpark inspires the popular documentary “The Biggest Little Farm.” Santa Barbara’s Old Spanish Days’ tradition of selling decorated eggs on the sidewalk is under scrutiny for its environmental...

28 MINJUL 27
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Life on Ventura County’s biggest little farm

Blooms to Buds: A legacy flower farm turns to cannabis cultivation

The youngest of a 15-generation family farm in Carpinteria leaves the family history of growing fruit and flowers to embrace the “green rush” of cannabis cultivation. After six deaths this year at the Oceano Dunes Vehicular Recreation Area - and...

28 MINJUL 20
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Blooms to Buds: A legacy flower farm turns to cannabis cultivation

Kids avoid free summer meal programs fearing ICE raids

Kids’ free summer food programs are seeing low attendance following fears of increased ICE raids. California regulators hear public comment on ideas for decommissioning Platform Holly - the only oil drilling platform in the Channel that lies in...

28 MINJUL 13
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Kids avoid free summer meal programs fearing ICE raids

A state grant expands juvenile probation programs

Santa Barbara County uses a state grant to boost programs aimed to keep minors out of prison. An iconic Santa Barbara architect weighs in on his ideas for better downtown housing design. Lotusland’s renovated Japanese Garden offers an opportunity...

28 MINJUN 29
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A state grant expands juvenile probation programs

Latest Episodes

The history of diving around the Channel Islands

Santa Barbara is having a vigil tonight for the 34 people who died in the Conception diving boat fire. We look at the history of diving in the area. Also, a new collection of personal essays written by a Westmont professor addresses the complex...

28 MINSEP 7
Comments
The history of diving around the Channel Islands

A bucolic new rehab center for local child sex trafficking victims

Hope Refuge helps underage sex trafficking survivors transition to a new life of freedom. And a San Luis Obispo Assemblyman hopes to keep California’s last nuclear power plant running with his proposal to reclassify nuclear power as renewable...

28 MINAUG 31
Comments
A bucolic new rehab center for local child sex trafficking victims

To save the whales, scientists bring new ears to the ocean

Scientists hope to reduce whale fatalities from ship collisions. A new sound technology will detect when the endangered animals are present and then alert cargo ships to slow down. More Mesa is on the market for $65 million and community members...

28 MINAUG 24
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To save the whales, scientists bring new ears to the ocean

Author T.C. Boyle on “The Relive Box and Other Stories”

Santa Barbara author T.C. Boyle explores how technology affects our lives in his short story The Relive Box . In Testimonios: Early California Through the Eyes of Women the authors have translated and transcribed taped oral histories from...

28 MINAUG 17
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Author T.C. Boyle on “The Relive Box and Other Stories”

Pacific Standard magazine suddenly shuts down

Pacific Standard employees took to social media to express their shock and anxieties over the magazine’s abrupt end. As fears of deportation grow among undocumented immigrants, complaints about fraudulent immigration lawyers are also on the rise....

28 MINAUG 10
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Pacific Standard magazine suddenly shuts down

Amid fire season, power outages could threaten Diablo Canyon

The last standing nuclear power plant in California may face safety issues if there's an electrical power outage during wildfire season. A new Sea Center exhibit at Stearns Wharf looks at efforts to revive the endangered wild abalone. And the...

28 MINAUG 3
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Amid fire season, power outages could threaten Diablo Canyon

Life on Ventura County’s biggest little farm

A couple’s regenerative farming practices in Moorpark inspires the popular documentary “The Biggest Little Farm.” Santa Barbara’s Old Spanish Days’ tradition of selling decorated eggs on the sidewalk is under scrutiny for its environmental...

28 MINJUL 27
Comments
Life on Ventura County’s biggest little farm

Blooms to Buds: A legacy flower farm turns to cannabis cultivation

The youngest of a 15-generation family farm in Carpinteria leaves the family history of growing fruit and flowers to embrace the “green rush” of cannabis cultivation. After six deaths this year at the Oceano Dunes Vehicular Recreation Area - and...

28 MINJUL 20
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Blooms to Buds: A legacy flower farm turns to cannabis cultivation

Kids avoid free summer meal programs fearing ICE raids

Kids’ free summer food programs are seeing low attendance following fears of increased ICE raids. California regulators hear public comment on ideas for decommissioning Platform Holly - the only oil drilling platform in the Channel that lies in...

28 MINJUL 13
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Kids avoid free summer meal programs fearing ICE raids

A state grant expands juvenile probation programs

Santa Barbara County uses a state grant to boost programs aimed to keep minors out of prison. An iconic Santa Barbara architect weighs in on his ideas for better downtown housing design. Lotusland’s renovated Japanese Garden offers an opportunity...

28 MINJUN 29
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A state grant expands juvenile probation programs
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