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The California Report Magazine

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The California Report Magazine

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

In the Shadow of Shuttered Hospitals and the AIDS Crisis

"We Have No Hospital - It's Gone"; HIV Survivors On Living Through Another Pandemic; Contact Tracing Resurfaces Controversy

30 MIN6 d ago
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In the Shadow of Shuttered Hospitals and the AIDS Crisis

Revisiting the Soundtrack of Silence

Matt Hay is a sophomore in college when he finds out he is going to lose his hearing. He coasts through the early years of his diagnosis in denial, but as his hearing aids get bigger and bigger, Matt realizes he wants to capture the sounds that are slipping away: his girlfriend's voice, the click of her heels; and especially, the songs of their invincible youth. Matt starts listening to music with a new appreciation — truly studying it — as he curates the soundtrack for the rest of his life. Behind each song, there is a coming-of-age story about freedom, tragedy, and falling in love. As The California Report's Health Correspondent April Dembosky reports, When Matt’s hearing eventually fades to nothing, the silent soundtrack in his head takes on a role he never imagines.

30 MIN1 w ago
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Revisiting the Soundtrack of Silence

Forced To Breathe the Same Air: A Look Inside CA Prisons During a Pandemic

Letters to Incarcerated Loved Ones; Former San Quentin Inmate Fights for Friends Still Inside; How Doctors' Unconscious Bias Hurts Patients

30 MIN2 w ago
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Forced To Breathe the Same Air: A Look Inside CA Prisons During a Pandemic

The Sound of Social Revolution: Inside the Black Panther’s R&B Band

A documentary about a band with a mission to spark social revolution through the Trojan Horse of funk and soul.

28 MIN3 w ago
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The Sound of Social Revolution: Inside the Black Panther’s R&B Band

Buckle Up: A (Virtual) Road Trip to California Hidden Gems

Roller skate in church; Healing Sierra hot springs; Live jazz by the beach; A shrine to pop culture; Places Called What?!

28 MINJUL 4
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Buckle Up: A (Virtual) Road Trip to California Hidden Gems

Was He “The Priest Who Performs Miracles” – Or a Predator?

Father Antonio Castañeda has been charged with 22 counts of battery, sexual battery, attempted sexual battery and attempt to prevent a witness/victim from prosecuting.

28 MINJUN 27
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Was He “The Priest Who Performs Miracles” – Or a Predator?

A Tribute to Fathers

Letters to a Father in Prison; Sounds That Remind You of Pop; Remembering a Dad Lost to COVID.

28 MINJUN 20
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A Tribute to Fathers

Dismantling Racism, One Protest and Book Club at a Time

Young Activists in Fresno and S.F. Push for Racial Justice; Latinx Book Club Challenges Anti-Blackness; Why We Need Diverse Contact Tracers; A COVID Doctor Shares His Story

28 MINJUN 13
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Dismantling Racism, One Protest and Book Club at a Time

It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

As nationwide protests continue in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, we explore how the death of Oscar Grant – shot by a transit officer while lying face-down, unarmed on a train platform - galvanized a new generation of activists, and helped spark a sustained call for change.

27 MINJUN 6
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It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

‘Family Is Not Replaceable’

LA Koreatown Family Devastated by COVID, Navajo Nation "Ground Zero" for COVID, A Nurse Finds Joy; Motorcyclists Deliver PPE, The Class of 2020: No Prom, No Graduation

28 MINMAY 30
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‘Family Is Not Replaceable’

Latest Episodes

In the Shadow of Shuttered Hospitals and the AIDS Crisis

"We Have No Hospital - It's Gone"; HIV Survivors On Living Through Another Pandemic; Contact Tracing Resurfaces Controversy

30 MIN6 d ago
Comments
In the Shadow of Shuttered Hospitals and the AIDS Crisis

Revisiting the Soundtrack of Silence

Matt Hay is a sophomore in college when he finds out he is going to lose his hearing. He coasts through the early years of his diagnosis in denial, but as his hearing aids get bigger and bigger, Matt realizes he wants to capture the sounds that are slipping away: his girlfriend's voice, the click of her heels; and especially, the songs of their invincible youth. Matt starts listening to music with a new appreciation — truly studying it — as he curates the soundtrack for the rest of his life. Behind each song, there is a coming-of-age story about freedom, tragedy, and falling in love. As The California Report's Health Correspondent April Dembosky reports, When Matt’s hearing eventually fades to nothing, the silent soundtrack in his head takes on a role he never imagines.

30 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Revisiting the Soundtrack of Silence

Forced To Breathe the Same Air: A Look Inside CA Prisons During a Pandemic

Letters to Incarcerated Loved Ones; Former San Quentin Inmate Fights for Friends Still Inside; How Doctors' Unconscious Bias Hurts Patients

30 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Forced To Breathe the Same Air: A Look Inside CA Prisons During a Pandemic

The Sound of Social Revolution: Inside the Black Panther’s R&B Band

A documentary about a band with a mission to spark social revolution through the Trojan Horse of funk and soul.

28 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Sound of Social Revolution: Inside the Black Panther’s R&B Band

Buckle Up: A (Virtual) Road Trip to California Hidden Gems

Roller skate in church; Healing Sierra hot springs; Live jazz by the beach; A shrine to pop culture; Places Called What?!

28 MINJUL 4
Comments
Buckle Up: A (Virtual) Road Trip to California Hidden Gems

Was He “The Priest Who Performs Miracles” – Or a Predator?

Father Antonio Castañeda has been charged with 22 counts of battery, sexual battery, attempted sexual battery and attempt to prevent a witness/victim from prosecuting.

28 MINJUN 27
Comments
Was He “The Priest Who Performs Miracles” – Or a Predator?

A Tribute to Fathers

Letters to a Father in Prison; Sounds That Remind You of Pop; Remembering a Dad Lost to COVID.

28 MINJUN 20
Comments
A Tribute to Fathers

Dismantling Racism, One Protest and Book Club at a Time

Young Activists in Fresno and S.F. Push for Racial Justice; Latinx Book Club Challenges Anti-Blackness; Why We Need Diverse Contact Tracers; A COVID Doctor Shares His Story

28 MINJUN 13
Comments
Dismantling Racism, One Protest and Book Club at a Time

It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

As nationwide protests continue in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, we explore how the death of Oscar Grant – shot by a transit officer while lying face-down, unarmed on a train platform - galvanized a new generation of activists, and helped spark a sustained call for change.

27 MINJUN 6
Comments
It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

‘Family Is Not Replaceable’

LA Koreatown Family Devastated by COVID, Navajo Nation "Ground Zero" for COVID, A Nurse Finds Joy; Motorcyclists Deliver PPE, The Class of 2020: No Prom, No Graduation

28 MINMAY 30
Comments
‘Family Is Not Replaceable’
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