California Sun Podcast
Summary: The California Sun presents conversations with the people that are shaping and observing the Golden State
Sam Dodge on California’s greatest crisis
Sam Liccardo on San Jose and PG&E
David Ulin explains Joan Didion
Can California's 478 cities really work together?
Paul Theroux introduces us to our neighbor
Andrew Yang: If you think tech is under siege now, just wait
Dr. Manuel Pastor sees California as America on fast forward
Lincoln Mitchell connects the dots of the last 41 years of San Francisco
Willow Bay, dean of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, talks about how the school is using its unique resources to train young journalists.
The S.F. Chronicle restaurant critic shares her progressive approach to food criticism and the politics of food.
Producer Rocky Lang and film archivist Barbara Hall share the intimacy of personal letters reflecting the passion and work of a long-gone Hollywood era.
The Cal State San Marcos professor shares what she's learned on her journey from impoverished childhood to presidential appointee and leading voice on behalf of Native Americans in California.
A look at how the traffic app Waze is adversely impacting our neighborhoods and not getting us anywhere faster.
The director of New America CA talks about the group’s efforts to solve social problems via technology, innovation, and storytelling.
The bestselling California author shares some of her insights on hope and dealing with a world seemingly gone mad.