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KPBS News 8h
Join us Wednesday at noon for a live panel discussion on navigating the golden years in California and the issues, such as housing costs and health care, facing seniors. Listen on 89.5FM, watch on KPBS 2 or stream it online.
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KPBS 10h
Meet Mark Killian. He's an intriguing guy who lives outside of Rosarito and composes music for Hollywood movies. That's on the next episode of Crossing South on Thursday at 9:30 p.m. on KPBS - along with a segment about yummy crepes too!
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KPBS May 20
Have you ever been to Annie's Canyon near Solana Beach? If you didn't know it was in San Diego County, you might think it was Utah - or Mars! On Thursday's episode of "Ken Kramer's About San Diego" on KPBS-TV at 8 p.m., Ken visits the unusual canyon.
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KPBS May 16
In the U.S., 40% of all the food produced goes uneaten, including more than 20 billion pounds of fruits and vegetables wasted. Tonight at 8:30 on A Growing Passion on KPBS-TV, we look at what's being done locally to curb this trend.
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KPBS May 15
In the next episode of "Crossing South" on KPBS on Thursday night at 9:30, we visit the Beer Festival, which is said to be the biggest fest in ! Have you been?
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Kinsee Morlan May 15
The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego () has become an unofficial ambassador for the city of . Listen to ' newest Only Here episode here:
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KPBS May 14
Did you grow up skating at a roller rink? It might still hold a special place in your heart. Thursday on KPBS at 8 p.m., "Ken Kramer's About San Diego" looks at the disco-filled glory days of the Aquarius Roll-A-Rena in La Mesa, which closed more than two decades ago.
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KPBS May 10
Did you know that KPBS has 11 local podcasts? Yup. We do. So go ahead and crank 'em up to 11. (cheesy "Spinal Tap" reference). 🎙️🎙️🎙️ Listen to them right here:
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KPBS May 9
Miniature gardens are the rage - from railroad gardens to fairy gardens and traditional Asian art gardens. In tonight's episode of "A Growing Passion" on KPBS at 8:30 p.m., we show you how these small-sized creations come to life.
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Broderick Smylie May 8
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KPBS May 8
The next episode of Crossing South is all about UTVs and pasta in the Baja Peninsula! Check it out at 9:30 p.m. Thursday on KPBS-TV.
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KPBS May 8
On the latest episode of : Who gets access and benefits from our genomes? Keolu Fox, an indigenous geneticist, advocates for more fair and transparent rules on how companies and scientists use the DNA of others. Listen here:
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KPBS May 8
Congrats to our TV programming for the nominations: San Diego's Gay Bar History, About San Diego, A Growing Passion and All is Calm. All can be viewed here:
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NPR Extra May 3
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The new is finally here! Starting May 6th millions of listeners will have a new morning soundtrack. Have a listen 🎶🎶
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KPBS May 3
This week we threw our part-time students assistants a luau to show our appreciation and send off our seniors. Thanks guys/gals and good luck!
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NPR Extra May 3
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The familiar theme music listeners have been waking up to for 40 years is getting a tune-up. Read more about the making of the music
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KPBS May 2
Beans, beans, the magical legume. In the next episode of "A Growing Passion," we look at heirloom beans in San Diego - how they are grown, harvested, cleaned, and packaged for market. That's tonight at 8:30.
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KPBS May 1
Do you have a SENTRI pass? In the latest episode of "Crossing South," we find out how the card can save you a world of time crossing between San Diego and Tijuana. That's on KPBS on Thursday night at 9:30.
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KPBS May 1
The great white shark’s reputation as a man-eater is directly linked with the blockbuster story "Jaws." That's something its author Peter Benchley heavily regretted. Listen to this month's episode on that discussion here:
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KPBS May 1
Tijuana’s professional soccer team, the Xolos, have fans on both sides of the border. In a new "Only Here" podcast episode, we talk to self-described Gringoxolos, a growing group of fans in San Diego who are obsessed with the soccer team in Tijuana.
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