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KQED 8h
Why not check one of these Bay Area classics off your bucket list this Memorial Day weekend?
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KQED 9h
Here is what you need to know about one of the most diverse cultural celebrations in the country.
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KQED 9h
ICYMI: San Francisco supervisors voted to ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and other city departments. ( )
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KQED 10h
Join us for cocktail hour and a live show of Truth Be Told — KQED's new advice podcast by and for people of color. Host will unpack audience questions, digging into what it means not just to survive, but thrive.
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KQED 11h
"There is no doubt that the industry has a very strong voice in Sacramento and unlimited resources. That’s a tough opponent."
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KQED 11h
JAGAH//JADOO, or “magic place,” is a collaboration between two Bay Area-based South Asian artist collectives that gives artists a platform to reimagine their identities without the erasure of colonization.
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KQED 12h
Eliot Curtis was in the middle of an electronics repair job when he found himself experiencing very strange sensations at his home workshop...
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KQED 12h
A new study suggests that there's something about the highly processed nature of these foods itself that drives people to overeat.
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KQED 13h
"'There is no doubt that the industry has a very strong voice in Sacramento and unlimited resources. That’s a tough opponent."
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KQED 13h
On this day in 1996, Sublime played their last show at the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma.
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KQED 15h
The new 'Museums for All' program, which offers free general admission to over a dozen museums and cultural centers for low-income San Francisco residents who receive public benefits such as Medi-Cal and CalFresh.
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KQED 15h
Here's what to do if you encounter a coyote:
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KQED 16h
"If this bill passes and is signed by the governor, California will have one of the most restrictive use-of-force laws in the nation — if not the most restrictive," said the ACLU's Lizzie Buchen.
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KQED 17h
The Department of Health and Human Services is proposing to roll back a policy that defined discrimination "on the basis of sex" to include gender identity. The policy was intended to protect transgender people from discrimination in health care.
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KQED 18h
Born out of the dreams and longings of expat communities in the city, San Francisco Carnaval marks its 41st edition this weekend.
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KQED 19h
Mark your calendars for an inspiring night of remembrance honoring military service and sacrifice. The National Concert returns Sun, May 26 on KQED 9 at 8 PM.
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KQED 20h
According to a log run by hospital managers, there have been over 80 assaults on workers at San Leandro's John George Psychiatric Hospital in the last year.
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KQED 20h
Despite public health warnings about sugary drinks, the beverage industry still wields considerable power in the Capitol and is using it to block efforts to tax sodas in California.
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KQED 20h
Happy Birthday, Bob Dylan.
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KQED 20h
🎧 ON AIR: There’s another score students can get on the SAT now: an “adversity score” that takes into account environmental factors like poverty, neighborhood, and school funding. discusses.
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