California Sun Podcast
Summary: The California Sun presents conversations with the people that are shaping and observing the Golden State
The author and journalist shared a contrarian view of the “creative disruption” we take for granted.
The longtime Los Angeles social and cultural critic shares his insights on today's Los Angeles.
The debut filmmaker talks about the changes sweeping through his hometown.
After helping start readers' days for more than three decades, the columnist reflected on her unique and storied career.
The famed criminal defense attorney argues for Derick Almena, who is a defendant in the 2016 Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people.
A conversation with Napa County's district attorney about the impacts of Gov. Gavin Newsom's suspension of capital punishment.
Paul Schrade, a longtime friend of Robert F. Kennedy, shared his memories of the night when he and the presidential candidate were both shot and the political world changed forever.
A conversation about a rare group of women who succeeded in the Silicon Valley world of venture capital and have built some of the foremost companies of our time.
A conversation with the veteran journalist about the age-old cycle of floods and drought in California, and the unquenchable thirst of cities and farms for water.
A conversation with Robin Williams biographer Dave Itzkoff about the California comic's drive for success and the price he paid to get there.
A conversation with the Southern California chef about food's role in bringing cultures together.
The Salon founder and longtime San Franciscan looks at a city fighting for its soul.
A conversation with the Stanford historian and author of "Troublemakers: Silicon Valley's Coming of Age."
A conversation with the executive director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic on whether California can ever build its way out of the housing crisis.
A conversation with the acclaimed urban geographer about tech's reshaping of the urban fabric of the Bay Area, and the crossroads now facing Silicon Valley.