KQED's The California Report

KQED's The California Report

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Stanford University offers a class on laptop music, and next week students will appear on stage to perform their latest compositions. The California Report's April Dembosky takes you behind the scenes at the Stanford Laptop Orchestra.

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The California Report

Tech Companies to Urge Supreme Court for Marriage Equality. Californian Armenians On Art and the 100th Anniversary of the Genocide.

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The California Report

The Struggles of "End-of-Life" Care Across Ethnicities. Is There a Connection Between Mental Health and Entrepreneurship?. End Music "Cable Car" by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, from "Time Changes" on Columbia Records.

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The California Report

California's Vaccination Bill to be Decided in Sacramento. Stopping Watering Your Lawn is One of the Best Ways to Conserve Water. But What if it's Illegal?. End Music.

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The California Report

Carson to Take Next Step Forward Toward NFL Stadium. New Bill Would Legalize Uber and Lyft Carpools. Some California High Schools Illegally Charging Grads for Cap and Gowns. End Music.

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The California Report

New MCAT Goes Beyond Biology and Chemistry. Money Shapes Power of Capitol Committees. End Music.

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The California Report Magazine

Hard work, low pay, miserable conditions, and more!" That's the actual motto for the California Conservation Corps, the state program that puts young adults to work outdoors. In Marin County, they have the tough job of building and maintaining world-class trails. For the series California Foodways, Lisa Morehouse reports on the role food plays for a crew of young people burning thousands of calories a day — and why their menu has barely changed since the 1930s.

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The California Report

Disneyland Measles Outbreak to be Declared Over. Backed by Silicon Valley VCs, Bitcoin Begins to Mature. End Music.

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The California Report

House Democrats Introduce Crude-by-Rail Safety Bill. For California's Powerful, Following the Law Means Writing it Yourself. End Music.

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The California Report

Black Lives Matter Protests Disrupt Transit in Oakland and Los Angeles. Senate Subcommittee to Review Progress of Undocumented Drivers License Law. A New Shelter in East L.A. Provides Sanctuary for Homeless Women. End Music.

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