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The California Report Magazine

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The California Report Magazine
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Every week, The California Report Magazine takes you on a road trip for the ears: to visit the places and meet the people who make California unique. The in-depth storytelling podcast from the California Report.

Latest Episodes

These Five People Challenge the Notion of Blindness as a Deficit

The world of mollusk, a master in tinkering, guitarist Ioana Gandrabur, an architect who listens to buildings and designing how products sound.

28 MIN6 d ago
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These Five People Challenge the Notion of Blindness as a Deficit

Blind Beekeeper Relies on Sound to Keep Her Hives Happy

It has been almost 30 years since Aerial Gilbert lost her sight. In that time sheâs relearned just about everything she used to do before going blind â and she did it through the power of sound.

28 MIN1 w ago
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Blind Beekeeper Relies on Sound to Keep Her Hives Happy

How Heat Threatens California’s Most Vulnerable

Climate change is making it hotter everywhere in California. And heat can be a sneaky threat to our health and safety. Itâs getting more dangerous, and deadly - even in parts of California you wouldnât expect.

28 MIN2 w ago
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How Heat Threatens California’s Most Vulnerable

Spicing Up Seniors’ Sex Lives â and Getting a Second Chance at the California Dream

Author and Dance Teacherâs Mission to Redefine Aging, Rocky Road Ice Creamâs Bumpy History, Singer Mike Marshallâs Second Chance, Letter to My California Dreamer

28 MIN3 w ago
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Spicing Up Seniors’ Sex Lives â and Getting a Second Chance at the California Dream

Three Transgender Opera Singers on the Risks They Took to Live Authentically

Elliot Franks, Lucia Lucas and Breanna Sinclairà have taken enormous risks to live their most authentic lives. And theyâve navigated an industry that has been slow to evolve with the times.ÂÂ

28 MINSEP 14
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Three Transgender Opera Singers on the Risks They Took to Live Authentically

Vallejo in the Spotlight After Fatal Police Shootings

Police shootings of Black and Latino men have sparked protests across California and the nation. The East Bay city of Vallejo is also grappling with officer-involved shootings. Community members there are asking for accountability, and demanding answers.

28 MINSEP 7
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Vallejo in the Spotlight After Fatal Police Shootings

An Ode to the Tumbleweeds and Driveway Barbeques of Riverside

Young Central Valley Mariachi Heads to Harvard; Finding Love After Alzheimerâs; Susan Straightâs âIn the Country of Womenâ; Letter to My Dreamer: Lake County Farm

28 MINAUG 31
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An Ode to the Tumbleweeds and Driveway Barbeques of Riverside

As Students Struggle With Anxiety, a California School Tries to Help

Some schools are teaching kids how to deal with the physical and mental impacts of anxiety.

28 MINAUG 24
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As Students Struggle With Anxiety, a California School Tries to Help

The Cave Woman of India: Tracing My Scars as an Immigrant’s Daughter

In this personal story, KQED's Sandhya Dirks takes us back to her mother's India -- to a tell a story about inherited trauma, mental illness, and South Asian history.

26 MINAUG 17
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The Cave Woman of India: Tracing My Scars as an Immigrant’s Daughter

A Road Trip to Some of Californiaâs Hidden Gems

This summer, forget the tourist traps and come along with us on a sonic journey to explore some of Californiaâs out-of-the-way, cool spots that make this place we call home so unique.

29 MINAUG 10
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A Road Trip to Some of Californiaâs Hidden Gems

Latest Episodes

These Five People Challenge the Notion of Blindness as a Deficit

The world of mollusk, a master in tinkering, guitarist Ioana Gandrabur, an architect who listens to buildings and designing how products sound.

28 MIN6 d ago
Comments
These Five People Challenge the Notion of Blindness as a Deficit

Blind Beekeeper Relies on Sound to Keep Her Hives Happy

It has been almost 30 years since Aerial Gilbert lost her sight. In that time sheâs relearned just about everything she used to do before going blind â and she did it through the power of sound.

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Blind Beekeeper Relies on Sound to Keep Her Hives Happy

How Heat Threatens California’s Most Vulnerable

Climate change is making it hotter everywhere in California. And heat can be a sneaky threat to our health and safety. Itâs getting more dangerous, and deadly - even in parts of California you wouldnât expect.

28 MIN2 w ago
Comments
How Heat Threatens California’s Most Vulnerable

Spicing Up Seniors’ Sex Lives â and Getting a Second Chance at the California Dream

Author and Dance Teacherâs Mission to Redefine Aging, Rocky Road Ice Creamâs Bumpy History, Singer Mike Marshallâs Second Chance, Letter to My California Dreamer

28 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Spicing Up Seniors’ Sex Lives â and Getting a Second Chance at the California Dream

Three Transgender Opera Singers on the Risks They Took to Live Authentically

Elliot Franks, Lucia Lucas and Breanna Sinclairà have taken enormous risks to live their most authentic lives. And theyâve navigated an industry that has been slow to evolve with the times.ÂÂ

28 MINSEP 14
Comments
Three Transgender Opera Singers on the Risks They Took to Live Authentically

Vallejo in the Spotlight After Fatal Police Shootings

Police shootings of Black and Latino men have sparked protests across California and the nation. The East Bay city of Vallejo is also grappling with officer-involved shootings. Community members there are asking for accountability, and demanding answers.

28 MINSEP 7
Comments
Vallejo in the Spotlight After Fatal Police Shootings

An Ode to the Tumbleweeds and Driveway Barbeques of Riverside

Young Central Valley Mariachi Heads to Harvard; Finding Love After Alzheimerâs; Susan Straightâs âIn the Country of Womenâ; Letter to My Dreamer: Lake County Farm

28 MINAUG 31
Comments
An Ode to the Tumbleweeds and Driveway Barbeques of Riverside

As Students Struggle With Anxiety, a California School Tries to Help

Some schools are teaching kids how to deal with the physical and mental impacts of anxiety.

28 MINAUG 24
Comments
As Students Struggle With Anxiety, a California School Tries to Help

The Cave Woman of India: Tracing My Scars as an Immigrant’s Daughter

In this personal story, KQED's Sandhya Dirks takes us back to her mother's India -- to a tell a story about inherited trauma, mental illness, and South Asian history.

26 MINAUG 17
Comments
The Cave Woman of India: Tracing My Scars as an Immigrant’s Daughter

A Road Trip to Some of Californiaâs Hidden Gems

This summer, forget the tourist traps and come along with us on a sonic journey to explore some of Californiaâs out-of-the-way, cool spots that make this place we call home so unique.

29 MINAUG 10
Comments
A Road Trip to Some of Californiaâs Hidden Gems