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California Sun Podcast

Apr 30, 2020

Richard Rushfield has been covering Hollywood for several decades and he says has never seen it as vulnerable as it is today. Your Netflix cue is shrinking, movie theaters may not open for months if at all, production has stopped, even well-paid talent is scared. With Apple, Amazon, AT&T, and Netflix being the...

Apr 23, 2020

Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin is one of the youngest mayors in the Bay Area. He is Berkeley’s first Latino mayor, and also serves as the president of the Association of Bay Area Governments. He leads a city that faced enormous homelessness and housing challenges before the pandemic, and today faces both crises,...

Apr 16, 2020

Carl Nolte has spent 60 years at the San Francisco Chronicle. A fourth-generation San Franciscan, Nolte has seen it all, and still, he says, he feels a sense of surprise on every block. The current crises, however, have made him long for a city he may never see again. As he says, he knows what's going on all over the...

Apr 2, 2020

Randy Shaw, a longtime San Francisco housing advocate rejoins the California Sun Podcast to discuss some recent shocking scenes in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. He also looks at how homeless and housing needs in California still might get some attention after the coronavirus pandemic.