California Sun Podcast
Summary: The California Sun presents conversations with the people that are shaping and observing the Golden State
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.
The author of the celebrated book "Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir" explains why we need to retire the notion of the California Dream.
2 powerful L.A. City Council members, Paul Koretz, and Marqueece Harris-Dawson discuss the seemingly insurmountable problems facing Los Angeles.
Ariel Rubissow Okamoto discusses the growing threat of climate change and rising seas in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Suppose everything we knew about Charles Manson was wrong? An author has reassessed one of the most infamous murder cases in American history.
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.